History MadeOfIron / VideoGames

1st Nov '16 6:28:24 AM infernape612
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* All the Heroes in ''VideoGame/StarWarsBattlefront2015'', even if their health varies, can take absurd amounts of punishment ranging from flurries of lightsaber swings to direct fire from AT-ATs. The only Heroes with excuses are Chewbacca, who's a Wookee, and Vader, who's more machine than man. Everyone else is physically a normal member of their species, so they should die as easily as human, Rodian or Sullustautes n foot soldiers do.

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* All the Heroes in ''VideoGame/StarWarsBattlefront2015'', even if their health varies, can take absurd amounts of punishment ranging from flurries of lightsaber swings to direct fire from AT-ATs. [=AT-ATs=]. The only Heroes with excuses are Chewbacca, who's a Wookee, Wookiee, and Vader, who's more machine than man. Everyone else is physically a normal member of their species, so they should die as easily as human, Rodian or Sullustautes n foot soldiers do.
1st Nov '16 6:15:04 AM infernape612
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** [[spoiler:Though much of this is handwaved by the supervirus he takes following the Tyrant incident; a forced overdose in ''RE 5'' removed said abilities, leading to his eventual defeat, and according to WordofGod, death.]]

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** [[spoiler:Though much of this is handwaved by the supervirus he takes following the Tyrant incident; a forced overdose in ''RE 5'' removed said abilities, leading to his eventual defeat, and according to WordofGod, WordOfGod, death.]]



* Everything that ever lived in any ''Franchise/TombRaider'' game. In the first games you have to shoot any human being for minutes for it to die, not because they are hard to hit. Every. Single. Shot. Is a hit. Count the amounts of bullets you have to put through each enemy (taking into account the player uses tow pistols at the same time. You'll be surprised how much stronger than 50 cent each little monkey in the jungle is.

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* Everything that ever lived in any ''Franchise/TombRaider'' game. In the first games you have to shoot any human being for minutes for it to die, not because they are hard to hit. Every. Single. Shot. Is a hit. Count the amounts of bullets you have to put through each enemy (taking into account the player uses tow two pistols at the same time. You'll be surprised how much stronger than 50 cent each little monkey in the jungle is.
26th Oct '16 12:25:51 PM SolidSonicTH
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* Nathan Drake of ''VideoGame/{{Uncharted}}'' is either this, BornLucky, or some combination of the two. He takes some mean bumps only to come away relatively unharmed (enough to keep fighting). He's also gone as far surviving days in the desert with absolutely ''nothing'' except the clothes on his back and still got into a firefight (and ''won'') upon coming across a destroyed settlement.

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* Nathan Drake of ''VideoGame/{{Uncharted}}'' is either this, BornLucky, or some combination of the two. He takes some mean bumps only to come away relatively unharmed (enough to keep fighting). He's also gone as far surviving days in the desert with absolutely ''nothing'' except the clothes on his back and still got into a firefight (and ''won'') upon coming across a destroyed settlement. Notable since earlier in that game a companion character ends up with a broken leg simply by falling off a ledge.
26th Oct '16 12:25:11 PM SolidSonicTH
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* ''VideoGame/{{Kirby}}'' has the Iron Waddle Dee in the [[spoiler:Copy Ability Testing Room]] that literally takes anything to the face. Crazy explosion that normally kills everything? Nothing. Being electrocuted for minutes on end? Survived. Being roasted alive? Nope. Apparently his iron shell thing is fireproof. Kirby's bad singing? He doesn't even cover his ears, if he has any. At least he doesn't do damage when you just walk into him.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Kirby}}'' has the Iron Waddle Dee in the [[spoiler:Copy Ability Testing Room]] that literally takes anything to the face. Crazy explosion that normally kills everything? Nothing. Being electrocuted for minutes on end? Survived. Being roasted alive? Nope. Apparently his iron shell thing is fireproof. Kirby's bad singing? He doesn't even cover his ears, if he has any. At least he doesn't do damage when you just walk into him.him.
* Nathan Drake of ''VideoGame/{{Uncharted}}'' is either this, BornLucky, or some combination of the two. He takes some mean bumps only to come away relatively unharmed (enough to keep fighting). He's also gone as far surviving days in the desert with absolutely ''nothing'' except the clothes on his back and still got into a firefight (and ''won'') upon coming across a destroyed settlement.
18th Oct '16 4:17:11 AM BlueDogXL
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* All the Heroes in ''VideoGame/StarWarsBattlefront2015'', even if their health varies, can take absurd amounts of punishment ranging from flurries of lightsaber swings to direct fire from AT-ATs. The only Heroes with excuses are Chewbacca, who's a Wookee, and Vader, who's more machine than man. Everyone else is physically a normal member of their species, so they should die as easily as human, Rodian or Sullustan foot soldiers do.

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* All the Heroes in ''VideoGame/StarWarsBattlefront2015'', even if their health varies, can take absurd amounts of punishment ranging from flurries of lightsaber swings to direct fire from AT-ATs. The only Heroes with excuses are Chewbacca, who's a Wookee, and Vader, who's more machine than man. Everyone else is physically a normal member of their species, so they should die as easily as human, Rodian or Sullustan Sullustautes n foot soldiers do.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Kirby}}'' has the Iron Waddle Dee in the [[spoiler:Copy Ability Testing Room]] that literally takes anything to the face. Crazy explosion that normally kills everything? Nothing. Being electrocuted for minutes on end? Survived. Being roasted alive? Nope. Apparently his iron shell thing is fireproof. Kirby's bad singing? He doesn't even cover his ears, if he has any. At least he doesn't do damage when you just walk into him.
29th Sep '16 6:31:06 PM DustSnitch
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* All the Heroes in ''VideoGame/StarWarsBattlefront2015'', even if their health varies, can take absurd amounts of punishment ranging from flurries of lightsaber swings to direct fire from AT-ATs. The only Heroes with excuses are Chewbacca, who's a Wookee, and Vader, who's more machine than man. Everyone else is physically a normal member of their species, so they should die as easily as human, Rodian or Sullustan foot soldiers do.
20th Aug '16 4:53:55 PM finalsurvivor1
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* ''VideoGame/{{killer7}} has its FinalBoss and PostFinalBoss:

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* ''VideoGame/{{killer7}} ''VideoGame/{{killer7}}'' has its FinalBoss and PostFinalBoss:
20th Aug '16 4:53:40 PM finalsurvivor1
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* ''VideoGame/{{killer7}} has its FinalBoss and PostFinalBoss:
** [[spoiler:Greg Nightmare starts off as a standard boss by this game's standards. Then you blow off his lower body, at which point he won't die no matter how many times you shoot him. In addition, he spawns seven Black Smiles, each of which kill a personality permanently and cannot be killed at all. What you're supposed to do is watch all six main personalities die until you get to Garcian, at which point he can pick up the Golden Gun, which will one-shot any remaining Smiles and Nightmare himself]].
** [[spoiler:The Last Shot Smile is an utterly pathetic boss, but the aforementioned Golden Gun takes five shots to kill it, meaning that from a plot perspective, it's likely immune to all other weapons, as well]].
26th Jul '16 3:49:40 AM Zoriax91
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* The RPG episodes of {{VIdeoGame/Lisa}} feature multiple istances of this, particularly the Joy Mutants. There's two particularly egregious istances of this:
** In ''LISA the Painful'', Brad ends up taking a LOT of punishment [[spoiler:during the finale, where he takes on his own companions, the entire Rando Army, and Rando himself. By the end of it, he's literally littered with arrows. It helps that he's overdosing on Joy and turning into a mutant]].
** In ''LISA the Joyful'', we've got one of the warlords: [[spoiler:Sindy Gallows. By the time Buddy meets him, he has been struck by multiple arrows (including some in the head) and hanged. Then he wakes up and fights you ''while still hanging from the gallows'']].
19th Jun '16 5:48:54 PM Pseudoname
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* The monsters of ''VideoGame/{{Evolve}}'' have this in addition to another trick. While they have armor, it acts like a low level force field, protecting them from harm. But as soon as that's gone, they suffer damage from everything that hits them. ''And it still doesn't matter''. Orbital strikes, lasers, electricity, mortars, harpoons, poison, missiles, and fire all do damage, and it still doesn't affect them. They'll keep going until they die, which isn't exactly an easy timeframe.
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