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24th Mar '17 2:23:26 AM 1kanna
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* ''[[VideoGame/DotHackGUGames .hack//INFECTION]]'' has Orca, Kite's first Party Member. [[{{WesternAnimation/Futurama}} Good news, everyone!]] He's [[TheAce one of the strongest players around]]! [[TemptingFate Nothing can stop us now!]] Wait, who's this [[WomanInWhite white-clad]] [[MysteriousWaif girl]]? What's with that [[MacGuffin book]] she gave him? And now we've got a [[TheGrimReaper new monster]] carrying a [[strike: [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotSymbolic Cross]]]] [[{{Bowdlerization}} Q-Stick]] who's [[NighInvulnerable immune to Orca's attacks]]. [[OhCrap Uh oh...]]

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* ''[[VideoGame/DotHackGUGames .''[[VideoGame/DotHackR1Games .hack//INFECTION]]'' has Orca, Kite's first Party Member. [[{{WesternAnimation/Futurama}} Good news, everyone!]] He's [[TheAce one of the strongest players around]]! [[TemptingFate Nothing can stop us now!]] Wait, who's this [[WomanInWhite white-clad]] [[MysteriousWaif girl]]? What's with that [[MacGuffin book]] she gave him? And now we've got a [[TheGrimReaper new monster]] carrying a [[strike: [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotSymbolic Cross]]]] [[{{Bowdlerization}} Q-Stick]] who's [[NighInvulnerable immune to Orca's attacks]]. [[OhCrap Uh oh...]]
13th Mar '17 9:09:14 PM JMQwilleran
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** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXII'' had you play as Reks who, while still only Level 1, travels with a small squad of Dalmascan soldiers, most notably Captain Basch, who will kill everything that isn't boss-strength in one hit, and one soldier that throws around healing potions to anyone who ever needs them, and never runs out. Then you change to his little brother, Vaan. To put in perspective, you have to grind to at least level three in the ''first area'' to survive the sub-boss you have to face upon taking control of him. Also, you are introduced to the wonder and glory of the greatsword weapon class through the guest party character Vossler--you won't have effective greatswords of your own for quite some time. Another example is Lamont/Larsa, who has unlimited Hi and X-Potions, and isn't afraid to use them. During your first trip with him, dying isn't much of a concern.

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** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXII'' had you play as Reks who, while still only Level 1, travels with a small squad of Dalmascan soldiers, most notably Captain Basch, who will kill everything that isn't boss-strength in one hit, and one soldier that throws around healing potions to anyone who ever needs them, and never runs out. Then you change to his little brother, Vaan. To put in perspective, you have to grind to at least level three in the ''first area'' to survive the sub-boss you have to face upon taking control of him. Also, you are introduced to the wonder and glory of the greatsword weapon class through the guest party character Vossler--you won't have effective greatswords of your own for quite some time. Another example is Lamont/Larsa, who has unlimited Hi and X-Potions, and isn't afraid to use them. During your first trip with him, dying isn't much of a concern. Unless you're playing the ''International Zodiac Job System'', in which case Guests have been altered and he's given Cura instead.
9th Feb '17 8:26:01 PM ILikeRobots
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** In ''Radiant Dawn,'' the player is given control of the wolf [[{{Animorphism}} laguz]] [[AsskickingEqualsAuthority queen]], Nailah, for two chapters in Part I of the game, she's a LightningBruiser that ''far'' outclasses all of the other allied units in play, and PurposefullyOverpowered enough to kill everything on the map effortlessly. She isn't deployable again until Part 4 rolls around, more than ''20'' chapters later.

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** In ''Radiant Dawn,'' the player is given control of the wolf [[{{Animorphism}} laguz]] [[AsskickingEqualsAuthority queen]], Nailah, for two chapters in Part I of the game, she's game. She's a LightningBruiser that ''far'' outclasses all of the other allied units in play, and PurposefullyOverpowered enough to kill everything on the map effortlessly. She isn't deployable again until Part 4 rolls around, more than ''20'' chapters later.
9th Feb '17 8:18:40 PM ILikeRobots
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** In ''Radiant Dawn,'' the player is given control of the wolf [[{{Animorphism}} laguz]] [[AsskickingEqualsAuthority queen]], Nailah, for two chapters in Part I of the game, and just like the Black Knight she's a LightningBruiser that ''far'' outclasses any and all allied or enemy units, and PurposefullyOverpowered enough to kill everything on the map effortlessly. She isn't deployable again until Part 4 rolls around, more than ''20'' chapters later.

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** In ''Radiant Dawn,'' the player is given control of the wolf [[{{Animorphism}} laguz]] [[AsskickingEqualsAuthority queen]], Nailah, for two chapters in Part I of the game, and just like the Black Knight she's a LightningBruiser that ''far'' outclasses any and all of the other allied or enemy units, units in play, and PurposefullyOverpowered enough to kill everything on the map effortlessly. She isn't deployable again until Part 4 rolls around, more than ''20'' chapters later.
9th Feb '17 8:10:54 PM ILikeRobots
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** In ''Radiant Dawn,'' the player is given control of the wolf [[{{Animorphism}} laguz]] [[AsskickingEqualsAuthority queen]], Nailah, for two chapters in Part I of the game, and just like the Black Knight she's a LightningBruiser and PurposefullyOverpowered enough to kill everything on the map effortlessly. She isn't deployable again until Part 4 rolls around, more than ''20'' chapters later.

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** In ''Radiant Dawn,'' the player is given control of the wolf [[{{Animorphism}} laguz]] [[AsskickingEqualsAuthority queen]], Nailah, for two chapters in Part I of the game, and just like the Black Knight she's a LightningBruiser that ''far'' outclasses any and all allied or enemy units, and PurposefullyOverpowered enough to kill everything on the map effortlessly. She isn't deployable again until Part 4 rolls around, more than ''20'' chapters later.
9th Feb '17 8:02:40 PM ILikeRobots
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** In ''[[FireEmblemTellius Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn]],'' the player is given control of the Black Knight during the ninth chapter of the game, a LightningBruiser extraordinaire who is definitely PurposefullyOverpowered, and ''leagues'' ahead of any of the player-controlled units up to that point. He's got strength high enough to OneHitKill all enemies on the map and defense high enough to NoSell all enemy attacks, to say nothing of his LimitBreak, Eclipse which multiplies his already impressive strength by 5, and then nullifies enemy defense. Notably, literally ''nothing'' in the game is capable of surviving it. He's only playable for two chapters in the first part of the game before he's relegated to NPC status.

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** In ''[[FireEmblemTellius ''[[Videogame/FireEmblemTellius Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn]],'' the player is given control of the Black Knight during the ninth chapter of the game, a LightningBruiser extraordinaire who is definitely PurposefullyOverpowered, and ''leagues'' ahead of any of the player-controlled units up to that point. He's got strength high enough to OneHitKill all enemies on the map and defense high enough to NoSell all enemy attacks, to say nothing of his LimitBreak, Eclipse which multiplies his already impressive strength by 5, and then nullifies enemy defense. Notably, literally ''nothing'' in the game is capable of surviving it. He's only playable for two chapters in the first part of the game before he's relegated to NPC status.
9th Feb '17 8:01:10 PM ILikeRobots
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** In ''Radiant Dawn,'' the player is given control of the wolf {{Animorphism laguz}} [[AsskickingEqualsAuthority queen]], Nailah, for two chapters in Part I of the game, and just like the Black Knight she's a LightningBruiser and PurposefullyOverpowered enough to kill everything on the map effortlessly. She isn't deployable again until Part 4 rolls around, more than ''20'' chapters later.

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** In ''Radiant Dawn,'' the player is given control of the wolf {{Animorphism laguz}} [[{{Animorphism}} laguz]] [[AsskickingEqualsAuthority queen]], Nailah, for two chapters in Part I of the game, and just like the Black Knight she's a LightningBruiser and PurposefullyOverpowered enough to kill everything on the map effortlessly. She isn't deployable again until Part 4 rolls around, more than ''20'' chapters later.
9th Feb '17 8:00:35 PM ILikeRobots
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** In ''Radiant Dawn,'' the player is given control of the wolf laguz queen, Nailah, for two chapters in Part I of the game, and just like the Black Knight she's a LightningBruiser and PurposefullyOverpowered enough to kill everything on the map effortlessly. She isn't deployable again until Part 4 rolls around, more than ''20'' chapters later.

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** In ''Radiant Dawn,'' the player is given control of the wolf laguz queen, {{Animorphism laguz}} [[AsskickingEqualsAuthority queen]], Nailah, for two chapters in Part I of the game, and just like the Black Knight she's a LightningBruiser and PurposefullyOverpowered enough to kill everything on the map effortlessly. She isn't deployable again until Part 4 rolls around, more than ''20'' chapters later.
9th Feb '17 7:59:07 PM ILikeRobots
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** In ''[[FireEmblemTellius Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn]],'' the player is given control of the Black Knight during the ninth chapter of the game, a LightningBruiser extraordinaire who is definitely PurposefullyOverpowered. He's got strength high enough to OneHitKill all enemies on the map and defense high enough to NoSell all enemy attacks, to say nothing of his LimitBreak, Eclipse which multiplies his already impressive strength by 5, and then nullifies enemy defense. Notably, literally ''nothing'' in the game is capable of surviving it. He's only playable for two chapters in the first part of the game before he's relegated to NPC status.

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** In ''[[FireEmblemTellius Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn]],'' the player is given control of the Black Knight during the ninth chapter of the game, a LightningBruiser extraordinaire who is definitely PurposefullyOverpowered.PurposefullyOverpowered, and ''leagues'' ahead of any of the player-controlled units up to that point. He's got strength high enough to OneHitKill all enemies on the map and defense high enough to NoSell all enemy attacks, to say nothing of his LimitBreak, Eclipse which multiplies his already impressive strength by 5, and then nullifies enemy defense. Notably, literally ''nothing'' in the game is capable of surviving it. He's only playable for two chapters in the first part of the game before he's relegated to NPC status.status.
** In ''Radiant Dawn,'' the player is given control of the wolf laguz queen, Nailah, for two chapters in Part I of the game, and just like the Black Knight she's a LightningBruiser and PurposefullyOverpowered enough to kill everything on the map effortlessly. She isn't deployable again until Part 4 rolls around, more than ''20'' chapters later.
9th Feb '17 7:32:53 PM ILikeRobots
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** In chapter six of ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'' the player gets to control all the royal siblings of the side they picked before they're recruited later.

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** In chapter six of ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'' the player gets to control all the royal siblings of the side they picked before they're recruited later. later, and many of them are a much higher level and much more powerful than the player character and any other allied units up to that point.
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