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18th Oct '17 12:44:50 PM Pilomotor
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** Don't be in too big of a hurry to get the Biggoron's Sword, though. Thanks to a GoodBadBug, though, the broken knife is a [[GameBreaker Game Breaking]] LethalJokeWeapon against [[ThatOneBoss Dark Link]].

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** Don't be in too big of a hurry to get the Biggoron's Sword, though. Thanks to a GoodBadBug, though, the broken knife is a [[GameBreaker Game Breaking]] LethalJokeWeapon against [[ThatOneBoss Dark Link]].
20th Sep '17 7:37:40 AM salvadorfranz
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* In the story mode of ''VideoGame/MarvelVSCapcomInfinite'', [[VideoGame/DevilMayCry Dante]] has a duel against [[VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}} Jedah Dohma]] and Dante has an ''unlimited time'' on his [[SuperMode Devil Trigger]] which gives him triple jump, regenerating health, more power, and flight. It's gone after this fight is over.
8th Sep '17 10:56:26 AM N8han11
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* ''VideoGame40000SpaceMarine'': Several missions give you an infinite-fuel jetpack, unfortunately it runs out and falls off when the mission ends.

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* ''VideoGame40000SpaceMarine'': ''VideoGame/40000SpaceMarine'': Several missions give you an infinite-fuel jetpack, unfortunately it runs out and falls off when the mission ends.
20th Jul '17 5:22:18 AM LadyJaneGrey
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** In the 4th edition, this is true with all artifacts. Whenever a mortal uses one, it is always a temporary arrangement. If the mortal fails to fulfill the artifact's purpose, it will leave to find a user who can. If the mortal succeeds, it will leave to continue its mission. (Possibly granting some boon or inflicting some punishment to the mortal, depending on its nature.)
26th Feb '17 8:48:12 PM BattleMaster
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* In ''Videogame/Mechwarrior2Mercenaries'', one of the early missions gives you a Stalker battlemech to pilot. The Stalker is 85 tons and has more tonnage devoted to firepower than the total mass of most of the mechs you'll have available by then. You can purchase or salvage a Stalker later in the game, but by then you'll be facing much more powerful enemies that it won't be nearly as overpowered against.

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* In ''Videogame/Mechwarrior2Mercenaries'', ''Videogame/MechWarrior 2 Mercenaries'', one of the early missions gives you a Stalker battlemech to pilot. The Stalker is 85 tons and has more tonnage devoted to firepower than the total mass of most of the mechs you'll have available by then. You can purchase or salvage a Stalker later in the game, but by then you'll be facing much more powerful enemies that it won't be nearly as overpowered against.so it's no longer an unstoppable monster.
26th Feb '17 8:46:17 PM BattleMaster
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* In ''Videogame/Mechwarrior2Mercenaries'', one of the early missions gives you a Stalker battlemech to pilot. The Stalker is 85 tons and has more tonnage devoted to firepower than the total mass of most of the mechs you'll have available by then. You can purchase or salvage a Stalker later in the game, but by then you'll be facing much more powerful enemies that it won't be nearly as overpowered against.
22nd Dec '16 7:38:20 PM ADrago
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** In ''VideoGame/StarOcean1'', you are tasked to rid a castle armory of a monster infestation. You can borrow the powerful weapons and armor in there, but have to give them back (one of your characters mentions her disappointment at not being able to keep them) once you leave. ItemCrafting features heavily in the game, though, and the two swords you get there can be crafted into something even more powerful. If you do upgrade them while you have them, you don't have to return them; otherwise, they are LostForever. This is, in fact, the only way to get the game's true InfinityPlusOneSword -- the other "best" sword that you can craft later actually ''heals'' the final boss because [[ElementalRockPaperScissors he absorbs at least one of the elements it uses]].

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** In ''VideoGame/StarOcean1'', you are tasked to rid a castle armory of a monster infestation. You can borrow the powerful weapons and armor in there, but have to give them back (one of your characters mentions her disappointment at not being able to keep them) once you leave. ItemCrafting features heavily in the game, though, and the two swords you get there can be crafted into something even more powerful. If you do upgrade them while you have them, you don't have to return them; otherwise, they are LostForever.{{Permanently Missable|Content}}. This is, in fact, the only way to get the game's true InfinityPlusOneSword -- the other "best" sword that you can craft later actually ''heals'' the final boss because [[ElementalRockPaperScissors he absorbs at least one of the elements it uses]].
11th Dec '16 9:49:38 PM Chabal2
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* ''VideoGame40000SpaceMarine'': Several missions give you an infinite-fuel jetpack, unfortunately it runs out and falls off when the mission ends.
29th Jul '16 10:46:24 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the first major dungeon in {{Lands of Lore}}: The Throne of Chaos, it is possible to acquire a weapon that adds somewhere around +40 to your attack stat (for comparison's sake, most of the other weapons you have access to at that point in the game are in the range of +7 to +15 or so). At the end of the dungeon, you must give it to the reclusive oracle who makes his home there if you want to advance the plot. Much later in the game, you can find the same weapon available for sale in a blacksmith's shop for the ridiculous sum of 3,000 Crowns (about ten times more than what any other weapon in that area costs, and more than you're likely to have on hand at the time). By then, however, you will have picked up considerably stronger weapons along the way--plus, if you do buy it from him, he won't buy it back!

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* In the first major dungeon in {{Lands VideoGame/{{Lands of Lore}}: The Throne of Chaos, it is possible to acquire a weapon that adds somewhere around +40 to your attack stat (for comparison's sake, most of the other weapons you have access to at that point in the game are in the range of +7 to +15 or so). At the end of the dungeon, you must give it to the reclusive oracle who makes his home there if you want to advance the plot. Much later in the game, you can find the same weapon available for sale in a blacksmith's shop for the ridiculous sum of 3,000 Crowns (about ten times more than what any other weapon in that area costs, and more than you're likely to have on hand at the time). By then, however, you will have picked up considerably stronger weapons along the way--plus, if you do buy it from him, he won't buy it back!
25th May '16 1:59:05 AM erforce
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* ''VideoGame/{{Burnout}} 3'' had "preview" races where the player and the competition have much faster cars than they would normally have at that point of the game.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Burnout}} 3'' ''VideoGame/Burnout3Takedown'' had "preview" races where the player and the competition have much faster cars than they would normally have at that point of the game.
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