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7th Feb '16 8:17:12 AM Tyren
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* In ''Literature/DesolateEra'', monsterous beasts that train like human immortal practitioners gain the ability to transform into human form when they reach a certain level of power. The more inherently powerful beasts, the Godbeasts, must reach a higher stage before they can do this. It appears, however, that using their full power requires that the monstrous beast return to their non-human form.
22nd Jan '16 9:28:16 AM Morgenthaler
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* A stunningly common trend in BulletHell games is for bosses to become larger and/or more complex as one progresses through the game, but instead of being even scarier, {{True Final Boss}}es are small and elegant-looking. This shows up in ''BlueWishResurrection'', ''XOP'', all the ''Trigonometry Wars'' games, and probably dozens of other places.
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* A stunningly common trend in BulletHell games is for bosses to become larger and/or more complex as one progresses through the game, but instead of being even scarier, {{True Final Boss}}es are small and elegant-looking. This shows up in ''BlueWishResurrection'', ''VideoGame/BlueWishResurrection'', ''XOP'', all the ''Trigonometry Wars'' games, and probably dozens of other places.
9th Jan '16 10:25:07 AM nombretomado
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* Used in, of all things, the DS version of ''[[NicktoonsUnite Nicktoons: Globs of Doom]]'' with BigBad Globulous Maximus, who goes from a gooey cyclops meteor taking up the entire screen to a flying slime man the size of SpongeBobSquarePants.
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* Used in, of all things, the DS version of ''[[NicktoonsUnite Nicktoons: Globs of Doom]]'' with BigBad Globulous Maximus, who goes from a gooey cyclops meteor taking up the entire screen to a flying slime man the size of SpongeBobSquarePants.WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants.
25th Oct '15 12:08:52 PM TimeTravelerEon
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* The third raid boss from ''VideoGame/{{Elsword}}'', Perkisas, has three phases. In the first two, he's simply a very large, scaly, scarred red dragon, but in the third, [[spoiler: he takes on the form of a ''very'' handsome man in a [[BareYourMidriff midriff exposing jacket]] with horns and wings like his dragon form.]] Possibly a subversion, however, as this fight seems to take place within Perkisas's subconscious.
20th Oct '15 2:15:03 PM Willbyr
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* ''{{Superior}}'' is equal-opportunity in this regard--in fact, the most powerful and most human monsters, Sheila and [[spoiler:Rossi]], are both female. ([[spoiler:Angelica's grandfather]] demonstrates that power does in fact make demons look human, rather than humanity making them powerful--he looks more human when he calls on his abilities.)
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* ''{{Superior}}'' ''Manga/{{Superior}}'' is equal-opportunity in this regard--in fact, the most powerful and most human monsters, Sheila and [[spoiler:Rossi]], are both female. ([[spoiler:Angelica's grandfather]] demonstrates that power does in fact make demons look human, rather than humanity making them powerful--he looks more human when he calls on his abilities.)
18th Oct '15 8:33:12 AM Megadoomer
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*** [[Film/DragonBallZBattleOfGods Super Saiyan God]] is canon's answer to 4; instead of more simian features, spikier hair or sparks of electricity, the user only gets slightly tanner and slimmer along with red-violet hair and irises. When compared to 3's elongated hairstyle and enlarged forehead, this is a huge step. [[Film/DragonBallZResurrectionF The next movie]] adds the awkwardly-named Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan, which is, as the name suggests, an SSG gone Super Saiyan, with the familiar spiky hair and additional muscle mass. The primary difference (apart from the appropriately god-sized aura) is that the SSGSS's hair is blue rather than gold.
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*** [[Film/DragonBallZBattleOfGods [[Anime/DragonBallZBattleOfGods Super Saiyan God]] is canon's answer to 4; instead of more simian features, spikier hair or sparks of electricity, the user only gets slightly tanner and slimmer along with red-violet hair and irises. When compared to 3's elongated hairstyle and enlarged forehead, this is a huge step. [[Film/DragonBallZResurrectionF [[Anime/DragonBallZResurrectionF The next movie]] adds the awkwardly-named Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan, which is, as the name suggests, an SSG gone Super Saiyan, with the familiar spiky hair and additional muscle mass. The primary difference (apart from the appropriately god-sized aura) is that the SSGSS's hair is blue rather than gold.
18th Oct '15 8:32:06 AM Megadoomer
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*** Super Saiyan God is canon's answer to 4; instead of more simian features, spikier hair or sparks of electricity, the user only gets slightly tanner and slimmer along with red-violet hair and irises. When compared to 3's elongated hairstyle and enlarged forehead, this is a huge step. The next movie adds the awkwardly-named Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan, which is, as the name suggests, an SSG gone Super Saiyan, with the familiar spiky hair and additional muscle mass. The primary difference (apart from the appropriately god-sized aura) is that the SSGSS's hair is blue rather than gold.
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*** [[Film/DragonBallZBattleOfGods Super Saiyan God God]] is canon's answer to 4; instead of more simian features, spikier hair or sparks of electricity, the user only gets slightly tanner and slimmer along with red-violet hair and irises. When compared to 3's elongated hairstyle and enlarged forehead, this is a huge step. [[Film/DragonBallZResurrectionF The next movie movie]] adds the awkwardly-named Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan, which is, as the name suggests, an SSG gone Super Saiyan, with the familiar spiky hair and additional muscle mass. The primary difference (apart from the appropriately god-sized aura) is that the SSGSS's hair is blue rather than gold.
11th Oct '15 7:03:47 PM Andyroid
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* ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'': While none of the monsters look quite human, [[spoiler: Flowey]] comes about as close as any monster can. [[spoiler: His initial appearance is a cute, smiling flower, who quickly becomes a [[NightmareFace much less cute flower]]. At the end of a Neutral run, he absorbs six human souls and becomes God Flowey, who is ''far'' more bizarre and monstrous than any other monster in the game, and does not look human in the slightest save for a human face occasionally appearing on his screen.]] In the True Pacifist ending, [[spoiler: he finally crosses the line after absorbing the six human souls and the soul of every monster in the underground. At this point he first appears as an anthropomorphic goat-child not unlike Toriel and Asgore, because he's their child: Asriel Dreemurr. During the final battle, he becomes a floating adult version of the same, then grows wings. At the very end, he reverts to his child form, and without the power of the souls he will inevitably become Flowey the flower again.]]
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* ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'': ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'': ** During the final fight with [[spoiler: Mettaton, after you flip the switch on his back he goes from looking like a giant boxy computer with arms and a unicycle wheel to the bishonen-looking Mettaton EX.]] ** While none of the monsters look quite human, [[spoiler: Flowey]] comes about as close as any monster can. [[spoiler: His initial appearance is a cute, smiling flower, who quickly becomes a [[NightmareFace much less cute flower]]. At the end of a Neutral run, he absorbs six human souls and becomes God Flowey, who is ''far'' more bizarre and monstrous than any other monster in the game, and does not look human in the slightest save for a human face occasionally appearing on his screen.]] In the True Pacifist ending, [[spoiler: he finally crosses the line after absorbing the six human souls and the soul of every monster in the underground. At this point he first appears as an anthropomorphic goat-child not unlike Toriel and Asgore, because he's their child: Asriel Dreemurr. During the final battle, he becomes a floating adult version of the same, then grows wings. At the very end, he reverts to his child form, and without the power of the souls he will inevitably become Flowey the flower again.]]
7th Oct '15 12:44:09 PM DensetsuNoKaboom
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* ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'': While none of the monsters look quite human, [[spoiler: Flowey]] comes about as close as any monster can. [[spoiler: His initial appearance is a cute, smiling flower, who quickly becomes a [[NightmareFace much less cute flower]]. At the end of a Neutral run, he absorbs six human souls and becomes God Flowey, who is ''far'' more bizarre and monstrous than any other monster in the game, and does not look human in the slightest save for a human face occasionally appearing on his screen.]] In the True Pacifist ending, [[spoiler: he finally crosses the line after absorbing the six human souls and the soul of every monster in the underground. At this point he first appears as an anthropomorphic goat-child not unlike Toriel and Asgore, because he's their child: Asriel Dreemurr. During the final battle, he becomes a floating adult version of the same, then grows wings. At the very end, he reverts to his child form, and without the power of the souls he will inevitably become Flowey the flower again.]]
4th Oct '15 10:41:28 PM SuperLlama
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* ''VideoGame/MercenaryKings'' features a trio of dog-themed tanks - The Blitzhound K9, the Munsterlander and the Metal Woof - piloted by the BigBad's pet dog. Each new model is smaller and sleeker than the last, and obviously more powerful.
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