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30th Apr '16 5:58:55 PM Onlythrice
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*** Also in Dragonborn, the player has the option to fight the ghost of Kaarstag, a Frost Giant that was killed by the [[PlayerCharacter Nerevarine]] in Morrowind's Bloodmoon DLC. The player must find his skull and place it on his throne, and after defeating him they gain the ability to summon him in battle three times only.

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*** Also in Dragonborn, the player has the option to fight the ghost of Kaarstag, [[LegacyBossBattle Kaarstag]], a Frost Giant that was killed by the [[PlayerCharacter Nerevarine]] in Morrowind's Bloodmoon DLC. The player must find his skull and place it on his throne, throne if they wish to challenge him, and after defeating him they gain the ability to summon him in battle three times only.
30th Apr '16 5:49:44 PM Onlythrice
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** ''VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire'' (and ''Emerald''): Latios/Latias and Rayquaza in ''VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire''. In ''Emerald'', Rayquaza can be captured ''before'' you take on the Elite Four in ''Emerald'' (and Groudon and Kyogre take its place as {{Bonus Boss}}es). There's also the legendary golems Regirock, Regice and Registeel. Additionally, in ''[[VideoGameRemake Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire]]'', you can battle ''all the other legendaries from Generations II, IV, and V,'' along with the previously Mythical Deoxys. \\

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** ''VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire'' (and ''Emerald''): Latios/Latias and Rayquaza in ''VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire''. In ''Emerald'', Rayquaza can be captured ''before'' you take on the Elite Four in ''Emerald'' (and Groudon and Kyogre take its place as {{Bonus Boss}}es). There's also the legendary golems Regirock, Regice and Registeel. Additionally, in ''[[VideoGameRemake Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire]]'', you can battle ''all the other legendaries from Generations II, IV, and V,'' along with the previously Mythical Deoxys. \\



** The Dragonborn DLC of ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim Skyrim]]'' has the Ebony Warrior, who challenges the player once they reach level 80 in the hope that he's finally met someone tough enough to [[NothingLeftToDoButDie kill him]]. His equipment is heavily enchanted, has 50% damage resistance to all elements and can use Dragon Shouts. There are also a few named dragons which are not required to be fought. Of particular note is [[spoiler: Vulthoryol, who can be summed by using the Unrelenting Force shout on the orange globe in Blackreach.]]

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** The Dragonborn DLC of ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim Skyrim]]'' has the some as well.
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Ebony Warrior, who Warrior of the Dragonborn DLC challenges the player once they reach level 80 in the hope that he's finally met someone tough enough to [[NothingLeftToDoButDie kill him]]. His equipment is heavily enchanted, has 50% damage resistance to all elements elements, is immune to several spells and Shouts, and can use Dragon Shouts.Shouts in addition to healing spells and potions. There are also a few named dragons which are not required to be fought. Of particular note is [[spoiler: Vulthoryol, who can be summed summoned by using the Unrelenting Force shout on the orange globe in Blackreach.]]]]
*** Also in Dragonborn, the player has the option to fight the ghost of Kaarstag, a Frost Giant that was killed by the [[PlayerCharacter Nerevarine]] in Morrowind's Bloodmoon DLC. The player must find his skull and place it on his throne, and after defeating him they gain the ability to summon him in battle three times only.
*** The Dawnguard DLC adds the Reaper, a ghostly headsman that can be fought in the Soul Cairn after finding three gem fragments.
16th Apr '16 6:18:55 AM FoolsEditAccount
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* ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' has Glyde, who only appears [[spoiler: in the room with the door in Snowdin Woods, with a very low encounter rate.]] and the much more elusive [[spoiler: So Sorry, who appears in Hotland after unlocking all of the elevators near Sans' hot dog stand, but only at 8pm on October 10th.]] Plus, the [[EarnYourBadEnding No Mercy run]] could be considered to contain the last bonus bosses- [[spoiler: Undyne the Undying, and Sans, who are the hardest fights in the entire game.]]

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* ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' has Glyde, who only appears [[spoiler: in the room with the door in Snowdin Woods, with a very low encounter rate.]] rate]] and the much more elusive [[spoiler: So Sorry, who appears in Hotland after unlocking all of the elevators near Sans' hot dog stand, but only at 8pm on October 10th.]] Plus, the [[EarnYourBadEnding No Mercy run]] could be considered to contain the last bonus bosses- bosses -- [[spoiler: Undyne the Undying, and Sans, who are the hardest fights in the entire game.]]


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* ''VideoGame/UncommonTime'' has one at the end of each BonusDungeon: [[spoiler:Altair]] at the end of Aubrey's Uncommon Time, and [[spoiler:Arietta]] at the end of Arietta's.
14th Apr '16 10:49:27 AM matteste
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** ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIVFinal'' brings back the Fiends along with [[spoiler:En no Ozuno from the first game]]. DLC adds [[spoiler:Mephisto, Cleopatra, and a demonic Hope and Hugo]]. The final DLC makes the ultimate opponent [[spoiler:Stephen, who fights against every numbered SMT protagonist at once]].

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** ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIVFinal'' ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIVApocalypse'' brings back the Fiends along with [[spoiler:En no Ozuno from the first game]]. DLC adds [[spoiler:Mephisto, Cleopatra, and a demonic Hope and Hugo]]. The final DLC makes the ultimate opponent [[spoiler:Stephen, who fights against every numbered SMT protagonist at once]].
28th Mar '16 4:21:39 PM 4444jdm
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* In any version of ''VideoGame/InitialDArcadeStage'', defeating every opponent in Legend Of The Streets mode will take you to a free battle with the game's TrueFinalBoss, Bunta Fujiwara. He is extremely difficult to beat, often sporting RubberBandAI. Whether or not you defeat him, the credits will roll afterwards.

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* In any version of ''VideoGame/InitialDArcadeStage'', defeating every opponent all opponents in Legend Of The Streets mode ''once per loop'' will take you to a free battle with the game's TrueFinalBoss, Bunta Fujiwara. He is extremely difficult to beat, often sporting RubberBandAI. Whether or not you defeat him, the credits will roll afterwards.
25th Mar '16 6:54:19 AM 4444jdm
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* In any version of ''VideoGame/InitialDArcadeStage'', defeating every opponent in Legend Of The Streets mode will take you to a free battle with Bunta Fujiwara. He is extremely difficult to beat, often sporting RubberBandAI. Whether or not you defeat him, the credits will roll afterwards.

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* In any version of ''VideoGame/InitialDArcadeStage'', defeating every opponent in Legend Of The Streets mode will take you to a free battle with the game's TrueFinalBoss, Bunta Fujiwara. He is extremely difficult to beat, often sporting RubberBandAI. Whether or not you defeat him, the credits will roll afterwards.
16th Mar '16 10:40:39 AM bionichamster
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** There's also [[DualBoss Nielnail Albus and Nielnail Furvus]], a pair of [[MiniMecha Skells]] fought in the 'Twin Dolls of Mystery' Time Attack mission. [[WhatCouldHaveBeen They were originally supposed to be a story boss, but that plot thread was scrapped.]]
** The Global Nemeses, Telethia Plume and Yggralith Zero, put an interesting spin on this. They appear on the online mission list when a certain amount of multiplayer tasks have been completed, but instead of beating them, you're supposed to just deal as much damage as possible to them within 8 minutes (or until you die three times). This takes away from an absolutely '''massive''' healthpool shared across every player meaning thousands of players need to work together over the course of about a real time week to actually kill either of them.
14th Mar '16 11:05:02 PM MyFinalEdits
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** ''VideoGame/PokemonGoldSilverAndCrystal'': In the first Generation II games, the legendary that's not your version mascot also counts as a Bonus Boss; in ''Crystal'', both Ho-oh and Lugia also count, with Lugia being available only by talking to a man in Pewter City and Ho-oh only being available by catching the Legendary Beasts. ''[[VideoGameRemake HeartGold]]'' [[TheRemake and]] ''[[VideoGameRemake SoulSilver]]'' have a boss Trainer that can only be fought by having a Celebi: [[spoiler:Giovanni]]. This Trainer isn't very difficult, however, and mainly serves to tie up some loose story ends. All five also feature Red, the player character from ''VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue'', as either this or the TrueFinalBoss, depending on how you look at it. What's not debatable is that he is the toughest trainer in the games to date, with all of his Pokemon over level 80. You have to massively level grind after the main game or transfer Pokemon from other games to stand a chance against him.

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** ''VideoGame/PokemonGoldSilverAndCrystal'': In the first Generation II games, the legendary that's not your version mascot also counts as a Bonus Boss; in ''Crystal'', both Ho-oh and Lugia also count, with Lugia being available only by talking to a man in Pewter City and Ho-oh only being available by catching the Legendary Beasts. ''[[VideoGameRemake HeartGold]]'' [[TheRemake and]] ''[[VideoGameRemake SoulSilver]]'' have a boss Trainer that can only be fought by having a Celebi: [[spoiler:Giovanni]]. This Trainer isn't very difficult, however, and mainly serves to tie up some loose story ends. All five also feature Red, the player character from ''VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue'', as either this or the TrueFinalBoss, depending on how you look at it. What's not debatable is that he is the toughest trainer in the games to date, He's very tough, with all of his Pokemon over level 80. You have to massively level grind after the main game or transfer Pokemon from other games to stand a chance against him.
14th Mar '16 7:06:43 PM Mitis
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** ''VideoGame/PokemonGoldSilverAndCrystal'': In the first Generation II games, the legendary that's not your version mascot also counts as a Bonus Boss; in ''Crystal'', both Ho-oh and Lugia also count, with Lugia being available only by talking to a man in Pewter City and Ho-oh only being available by catching the Legendary Beasts. Red in the [[VideoGame/PokemonGoldAndSilver second generation]] (though it's debatable whether he's this or the TrueFinalBoss, since the credits roll after you win). ''[[VideoGameRemake HeartGold]]'' [[TheRemake and]] ''[[VideoGameRemake SoulSilver]]'' have a boss Trainer that can only be fought by having a Celebi: [[spoiler:Giovanni]]. This Trainer isn't very difficult, however, and mainly serves to tie up some loose story ends. Those two games also have a bonus battle with Red, the player character from ''VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue''. He is the toughest trainer in the games to date, with all of his Pokemon over level 80. You have to massively level grind after the main game or transfer Pokemon from other games to stand a chance against him.
** ''VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire'' (and ''Emerald''): Latios/Latias and Rayquaza in ''VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire''. In ''Emerald'', Rayquaza can be captured ''before'' you take on the Elite Four in ''Emerald'' (and Groudon and Kyogre take its place as {{Bonus Boss}}es). There's also the legendary golems Regirock, Regice and Registeel. Additionally, in ''[[VideoGameRemake Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire]]'', you can battle ''all the other legendaries from all the previous generations'' [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg and Deoxys]], except those found in ''[[VideoGame/PokemonXAndY X/Y]]'' (the three native to those games as well as [[VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue Kanto]]'s legendary birds and Mewtwo). \\

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** ''VideoGame/PokemonGoldSilverAndCrystal'': In the first Generation II games, the legendary that's not your version mascot also counts as a Bonus Boss; in ''Crystal'', both Ho-oh and Lugia also count, with Lugia being available only by talking to a man in Pewter City and Ho-oh only being available by catching the Legendary Beasts. Red in the [[VideoGame/PokemonGoldAndSilver second generation]] (though it's debatable whether he's this or the TrueFinalBoss, since the credits roll after you win). ''[[VideoGameRemake HeartGold]]'' [[TheRemake and]] ''[[VideoGameRemake SoulSilver]]'' have a boss Trainer that can only be fought by having a Celebi: [[spoiler:Giovanni]]. This Trainer isn't very difficult, however, and mainly serves to tie up some loose story ends. Those two games All five also have a bonus battle with feature Red, the player character from ''VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue''. He ''VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue'', as either this or the TrueFinalBoss, depending on how you look at it. What's not debatable is that he is the toughest trainer in the games to date, with all of his Pokemon over level 80. You have to massively level grind after the main game or transfer Pokemon from other games to stand a chance against him.
** ''VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire'' (and ''Emerald''): Latios/Latias and Rayquaza in ''VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire''. In ''Emerald'', Rayquaza can be captured ''before'' you take on the Elite Four in ''Emerald'' (and Groudon and Kyogre take its place as {{Bonus Boss}}es). There's also the legendary golems Regirock, Regice and Registeel. Additionally, in ''[[VideoGameRemake Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire]]'', you can battle ''all the other legendaries from all Generations II, IV, and V,'' along with the previous generations'' [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg and Deoxys]], except those found in ''[[VideoGame/PokemonXAndY X/Y]]'' (the three native to those games as well as [[VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue Kanto]]'s legendary birds and Mewtwo).previously Mythical Deoxys. \\
14th Mar '16 8:21:46 AM AsForMyHandle
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* ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' has Glyde, who only appears [[spoiler: in the room with the door in Snowdin Woods, with a very low encounter rate.]] and the much more elusive [[spoiler: So Sorry, who appears in Hotland after unlocking all of the elevators near Sans' hot dog stand, but only at 8pm on October 10th.]] Plus, the [[EarnYourBadEnding No Mercy run]] could be considered to contain the last bonus bosses- [[spoiler: Undyne the Undying, and Sans, who is the hardest fight in the entire game.]]

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* ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' has Glyde, who only appears [[spoiler: in the room with the door in Snowdin Woods, with a very low encounter rate.]] and the much more elusive [[spoiler: So Sorry, who appears in Hotland after unlocking all of the elevators near Sans' hot dog stand, but only at 8pm on October 10th.]] Plus, the [[EarnYourBadEnding No Mercy run]] could be considered to contain the last bonus bosses- [[spoiler: Undyne the Undying, and Sans, who is are the hardest fight fights in the entire game.]]
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