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5th Jul '17 6:19:53 PM nombretomado
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** ''{{beatmania}} IIDX'' is known for having elaborate Extra Stage systems where, on your Extra Stage, you enter a special screen where you select one of several different boss songs. Completing all of these songs and fulfilling certain requirements on them (often a grade and special gauge requirement) will allow you to unlock and immediately play the system's FinalBoss.

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** ''{{beatmania}} IIDX'' ''VideoGame/BeatmaniaIIDX'' is known for having elaborate Extra Stage systems where, on your Extra Stage, you enter a special screen where you select one of several different boss songs. Completing all of these songs and fulfilling certain requirements on them (often a grade and special gauge requirement) will allow you to unlock and immediately play the system's FinalBoss.
4th Jul '17 11:45:45 AM DarkMask
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** ''TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'': Lynels are only ever needed to be encountered once in the game, and even then you are not required to beat it (and can even skip it entirely if you find another way to obtain Lightning Arrows). They are the most difficult reoccurring [[BossInMookClothing basic enemy]] in the game, and for awhile the most power variant, the [[UndergroundMonkey Silver Lynel]] (who has more health than the ''final boss'' of the game) can only be encountered in the half-destroyed Coliseum, before eventually starting to spawn naturally in the wild. [[HarderThanHard Master Mode]] of the game introduces an even stronger version of the Lynel, the [[GoldColoredSuperiority Golden Lynel]]!

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** ''TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'': Lynels are only ever needed to be encountered once in the game, and even then you are not required to beat it (and can even skip it entirely if you find another way to obtain Lightning Arrows). They are the most difficult reoccurring [[BossInMookClothing basic enemy]] in the game, and for awhile the most power variant, the [[UndergroundMonkey [[LawOfChromaticSuperiority Silver Lynel]] (who has more health than the ''final boss'' of the game) can only be encountered in the half-destroyed Coliseum, before eventually starting to spawn naturally in the wild. [[HarderThanHard Master Mode]] of the game introduces an even stronger version of the Lynel, the [[GoldColoredSuperiority Golden Lynel]]!
4th Jul '17 11:44:51 AM DarkMask
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** ''TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'': Lynels are only ever needed to be encountered once in the game, and even then you are not required to beat it (and can even skip it entirely if you find another way to obtain Lightning Arrows). They are the most difficult reoccurring [[BossInMookClothing basic enemy]] in the game, and for awhile the most power variant, the [[UndergroundMonkey Silver Lynel]] (who has more health than the ''final boss'' of the game) can only be encountered in the half-destroyed Coliseum, before eventually starting to spawn naturally in the wild. [[HarderThanHard Master Mode]] of the game introduces an even stronger version of the Lynel, the [[GoldColoredSuperiority Golden Lynel]], who is even stronger and has even more health than the [[LawOfChromaticSuperiority Silver Lynel]]!

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** ''TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'': Lynels are only ever needed to be encountered once in the game, and even then you are not required to beat it (and can even skip it entirely if you find another way to obtain Lightning Arrows). They are the most difficult reoccurring [[BossInMookClothing basic enemy]] in the game, and for awhile the most power variant, the [[UndergroundMonkey Silver Lynel]] (who has more health than the ''final boss'' of the game) can only be encountered in the half-destroyed Coliseum, before eventually starting to spawn naturally in the wild. [[HarderThanHard Master Mode]] of the game introduces an even stronger version of the Lynel, the [[GoldColoredSuperiority Golden Lynel]], who is even stronger and has even more health than the [[LawOfChromaticSuperiority Silver Lynel]]!
4th Jul '17 11:16:39 AM DarkMask
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** ''TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'': Lynels are only ever needed to be encountered once in the game, and even then you are not required to beat it (and can even skip it entirely if you find another way to obtain Lightning Arrows). They are the most difficult reoccurring [[BossInMookClothing basic enemy]] in the game, and for awhile the most power variant, the [[UndergroundMonkey Silver Lynel]] (who has more health than the ''final boss'' of the game) can only be encountered in the half-destroyed Coliseum, before eventually starting to spawn naturally in the wild. [[HarderThanHard Master Mode]] of the game introduces an even stronger version of the Lynel, the [[GoldColoredSuperiority Golden Lynel]], who is even stronger and had even more health than the [[LawOfChromaticSuperiority Silver Lynel]]!

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** ''TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'': Lynels are only ever needed to be encountered once in the game, and even then you are not required to beat it (and can even skip it entirely if you find another way to obtain Lightning Arrows). They are the most difficult reoccurring [[BossInMookClothing basic enemy]] in the game, and for awhile the most power variant, the [[UndergroundMonkey Silver Lynel]] (who has more health than the ''final boss'' of the game) can only be encountered in the half-destroyed Coliseum, before eventually starting to spawn naturally in the wild. [[HarderThanHard Master Mode]] of the game introduces an even stronger version of the Lynel, the [[GoldColoredSuperiority Golden Lynel]], who is even stronger and had has even more health than the [[LawOfChromaticSuperiority Silver Lynel]]!
4th Jul '17 11:13:57 AM DarkMask
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** ''TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'': Lynels are only ever needed to be encountered once in the game, and even then you are not required to beat it (and can even skip it entirely if you find another way to obtain Lightning Arrows). They are the most difficult reoccurring [[BossInMookClothing basic enemy]] in the game, and for awhile the most power variant, the [[UndergroundMonkey Silver Lynel]] (who has more health than the ''final boss'' of the game) can only be encountered in the half-destroyed Coliseum, before eventually starting to spawn naturally in the wild. [[HarderThanHard Master Mode]] of the game introduces an even stronger version of the Lynel, the [[GoldenSuperMode Golden Lynel]], who is even stronger and had even more health than the [[LawOfChromaticSuperiority Silver Lynel]]!

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** ''TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'': Lynels are only ever needed to be encountered once in the game, and even then you are not required to beat it (and can even skip it entirely if you find another way to obtain Lightning Arrows). They are the most difficult reoccurring [[BossInMookClothing basic enemy]] in the game, and for awhile the most power variant, the [[UndergroundMonkey Silver Lynel]] (who has more health than the ''final boss'' of the game) can only be encountered in the half-destroyed Coliseum, before eventually starting to spawn naturally in the wild. [[HarderThanHard Master Mode]] of the game introduces an even stronger version of the Lynel, the [[GoldenSuperMode [[GoldColoredSuperiority Golden Lynel]], who is even stronger and had even more health than the [[LawOfChromaticSuperiority Silver Lynel]]!
4th Jul '17 11:12:38 AM DarkMask
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** ''TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'': Lynels are only ever needed to be encountered once in the game, and even then you are not required to beat it (and can even skip it entirely if you find another way to obtain Lightning Arrows). They are the most difficult reoccurring [[BossInMookClothing basic enemy]] in the game, and for awhile the most power variant, the [[UndergroundMonkey Silver Lynel]] (who has more health than the ''final boss'' of the game) can only be encountered in the half-destroyed Coliseum, before eventually starting to spawn naturally in the wild. [[HarderThanHard Master Mode]] of the game introduces an even stronger version of the Lynel, the [[GoldenSuperMode Golden Lynel]], who is even stronger and had even more health than the [[LawOfChromaticSuperiority Silver Lynel]]!
3rd Jul '17 4:05:59 PM Pokefan
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* Rodin makes a return in ''VideoGame/{{Bayonetta 2}}'', this time available if the player buys the Platinum Ticket for a staggering 9,999,999 halos. Unlike his encounter in the first game, you can use [[BulletTime Witch Time]] against him, since Infinite Climax difficulty no longer disables that feature, but beyond that Rodin is actually HarderThanHard this go around, especially since you start fighting him in his normal form, before he TurnsRed and becomes [[OurDemonsAreDifferent The Infinite One]]. And this time around, there isn't any phone cheat if you want that Rodin weapon.

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* Rodin makes a return in ''VideoGame/{{Bayonetta 2}}'', this time available if the player buys the Platinum Ticket for a staggering 9,999,999 halos. Unlike his encounter in the first game, you can use [[BulletTime Witch Time]] against him, since Infinite Climax difficulty no longer disables that feature, but beyond that Rodin is actually HarderThanHard this go around, especially since you start fighting him in his normal form, before he TurnsRed and becomes [[OurDemonsAreDifferent The Infinite One]]. And this time around, there isn't any phone cheat if you want that Rodin weapon.
29th Jun '17 10:43:26 AM Hanz
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* The ''Videogame/{{Yakuza}}'' series has Jo Amon and the other members of the Amon Clan, a group of assassins that will challenge you once you complete every substory in the game. Defeating them earns you a pair of their SinisterShades, which increase the amount of damage done by weapons.
21st Jun '17 10:57:43 PM AirofMystery
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** You need four [[PlotCoupons Great Souls]] to reach Drangleic Castle, and there are four bosses with Great Souls. However, you can kill one boss, take their Great Soul, use a Bonfire Ascetic to resurrect that boss, then kill them again and take a whole new Great Soul again. Repeat ad nauseum and almost every boss in the game before Drangleic Castle is Bonus.
20th Jun '17 8:23:21 AM LordInsane
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*** The Ash Vampires. You are only required to fight one in order to get an item (Sunder) off of him, but there are 6 others you can hunt down and kill. Killing them is supposed to weaken Dagoth Ur in the final confrontation, but due to a scripting glitch, this does not happen. Still, they each possess unique enchanted items that are [[PermanentlyMissableContent unobtainable]] if you don't fight them, and you should kill them if you're going for OneHundredPercentCompletion.

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*** The Ash Vampires. You are only required to fight one in order to get an item (Sunder) off of him, but there are 6 others you can hunt down and kill. Killing them is supposed to weaken Dagoth Ur in the final confrontation, but due to a scripting glitch, this does not happen.happen (and if it ''did'' happen killing all of them would break the game, as Dagoth Ur ''would be dead before you arrive'' leaving you unable to get the result that's supposed to happen when you kill him). Still, they each possess unique enchanted items that are [[PermanentlyMissableContent unobtainable]] if you don't fight them, and you should kill them if you're going for OneHundredPercentCompletion.
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