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18th May '16 11:22:20 PM wolftickets1969
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* ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'''s Final Judgement, a suped-up Gatling Laser, is only obtainable once you initiate the penultimate main quest when siding with the Institute or Railroad, and just before you destroy the BOS airship. By the time of the subsequent final battle and/or epilogue, your stats and skills are probably high enough that you'll have little use for it.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'''s Final Judgement, a suped-up Gatling Laser, Laser wielded by Elder Maxson, is only obtainable once you initiate the penultimate main quest when siding with the Institute or Railroad, and just before you destroy the BOS airship. By the time of the subsequent final battle and/or epilogue, your stats and skills are probably high enough that you'll have little use for it.
18th May '16 11:20:28 PM wolftickets1969
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* ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'''s Final Judgement, a suped-up Gatling Laser, is only obtainable once you initiate the penultimate main quest when siding with the Institute or Railroad, and just before you destroy the BOS airship. By the time of the subsequent final battle and/or epilogue, your stats and skills are probably high enough that you'll have little use for it.
8th May '16 10:05:05 AM EdwardGil
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* ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' has the Real Knife and The Locket, two items you can only get near the end of the Genocide Route, that raise your ATTACK and DEFENCE to 99 each - and are totally useless because there's only one enemy left in the game, who has 1 HP, 1 DEF and 1 AT, yet is ThatOneBoss because of his ability to dodge your attacks and crazy moves - which the Locket and Knife are useless with. This is very deliberate, since they entire point of this run is to point out to what terrible lengths the player'll go to just to get pointless power.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' has the Real Knife and The Locket, two items you can only get near the end of the Genocide Route, that raise your ATTACK and DEFENCE to 99 each - and are totally useless because there's only one enemy left in the game, who has 1 HP, 1 DEF and 1 AT, yet is ThatOneBoss because of his ability to dodge your attacks and crazy moves - which the Locket and Knife are useless with. This is very deliberate, since they the entire point of this run is to point out to what terrible lengths the player'll go to just to get pointless power.
1st Apr '16 5:43:11 PM TechPriest90
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* In {{VideoGame/Verdun}}, you get medals for exceptional performance on the battlefield. They serve no function other than looking good. Considering the game itself, that's not surprising.
28th Mar '16 5:55:03 PM Macecurb
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* ''VideoGame/{{DarkSouls}}'' throws the [[WarmupBoss Asylum Demon]] at you twice: Once before you've acquired any weapons beyond a [[WithThisHerring dull, broken sword hilt]], and again after you've got your starter gear. If you manage to kill him the first time around, you're given the Demon's Great Hammer: An oversized club with disgustingly high stat requirements. By the time you can use it, though, you'll have better weapons.

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* ''VideoGame/{{DarkSouls}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Dark Souls}}'' throws the [[WarmupBoss Asylum Demon]] at you twice: twice. Once before you've acquired any weapons beyond a [[WithThisHerring dull, broken sword hilt]], hilt]] (Which you're supposed to run away from), and again after you've got your starter gear. If you manage to kill him the first time around, you're given the Demon's Great Hammer: An oversized club with disgustingly high stat requirements. By the time you can use it, though, you'll have better weapons.
28th Mar '16 5:53:31 PM Macecurb
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* ''VideoGame/{{DarkSouls}}'' throws the [[WarmupBoss Asylum Demon]] at you twice: Once before you've acquired any weapons beyond a [[WithThisHerring dull, broken sword hilt]], and again after you've got your starter gear. If you manage to kill him the first time around, you're given the Demon's Great Hammer: An oversized club with disgustingly high stat requirements. By the time you can use it, though, you'll have better weapons.
25th Mar '16 9:57:43 PM lalalei2001
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* In ''Videogame/YuGiOhMonsterCapsuleGB'', Yami Yugi's figurine can only be unlocked after training Yugi to the maximum level, and Yugi can only be unlocked if the player has rescued all of his friends. Yami's tied for the strongest monster with the Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon, but the sheer amount of effort needed to get him means that when you finally do, not much can stop you to begin with.

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* In ''Videogame/YuGiOhMonsterCapsuleGB'', Yami Yugi's figurine can only be unlocked after training Yugi to the maximum level, level and using an Evolution Chip, and Yugi can only be unlocked if the player has rescued all of his friends. friends (meaning you can't get a single Game Over in an RPG World}. Yami's tied for the strongest monster with in the game alongside the Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon, but the sheer amount of effort needed to get him means that when you finally do, not much can stop you to begin with.
25th Mar '16 9:51:53 PM lalalei2001
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* In ''Videogame/YuGiOhMonsterCapsuleGB'', Yami Yugi's figurine can only be unlocked after training Yugi to the maximum level, and Yugi can only be unlocked if the player has rescued all of his friends. Yami's tied for the strongest monster with the Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon, but the sheer amount of effort needed to get him means that when you finally do, not much can stop you to begin with.
17th Mar '16 7:35:41 PM gophergiggles
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* Studs X8 and X10 in the various ''VideoGame/{{Lego Adaptation Game}}s'' serve little to no purpose since they are absurdely expensive, difficult to unlock, only available very late in the game (typically only available after Story Mode is complete), and most of all because the stud multipliers stack. Studs X2 can ''always'' be easily unlocked right at the beginning ([[GuideDangIt though sometimes it's tricky]]) and X4 can typically be unlocked fairly early, and those two together will give you 8X more money which is enough to purchase ''everything'' as it becomes available. It actually takes genuine effort to unlock Studs X10 ''before'' you've already purchased pretty much everything.
17th Mar '16 5:13:47 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* The last course to be unlocked in ''VideoGame/FZero GX'' is the Sonic Oval beginner course from ''AX'', which isn't even used in the Grand Prix.

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* The last course to be unlocked in ''VideoGame/FZero GX'' is the Sonic Oval beginner course from ''AX'', which isn't even used in the Grand Prix. It doesn't even provide a major challenge, as it's just a simple oval with two turns.
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