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20th Jun '18 4:42:00 PM ZombieAladdin
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* Your reward for defeating [[spoiler:Inner Agent 3]] in ''VideoGame/Splatoon2'''s ''Octo Expansion'' is the Golden Toothpick, which is ExactlyAsItSaysOnTheTin: A toothpick made of gold (though with a golden takoyaki impaled on it). It's a 3-star item of clothing that grants Special Charge Up, but there are plenty of other clothes in the game that do exactly that, and any that aren't 3-star can be upgraded until they're functionally as powerful.

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* Your reward for defeating [[spoiler:Inner Agent 3]] in ''VideoGame/Splatoon2'''s ''Octo Expansion'' is the Golden Toothpick, which is ExactlyAsItSaysOnTheTin: ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: A toothpick made of gold (though with a golden takoyaki impaled on it). It's a 3-star item of clothing that grants Special Charge Up, Up (which increases the speed your [[LimitBreak special weapon]] charges up), but there are plenty of other clothes in the game that do exactly that, and any that aren't 3-star can be upgraded until they're functionally as powerful.
20th Jun '18 4:40:22 PM ZombieAladdin
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* Your reward for defeating [[spoiler:Inner Agent 3]] in ''VideoGame/Splatoon2'''s ''Octo Expansion'' is the Golden Toothpick, which is ExactlyAsItSaysOnTheTin: A toothpick made of gold (though with a golden takoyaki impaled on it). It's a 3-star item of clothing that grants Special Charge Up, but there are plenty of other clothes in the game that do exactly that, and any that aren't 3-star can be upgraded until they're functionally as powerful.
19th Jun '18 11:32:20 PM wolftickets1969
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Fe}}'', the final unlockable ability, which allows Fe to [[IBelieveICanFly fly everywhere at will]], requires you to collect all 75 Crystals, the last of which you can only get during the post-credits PlayableEpilogue. Other than the achievement, there's little to no use for it by this point, since you've pretty much seen everything there is to see.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Fe}}'', the final unlockable ability, which allows Fe to [[IBelieveICanFly fly everywhere at will]], requires you to collect all 75 Crystals, the last of which you can only get either near the end of the story or during the post-credits PlayableEpilogue. Other than the achievement, there's little to no use for it by this point, since you've pretty much seen everything there is to see.
14th Jun '18 9:54:41 PM wolftickets1969
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Fe}}'', the final unlockable ability, which allows you to [[IBelieveICanFly fly everywhere at will]], requires you to collect all 75 Crystals, the last of which you can only get during the post-credits PlayableEpilogue. Other than the achievement, there's little to no use for it by this point, since you've pretty much seen everything there is to see.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Fe}}'', the final unlockable ability, which allows you Fe to [[IBelieveICanFly fly everywhere at will]], requires you to collect all 75 Crystals, the last of which you can only get during the post-credits PlayableEpilogue. Other than the achievement, there's little to no use for it by this point, since you've pretty much seen everything there is to see.
14th Jun '18 9:43:59 PM wolftickets1969
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Fe}}'', the final unlockable ability, which allows you to [[IBelieveICanFly fly everywhere at will]], requires you to collect all 75 Crystals, the last of which you can only get during the post-credits PlayableEpilogue. Other than the achievement, there's little to no use for it by this point.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Fe}}'', the final unlockable ability, which allows you to [[IBelieveICanFly fly everywhere at will]], requires you to collect all 75 Crystals, the last of which you can only get during the post-credits PlayableEpilogue. Other than the achievement, there's little to no use for it by this point.point, since you've pretty much seen everything there is to see.
14th Jun '18 9:43:19 PM wolftickets1969
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Fe}}'', the final unlockable ability, which allows you to [[IBelieveICanFly fly everywhere at will]], requires you to collect all 75 Crystals, the last of which you can only get during the post-credits PlayableEpilogue. Other than the achievement, there's little to no use for it by this point.
13th Jun '18 4:12:12 PM rixion
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* The BonusBoss of ''Franchise/{{Ys}}: The Ark of Napishtim'' is a GuideDangIt to find, and to beat it, you need to be near the AbsurdlyHighLevelCap. By that time, you probably won't even need the Eldian Orb from the treasure chest in its room. However, if you discover the room at a lower level, you can still dodge its attacks and grab the orb as a DiscOneNuke.

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* The BonusBoss of ''Franchise/{{Ys}}: The Ark of Napishtim'' ''Videogame/YsVITheArkOfNapishtim'' is a GuideDangIt to find, and to beat it, you need to be near the AbsurdlyHighLevelCap. By that time, you probably won't even need the Eldian Orb from the treasure chest in its room. However, if you discover the room at a lower level, you can still dodge its attacks and grab the orb as a DiscOneNuke.
6th Jun '18 4:07:43 PM Prometheus117
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* In ''VideoGame/MegaManZX'', going through Area N and defeating BonusBoss Omega [[spoiler:Zero]] allows access to an item that gives you [[GameBreaker Model OX]] when brought back to the HQ. The catch? Omega is EVEN HARDER than the already difficult final boss, and you can only get said item AFTER you cleared the game. To make matters worse, you can't even get it in Easy mode in the first place, making Model OX a textbook example of this trope. That is, unless, if you want to [[CosmeticAward stuff Prairie's room full of plushies]] with level 4 victories...

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* In ''VideoGame/MegaManZX'', going through Area N and defeating BonusBoss Omega [[spoiler:Zero]] allows access to an item that gives you [[GameBreaker Model OX]] when brought back to the HQ. The catch? Omega is EVEN HARDER than the already difficult final boss, and you can only get said item AFTER you cleared the game. To make matters worse, you can't even get it in Easy mode in the first place, making Model OX a textbook example of this trope. That is, unless, if you want to [[CosmeticAward stuff Prairie's room full of plushies]] with level 4 victories...victories and beat the BossRush and final boss silly with another run...
2nd Jun '18 9:06:34 AM Sunflorazumarill
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*** In the original Japanese ''VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue Pokémon Red and Green]]'', for filling out the Pokédex, you receive Mew, who can know every TM and HM move, but since by this point you'll have 100%'d the game, there's nothing left to do other than rematching the Elite Four.

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*** In the original Japanese ''VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue ''[[VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue Pokémon Red and Green]]'', for filling out the Pokédex, you receive Mew, who can know every TM and HM move, but since by this point you'll have 100%'d the game, there's nothing left to do other than rematching the Elite Four.
2nd Jun '18 9:05:41 AM Sunflorazumarill
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*** In the original Japanese ''VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue Pokémon Red and Green]]'', for filling out the Pokédex, you receive Mew, who can know every TM and HM move, but since by this point you'll have 100%'d the game, there's nothing left to do other than rematching the Elite Four.
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