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23rd Apr '17 12:24:18 PM nombretomado
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* ''Franchise/TalesSeries''

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* ''Franchise/TalesSeries''''VideoGame/TalesSeries''
22nd Apr '17 5:35:32 PM nombretomado
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** And ''VideoGame/{{Super Robot Wars Z}}2: Hakai-hen'' adds the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sLGWRs-clFU Invincible Special]], a team-up of {{Sunrise}}'s three "Invincible" robots (Daitarn 3, Zambot 3, Trider G7). ''Saisei-Hen'' gives us the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NK-Pi3IO8tk Dankuu Souga Ken]], which is like the X-Strike but with the two Dancougar. ''Tengoku-hen'' has Aquarion LOVE, which is a Double Mugen Punch that ends with both Aquarions' punching arms turning into a heart.

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** And ''VideoGame/{{Super Robot Wars Z}}2: Hakai-hen'' adds the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sLGWRs-clFU Invincible Special]], a team-up of {{Sunrise}}'s Creator/{{Sunrise}}'s three "Invincible" robots (Daitarn 3, Zambot 3, Trider G7). ''Saisei-Hen'' gives us the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NK-Pi3IO8tk Dankuu Souga Ken]], which is like the X-Strike but with the two Dancougar. ''Tengoku-hen'' has Aquarion LOVE, which is a Double Mugen Punch that ends with both Aquarions' punching arms turning into a heart.
21st Apr '17 10:01:05 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Suikoden}}'' has the United Attack, which can only be used with certain people in your party but is generally more effective than having them attack singularly.

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* ''{{Suikoden}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Suikoden}}'' has the United Attack, which can only be used with certain people in your party but is generally more effective than having them attack singularly.
20th Apr '17 9:34:38 AM Golondrina
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** The ''Ninja Storm'' series of games introduced plenty of these, for both the heroes and villains, in [[VideoGame/NarutoShippudenUltimateNinjaStorm Revolution]]. Some of them involve three characters at once (Team 7, the Sand Siblings, etc).

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** The ''Ninja Storm'' series of games introduced plenty of these, for both the heroes and villains, in [[VideoGame/NarutoShippudenUltimateNinjaStorm Revolution]].''[[VideoGame/NarutoShippudenUltimateNinjaStormRevolution Revolution]]''. Some of them involve three characters at once (Team 7, the Sand Siblings, etc).
2nd Apr '17 4:12:04 PM nombretomado
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* The ''VideoGame/PhantasyStar'' series uses combination attacks that were triggered when the right attacks were used in order, leaving it up to the player to discover the correct combinations. ''PhantasyStarIV'' added the "Macro" system, allowing the player to set up macros that triggered them almost at will.

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* The ''VideoGame/PhantasyStar'' series uses combination attacks that were triggered when the right attacks were used in order, leaving it up to the player to discover the correct combinations. ''PhantasyStarIV'' ''VideoGame/PhantasyStarIV'' added the "Macro" system, allowing the player to set up macros that triggered them almost at will.
25th Mar '17 11:08:15 AM nombretomado
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* The ''Bleach'' [[NintendoDS DS]] fighters have only one of these when Kyoraku and Ukitake are in a team. It's not foolproof, but is respectably destructive.

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* The ''Bleach'' [[NintendoDS [[UsefulNotes/NintendoDS DS]] fighters have only one of these when Kyoraku and Ukitake are in a team. It's not foolproof, but is respectably destructive.
12th Mar '17 6:55:41 PM Raidrik
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* ''FanFic/TheBridge'' the end of the King Sombra arc has the tyrant finished off by a combination WaveMotionGun via Princess Cadance using her alicorn magic and Xenilla's plasma BreathWeapon while using the Crystal Heart as a magnifying device.
11th Mar '17 2:50:23 PM EpicLinkSam
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* ''Anime/YuGiOh'' does this in both the Anime/Manga and the card game. An example from the card game is "Dark Burning Magic", which requires both Dark Magician and Dark Magician Girl on the field. When done in the anime or manga, the attack name is usually a combination of the attack names of the contributors. An example is "Triple Burst Stream of Destruction" said when ALL THREE Blue-Eyes White Dragons attack at the same time. Strangely, it does not belong to the Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon, the fusion of the three Blue-Eyes White Dragond.
** The most famous one is the "Dark Cosmic Wave"(Shooting Spiral Sonic in the Japanese version) from the ''Anime/YuGiOhBondsBeyondTime'' movie. For once, the dub named it better. To explain the attack:
*** The "Dark" comes from Yugi's Dark Magician
*** The "Cosmic" can come from either Jaden's Elemental HERO Neos or Yusei's Stardust Dragon.
*** "Wave" doesn't really have a significant meaning. It's used in LOTS of attacks.
*** The Japanese version, "Shooting Spiral Sonic" is basically an upgrade of Stardust Dragon's "Shooting Sonic", the "Spiral" comes from the Light and Darkness combining by Neos and Dark Magician, respectively.
10th Mar '17 5:05:01 PM wootzits
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* ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphonia'' has Unison Attacks, which allow all four party members to use a special move in succession. If the right combination of special moves are used, they will "double-tech" together and create a final-addition attack on the enemy at the end.

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* ''Franchise/TalesSeries''
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''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphonia'' has Unison Attacks, which allow all four party members to use a special move in succession. If the right combination of special moves are used, they will "double-tech" together and create a final-addition attack on the enemy at the end.



** Invented in ''VideoGame/{{Tales of Eternia}}'', where Rid or Farah using certain techs at the same time as a certain spell was cast would combine the two into a special elemental weapon technique.

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** Invented in ''VideoGame/{{Tales of Eternia}}'', ''VideoGame/TalesOfEternia'', where Rid or Farah using certain techs at the same time as a certain spell was cast would combine the two into a special elemental weapon technique.



** In ''VideoGame/{{Tales of Hearts}}'', Unison Attacks can only be done when one character isn't even in battle. They're always between a character who's in battle and another one who's been called in from the back through the Assist Arte mechanic. This essentially allows a character to alter and/or power up their own move or spell by spending the CG to summon the assister.

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** In ''VideoGame/{{Tales of Hearts}}'', ''VideoGame/TalesOfHearts'', Unison Attacks can only be done when one character isn't even in battle. They're always between a character who's in battle and another one who's been called in from the back through the Assist Arte mechanic. This essentially allows a character to alter and/or power up their own move or spell by spending the CG to summon the assister.


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* ''VideoGame/TokyoMirageSessionsFE'': The combat system is based around the idea of a character on their turn hitting an enemy with an attack it's weak to, leading to each of your other party members (including benched ones after a certain point) automatically using attacks that chain together. Since the total party members are seven, this can lead to seven consecutive attacks (so long as someone doesn't use an attack that can't be chained). InUniverse, these strings of attacks are known as Sessions. If you think this makes you overpowered, mind that enemies can use Sessions too, so you may pay dearly for even a small mistake.
15th Jan '17 3:46:56 PM nombretomado
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* Though not technically an intended instance of this trope, hero spells from the {{RTS}} game ''VideoGame/WarcraftIII'' may be cast simultaneously for a much greater effect. This trope appears primarily in multiplayer environment, where many of these moves became cookie cutter with their repeated use, and are the driving force behind some of the strategies and counter-strategies, often faling into a category of the dreaded {{game breaker}}.

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* Though not technically an intended instance of this trope, hero spells from the {{RTS}} game ''VideoGame/WarcraftIII'' may be cast simultaneously for a much greater effect. This trope appears primarily in multiplayer environment, where many of these moves became cookie cutter with their repeated use, and are the driving force behind some of the strategies and counter-strategies, often faling falling into a category of the dreaded {{game breaker}}.



** In ''DefenseOfTheAncients'', a popular custom map for ''Warcraft III'', the gameplay revolves mostly around proper timing and aim of multiple hero skills.
* In ''BrutalLegend'' the player's avatar (either Eddie Riggs, Dark Ophelia, or Emperor Doviculus) can do double team attacks with any friendly unit during stage battles.

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** In ''DefenseOfTheAncients'', ''VideoGame/DefenseOfTheAncients'', a popular custom map for ''Warcraft III'', the gameplay revolves mostly around proper timing and aim of multiple hero skills.
* In ''BrutalLegend'' ''VideoGame/BrutalLegend'' the player's avatar (either Eddie Riggs, Dark Ophelia, or Emperor Doviculus) can do double team attacks with any friendly unit during stage battles.



* ''{{Ar Tonelico}} 2'' has the Reyvatiels able to use Synchronity Chains after getting into sync through use of Psyche attacks, and the securing of the knowledge of the Combo Magic. While just triggering the chain without a song that evolves to Combo Magic is still good (A very much extended Attack Phase), the Combo Magic can get scary powerful when amped up with Replakia and high Burst...

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* ''{{Ar ''VideoGame/{{Ar Tonelico}} 2'' has the Reyvatiels able to use Synchronity Chains after getting into sync through use of Psyche attacks, and the securing of the knowledge of the Combo Magic. While just triggering the chain without a song that evolves to Combo Magic is still good (A very much extended Attack Phase), the Combo Magic can get scary powerful when amped up with Replakia and high Burst...
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