12th Sep '14 6:54:20 AM Gess
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Which has absolutely nothing to do with this trope.
3rd Sep '14 10:33:12 PM ZicherCZ
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Added a Final Fight entry. Two players taking the trope Up To Eleven looks like a different example to me, hence the second indentation level.
31st Aug '14 4:55:59 PM OmegaKross
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minor correction.
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25th Aug '14 2:53:12 AM Omeganian
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18th Aug '14 7:21:18 AM mack
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18th Aug '14 7:15:01 AM mack
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18th Aug '14 6:47:39 AM mack
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10th Aug '14 11:35:01 AM Zaptech
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There's no indication of how many Galbadian soldiers are at the TV station (and if they were late-game paratroopers, they would have wiped the floor with the party at that point in the game). The train job is a covert extraction of the President, so getting detected ruins the entire plan, regardless of how "weak" the guards are.
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