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11th Jun '18 9:32:15 PM Lone_Garurumon
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* BonusBoss Grindcore Minks from ''VideoGame/TheWorldEndsWithYou''. Also not-bonus-bosses [[spoiler:Kariya and Uzuki]] and [[spoiler:Shiki and Megumi]].

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* BonusBoss The [[BonusBoss Bonus Bosses]] Grindcore Minks and [[spoiler: Hanemoka's dual noise forms]] from ''VideoGame/TheWorldEndsWithYou''. Also not-bonus-bosses [[spoiler:Kariya and Uzuki]] and [[spoiler:Shiki and Megumi]].
11th Jun '18 12:18:50 AM infernape612
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* In the BossRush in the last level of ''Franchise/FireEmblem'', [[spoiler:the Morphs of Lloyd and Linus]] show up together. Earlier on is Jasmine and Paul.
** In ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius Radiant Dawn]]'', there's Pain and Agony, and in the endgame, Lekain and Hetzel.
** Valter and Caellach team up to kill you in Chapter 15 of ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemTheSacredStones The Sacred Stones]]''.



* Happens a couple of times in the ''Franchise/FireEmblem'' series.

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* Happens a couple of few times in the ''Franchise/FireEmblem'' series.series.
** In the BossRush in the last level of ''VideoGame/FireEmblemTheBlazingBlade'', [[spoiler:the Morphs of Lloyd and Linus]] show up together. Earlier on is Jasmine and Paul.


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** In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemRadiantDawn'', there's Pain and Agony, and in the endgame, Lekain and Hetzel.
11th Jun '18 12:17:36 AM infernape612
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* Happens a couple of times in the ''Franchise/FireEmblem'' series.
** In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemTheSacredStones'', Caellach and Valter both attack you at the same time in Chapter 15, and you have to wipe them and their combined armies out.
** In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates: Conquest'', Iago and Hans tag-team you at the end of the game, and are the final obstacles before facing Garon himself.



* ''VideoGame/{{Borderlands 2}}'' has you fight the brothers Boom and Bewm, with it turning into a FlunkyBoss after one of them dies.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Borderlands 2}}'' ''VideoGame/Borderlands2'' has you fight the brothers Boom and Bewm, with it turning into a FlunkyBoss after one of them dies.
25th May '18 12:05:51 PM WillKeaton
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* ''VideoGame/{{Plok}}'' has the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FvgW3XBo_9Q Bobbins Bros]]. Later on in the game (during a flashback when you play as Plok's grandpa), you have to fight against '''''[[WolfpackBoss THREE]]''''' of them.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Plok}}'' has the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FvgW3XBo_9Q Bobbins Bros]]. Bros.]] Later on in the game (during a flashback when you play as Plok's grandpa), you have to fight against '''''[[WolfpackBoss THREE]]''''' of them.
25th May '18 12:05:03 PM WillKeaton
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*** With the same boss appearing in a linked game of [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOracleGames Oracle of Ages/Seasons]].

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*** With the same boss appearing in a linked game of [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOracleGames ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOracleGames Oracle of Ages/Seasons]].Ages/Seasons]]''.
25th May '18 12:04:38 PM WillKeaton
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** And the trio of Lanmola sandworms, which they were based on, from ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkToThePast''.



** And the trio of Lanmola sandworms which they were based on from ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkToThePast''.
25th May '18 12:04:04 PM WillKeaton
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** Igos du Ikana's bodyguards, two stalfos who can only be killed by reflecting light in them.

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** Igos du Ikana's bodyguards, two stalfos who can only be killed by reflecting light in at them.
24th May '18 5:33:54 PM ZombieAladdin
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Not to be confused with the DuelBoss. Compare CognizantLimbs, WolfpackBoss. A PuppetFighter is a character in a fighting game who functions as this trope to anyone who faces them.

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Not to be confused with the DuelBoss. Compare CognizantLimbs, WolfpackBoss.WolfpackBoss, AsteroidsMonster. A PuppetFighter is a character in a fighting game who functions as this trope to anyone who faces them.



** ''VideoGame/BreathOfFireI'': The "SlimeX" fight against 3 slime-men, who later merge into a single entity.

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** ''VideoGame/BreathOfFireI'': The "SlimeX" "[=SlimeX=]" fight against 3 slime-men, who later merge into a single entity.


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** In ''[[VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon Sun & Moon]]'' and [[VideoGame/PokemonUltraSunAndUltraMoon their Ultra counterparts]], every Totem Pokémon you face in the Trial Challenge is this, though an unusual variant: The fight begins with the Totem alone, but it will summon a partner to gang up on your Pokémon, two-on-one, at the end of its first turn. If the partner is knocked out, the next partner will take its place at the end of the next turn (though the list is finite, and once you defeat the last partner, no more will appear). You only have to knock out the Totem Pokémon, however--once you defeat it, it will stop summoning partners.
24th May '18 5:22:58 PM ZombieAladdin
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* In combat robotics (such as ''Series/RobotWars'' and ''Series/BattleBots''), multibots, also known as clusterbots, function in this way. Notable examples are Typhoon Twins and Psycho Chicken on ''Robot Wars'' and Pack Raptors and Witch Doctor on ''[=BattleBots=]''. In both cases, the former are two robots identical in fuction and shape, while the latter is an asymmetrical scheme with a leader and a much smaller assistant--Scramble for Psycho Chicken and Shaman for Witch Doctor. The Cone Army would've been an exaggerated instance of this trope in that it was planned to have 37 units, but it was rejected by the [=BattleBots=] staff.

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* In combat robotics (such as ''Series/RobotWars'' and ''Series/BattleBots''), multibots, also known as clusterbots, function in this way. Notable examples are Typhoon Twins and Psycho Chicken on ''Robot Wars'' and Pack Raptors and Witch Doctor on ''[=BattleBots=]''. In both cases, the former are two robots identical in fuction and shape, while the latter is an asymmetrical scheme with a leader and a much smaller assistant--Scramble for Psycho Chicken and Shaman for Witch Doctor. It's not as unfair as it sounds--in all major robot combat competitions, multibots are put in the weight class of their ''combined'' weight, meaning each unit is otherwise at a weight disadvantage. The Cone Army would've been an exaggerated instance of this trope in that it was planned to have 37 units, but it was rejected by the [=BattleBots=] staff.
24th May '18 1:23:41 AM ZombieAladdin
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* In combat robotics (such as ''Series/RobotWars'' and ''Series/BattleBots''), multibots, also known as clusterbots, function in this way. Notable examples are Typhoon Twins and Psycho Chicken with Egg on ''Robot Wars'' and Pack Raptors and Witch Doctor with Shaman on ''[=BattleBots=]''. In both cases, the former are two robots identical in fuction and shape, while the latter is an asymmetrical scheme with a leader and an assistant. The Cone Army would've been an exaggerated instance of this trope in that it was planned to have 37 units, but it was rejected by the [=BattleBots=] staff.

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* In combat robotics (such as ''Series/RobotWars'' and ''Series/BattleBots''), multibots, also known as clusterbots, function in this way. Notable examples are Typhoon Twins and Psycho Chicken with Egg on ''Robot Wars'' and Pack Raptors and Witch Doctor with Shaman on ''[=BattleBots=]''. In both cases, the former are two robots identical in fuction and shape, while the latter is an asymmetrical scheme with a leader and an assistant.a much smaller assistant--Scramble for Psycho Chicken and Shaman for Witch Doctor. The Cone Army would've been an exaggerated instance of this trope in that it was planned to have 37 units, but it was rejected by the [=BattleBots=] staff.
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