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16th Mar '17 10:39:19 AM nombretomado
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* ''TheNamelessMod'' features this in the [=WorldCorp=] storyline. You'll be forced to fight [[spoiler: Slicer and Deus Diablo at some point. You also attempt to fight Phasmatis at one point, but this goes nowhere since he is effectively immortal.]] And if you attempt to do the [[spoiler: Ryan]] ending on a [=WC=] playthrough, you'll get this with [[spoiler: Kylie]] if you have rekindled your relationship with her.

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* ''TheNamelessMod'' ''VideoGame/TheNamelessMod'' features this in the [=WorldCorp=] storyline. You'll be forced to fight [[spoiler: Slicer and Deus Diablo at some point. You also attempt to fight Phasmatis at one point, but this goes nowhere since he is effectively immortal.]] And if you attempt to do the [[spoiler: Ryan]] ending on a [=WC=] playthrough, you'll get this with [[spoiler: Kylie]] if you have rekindled your relationship with her.
5th Mar '17 7:42:38 PM Prfnoff
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* In the final battle in Beyond Good & Evil, the BigBad possesses (and clones) Jade's friends, complete with mind fuck. ("It's your fault we're suffering!")
* In the Chicago History Museum mission in ''{{Stranglehold}}'', [[spoiler:your ally for most of the game, Jerry Ying, betrays you and murders Billie after you take down Damon Zakarov. After you chase his ass down, the BossBattle begins with Jerry revealing that he acted on orders from Wong, the "same guy who sent you to find her."]]

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* In the final battle in Beyond Good & Evil, ''VideoGame/BeyondGoodAndEvil'', the BigBad possesses (and clones) Jade's friends, complete with mind fuck. ("It's your fault we're suffering!")
* In the Chicago History Museum mission in ''{{Stranglehold}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Stranglehold}}'', [[spoiler:your ally for most of the game, Jerry Ying, betrays you and murders Billie after you take down Damon Zakarov. After you chase his ass down, the BossBattle begins with Jerry revealing that he acted on orders from Wong, the "same guy who sent you to find her."]]
1st Mar '17 9:22:41 AM LadyNorbert
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27th Feb '17 9:16:17 PM josh6243
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** In ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsV'', [[spoiler: whoever you chose as the protagonist will have to fight the other protagonist at some point in the game.]]

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** In ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsV'', [[spoiler: whoever you chose as the protagonist will have to fight the other protagonist at some point in the game.]]]] And before that, Tetsuya and the Great Mazinger leaves the group after they beat the Fourth and Fifth Angels. He reappears after Mazinger Z learns how to use the Iron Cutter attack and attacks Mazinger Z because he's afraid that Mazinger Z is [[spoiler:turning into Mazinger ZERO]]. He also attacks the Black Getter and causes Go to show up with Shin Getter Robo, reuniting Ryoma with Hayato and Benkei in the process. Later, Tetsuya's proven right and has to team up with Shinji [[spoiler:(who is piloting the Awakened EVA-01)]] and the others in order to stop the threat.
25th Feb '17 10:00:03 AM LadyNorbert
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** Hell, even in ''VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy'', Terra gets mind controlled into fighting one of the heroes, Cloud fights Firion to test the strength of his dream, [=WoL=] and Squall fight etc. It's not uncommon. The biggest difference between "friendly" fights and actual fights is that at the end, both heroes are still feeling alright, showing it was just a sparring match[[note]]The exception is Firion vs. Cloud, where Firion gets his butt royally handed to him, and almost loses control, coming close to seriously injuring Cloud[[/note]].

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** Hell, even in ''VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy'', Terra gets mind controlled into fighting one of the heroes, Cloud fights Firion to test the strength of his dream, [=WoL=] and Squall fight etc. It's not uncommon. The biggest difference between "friendly" fights and actual fights is that at the end, both heroes are still feeling alright, all right, showing it was just a sparring match[[note]]The exception is Firion vs. Cloud, where Firion gets his butt royally handed to him, and almost loses control, coming close to seriously injuring Cloud[[/note]].



* In ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins'', you have to fight [[CoolOldLady Wynne]] and Leliana if you choose to despoil the Urn of Sacred Ashes while they are in your party.
** You will also have to fight Wynne if you choose to ally yourself with the templars.
** In the sequel, you can end up fighting several of your companions in the end game if you don't push their Friendship or Rivalry all the way to the extreme.

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In ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins'', you have to fight [[CoolOldLady Wynne]] and Leliana if you choose to despoil the Urn of Sacred Ashes while they are in your party.
** *** You will also have to fight Wynne if you choose to ally yourself with the templars.
Templars while doing the "Broken Circle" quest.
** In the sequel, ''VideoGame/DragonAgeII'', you can end up fighting several of your companions in the end game if you don't push their Friendship or Rivalry all the way to the extreme.extreme.
** In the ''Trespasser'' DLC of ''VideoGame/DragonAgeInquisition'', you will have to fight [[spoiler:the Iron Bull, if you sacrificed the Chargers in the main game. There is ''no hint'' of this ahead of time, and it comes as a particular PlayerPunch if he was romanced.]]
24th Feb '17 7:08:25 PM contrafanxxx
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** In ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsV'', [[spoiler: whoever you chose as the protagonist will have to fight the other protagonist at some point in the game.]]
22nd Feb '17 5:56:52 PM Prfnoff
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', before you leave the Ruins, Toriel, whose previous interactions with you have been overwhelmingly friendly, insists on fighting you in the first BossBattle to prove yourself "strong enough to survive" outside. Unlike many examples of this trope, it's possible to actually kill Toriel by fighting her, and the game springs this PlayerPunch all too readily on unwary players by letting them land a killing blow with her LifeMeter only about half empty.
22nd Feb '17 5:32:33 PM Prfnoff
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* As ''ShinMegamiTenseiIV'' reaches its conclusion [[spoiler:you will have no choice but to fight two of the three companions that you were with for the entire game because they will disagree with whichever path you have chosen for Tokyo. It's made slightly easier with [[LawfulGood Jonathan]] and [[ChaoticGood Walter]], but only because each has already sacrificed his own body to become an all-powerful EldritchAbomination. The battle with [[NeutralGood Isabeau]], however, is undoubtedly the most heartbreaking PlayerPunch that the game has to offer.]]

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* As ''ShinMegamiTenseiIV'' ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIV'' reaches its conclusion [[spoiler:you will have no choice but to fight two of the three companions that you were with for the entire game because they will disagree with whichever path you have chosen for Tokyo. It's made slightly easier with [[LawfulGood Jonathan]] and [[ChaoticGood Walter]], but only because each has already sacrificed his own body to become an all-powerful EldritchAbomination. The battle with [[NeutralGood Isabeau]], however, is undoubtedly the most heartbreaking PlayerPunch that the game has to offer.]]
15th Feb '17 11:16:16 PM JustShortByProxy
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** In ''Ten Desires'', the Stage 1 boss is Yuyuko Saigyouji, the FinalBoss of ''Perfect Cherry Blossom''. She's actually holding back and only serves as as WarmupBoss, and after she's defeated gives the protagonist directions toward resolving the latest Incident.

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** In ''Ten Desires'', the Stage 1 boss is Yuyuko Saigyouji, the FinalBoss of ''Perfect Cherry Blossom''. She's actually holding back and only serves as as WarmupBoss, and after she's defeated gives the protagonist directions toward resolving the latest Incident. Applies especially if playing as Youmu Konpaku, her servant.
29th Jan '17 4:48:27 PM Gosicrystal
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** A notable example is in ''Trials and Tribulations'' where [[spoiler:''Maya herself'' is one of the de facto final bosses by being the game's final witness to cross examine, alongside Godot who she tries to defend.]]
** ''Apollo Justice'' has Kristoph, who is Apollo's mentor as a defense attorney. Apollo's first case snowballs when Phoenix Wright accuses Kristoph for murdering the victim and Apollo sides with Phoenix to find the truth, which you then cross examine your now former mentor. [[spoiler: Kristoph returns as the final witness in the final case, despite already being charged with murder from the first case, and you have to cross examine him again to prove he poisoned a young girl as well as giving Phoenix forged evidence, which got him disbarred from law.]]

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** A notable example is in In ''Trials and Tribulations'' where Tribulations'', [[spoiler:''Maya herself'' is one of the de facto final bosses by being the game's final witness to cross examine, cross-examine, alongside Godot (the killer) who she tries to defend.defend because he was once her sister's boyfriend.]]
** ''Apollo Justice'' has Kristoph, Kristoph Gavin, who is Apollo's mentor as a defense attorney. Apollo's first case snowballs when Phoenix Wright accuses Kristoph for murdering the victim and Apollo sides with Phoenix to find the truth, which you truth. You then cross examine your now former mentor. [[spoiler: cross-examine Kristoph and prove he's the killer. [[spoiler:Kristoph returns as the final witness in the final case, despite already being charged with murder from the first case, and you have to cross examine cross-examine him again to prove he poisoned a young girl as well as giving Phoenix forged evidence, which got him disbarred from law.]]



** ''Spirit of Justice'' has a double whammy in the final case for Apollo. [[spoiler: Phoenix agrees to help a client who is claiming that the Founder's Orb belongs to him while Apollo goes against him and claims the orb belongs to Dhruke. Apollo and Phoenix face each other in court in a civil case and even the judge is surprised to see the two attorneys go against each other. Phoenix pulls no punches and Apollo doesn't hold back either, but as the trial goes on, Apollo notices Phoenix is acting more odd and even becomes desperate to defend his client, which is very out of character for him. It turns out Phoenix was being blackmailed by his client because Maya was kidnapped by someone affiliated to the client. In the last stretch of the final case, Apollo's friend, Nahyuta, testifies against himself by admitting that he killed Dhruke. However, Nahyuta is only taking the heat so that his mother and sister isn't put in danger by the evil Queen that is behind the country's ridiculous laws.]]

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** ''Spirit of Justice'' has a double whammy in the final case for Apollo. [[spoiler: Phoenix [[spoiler:Phoenix agrees to help a client who is claiming that the Founder's Orb belongs to him while Apollo goes against him and claims the orb belongs to Dhruke.Dhurke. Apollo and Phoenix face each other in court in a civil case and even the judge is surprised to see the two attorneys go against each other. Phoenix pulls no punches and Apollo doesn't hold back either, but as the trial goes on, Apollo notices Phoenix is acting more odd and even becomes desperate to defend his client, which client (he usually is very out of character for him.in any normal case, but he comes up with ''even sillier'' arguments than usual). It turns out Phoenix was being blackmailed by his client because Maya was kidnapped by someone affiliated to the client. In the last stretch of the final case, Apollo's friend, Nahyuta, testifies against himself by admitting that he killed Dhruke. Dhurke. However, Nahyuta is only taking the heat so that his mother and sister isn't aren't put in danger by the evil Queen that is behind the country's ridiculous laws.]]
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