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9th Dec '16 7:40:16 AM upupandaway42
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* ''Series/TheFlash2014'' has done this twice. In [[Recap/TheFlash2014S1E8FlashVsArrow "Flash vs. Arrow"]], [[Comicbook/TheFlash Barry]] is affected by a HatePlague, forcing [[Comicbook/GreenArrow Oliver]], the Series/{{Arrow}}, to take him down. In [[Recap/TheFlash2014S3E7KillerFrost "Killer Frost"]], both Barry and Cisco have to fight the titular villain, who is [[spoiler: Caitlin, having been taken over by her SuperPoweredEvilSide]].
29th Nov '16 4:55:10 PM DarkMask
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* One match during fan-vote episode of ''WesternAnimation/CelebrityDeathmatch'' pitted Adam Sandler and Chris Rock against one another, both of whom had no desire to fight to the death because they were close friends. It wasn't until referee Mills Lane started lowering a giant DeadlyRotaryFan on them under the guise that it would only stop once one of them is dead, did the two decided to begrudgingly try and kill one another. There are many other matches of two "friends" fighting, but typically its explained that they had some sort of heated argument or they are just alright with knocking out their business competition so this trope isn't usually invoked otherwise.
16th Nov '16 4:25:00 PM LavaringX
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* The '''''{{TOME}}''''' 5-year anniversary short features [[spoiler: Alpha fighting Zetto, who has at this point been revealed to actually be Kirbopher's alter ego. Since the Kirbopher character model was destroyed, Michael and Christopher hang out in the game using Chris's Zetto character model instead, and as such are able to have friendly battles without having to worry about any of the serious events that usually took place whenever Christopher was logged on as Zetto.]]

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* The '''''{{TOME}}''''' 5-year anniversary short features [[spoiler: Alpha fighting Zetto, who has at this point been revealed to actually be Kirbopher's alter ego. Since the Kirbopher character model was destroyed, Michael and Christopher hang out in the game using Chris's Zetto character model instead, and as such are able to have friendly battles without having to worry about any of the serious events that usually took place whenever Christopher was logged on as Zetto. Although since Kirbopher is really Zetto, technically any fight that took place between Alpha and Zetto in the past could be considered this, albeit unknowingly.]]
16th Nov '16 4:23:10 PM LavaringX
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* '''''{{TOME}}'''''

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* '''''{{TOME}}'''''The '''''{{TOME}}''''' 5-year anniversary short features [[spoiler: Alpha fighting Zetto, who has at this point been revealed to actually be Kirbopher's alter ego. Since the Kirbopher character model was destroyed, Michael and Christopher hang out in the game using Chris's Zetto character model instead, and as such are able to have friendly battles without having to worry about any of the serious events that usually took place whenever Christopher was logged on as Zetto.]]
16th Nov '16 4:18:18 PM LavaringX
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* '''''{{TOME}}'''''
26th Oct '16 1:33:43 AM Sammettik
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* The [[SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem Super Famicom]] game ''Anime/TenchiMuyo Game Hen'' has everyone's favorite SpacePirate Ryoko Hakubi as a late-game boss, following her [[DamselInDistress abuction]] by the BigBad halfway through the story. It's a bit of a subversion in that defeating Ryoko earns the player a Game Over; the object of the mission is to defeat the Ryoko ''clones'' (easily identifiable as [[PaletteSwap recolors]] of the real one]] who are acting as the real one's {{flunk|yBoss}}ies.

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* The [[SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem Super Famicom]] game ''Anime/TenchiMuyo Game Hen'' has everyone's favorite SpacePirate Ryoko Hakubi as a late-game boss, following her [[DamselInDistress abuction]] by the BigBad halfway through the story. It's a bit of a subversion in that defeating Ryoko earns the player a Game Over; the object of the mission is to defeat the Ryoko ''clones'' (easily identifiable as [[PaletteSwap recolors]] of the real one]] one) who are acting as the real one's {{flunk|yBoss}}ies.



** Arguably, battling the Dragon God (the fusion of the Six Dragons) is one such battle, since [[spoiler:Harle, the Lunar (Seventh) Dragon, merges with it irrevocably also]].

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** Arguably, battling Battling the Dragon God (the fusion of the Six Dragons) is one such battle, since [[spoiler:Harle, the Lunar (Seventh) Dragon, merges with it irrevocably also]].
20th Oct '16 3:03:04 PM totoofze47
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* ''Franchise/AceAttorney'' doesn't have actual "fights", but your goal as a defense attorney is to bring out the truth by finding contradictions in the witnesses' testimony, figuratively fighting them as well as the prosecutors who actively oppose you. Notable examples are below:
** 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.]]
** In the first half of the final case in ''Dual Destinies'', [[spoiler: Apollo testifies against Athena, where the latter is accused of murdering her mother many years ago. The turn of events forces Phoenix to cross examine Apollo to discredit his testimony. It turns out that Apollo testified because he ''wanted'' to be proven wrong due to his lie detecting bracelet going off whenever anyone talked to Athena about his mother and he didn't want to believe she was the killer. It turns out that she never committed the crime and just had traumatic and fuzzy memory of the event.]]
** ''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.]]



* ''Franchise/AceAttorney'' doesn't have actual "fights", but your goal as a defense attorney is to bring out the truth by finding contradictions in the witnesses' testimony, figuratively fighting them as well as the prosecutors who actively oppose you. Notable examples are below:
** 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.]]
** In the first half of the final case in ''Dual Destinies'', [[spoiler: Apollo testifies against Athena, where the latter is accused of murdering her mother many years ago. The turn of events forces Phoenix to cross examine Apollo to discredit his testimony. It turns out that Apollo testified because he ''wanted'' to be proven wrong due to his lie detecting bracelet going off whenever anyone talked to Athena about his mother and he didn't want to believe she was the killer. It turns out that she never committed the crime and just had traumatic and fuzzy memory of the event.]]
** ''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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* ''Franchise/AceAttorney'' doesn't have actual "fights", but your goal as a defense attorney is to bring out the truth by finding contradictions in the witnesses' testimony, figuratively fighting them as well as the prosecutors who actively oppose you. Notable examples are below:
** 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.]]
** In the first half of the final case in ''Dual Destinies'', [[spoiler: Apollo testifies against Athena, where the latter is accused of murdering her mother many years ago. The turn of events forces Phoenix to cross examine Apollo to discredit his testimony. It turns out that Apollo testified because he ''wanted'' to be proven wrong due to his lie detecting bracelet going off whenever anyone talked to Athena about his mother and he didn't want to believe she was the killer. It turns out that she never committed the crime and just had traumatic and fuzzy memory of the event.]]
** ''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.]]
17th Sep '16 6:27:05 PM JohnnyEagle
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** ''VideoGame/SuikodenII'': The duel between Riou and his best friend, Jowy, which gets briefly postponed when [[spoiler: Gordo's]] men mortally wound [[spoiler: Raiou's adopted sister, Nanami]]. In the end, if Raiou has recruited all [[OneHundredEight 108 Stars of Destiny]] before the final battle, he can [[spoiler: spare Jowy's life and get the best ending]].

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** ''VideoGame/SuikodenII'': The duel between Riou and his best friend, Jowy, which gets briefly postponed when [[spoiler: Gordo's]] men mortally wound [[spoiler: Raiou's Riou's adopted sister, Nanami]]. In the end, if Raiou Riou has recruited all [[OneHundredEight 108 Stars of Destiny]] before the final battle, he can [[spoiler: spare Jowy's life and get the best ending]].
17th Sep '16 6:25:55 PM JohnnyEagle
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** ''VideoGame/SuikodenII'': The duel between Raiou and his best friend, Jowy, which gets briefly postponed when [[spoiler: Gordo's]] men mortally wound [[spoiler: Raiou's adopted sister, Nanami]]. In the end, if Raiou has recruited all [[OneHundredEight 108 Stars of Destiny]] before the final battle, he can [[spoiler: spare Jowy's life and get the best ending]].

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** ''VideoGame/SuikodenII'': The duel between Raiou Riou and his best friend, Jowy, which gets briefly postponed when [[spoiler: Gordo's]] men mortally wound [[spoiler: Raiou's adopted sister, Nanami]]. In the end, if Raiou has recruited all [[OneHundredEight 108 Stars of Destiny]] before the final battle, he can [[spoiler: spare Jowy's life and get the best ending]].
16th Sep '16 1:51:11 PM Steven
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* ''Franchise/AceAttorney'': Although it's not traditional "fighting" per se, your goal as a defense attorney is to bring out the truth by finding contradictions in the witnesses' testimony, figuratively fighting them as well as the prosecutors who actively oppose you. In some cases in the games, even the main characters' friends can take the stand, forcing you to "fight" them the same way; A notable example is in ''Trials and Tribulations'', where [[spoiler:''Maya herself'' is one of the de facto final bosses, alongside Godot who she tries to defend]].




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* ''Franchise/AceAttorney'' doesn't have actual "fights", but your goal as a defense attorney is to bring out the truth by finding contradictions in the witnesses' testimony, figuratively fighting them as well as the prosecutors who actively oppose you. Notable examples are below:
** 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.]]
** In the first half of the final case in ''Dual Destinies'', [[spoiler: Apollo testifies against Athena, where the latter is accused of murdering her mother many years ago. The turn of events forces Phoenix to cross examine Apollo to discredit his testimony. It turns out that Apollo testified because he ''wanted'' to be proven wrong due to his lie detecting bracelet going off whenever anyone talked to Athena about his mother and he didn't want to believe she was the killer. It turns out that she never committed the crime and just had traumatic and fuzzy memory of the event.]]
** ''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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