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26th Mar '17 2:35:18 PM nombretomado
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** If you said that [[{{Okami}} Yami]] would be the boss of ''Tatsunoko vs. Capcom'' prior to its release, everyone would be mocking you. Improved upon in ''Ultimate All-Stars'', where some characters do in fact acknowledge 1) that Yami pulled their worlds together and 2) they had to beat it to undo said pulling.

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** If you said that [[{{Okami}} [[VideoGame/{{Okami}} Yami]] would be the boss of ''Tatsunoko vs. Capcom'' prior to its release, everyone would be mocking you. Improved upon in ''Ultimate All-Stars'', where some characters do in fact acknowledge 1) that Yami pulled their worlds together and 2) they had to beat it to undo said pulling.
24th Mar '17 7:44:53 AM BGFU
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** Mad Dummy, too. He appears somewhere near the middle of the game, fights you, then flees and never does anything significant for the rest of your run. His cousin, Napstablook, isn't very important to the plot either, but at least he ([[spoiler: plays a part in the Mettaton storyline, and he's the one who saves you from Mad Dummy.]]) The odd connection between these three relatively insignificant mini-bosses is that Mad Dummy's battle theme is the remix of Napstablook's theme, while Muffet's theme features remixed parts of Mad Dummy's theme.

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** Mad Dummy, too. He appears somewhere near the middle of the game, fights you, then flees and never does anything significant for the rest of your run. His cousin, Napstablook, isn't very important to the plot either, but at least he ([[spoiler: [[spoiler: plays a part in the Mettaton storyline, and he's the one who saves you from Mad Dummy.]]) ]] The odd connection between these three relatively insignificant mini-bosses is that Mad Dummy's battle theme is the remix of Napstablook's theme, while Muffet's theme features remixed parts of Mad Dummy's theme.
24th Mar '17 7:43:38 AM BGFU
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** Mad Dummy, too. He appears somewhere near the middle of the game, fights you, then flees and never does anything significant for the rest of your run. His cousin, Napstablook, isn't very important to the plot either, but at least he ([[spoiler: plays a part in the Mettaton storyline, and he's the one who saves you from Mad Dummy.]]) The odd connection between these three relatively insignificant mini-bosses is that Mad Dummy's battle theme is the remix of Napstablook's theme, while Muffet's theme features remixed parts of Mad Dummy's theme.
23rd Mar '17 12:08:58 AM KingMurdoc
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* ''[[VideoGame/BlazBlue BlazBlue]]: Chronophantasma'' and ''Centralfiction'' have [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Azrael.]] While he's not mindless, he's frequently referred to as the [[RedBaron Mad Dog]], as his existence seems to revolve solely around [[BloodKnight finding something to punch really hard.]] Even [[WordofGod the developers have stated]] that his purpose in the plot is simply being someone that anyone could fight at any given time. His origins are never explained; he just kind of shows up wherever.
19th Mar '17 9:14:57 AM nombretomado
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* ''VideoGame/CastleCrashers'' also does this in the final level. As far as the bosses of TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon go, [[spoiler:although the Necromancer and re-animated Cyclops were seen in the game previously, the burly painter with a lunchbox for a head who attacks by painting monsters that were ripped straight from {{Newgrounds}} was not.]]

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* ''VideoGame/CastleCrashers'' also does this in the final level. As far as the bosses of TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon go, [[spoiler:although the Necromancer and re-animated Cyclops were seen in the game previously, the burly painter with a lunchbox for a head who attacks by painting monsters that were ripped straight from {{Newgrounds}} {{Website/Newgrounds}} was not.]]
16th Mar '17 4:45:07 AM DFKJR
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** And even before the Wiggler fight, in the area that ties the main overworld with Chucklehuck Woods, there's a moment where you have to go through a maze of barrels where you can barely even see the Bros. Once you get to the end of the maze, the bro in back has been replaced with some green guy who promptly runs ahead once the bro in front realizes that the man behind him is not his brother. Once Mario and Luigi enter the next room, the green man (whose name is Popple) is talking with his sidekick, Rookie ([[spoiler:a brainwashed Bowser]]), and suddenly realizes the Mario Bros are watching, and engages a fight.

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** And even before the Wiggler fight, in the area that ties the main overworld with Chucklehuck Woods, there's a moment where you have to go through a maze of barrels where you can barely even see the Bros. Once you get to the end of the maze, the bro in back has been replaced with some green guy who promptly runs ahead once the bro in front realizes that the man behind him is not his brother. Once Mario and Luigi enter the next room, the green man (whose name is Popple) is talking with his sidekick, Rookie ([[spoiler:a brainwashed Bowser]]), ([[spoiler: Bowser had gained amnesia]]), and suddenly realizes the Mario Bros are watching, and engages a fight.
7th Mar '17 2:57:10 PM finalsurvivor1
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* ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiPartnersInTime'' generally gives each boss some relevance in some way. This is not the case with Commander Shroob, who just shows up to make sure the Toad Town/Star Hill area has a boss fight. No one mentions him before or after, and despite being affiliated with the villains, there's no other sign of him outside of his boss fight.
25th Feb '17 11:18:24 AM nombretomado
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* ''VideoGame/{{Drakengard}}'' is mostly a hybrid of ''VideoGame/DynastyWarriors''-style HackAndSlash and ''VideoGame/PanzerDragoon''/''AceCombat'' style flight combat. The TrueFinalBoss is a NintendoHard RhythmGame. It should noted that the game's soundtrack is primarily composed of classical music samples arranged to sound harsh and dissonant. All the other possible Final Bosses are fought in the same way you've been fighting for most of the game.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Drakengard}}'' is mostly a hybrid of ''VideoGame/DynastyWarriors''-style HackAndSlash and ''VideoGame/PanzerDragoon''/''AceCombat'' ''VideoGame/PanzerDragoon''/''VideoGame/AceCombat'' style flight combat. The TrueFinalBoss is a NintendoHard RhythmGame. It should noted that the game's soundtrack is primarily composed of classical music samples arranged to sound harsh and dissonant. All the other possible Final Bosses are fought in the same way you've been fighting for most of the game.
11th Feb '17 11:33:22 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''PuzzlePirates'' has "[[http://yppedia.puzzlepirates.com/Monkey_boat monkey boats]]". For [[strike:[[ForScience science]]!]] [[FakeBalance balance]].

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* ''PuzzlePirates'' ''VideoGame/PuzzlePirates'' has "[[http://yppedia.puzzlepirates.com/Monkey_boat monkey boats]]". For [[strike:[[ForScience science]]!]] [[FakeBalance balance]].
31st Jan '17 11:05:05 AM flodoris
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* In the very last part of the ''Franchise/{{Naruto}}'' series, Kaguya Otsutsuki shows up out of the blue and every bad thing that ever happened in the universe was attributed to her influence so the Uchiha couldn't be held responsible for all the evil things they did. It's very jarring considering every other villain in the series had heavy foreshadowing, or was a henchman of someone important. It's especially jarring considering the many years and hundred chapters spent with Madara [[spoiler:and a man calling himself Madara]] being the BigBad of the story and at least 2 or so years in the final battle against both him and his [[TheDragon dragon]] Obito. After all this, she's mentioned, introduced, and defeated within the final 40 chapters.

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* In the very last part of the ''Franchise/{{Naruto}}'' series, Kaguya Otsutsuki shows up out of the blue and every bad thing that ever happened in the universe was attributed to her influence so the Uchiha couldn't be held responsible for all the evil things they did. It's very jarring considering every other villain in the series had heavy foreshadowing, or was a henchman of someone important. It's especially jarring considering the many years and hundred chapters spent with Madara [[spoiler:and and a man calling himself Madara]] Madara being the BigBad of the story and at least 2 or so years in the final battle against both him and his [[TheDragon [[DragonInChief dragon]] Obito. After all this, she's mentioned, introduced, and defeated within the final 40 chapters.
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