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6th Jan '17 9:59:51 AM Vrahno
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** In the 2016 story, not only do the Toa have to find six elemental creatures and collect six new masks (only one for each Toa), Umarak also has to locate the fragments of the shattered Mask of Ultimate Power -- which he achieves within seconds, likely due to the writers having to [[WrapItUp wrap things up as quickly as possible]].
31st Dec '16 12:19:19 AM ADrago
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* Both the ''VideoGame/BatenKaitos'' games have the Gathering, a sidequest to document ''every Magnus in the game''. Including pictures of enemies, quest magnus, and other things that can be easily LostForever. In the first game, one magnus takes ''336 hours, or two weeks in-game time'' to transform. And it does nothing in battle.

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* Both the ''VideoGame/BatenKaitos'' games have the Gathering, a sidequest to document ''every Magnus in the game''. Including pictures of enemies, quest magnus, and other things that can be easily LostForever.{{Permanently Missable|Content}}. In the first game, one magnus takes ''336 hours, or two weeks in-game time'' to transform. And it does nothing in battle.



*** [[SidetrackedByTheGoldenSaucer And it is fun!]] Too bad that the [[spoiler:Knuckle]] sculpture can be LostForever. Thankfully fixed in the HD rerelease.

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*** [[SidetrackedByTheGoldenSaucer And it is fun!]] Too bad that the [[spoiler:Knuckle]] sculpture can be LostForever.{{Permanently Missable|Content}}. Thankfully fixed in the HD rerelease.
27th Dec '16 1:01:05 PM MiddleEighth
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*The Nine-part Key in ''Fanfic/TheKeysStandAlone: The Soft World''. Only one of the pieces (the Amber Staff) is unique, but some are much harder to get than others. With the four coming in two years after the war started, the two main Power Groups are both down to the hardest pieces. The progress of the other groups is not known, though it's stated that at least one of them is concentrating on ambushing whichever PG finishes the Key.
**Also the set of instructions as to how to put the Key together and use it.
8th Dec '16 10:37:01 AM AHI-3000
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* ''WesternAnimation/JackieChanAdventures'': Each season has a group of artifacts or creatures that are targeted by the good and bad guys: Talismans, Demons, Talisman Spirits, Demon Masks, and cursed objects.

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* ''WesternAnimation/JackieChanAdventures'': Each In ''WesternAnimation/JackieChanAdventures'', each season has a group of magical artifacts or creatures that are targeted by both the good guys and the bad guys: Talismans, Demons, Demon Sorcerers, Talisman Spirits, Demon Animals, Oni Masks, and cursed objects.Demon Powers.
2nd Dec '16 8:59:31 PM Kayube
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*** As of the Generation IV games, just seeing the different 'mons is enough to satisfy the game's professor, so catching them is even more optional.
** There's this Pokémon called Vivillon, a butterfly whose wing patterns vary depending on your 3DS region. There are [[http://www.serebii.net/pokedex-xy/666.shtml 20]] patterns to gather (two of which are event-only), and some are even rare because of player rarity! There's a reason why people joke about it being the 666th Pokémon!
** Even more interestingly though, despite the slogan, actually catching every Pokémon has, in fact, been ''impossible'' ever since the first generation of games, at least without using cheating devices, exploiting glitches or playing hacked games. In the very first games from the 90's, Mew was unobtainable through normal gameplay, and ''every'' subsequent generation of games have included various "legendary" mons in their code that cannot be obtained without cheating or hacking.

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*** ** Starting with Generation III, the Pokédex has been separated into a few different categories of completion. For a while it was simply the "regional dex" (consisting of all the Pokémon that could be obtained in that set of games) and the "National Dex" (consisting of every Pokémon ever released, including those that had to be brought in from other games). ''VideoGame/PokemonXAndY'' and ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' break down the regional dex even further into sections corresponding to different areas of the map. ''X and Y'' also keep track of which Pokémon you've caught or bred in a Generation VI game and which you've only brought forward from previous ones.
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As of the Generation IV games, just seeing the different 'mons is enough to satisfy the game's professor, so catching them is even more optional.
optional, though you usually do get something for collecting them all as well. Even then, though, the game usually forgives you for not having the Mythical Pokémon- a group of promotion-only Pokémon that can't be obtained legitimately through actual gameplay.
** There's this Pokémon called Vivillon, a butterfly whose wing patterns vary depending on your 3DS region. There are [[http://www.serebii.net/pokedex-xy/666.shtml 20]] patterns to gather (two of which are event-only), and some are even rare because of player rarity! There's a reason why people joke about it being the 666th Pokémon!
** Even more interestingly though, despite
Pokémon! Similarly, you have Unown (which comes in 28 versions- one for each letter of the slogan, actually catching every alphabet plus ! and ?) and some other Pokémon has, in fact, been ''impossible'' ever since the first generation of games, at least without using cheating devices, exploiting glitches or playing hacked games. In the very first games from the 90's, Mew was unobtainable through normal gameplay, and ''every'' subsequent generation of games have included various "legendary" mons in their code that cannot be obtained without cheating or hacking.come in different variations.
29th Nov '16 12:37:57 PM MrLavisherMoot
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* ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoII'' also introduces the illegal car ring. In the Residential Sector, 8 hidden cars are placed around the map, each with a number painted on the roof. Jacking these cars automatically warps you to Wang Car$ (the same dealership from ''San Andreas'') and nets a small bonus. Completing the sidequest unlocks a fleet of rare vehicles in the lot, including a Tank, the Fire Truck with a flamethrower instead of a water cannon (previously used in a Scientist mission), and a Special Agent Car with a mounted machine gun.

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* ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoII'' ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto2'' also introduces the illegal car ring. In the Residential Sector, 8 hidden cars are placed around the map, each with a number painted on the roof. Jacking these cars automatically warps you to Wang Car$ (the same dealership from ''San Andreas'') and nets a small bonus. Completing the sidequest unlocks a fleet of rare vehicles in the lot, including a Tank, the Fire Truck with a flamethrower instead of a water cannon (previously used in a Scientist mission), and a Special Agent Car with a mounted machine gun.
20th Nov '16 1:49:24 PM WillKeaton
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* How many story arcs in the various ''Manga/DragonBall'' series have involved the heroes and villains racing to see which side can obtain all 7 of the Dragon Balls?[[labelnote:Answer]]Discounting ''GT'', there are five Dragon Ball-centric arcs (Pilaf, Red Ribbon, Great Devil King Piccolo, Saiyajin, and Freeza); that's approximately ''half'' of the overall story.[[/labelnote]]

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* How many story arcs in the various ''Manga/DragonBall'' series have involved the heroes and villains racing to see which side can obtain all 7 of the Dragon Balls?[[labelnote:Answer]]Discounting ''GT'', there are five four Dragon Ball-centric arcs (Pilaf, Red Ribbon, Great Devil King Piccolo, Saiyajin, and Freeza); that's approximately almost ''half'' of the overall story.[[/labelnote]]
13th Nov '16 5:06:37 PM WillKeaton
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*** Its remake, ''Kingdom Hearts Final Mix'', has all of the above (adding more of some) and then some, most notably Gummi missions and ten MetalSlime Heartless to be registered in the journal. There's one for each world, except Olympus Coliseum ([[labelnote:if you care…]]the Sniperwild in Traverse Town's Second District, which drops Power Stones; the Gigas Shadow in Wonderland's Bizarre Room, which drops Fury Stones; the Black Ballade in Deep Jungle's Bamboo Thicket, which drops Lightning Stones; the Pot Scorpion in Agrabah's Palace Gates, which drops Mythril Stones; the Grand Ghost in Monstro's Stomach, which drops Frost Stones; the Pink Agaricus in Atlantica's Undersea Cave (which also appears in the Treehouse in Deep Jungle), which drops Serenity Powers; the Chimera in Halloween Town's Manor Ruins, which drops Blaze Stones; the Jet Balloon on the ship's Deck in Neverland, which drops Dazzling Stones; the Stealth Soldier of Hollow Bastion, which appears in both the Entrance Hall and Grand Hall and drops Energy Stones; and the Neoshadow in the final room of End Of The World's Linked Worlds, which drops Stormy Stones.[[/labelnote]]). The American release of the game puts it on UsefulNotes/PlayStation3, which means that there are trophies to collect, too.

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*** Its remake, ''Kingdom Hearts Final Mix'', has all of the above (adding more of some) and then some, most notably Gummi missions and ten MetalSlime Heartless to be registered in the journal. There's one for each world, except Olympus Coliseum ([[labelnote:if Coliseum.[[labelnote:If you care…]]the care…]]The Sniperwild in Traverse Town's Second District, which drops Power Stones; the Gigas Shadow in Wonderland's Bizarre Room, which drops Fury Stones; the Black Ballade in Deep Jungle's Bamboo Thicket, which drops Lightning Stones; the Pot Scorpion in Agrabah's Palace Gates, which drops Mythril Stones; the Grand Ghost in Monstro's Stomach, which drops Frost Stones; the Pink Agaricus in Atlantica's Undersea Cave (which also appears in the Treehouse in Deep Jungle), which drops Serenity Powers; the Chimera in Halloween Town's Manor Ruins, which drops Blaze Stones; the Jet Balloon on the ship's Deck in Neverland, which drops Dazzling Stones; the Stealth Soldier of Hollow Bastion, which appears in both the Entrance Hall and Grand Hall and drops Energy Stones; and the Neoshadow in the final room of End Of The World's Linked Worlds, which drops Stormy Stones.[[/labelnote]]). [[/labelnote]] The American release of the game puts it on UsefulNotes/PlayStation3, which means that there are trophies to collect, too.
7th Nov '16 2:14:23 AM ShorinBJ
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* ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'' has the sidequest No Stone Unturned, where one must collect multiple Stones of Barenziah, [[GuideDangIt with absolutely no indication of where they are.]] It is frequently considered the game's ThatOneSidequest because of this.

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* ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'' has the sidequest No Stone Unturned, where one must collect multiple Stones of Barenziah, [[GuideDangIt with absolutely no indication of where they are.]] It is frequently considered the game's ThatOneSidequest because of this. Your reward is an active effect which causes you to find loads of precious gems all over the place, but by the time you find all the stones, you're not likely to find this useful anymore.
7th Nov '16 2:11:08 AM ShorinBJ
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* ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'' has the sidequest No Stone Unturned, where one must collect multiple Stones of Barenzia, [[GuideDangIt with absolutely no indication of where they are.]] It is frequently considered the game's ThatOneSidequest because of this.

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* ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'' has the sidequest No Stone Unturned, where one must collect multiple Stones of Barenzia, Barenziah, [[GuideDangIt with absolutely no indication of where they are.]] It is frequently considered the game's ThatOneSidequest because of this.
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