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24th Jul '17 2:15:15 PM MarsJenkar
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** Also in ''Super Metroid'', the final boss (Mother Brain) resorts to the Laser Brain Attack when dealt enough damage, draining three Energy Tanks (or six, if the player is not wearing the Varia Suit), about sixty-five Missiles, and Samus's entire supply of Super Missiles and Power Bombs. What qualifies it for this trope (given that the player can have up to nineteen Energy Tanks' worth of health by the end of the game) is that not only can it not be dodged, but she'll keep doing it until the player's health becomes low enough that one more Laser Brain Attack would be lethal; furthermore, if the player has more than one Energy Tank remaining, she'll rub in her imminent victory by launching weaker attacks at Samus (who at this point is too exhausted to move) until this is no longer the case. [[spoiler:Finally, she'll attempt to finish Samus off with one final Laser Brain Attack - at which point [[BigDamnHeroes the infant "Super Metroid" will rush in and save Samus's life]].]]

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** Also in ''Super Metroid'', the final boss (Mother Brain) resorts to the Laser Brain Attack when dealt enough damage, draining three Energy Tanks (or six, if the player is not wearing the Varia Suit), about sixty-five Missiles, and Samus's entire supply of Super Missiles and Power Bombs. What qualifies it for this trope (given that the player can have up to nineteen Energy Tanks' worth of health by the end of the game) is that not only can it not be dodged, but she'll keep doing it until the player's health becomes low enough that one more Laser Brain Attack would be lethal; furthermore, if the player has more than one Energy Tank remaining, she'll rub in her imminent victory by launching weaker attacks at Samus (who at this point is too exhausted to move) until this is no longer the case. [[spoiler:Finally, she'll attempt to finish Samus off with one final Laser Brain Attack - at which point [[BigDamnHeroes the infant "Super Metroid" will rush in and save Samus's life]].]]]] [[DownplayedTrope If Samus can't survive the first of the Laser Brain attacks, however, she will die]].


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** The boss of Snowdin will never hit you with a fatal attack. If the attack would normally be fatal, it instead reduces your health to 1 HP and ends the battle.
2nd Jul '17 12:29:21 PM RandomNumberReactor
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* ''[[Franchise/{{Onimusha}} Onimusha:Dawn of Dreams'' has [[HarderThanHard Oni Mode]], unlocked by beating game at Hard difficulty, in which ''all attacks'' that don't [[OneHitKO flat out kill you]] will have this effect, meaning that you die in two hits at most unless you heal yourself in between.

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* ''[[Franchise/{{Onimusha}} Onimusha:Dawn of Dreams'' Dreams]]'' has [[HarderThanHard Oni Mode]], unlocked by beating game at Hard difficulty, in which ''all attacks'' that don't [[OneHitKO flat out kill you]] will have this effect, meaning that you die in two hits at most unless you heal yourself in between.
2nd Jul '17 12:28:54 PM RandomNumberReactor
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* ''[[Franchise/{{Onimusha Onimusha:Dawn of Dreams}}'' has [[HarderThanHard Oni Mode]], unlocked by beating game at Hard difficulty, in which ''all attacks'' that don't [[OneHitKO flat out kill you]] will have this effect, meaning that you die in two hits at most unless you heal yourself in between.

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* ''[[Franchise/{{Onimusha ''[[Franchise/{{Onimusha}} Onimusha:Dawn of Dreams}}'' Dreams'' has [[HarderThanHard Oni Mode]], unlocked by beating game at Hard difficulty, in which ''all attacks'' that don't [[OneHitKO flat out kill you]] will have this effect, meaning that you die in two hits at most unless you heal yourself in between.
2nd Jul '17 12:28:34 PM RandomNumberReactor
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* ''[[Videogame/Onimusha Onimusha:Dawn of Dreams]]'' has [[HarderThanHard Oni Mode]], unlocked by beating game at Hard difficulty, in which ''all attacks'' that don't [[OneHitKO flat out kill you]] will have this effect, meaning that you die in two hits at most unless you heal yourself in between.

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* ''[[Videogame/Onimusha ''[[Franchise/{{Onimusha Onimusha:Dawn of Dreams]]'' Dreams}}'' has [[HarderThanHard Oni Mode]], unlocked by beating game at Hard difficulty, in which ''all attacks'' that don't [[OneHitKO flat out kill you]] will have this effect, meaning that you die in two hits at most unless you heal yourself in between.
2nd Jul '17 12:27:57 PM RandomNumberReactor
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* ''[[Franchise/Onimusha Onimusha:Dawn of Dreams]]'' has [[HarderThanHard Oni Mode]], unlocked by beating game at Hard difficulty, in which ''all attacks'' that don't [[OneHitKO flat out kill you]] will have this effect, meaning that you die in two hits at most unless you heal yourself in between.

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* ''[[Franchise/Onimusha ''[[Videogame/Onimusha Onimusha:Dawn of Dreams]]'' has [[HarderThanHard Oni Mode]], unlocked by beating game at Hard difficulty, in which ''all attacks'' that don't [[OneHitKO flat out kill you]] will have this effect, meaning that you die in two hits at most unless you heal yourself in between.
2nd Jul '17 12:24:42 PM RandomNumberReactor
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* ''[[Franchise/Onimusha Onimusha:Dawn of Dreams]]'' has [[HarderThanHard Oni Mode]], unlocked by beating game at Hard difficulty, in which ''all attacks'' that don't [[OneHitKO flat out kill you]] will have this effect, meaning that you die in two hits at most unless you heal yourself in between.
2nd Jun '17 9:46:07 AM Abodos
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* In ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess'', both the Nasty Soup and the Purple Chu have random properties, ranging from this trope to an unexpected full health recovery. Very risky indeed.

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* ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'':
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In ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess'', both the Nasty Soup and the Purple Chu have random properties, ranging from this trope to an unexpected full health recovery. Very risky indeed.indeed.
** In ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'', angering Magda three times by stepping on her flowers causes her to get so ticked off that she gives Link a massive beating that reduces his health to a single heart.
2nd Jun '17 9:46:05 AM Abodos
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