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21st Apr '18 5:56:47 PM JapaneseTeeth
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* The [[BonusBoss Bonus Bosses]] in ''VideoGame/XenobladeChronicles all break the level cap, while the FinalBoss is around Level 80. This means that Despotic Arsene, a ''[[KillerRabbit Bunnit]]'', is considerably stronger that [[spoiler: the God of Bionis.]]

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* The [[BonusBoss Bonus Bosses]] in ''VideoGame/XenobladeChronicles ''VideoGame/XenobladeChronicles'' all break the level cap, while the FinalBoss is around Level 80. This means that Despotic Arsene, a ''[[KillerRabbit Bunnit]]'', is considerably stronger that [[spoiler: the God of Bionis.]]
15th Apr '18 6:46:21 AM MagBas
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*** Certain adaptations address this by explaining that Gym Leaders actually have many more Pokémon than they use to battle you, and they choose a team that corresponds to the skill level of each trainer challenging them.
14th Apr '18 11:58:36 AM Starlight36
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*** Certain adaptations address this by explaining that Gym Leaders actually have many more Pokémon that they use to battle you, and they choose a team that corresponds to the skill level of each trainer challenging them.

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*** Certain adaptations address this by explaining that Gym Leaders actually have many more Pokémon that than they use to battle you, and they choose a team that corresponds to the skill level of each trainer challenging them.
14th Apr '18 11:57:56 AM Starlight36
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*** Certain adaptations address this by explaining that Gym Leaders actually have many more Pokémon that they use to battle you, and they choose a team that corresponds to the skill level of each trainer challenging them.
11th Apr '18 5:01:29 AM BigKlingy
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* The FinalBoss of ''VideoGame/XenobladeChronicles2'' is said to be the strongest Artifice ever created. ...Despite the fact that another, supposedly lesser Artifice is one of the BonusBosses, and thus a lot stronger.

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* The FinalBoss of ''VideoGame/XenobladeChronicles2'' is said to be the strongest Artifice ever created. ...Despite the fact that another, supposedly lesser Artifice is one of the BonusBosses, [[BonusBoss Bonus Bosses]], and thus a lot stronger.
11th Apr '18 5:01:04 AM BigKlingy
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* The [[BonusBoss Bonus Bosses]] in ''VideoGame/XenobladeChronicles all break the level cap, while the FinalBoss is around Level 80. This means that Despotic Arsene, a ''[[KillerRabbit Bunnit]]'', is considerably stronger that [[spoiler: the God of Bionis.]]
* The FinalBoss of ''VideoGame/XenobladeChronicles2'' is said to be the strongest Artifice ever created. ...Despite the fact that another, supposedly lesser Artifice is one of the BonusBosses, and thus a lot stronger.
21st Mar '18 9:05:29 AM MagBas
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** Particularly bad offenders are the Gym Leaders; supposedly eight of the strongest Pokémon trainers, and yet the first Gym Leader has two Pokémon, of level 12 and 14, while ''wild'' Pokémon of level 30 and over are common-place later in the game. One theory is that Gym Leaders own multiple teams of Pokémon at various levels, and they try to match the levels of the challenging Trainer. In some games, in which you can re-challenge the Gym Leaders after becoming Champion, they have teams rivaling the Elite Four or Champion when you rematch them, far more powerful than anything they used in the base game, suggesting that those are their ''real'' teams.

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** Particularly bad offenders are the Gym Leaders; supposedly eight of the strongest Pokémon trainers, and yet the first Gym Leader has two Pokémon, of level 12 and 14, while ''wild'' Pokémon of level 30 and over are common-place later in the game. One theory is that Gym Leaders own multiple teams of Pokémon at various levels, and they try to match the levels of the challenging Trainer. In some games, in which you can re-challenge the Gym Leaders after becoming Champion, they have teams rivaling the Elite Four or Champion when you rematch them, far more powerful than anything they used in the base game, suggesting that those are their ''real'' teams.
21st Mar '18 6:34:58 AM DarkHunter
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** Particularly bad offenders are the Gym Leaders; supposedly eight of the strongest Pokémon trainers, and yet the first Gym Leader has two Pokémon, of level 12 and 14, while ''wild'' Pokémon of level 30 and over are common-place later in the game. One theory is that Gym Leaders own multiple teams of Pokémon at various levels, and they try to match the levels of the challenging Trainer. In some games, in which you can re-challenge the Gym Leaders after becoming Champion, they have Champion-ship level teams when you rematch them, far more powerful than anything they used in the base game, suggesting that those are their ''real'' teams.

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** Particularly bad offenders are the Gym Leaders; supposedly eight of the strongest Pokémon trainers, and yet the first Gym Leader has two Pokémon, of level 12 and 14, while ''wild'' Pokémon of level 30 and over are common-place later in the game. One theory is that Gym Leaders own multiple teams of Pokémon at various levels, and they try to match the levels of the challenging Trainer. In some games, in which you can re-challenge the Gym Leaders after becoming Champion, they have Champion-ship level teams rivaling the Elite Four or Champion when you rematch them, far more powerful than anything they used in the base game, suggesting that those are their ''real'' teams.
21st Mar '18 6:33:42 AM DarkHunter
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** Particularly bad offenders are the Gym Leaders; supposedly eight of the strongest Pokémon trainers, and yet the first Gym Leader has two Pokémon, of level 12 and 14, while ''wild'' Pokémon of level 30 and over are common-place later in the game.

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** Particularly bad offenders are the Gym Leaders; supposedly eight of the strongest Pokémon trainers, and yet the first Gym Leader has two Pokémon, of level 12 and 14, while ''wild'' Pokémon of level 30 and over are common-place later in the game. One theory is that Gym Leaders own multiple teams of Pokémon at various levels, and they try to match the levels of the challenging Trainer. In some games, in which you can re-challenge the Gym Leaders after becoming Champion, they have Champion-ship level teams when you rematch them, far more powerful than anything they used in the base game, suggesting that those are their ''real'' teams.
8th Feb '18 5:28:19 PM Vilui
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* A ''VideoGame/NeverwinterNights 1'' {{walkthrough}} listed the initial [[DoomedHometown destruction of the academy as]] "Attack of the 1 HP Kobolds" [[note]]actually, goblins[[/note]], who proceed to decimate a school full of several level 1 adventurers and ''all'' their teachers. Heck, most of the fellow student NPC's at the graduation ceremony die in the first battle!

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* A ''VideoGame/NeverwinterNights 1'' {{walkthrough}} listed the initial [[DoomedHometown destruction of the academy as]] "Attack of the 1 HP Kobolds" [[note]]actually, goblins[[/note]], who proceed to decimate a school full of several level 1 adventurers and ''all'' their teachers. Heck, most of the fellow student NPC's [=NPCs=] at the graduation ceremony die in the first battle!
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