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10th Jan '17 7:32:54 AM blurrylightning
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* ''[[VideoGame/InazumaEleven Inazuma Eleven 3:]][[UpdatedRerelease The Ogre]]'' has Neo Raimon, Red Team, and White Team. They have a superior version of Inazuma Japan's players, let's take Endou as an example. Neo Raimon Endou has Omega the Hand G5 (which is event exclusive), Konshin! (a move that powers up your move by 20% at the expense of more GP), Chowaza! (same concept as Konshin! but it takes 20% more TP instead of GP), and Power Element (same concept as the skills before, but it's a 50% boost; and it only activates if your typing is effective against theirs). This applies to just about every Inazuma Japan member in the three teams mentioned before.
6th Dec '16 4:35:12 PM BattleMaster
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* Notably {{averted}} in [[TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons Dungeons & Dragons]] third edition, where you can play as almost any monster in the books, and you can use any ability they have in the books. Discussed in Libris Mortis, a supplemental book about undead. {{Played Straight}} in 4th edition.

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* Notably {{averted}} in [[TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons Dungeons & Dragons]] third edition, where you can play as almost any monster in the books, and you can use any ability they have in the books.books, though due to the painfully restrictive rules for playing monster PCs, they end up being either completely useless (like powers that work well against humanoids like typical player character races but are useless against things like undead and demons) or the monster PC is so underleveled compared to whatever he's fighting that he can't reliable use the power or is too fragile to be going toe to toe with said monsters in the first place. Discussed in Libris Mortis, a supplemental book about undead. {{Played Straight}} in 4th edition.
22nd Nov '16 6:47:34 AM finalsurvivor1
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** ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIVApocalypse'' features a move called Imposing Stance, which cuts off a Press Turn from the enemy for one turn. This move is learnable. Its upgraded forms ([[spoiler:Black Rider]]'s Pressuring Stance, [[spoiler:YHVH]]'s Authoritative Stance, and [[spoiler:Stephen's Crack Code]]), however, are not, since for the most part, bosses don't have more than three Press Turns. Furthermore, Samyaza'a Makabuild (+3 Magic Attack) and [[spoiler:Black Rider]]'s Calibrate (+3 Hit/Evasion Rate) are unlearnable, and [[AscendedMeme DLC Mot's Guardian's Eye]] (a renamed Dragon Eye that was learnable in ''IV'') is also unlearnable. A few non-fusable bosses with unique skills (Shesha, [[spoiler:Vishnu-Flynn, YHVH, Hope, Hugo, En no Ozuno, and Stephen) have those skills blocked from use, too.

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** ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIVApocalypse'' features a move called Imposing Stance, which cuts off a Press Turn from the enemy for one turn. This move is learnable. Its upgraded forms ([[spoiler:Black Rider]]'s Pressuring Stance, [[spoiler:YHVH]]'s Authoritative Stance, and [[spoiler:Stephen's Crack Code]]), however, are not, since for the most part, bosses don't have more than three Press Turns. Furthermore, Samyaza'a Makabuild (+3 Magic Attack) and [[spoiler:Black Rider]]'s Calibrate (+3 Hit/Evasion Rate) are unlearnable, and [[AscendedMeme DLC Mot's Guardian's Eye]] (a renamed Dragon Eye that was learnable in ''IV'') is also unlearnable. A few non-fusable bosses with unique skills (Shesha, [[spoiler:Vishnu-Flynn, YHVH, Hope, Hugo, En no Ozuno, and Stephen) Stephen]]) have those skills blocked from use, too.
22nd Nov '16 6:47:07 AM finalsurvivor1
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** ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIVApocalypse'' features a move called Imposing Stance, which cuts off a Press Turn from the enemy for one turn. This move is learnable. Its upgraded forms ([[spoiler:Black Rider]]'s Pressuring Stance, [[spoiler:YHVH]]'s Authoritative Stance, and [[spoiler:Stephen's Crack Code]]), however, are not, since for the most part, bosses don't have more than three Press Turns. Furthermore, Samyaza'a Makabuild (+3 Magic Attack) and [[spoiler:Black Rider]]'s Calibrate (+3 Hit/Evasion Rate) are unlearnable, and [[AscendedMeme DLC Mot's Guardian's Eye]] (a renamed Dragon Eye that was learnable in ''IV'') is also unlearnable. A few non-fusable bosses with unique skills (Shesha, [[spoiler:Vishnu-Flynn, YHVH, Hope, Hugo, En no Ozuno, and Stephen) have those skills blocked from use, too.
22nd Nov '16 4:44:04 AM mijzelffan
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** [[ZigZaggingTrope Zig-zagged]] with the [[spoiler:Vampire [=DeRosso=]]], who attacks using copied monster skills which you CAN use upon getting the job. However, he has a monster skill, Bone Breaker, that no other enemy in the game can use, making it exclusive to him. [[spoiler:Until the loops, which let you fight him again. Bring a Vampire with you and you can now copy the move from him]], bringing it all full circle.
14th Nov '16 5:01:55 PM AsForMyHandle
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** [[VideoGame/KillerInstinct Killer Instinct on the SNES]] has this in the form of the boss and secretly player-usable Eyedol.[[note]] Choose Cinder as your character, and at the Vs Screen, press and hold Right on the D-Pad. While holding Right, press L, R, X, B, Y, A. If done correctly, a voice will say "Eyedol".[[/note]] As a boss, his "Energy Stomp" usually comes at the end of a multi-hit combo where he sends you flying with his huge club, and slowly recharges his HP as long as he's stomping. When you, the player, use him, doing the Energy Stomp does nothing at all except maybe lock you in place for a free hit by your opponent, even if used in exactly the same way as when he's in boss form. It's most obvious in Eyedol (Player-controlled) vs Eyedol (Boss) matches.

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** * [[VideoGame/KillerInstinct Killer Instinct on the SNES]] has this in the form of the boss and secretly player-usable Eyedol.[[note]] Choose Cinder as your character, and at the Vs Screen, press and hold Right on the D-Pad. While holding Right, press L, R, X, B, Y, A. If done correctly, a voice will say "Eyedol".[[/note]] As a boss, his "Energy Stomp" usually comes at the end of a multi-hit combo where he sends you flying with his huge club, and slowly recharges his HP as long as he's stomping. When you, the player, use him, doing the Energy Stomp does nothing at all except maybe lock you in place for a free hit by your opponent, even if used in exactly the same way as when he's in boss form. It's most obvious in Eyedol (Player-controlled) vs Eyedol (Boss) matches.
13th Oct '16 5:34:18 AM Sinister_Sandwich
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* Father Gascoigne, the first mandatory boss from ''VideoGame/BloodBorne'' is a hunter like you, and he wields the Hunter's Axe and Hunter's Pistol, weapons that you can access from the start of the game. However, Gascoigne has a number of moves the player can't replicate with these weapons. He can fire the pistol like a blunderbuss, fire it while wielding the axe with both hands, perform an uppercut with the axe that scrapes along the floor in a shower of sparks, do a one-handed lunge with the extended axe and best of all, he can[[spoiler: turn into a massive werewolf!]]
22nd Sep '16 12:04:08 AM ninjamitsuki2
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* In the North American version, enemy Katos in ''VideoGame/MonsterRancher 2'' can use Oil Fire and Oil Flame, two moves that your Katos can't learn normally. This is a result of rather halfassed censorship.

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* In the North American version, enemy Katos in ''VideoGame/MonsterRancher 2'' can use Katos could learn Oil Fire and Oil Flame, two moves that your Flame. The North American version made it impossible for Katos can't the player raises to learn normally. This is a result of rather halfassed censorship. it due to alcohol reference... The only problem is, they forgot to remove it from the enemy Katos moveset as well, leading to this trope.
22nd Sep '16 12:00:58 AM ninjamitsuki2
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* Enemy Katos in ''VideoGame/MonsterRancher 2'' can use Oil Fire and Oil Flame, two moves that your Katos can't learn normally.

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* Enemy In the North American version, enemy Katos in ''VideoGame/MonsterRancher 2'' can use Oil Fire and Oil Flame, two moves that your Katos can't learn normally.normally. This is a result of rather halfassed censorship.
20th Aug '16 7:00:35 AM Gosicrystal
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* In ''VideoGame/ArcStyleBaseball3D'', Normal and Macho pitchers controlled by the CPU can pitch two-seam fastballs. You can't when you control them.



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