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30th Sep '16 5:54:17 PM SonicGamer07
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* ''VideoGame/AzureStrikerGunvolt 2'' manages to ''invoke this trope.'' [[spoiler: To stop the FinalBoss's otherwise NighInvulnerable DesperationAttack, Gunvolt invokes the Muse's Anthem, "Reincarnation". Then a mic prompt appears in the top left, and the lyrics appear onscreen. That's right, ''you need to sing the song to defeat the final boss.'']]

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* ''VideoGame/AzureStrikerGunvolt 2'' manages to ''invoke this trope.'' [[spoiler: To stop the FinalBoss's otherwise NighInvulnerable DesperationAttack, Gunvolt invokes the Muse's Anthem, "Reincarnation". Then a mic prompt appears in the top left, and the lyrics appear onscreen. That's right, ''you need to sing the song to defeat the final boss.'']]'' Once you sing the opening lines, the song proper begins playing while the battle resumes, accompanied by onscreen lyrics for you to sing.]]
30th Sep '16 5:50:27 PM SonicGamer07
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* ''VideoGame/AzureStrikerGunvolt 2'' manages to ''invoke this trope.'' [[spoiler: To stop the FinalBoss's otherwise NighInvulnerable DesperationAttack, Gunvolt invokes the Muse's Anthem, "Reincarnation". Then a mic prompt appears in the top left, and the lyrics appear onscreen. That's right, ''you need to sing the song to defeat the final boss.'']]
29th Sep '16 4:37:14 AM tmantookie
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* The FinalBattle of ''VideoGame/{{Okami}}'' actually has ''two'' ThemeMusicPowerUp. The protagonist: Amaterasu, ''Sun Goddess''. The enemy: [[spoiler: Yami]], Lord of Eternal Darkness. Amaterasu is weak, beaten and on the verge of giving up until she [[spoiler: she receives the prayers of ''every single person in Nippon'', being inspired by Issun]]. Cue her not only healing, but [[spoiler: gaining full godhood as she becomes Shiranui]] while "Okami White Light plays majestically, leaving the player in awe. Once she is fully prepared and [[spoiler: Yami]] decides to charger her, the second song starts playing: "The Sun Rises". Yeah, the FinalBoss doesn't stand a chance.

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* The FinalBattle of ''VideoGame/{{Okami}}'' actually has ''two'' ThemeMusicPowerUp. The protagonist: Amaterasu, ''Sun Goddess''. The enemy: [[spoiler: Yami]], Lord of Eternal Darkness. Amaterasu is weak, beaten and on the verge of giving up until she [[spoiler: she receives the prayers of ''every single person in Nippon'', being inspired by Issun]]. Cue her not only healing, but [[spoiler: gaining full godhood as she becomes Shiranui]] while "Okami White Light Light" plays majestically, leaving the player in awe. Once she is fully prepared and [[spoiler: Yami]] decides to charger her, the second song starts playing: "The Sun Rises". Yeah, the FinalBoss doesn't stand a chance.
26th Sep '16 7:03:49 PM contrafanxxx
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* In the finale of ''Anime/ActiveRaid'', the first opening theme "Golden Life" plays as Takeru is launched into space for the FinalBattle.
21st Sep '16 5:05:00 PM nombretomado
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* In ''BatenKaitos Origins'', the TrueFinalBoss knocks the PowerTrio on its ass a few minutes into the fight, but then [[spoiler:Malpercio gives Sagi a RousingSpeech]], '[[CrowningMusicOfAwesome Le Ali Del Principio]]' starts up, and the trio get back on their feet. And this time, you ''know'' it's going down.

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* In ''BatenKaitos Origins'', the ''VideoGame/BatenKaitosOrigins'':
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TrueFinalBoss knocks the PowerTrio on its ass a few minutes into the fight, but then [[spoiler:Malpercio gives Sagi a RousingSpeech]], '[[CrowningMusicOfAwesome Le Ali Del Principio]]' starts up, and the trio get back on their feet. And this time, you ''know'' it's going down.
17th Sep '16 3:58:11 PM SailorTardis
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*** A tragic example: Ruby's TraumaticSuperpowerAwakening after witnessing [[spoiler: Pyhrra's death]] is a somber, distorted version of ''This Will Be the day'', the first opening theme.
9th Sep '16 8:03:50 AM Kazmahu
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* In ''LightNovel/HighSchoolDXD'''s final episode of the first season, the show's theme plays to accompany Issei finally taking the gloves off and /breaking/ Raiser.

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* In ''LightNovel/HighSchoolDXD'''s final episode of the first season, the show's theme plays to accompany Issei finally taking the gloves off and /breaking/ Raiser.[[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown breaking]] Raiser.
** The light novels have several times used Issei's InUniverse theme song to get him pumped up or pulled back from the brink of insanity. Said song is a horrifyingly embarrassing serenade to his love of tits, set to the tune of a children's TV show ([[RefugeInAudacity no, really]]), leading to some intense {{Bathos}} either way.
6th Sep '16 9:53:37 PM jboone93
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* ''Manga/OnePiece'' has [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vHWUv-biZsU"Gomu Gomu no Bazooka!"]], which often plays when Luffy finishes off the villains.

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* ''Manga/OnePiece'' has [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vHWUv-biZsU"Gomu com/watch?v=vHWUv-biZsU "Gomu Gomu no Bazooka!"]], which often plays when Luffy finishes off the villains.
26th Aug '16 9:02:02 PM RhetoricalRail
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** Part 4 has a theme known as "Breakdown" which plays to correspond with Josuke's moments of awesome. For Koichi "Courage" starts playing when he decides to get serious and engage the enemy.
20th Aug '16 12:59:23 PM Eilevgmyhren
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[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TI3LsvusVoE Ballad of revolt]], written by Norwegian composer Harald Sæverud, first performed at the great festival concert right after the end of WorldWarII, in august 1945. This music became an instant hit, because Sæverud had conceived this idea during the German occupation, getting a bit testy when he saw some German barracks on his way home. When this music was performed, the audience boiled over with rage, remembering what they had just been through.

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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TI3LsvusVoE Ballad of revolt]], written by Norwegian composer Harald Sæverud, first performed at the great festival concert right after the end of WorldWarII, in august 1945. This music became an instant hit, because Sæverud had conceived this idea during the German occupation, getting a bit testy when he saw some German barracks on his way home. When this music was performed, the audience boiled over with rage, remembering what they had just been through.
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