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6th Feb '16 8:23:14 PM PsychoticEevee
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* Most of religions eschatologies are like this: the Judaism is waiting for the coming of the Messiah since 4 000 years ago. Jesus appeared in the first century pretending to be that guy but eventually "left", saying he would come a second time for the Judgment Day to truly establish the Kingdom of God, and thus the Christians are also waiting since the time. In 622, Muhammad told the same more or less, adding "corrections" and notably details about the Mahdi, so Muslims are also waiting for somebody. In 1844, an Iranian called "the Bab" pretended to be the Mahdi, announcing the cycle of Apocalypse as foretold by the (Islamically corrected) Scriptures. He was eventually shot for blasphemy, and his adepts funded a new religion (the Bahaism) to continue his prophetism, but anyway, the Apocalypse looks stalled since the time. The Hinduism too got a lot of gods' avatars, but is still waiting for the "Krta Yuga" (the Golden Age). Same for the Buddhism, that 27 Buddhas taught to the World before the last we know, Siddhartha Gautama, and is still waiting for the great collapse of the world to begin a new cycle (which is not exactly the definitive end, however, just from our point of view). Whichever is true, anyway, everybody is still waiting in the meanwhile.
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* Most of religions eschatologies are like this: the Judaism is waiting for the coming of the Messiah since 4 000 years ago. Jesus appeared in the first century pretending to be that guy but eventually "left", left, saying he would come a second time for the Judgment Day to truly establish the Kingdom of God, and thus the Christians are also waiting since the time. In 622, Muhammad told the same more or less, adding "corrections" and notably details about the Mahdi, so Muslims are also waiting for somebody. In 1844, an Iranian called "the Bab" pretended to be the Mahdi, announcing the cycle of Apocalypse as foretold by the (Islamically corrected) Scriptures. He was eventually shot for blasphemy, and his adepts funded a new religion (the Bahaism) to continue his prophetism, but anyway, the Apocalypse looks stalled since the time. The Hinduism too got a lot of gods' avatars, but is still waiting for the "Krta Yuga" (the Golden Age). Same for the Buddhism, that 27 Buddhas taught to the World before the last we know, Siddhartha Gautama, and is still waiting for the great collapse of the world to begin a new cycle (which is not exactly the definitive end, however, just from our point of view). Whichever is true, anyway, everybody is still waiting in the meanwhile.
6th Feb '16 7:24:05 PM MrXilla
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* ''VideoGame/StreetFighterII The World Warrior'' surprises first time players by introducing three (non-playable) bosses to the world map after the first seven matches against the regular roster. The last of which is Sagat, the final boss of the original ''Street Fighter'' and the presumed final boss of the sequel. Upon defeating him however (no easy task), the game returns to the map screen and another boss appears: M.Bison.
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* ''VideoGame/StreetFighterII The World Warrior'' surprises first time players by introducing three (non-playable) bosses to the world map after the first seven matches against the regular roster. The last of which is Sagat, the final boss of the original ''Street Fighter'' and the presumed final boss of the sequel. Upon defeating him however (no easy task), the game returns to the map screen and another boss appears: M.Bison. This is averted in later updates where the bosses are playable and the sequence which introduces them is skipped.
6th Feb '16 7:22:00 PM MrXilla
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* ''VideoGame/StreetFighterII The World Warrior'' surprises first time players by introducing three (non-playable) bosses to the world map after the first seven matches against the regular roster. The last of which is Sagat, the final boss of the original ''Street Fighter'' and the presumed final boss of the sequel. Upon defeating him however (no easy task), the game returns to the map screen and another boss appears: M.Bison.
6th Feb '16 4:51:39 PM Vios
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* Happens in ''VideoGame/BaldursGate 2''. You defeat the BigBad and everything is fine and dandy, right? Wrongo. Because he's got a chunk of your soul inside him he drags you down to hell with him.
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* Happens in ''VideoGame/BaldursGate 2''.''VideoGame/BaldursGateII''. You defeat the BigBad and everything is fine and dandy, right? Wrongo. Because he's got a chunk of your soul inside him he drags you down to hell with him.
6th Feb '16 10:26:44 AM iwantedtoaddsomething
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(Player is then forced to replay the last six levels, on a time limit.)
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(Player is then forced to replay the last six levels, on a time limit.)limit)
6th Feb '16 10:26:29 AM iwantedtoaddsomething
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(Player is then forced to replay the last six levels. On a ''time limit''.)
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(Player is then forced to replay the last six levels. On levels, on a ''time limit''.time limit.)
1st Feb '16 6:25:46 PM nombretomado
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* There's a fairly nasty use of this in TadWilliams' epic fantasy series ''Literature/MemorySorrowAndThorn''. Near the end, as the heroes are fighting their way into Green Angel Tower for the final confrontation with the [[BigBad Storm King]], they encounter EvilSorcerer Pryrates finishing off the last of the heroic army's decoy soldiers. [[RebelliousPrincess Miriamele]] catches him by surprise and apparently kills him with a Norn arrow. Of course, it's not that easy, as he proceeds to get up a moment later, complete with EvilGloating.
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* There's a fairly nasty use of this in TadWilliams' Creator/TadWilliams' epic fantasy series ''Literature/MemorySorrowAndThorn''. Near the end, as the heroes are fighting their way into Green Angel Tower for the final confrontation with the [[BigBad Storm King]], they encounter EvilSorcerer Pryrates finishing off the last of the heroic army's decoy soldiers. [[RebelliousPrincess Miriamele]] catches him by surprise and apparently kills him with a Norn arrow. Of course, it's not that easy, as he proceeds to get up a moment later, complete with EvilGloating.
1st Feb '16 11:17:31 AM littlebeeper
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* Near the end of ''VideoGame/SplinterCellPandoraTomorrow'', you've disabled seemingly all the ND133 virus bombs and captured BigBad Suhadi Sadono, but the {{Dragon}}, Norman Soth, has escaped with the last "pox box" and is preparing to detonate it at LAX.
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* Near the end of ''VideoGame/SplinterCellPandoraTomorrow'', you've disabled seemingly all the ND133 [=ND133=] virus bombs and captured BigBad Suhadi Sadono, but the {{Dragon}}, Norman Soth, has escaped with the last "pox box" and is preparing to detonate it at LAX.
27th Jan '16 4:09:39 AM ben9192
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* Most of religions eschatologies are like this: the Judaism is waiting for the coming of the Messiah since 4 000 years. Jesus appeared in the first century pretending to be that guy but eventually "left", saying he would come a second time for the Judgment Day to truly establish the Kingdom of God, and thus the Christians are also waiting since that time. In 622, Muhammad told the same more or less, adding details about the Mahdi, so Muslims are also waiting. The Hinduism too got a lot of gods' avatars, but is still waiting for the "Krta Yuga" (the Golden Age). Same for the Buddhism, which was taught by 27 Buddhas before the last we know, Siddhartha Gautama, and is still waiting for the great collapse of the world to begin a new cycle (which is not exactly the definitive end, however, just from our point of view). Whichever is true, anyway, everybody is still waiting in the meanwhile.
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* Most of religions eschatologies are like this: the Judaism is waiting for the coming of the Messiah since 4 000 years. years ago. Jesus appeared in the first century pretending to be that guy but eventually "left", saying he would come a second time for the Judgment Day to truly establish the Kingdom of God, and thus the Christians are also waiting since that the time. In 622, Muhammad told the same more or less, adding "corrections" and notably details about the Mahdi, so Muslims are also waiting.waiting for somebody. In 1844, an Iranian called "the Bab" pretended to be the Mahdi, announcing the cycle of Apocalypse as foretold by the (Islamically corrected) Scriptures. He was eventually shot for blasphemy, and his adepts funded a new religion (the Bahaism) to continue his prophetism, but anyway, the Apocalypse looks stalled since the time. The Hinduism too got a lot of gods' avatars, but is still waiting for the "Krta Yuga" (the Golden Age). Same for the Buddhism, which was taught by that 27 Buddhas taught to the World before the last we know, Siddhartha Gautama, and is still waiting for the great collapse of the world to begin a new cycle (which is not exactly the definitive end, however, just from our point of view). Whichever is true, anyway, everybody is still waiting in the meanwhile.
25th Jan '16 7:51:17 PM wolftickets1969
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* ''VideoGame/WonderBoy'' normally ends at Area 7, unless you [[GottaCollectThemAll collected all the Dolls]], where upon you go to Area 8 and the TrueFinalBoss.
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