History ThatOneBoss / Rosenkreuzstilette

26th Jun '16 6:17:51 AM darkabomination
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** In the Opening Stage, she was a WarmUpBoss that had a fairly simple pattern of throwing ice shards at you that could be dodged if you stayed to one side and jumped over them, and she doesn't turn red. She makes up for it in her home stage, what with her ability to throw more snowflakes than a ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' game that [[BulletHell fills a large chunk of the arena with ice]], constantly fires a wall of lasers that will have you jumping awkwardly between a narrow gap while walking away from the icicles, creates multiple ice clones that use Freudenstachel (what's basically an ice machinegun) that can have you wasting time attacking them as they're hard to distinguish between the original and don't take any damage, and worst of all, her weakness weapon only knocks off ''half'' of her HP before draining completely. After that, you'll have to do the rest yourself. Assuming, of course, you didn't use it on the Quick Man [[OneHitKill death]] [[FrickinLaserBeams beams]] earlier in her stage. To put that in perspective, her intro stage as mentioned has no changes in her pattern. You know the gloves are off when [[ThisIsGonnaSuck her healthbar is all red]]. Oh, and did we mention her stage itself is also ThatOneLevel thanks to said death beams?
* Freudia becomes harder in the rematch at [[spoiler:Iris Stage III]], for solely one reason: The arena the fight takes place at. Dodging her more dangerous attacks was somewhat easier because her boss stage was the most spacious out of all other bosses. The rematch stage feels cramped in comparison, her two most dangerous moves taking up the whole screen, leaving little to no room to dodge.
* Even if she's not about as tough as Freudia, there's no doubt that Grolla herself, as a boss, is still quite hard. Her unpredictable movements, as well as her fast tackle attack, can take off your health much quicker than you can say "plot device". And that's not all; her [[BeamSpam multi-cross-cut laser-like slash attack]] comes out fast and hard to avoid. Oh, and even if you use her weakness weapon, [[spoiler:Trauare Wrede's Klageharnisch]], she still isn't easy.
** It's also notable that both Freudia and Grolla are the only two bosses that aren't weak against their own weapon in the first game.
* As Spiritia, avoiding Trauare Wrede's attacks requires precise timing if you want to avoid getting hit by her Leviathan lunge and Klageharnisch. If she hits you with Leviathan, you'll likely lose one-third of HP in a single hit! It doesn't stop there; once she turns red, she'll unleash her DoppelgangerAttack to follow her during her lunging attacks, making this fight require some cat-like reflexes to dodge Trauare, slide under her first doppelgänger and almost immediately jump over the second. [[FromBadToWorse Worse still]], should you be too far away from her from her initial lunging attack, [[TheComputerIsACheatingBastard she WILL double back and lunge at you again, while her doppelgängers follow suit to make sure she hits you]]! Even worse still, If a player is unfortunate enough to gain too much distance from Trauare after dodging her attempt to thrust her Leviathan into you again, she can repeat this attack ad infinitum until she does. However, she's much easier if you take the low route in her stage. If you fight her there, the arena will be filled with water, giving you much more leeway in your jumps, and all you really have to worry about is not jumping too high into the spikes on the ceiling. The rematch in the penultimate stage doesn't have this luxury, however.

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** In the Opening Stage, she was a WarmUpBoss that had a fairly simple pattern of throwing ice shards at you that could be dodged if you stayed to one side and jumped over them, and she doesn't turn red. She makes up for it in her home stage, what with her ability to throw more snowflakes than a ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' game that [[BulletHell fills a large chunk of the arena with ice]], constantly fires a wall of lasers that will have you jumping awkwardly between a narrow gap while walking away from the icicles, creates multiple ice clones that use Freudenstachel (what's basically an ice machinegun) that can have you wasting time attacking them as they're hard to distinguish between the original and don't take any damage, and worst of all, her weakness weapon only knocks off ''half'' of her HP before draining completely. After that, you'll have to do the rest yourself. Assuming, of course, you didn't use it on the Quick Man [[OneHitKill death]] [[FrickinLaserBeams beams]] earlier in her stage. To put that in perspective, her intro stage as mentioned has no changes in her pattern. You know the gloves are off when [[ThisIsGonnaSuck her healthbar is all completely red]]. Oh, and did Did we mention her stage itself is also ThatOneLevel thanks to said death beams?
* ** Freudia becomes harder in the rematch at [[spoiler:Iris Stage III]], for solely one reason: The arena the fight takes place at. Dodging her more dangerous attacks was somewhat easier because her boss stage was the most spacious out of all other bosses. The rematch stage feels cramped in comparison, her two most dangerous moves taking up the whole screen, leaving little to no room to dodge.
* Even if she's not about as tough as Freudia, there's no doubt that Grolla herself, as a boss, is still quite hard. Her unpredictable movements, as well as her fast tackle attack, can take off your health much quicker than you can say "plot device". And that's not all; her [[BeamSpam multi-cross-cut laser-like slash attack]] comes out fast and hard to avoid. Oh, and even if you use her weakness weapon, [[spoiler:Trauare Wrede's Klageharnisch]], she still isn't easy.
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easy. It's also notable that both Freudia and Grolla are the only two bosses that aren't weak against their own weapon in the first game.
* As Spiritia, avoiding Trauare Wrede's attacks requires precise timing if you want to avoid getting hit by her Leviathan lunge and Klageharnisch. If she hits you with Leviathan, you'll likely lose one-third of your HP in a single hit! It doesn't stop there; once she turns red, she'll unleash her DoppelgangerAttack to follow her during her lunging attacks, making this fight require some cat-like reflexes to dodge Trauare, slide under her first doppelgänger and almost immediately jump over the second. [[FromBadToWorse Worse still]], should you be too far away from her from her initial lunging attack, [[TheComputerIsACheatingBastard she WILL double back and lunge at you again, while her doppelgängers follow suit to make sure she hits you]]! Even worse still, If a player is unfortunate enough to gain too much distance from Trauare after dodging her attempt to thrust her Leviathan into you again, she can repeat this attack ad infinitum until she does. However, she's much easier if you take the low route in her stage. If you fight her there, the arena will be filled with water, giving you much more leeway in your jumps, and all you really have to worry about is not jumping too high into the spikes on the ceiling. The rematch in the penultimate stage doesn't have this luxury, however.
26th Jun '16 6:08:04 AM darkabomination
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* In discussions about the game, all the bosses in the Sepperin Stages are mentioned frequently, especially the [[AdvancingWallOfDoom Cross Wall]]. This thing is similar to the Mecha Dragon from ''VideoGame/MegaMan2'', and for good reasons; you have to fight it on only a few block platforms above a [[BottomlessPits bottomless hole]], and the CreepyCoolCrosses and energy balls it shoots at you travel across the screen rather quickly, and not to mention, once they're above or below you, said energy balls can split in two and its two sections can travel both upwards ''and'' downwards. And what's worse? It shoots even more of them once it TurnsRed. And thanks to the thinness of the platforms, unless your character is standing on the opposite edge of where the attacks will hit, the knockback will kill you. It's weakness [[spoiler:
** It gets even worse when you fight it as Grolla, due to the fact that you'd have to get up close to it to actually damage it with your slash attack. Yeah, compared to the one in the main game, this thing in ''Rosenkreuzstilette Grollschwert'' is a complete and utter bastard.
* And the Deviled Egg, a.k.a. the Yellow Devil from the ''Mega Man'' series, appears in [[spoiler:Iris Stage II]]. Remember how hard the Yellow Devil was in the original ''Mega Man'' game? This guy's basically the same thing. The pieces of its body fly across the room so fast that they can be hard to jump over or slide under quickly. Its weak point is its eye, just like the Yellow Devil, except it opens up all over its body quite often, making it hard to hit. Oh, and what about when it turns red!? Yep, this thing has a new twist that makes it different from the Yellow Devil; once it turns red, [[GravityScrew it'll start flipping everything upside down every now and then]], and vice-versa! The flipping has the same effect as the waterfalls from before the fight; once you're flipped, your controls are reversed, which means dodging its attacks is harder. Oh yeah, and playing in ''Rosenkreuzstilette Grollschwert'' mode gives it a huge difficulty spike when fighting it as Grolla in comparison to fighting it as Spiritia.

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* In discussions about the game, all the bosses in the Sepperin Stages are mentioned frequently, especially the [[AdvancingWallOfDoom Cross Wall]]. This thing is similar to the Mecha Dragon from ''VideoGame/MegaMan2'', and for good reasons; you have to fight it on only a few block platforms above a [[BottomlessPits bottomless hole]], and the CreepyCoolCrosses and energy balls it shoots at you travel across the screen rather quickly, and not to mention, once they're above or below you, said energy balls can split in two and its two sections can travel both upwards ''and'' downwards. And what's worse? It shoots even more of them once it TurnsRed. And thanks to the thinness of the platforms, how narrow the platforms are, unless your character is standing on the opposite edge of where the attacks will hit, the knockback will kill you. It's weakness [[spoiler:
you.
** While ostensibly its weakness, [[spoiler:Klageharnisch]] is so unwieldy and awkward of an attack that aims vertically rather than horizontally, it tends to be discarded by many players even if it [[spoiler:can kill it in four hits]].
** It gets even worse when you fight it as Grolla, due to the fact that you'd have to get up close to it to actually damage it with your slash attack. Yeah, compared Since her charged slash is the only reliable attack that has the range to hit the thing, and is your weakest attack if her health is above 50%, the fight becomes all the more tediously frustrating. Compared to the one in the main game, this thing in ''Rosenkreuzstilette Grollschwert'' is a complete and utter bastard.
* And the The Deviled Egg, a.k.a. the Yellow Devil from the ''Mega Man'' series, appears in [[spoiler:Iris Stage II]]. Remember how hard the Yellow Devil was in the original ''Mega Man'' game? This guy's basically the same thing. The pieces of its body fly across the room so fast that they can be hard to jump over or slide under quickly. Its weak point is its eye, just like the Yellow Devil, except it opens up all over its body quite often, making it hard to hit. Oh, and what about when it turns red!? Yep, this thing has a new twist that makes it different from the Yellow Devil; once it turns red, [[GravityScrew it'll start flipping everything upside down every now and then]], and vice-versa! The flipping has the same effect as the waterfalls from before the fight; once you're flipped, [[InterfaceScrew your controls are reversed, reversed]], which means dodging its attacks is harder. Oh yeah, and playing in ''Rosenkreuzstilette Grollschwert'' mode gives it a huge difficulty spike when fighting it as Grolla in comparison to fighting it as Spiritia.harder.



* Before that, there's the Bospider, who's surprisingly just as tough as the boss of the same name in the original ''VideoGame/{{Mega Man X|1}}'' and its [[VideoGameRemake remake]], ''[[VideoGame/MegaManMaverickHunterX Maverick Hunter X]]''. The difficulty of figuring out where it will stop when it crawls down as well as the short amount of time it takes to shoot its red core before it closes back up, as well as its increasing speed as it takes damage explain it all. Oh, and there are also spears on the walls on each side of its arena. [[spoiler: Additionally, its weakness, Freudenstachel, has an oscillating firing pattern that makes it difficult to line up the attack with its weak point.]]

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* ** Before that, there's the Bospider, who's surprisingly just as tough as the boss of the same name in the original ''VideoGame/{{Mega Man X|1}}'' and its [[VideoGameRemake remake]], ''[[VideoGame/MegaManMaverickHunterX Maverick Hunter X]]''. The difficulty of figuring out where it will stop when it crawls down as well as the short amount of time it takes to shoot its red core before it closes back up, as well as its increasing speed as it takes damage explain it all. Oh, and there are also spears on the walls on each side of its arena. [[spoiler: Additionally, its weakness, Freudenstachel, has an oscillating firing pattern that makes it difficult to line up the attack with its weak point.]]
26th Jun '16 5:46:43 AM darkabomination
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Ah, yes, ''Rosenkreuzstilette''. This franchise brings so much nostalgia to those who have played classic games such as ''Franchise/MegaMan'' and ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}''. There's not even a single doubt that such a nostalgic series also has some despicably tough bosses that you'd find within the different adventures in the series. In fact, these guys and girls are the main reason why this series is NintendoHard, and why many players have been [[ThisLoserIsYou humiliated with]] [[ShoutOut several references]] to classic computer and video games on their respective stages' GameOver screens.

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Ah, yes, ''Rosenkreuzstilette''. This franchise brings so much nostalgia to those who have played the classic games such as ''Franchise/MegaMan'' and ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}''. There's not even ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}'' games. As a single doubt tribute to the difficulty of said games, you can be sure that such a nostalgic series also it has some despicably tough bosses that you'd find within the different adventures in the series. In fact, these guys and girls are the main reason why this series is NintendoHard, and why many players have been [[ThisLoserIsYou humiliated with]] [[ShoutOut several references]] to classic computer and video games on their respective stages' GameOver screens.
screens. As a rule of thumb, Grolla and Pamela's versions are harder by default with their damage output doubled and use of melee attacks that require close-up tactics. They'll be mentioned however if differences are notable enough to change the strategy of the fight.



* In discussions about the game, all the bosses in the Sepperin Stages are mentioned frequently, especially the [[AdvancingWallOfDoom Cross Wall]]. This thing is similar to the Mecha Dragon from ''VideoGame/MegaMan2'', and for good reasons; you have to fight it on only a few block platforms above a [[BottomlessPits bottomless hole]], and the CreepyCoolCrosses and energy balls it shoots at you travel across the screen rather quickly, and not to mention, once they're above or below you, said energy balls can split in two and its two sections can travel both upwards ''and'' downwards. And what's worse? It shoots even more of them once it TurnsRed.

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* In discussions about the game, all the bosses in the Sepperin Stages are mentioned frequently, especially the [[AdvancingWallOfDoom Cross Wall]]. This thing is similar to the Mecha Dragon from ''VideoGame/MegaMan2'', and for good reasons; you have to fight it on only a few block platforms above a [[BottomlessPits bottomless hole]], and the CreepyCoolCrosses and energy balls it shoots at you travel across the screen rather quickly, and not to mention, once they're above or below you, said energy balls can split in two and its two sections can travel both upwards ''and'' downwards. And what's worse? It shoots even more of them once it TurnsRed. And thanks to the thinness of the platforms, unless your character is standing on the opposite edge of where the attacks will hit, the knockback will kill you. It's weakness [[spoiler:



* And the Deviled Egg, a.k.a. the Yellow Devil from the ''Mega Man'' series, appears in [[spoiler:Iris Stage II]]. Remember how hard the original Yellow Devil was in the original ''Mega Man'' game? This guy's basically the same thing. The pieces of its body fly across the room so fast that they can be hard to jump over or slide under quickly. Its weak point is its eye, just like the Yellow Devil, except it opens up all over its body quite often, making it hard to hit. Oh, and what about when it turns red!? Yep, this thing has a new twist that makes it different from the Yellow Devil; once it turns red, [[GravityScrew it'll start flipping everything upside down every now and then]], and vice-versa! The flipping has the same effect as the waterfalls from before the fight; once you're flipped, your controls are reversed, which means dodging its attacks is harder. Oh yeah, and playing in ''Rosenkreuzstilette Grollschwert'' mode gives it a huge difficulty spike when fighting it as Grolla in comparison to fighting it as Spiritia.

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* And the Deviled Egg, a.k.a. the Yellow Devil from the ''Mega Man'' series, appears in [[spoiler:Iris Stage II]]. Remember how hard the original Yellow Devil was in the original ''Mega Man'' game? This guy's basically the same thing. The pieces of its body fly across the room so fast that they can be hard to jump over or slide under quickly. Its weak point is its eye, just like the Yellow Devil, except it opens up all over its body quite often, making it hard to hit. Oh, and what about when it turns red!? Yep, this thing has a new twist that makes it different from the Yellow Devil; once it turns red, [[GravityScrew it'll start flipping everything upside down every now and then]], and vice-versa! The flipping has the same effect as the waterfalls from before the fight; once you're flipped, your controls are reversed, which means dodging its attacks is harder. Oh yeah, and playing in ''Rosenkreuzstilette Grollschwert'' mode gives it a huge difficulty spike when fighting it as Grolla in comparison to fighting it as Spiritia.



* Before that, there's the Bospider, who's surprisingly just as tough as the boss of the same name in the original ''VideoGame/{{Mega Man X|1}}'' and its [[VideoGameRemake remake]], ''[[VideoGame/MegaManMaverickHunterX Maverick Hunter X]]''. The difficulty of figuring out where it will stop when it crawls down as well as the short amount of time it takes to shoot its red core before it closes back up, as well as its increasing speed as it takes damage, all explain it all. Oh, and there are also spears on the walls on each side of its arena. [[spoiler: Additionally, its weakness weapon, Freudenstachel, has an oscillating firing pattern that makes it difficult to line up the attack with its weak point.]]
* Freudia Neuwahl is also a major jump in difficulty from the other seven bosses (at least in her stage; in the Opening Stage, she was a WarmUpBoss), what with her ability to throw more snowflakes than a ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' game. Worst of all, her weakness weapon only knocks off ''half'' of her HP before draining completely. After that, you'll have to do the rest yourself. Assuming, of course, you didn't use it on the Quick Man [[OneHitKill death]] [[FrickinLaserBeams beams]] earlier in her stage. Oh, and did we mention her stage itself is also ThatOneLevel thanks to said death beams?

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* Before that, there's the Bospider, who's surprisingly just as tough as the boss of the same name in the original ''VideoGame/{{Mega Man X|1}}'' and its [[VideoGameRemake remake]], ''[[VideoGame/MegaManMaverickHunterX Maverick Hunter X]]''. The difficulty of figuring out where it will stop when it crawls down as well as the short amount of time it takes to shoot its red core before it closes back up, as well as its increasing speed as it takes damage, all damage explain it all. Oh, and there are also spears on the walls on each side of its arena. [[spoiler: Additionally, its weakness weapon, weakness, Freudenstachel, has an oscillating firing pattern that makes it difficult to line up the attack with its weak point.]]
* Freudia Neuwahl is also a major jump in difficulty from compared with the other seven bosses (at least in her stage; in RKS bosses.
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the Opening Stage, she was a WarmUpBoss), WarmUpBoss that had a fairly simple pattern of throwing ice shards at you that could be dodged if you stayed to one side and jumped over them, and she doesn't turn red. She makes up for it in her home stage, what with her ability to throw more snowflakes than a ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' game. Worst game that [[BulletHell fills a large chunk of the arena with ice]], constantly fires a wall of lasers that will have you jumping awkwardly between a narrow gap while walking away from the icicles, creates multiple ice clones that use Freudenstachel (what's basically an ice machinegun) that can have you wasting time attacking them as they're hard to distinguish between the original and don't take any damage, and worst of all, her weakness weapon only knocks off ''half'' of her HP before draining completely. After that, you'll have to do the rest yourself. Assuming, of course, you didn't use it on the Quick Man [[OneHitKill death]] [[FrickinLaserBeams beams]] earlier in her stage. To put that in perspective, her intro stage as mentioned has no changes in her pattern. You know the gloves are off when [[ThisIsGonnaSuck her healthbar is all red]]. Oh, and did we mention her stage itself is also ThatOneLevel thanks to said death beams?



** It can also be noted that both Freudia and Grolla are the only two bosses that aren't weak against their own weapon in the first game.
* As Spiritia, Trauare Wrede's attacks requires precise timing if you want to avoid getting hit by her Leviathan lunge ''and'' Klageharnisch. If she hits you with Leviathan, you'll likely lose one-third of HP in a single hit! It doesn't stop there; once she turns red, she'll unleash her DoppelgangerAttack to follow her during her lunging attacks, making this fight require some cat-like reflexes to dodge Trauare, slide under her first doppelgänger and almost immediately jump over the second. [[FromBadToWorse Worse still]], should you be too far away from her from her initial lunging attack, [[TheComputerIsACheatingBastard she WILL double back and lunge at you again, while her doppelgängers follow suit, to make sure she hits you]]! Even worse still, If a player is unfortunate enough to gain too much distance from Trauare after dodging her attempt to thrust her Leviathan into you again, it's possible she'll repeat this attack to ad infinitium until she hits you!
** However, she's much easier if you take the low route in her stage. If you fight her there, the arena will be filled with water, giving you much more leeway in your jumps, and all you really have to worry about is not jumping too high into the spikes on the ceiling. The rematch in the penultimate stage doesn't have this luxury, however.
* Spiritia in ''Rosenkreuzstilette Grollschwert'' takes Grolla's place because Grolla is playable in that mode. At first, she's not all that bad, but when she turns red, she becomes much worse than Grolla herself was as a boss. Her Freudenstachel attack becomes annoying as hell when you're on the ground, and she can also aim her Lustatem at you if you're climbing the walls of the area, which can also be annoying. And if you think that's bad enough, when she gets close enough to you, she'll call forth her charged Klageharnisch attack. [[spoiler:Since Klageharnisch was Grolla's weakness weapon in the main game,]] the resulting blast from her charged Klageharnisch may even kill you instantly!
* The first phase of the fight against [[TheGrimReaper Raimund Seyfarth]] pits you against his fast-flying scythe, Grassense. Grassense can be a pain because it flies around so fast, and in addition, several smaller scythes can also come flying at you really fast, which reminds players of how tough Death himself was in the ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}'' games (particularly to [[VideoGame/CastlevaniaI the original 1986 game]] and ''[[VideoGame/CastlevaniaRondoOfBlood Rondo of Blood]]''). Once you've done enough damage to Grassense for Raimund himself to turn red and face you head-on, though, the rest of the fight isn't too tough, unless you go ballistic and try to attack him when he's not doing his Grollschwert rain attack only for him to counter your attack with his own laser slash attack, of course.

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** It can It's also be noted notable that both Freudia and Grolla are the only two bosses that aren't weak against their own weapon in the first game.
* As Spiritia, avoiding Trauare Wrede's attacks requires precise timing if you want to avoid getting hit by her Leviathan lunge ''and'' and Klageharnisch. If she hits you with Leviathan, you'll likely lose one-third of HP in a single hit! It doesn't stop there; once she turns red, she'll unleash her DoppelgangerAttack to follow her during her lunging attacks, making this fight require some cat-like reflexes to dodge Trauare, slide under her first doppelgänger and almost immediately jump over the second. [[FromBadToWorse Worse still]], should you be too far away from her from her initial lunging attack, [[TheComputerIsACheatingBastard she WILL double back and lunge at you again, while her doppelgängers follow suit, suit to make sure she hits you]]! Even worse still, If a player is unfortunate enough to gain too much distance from Trauare after dodging her attempt to thrust her Leviathan into you again, it's possible she'll she can repeat this attack to ad infinitium infinitum until she hits you!
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does. However, she's much easier if you take the low route in her stage. If you fight her there, the arena will be filled with water, giving you much more leeway in your jumps, and all you really have to worry about is not jumping too high into the spikes on the ceiling. The rematch in the penultimate stage doesn't have this luxury, however.
* Since you're playing as Grolla in the alternate mode, Spiritia takes her place as the graveyard stage boss in ''Rosenkreuzstilette Grollschwert'' takes Grolla's place because Grolla is playable in that mode. Grollschwert''. At first, she's not all that bad, (she'll just fire the occasional charged shot and send Lilly after you, which is easily tellegraphed thanks to the sound cue), but when she turns red, she becomes much worse than Grolla herself was as a boss. Her For starters, Lilly will give her a Cross-Tank to refill her HP, her Freudenstachel attack becomes annoying as hell when you're on the ground, and she can also aim her Lustatem at you if you're climbing the walls of the area, which can also be annoying. And if you think that's bad enough, when she gets close enough to you, she'll call forth her charged Klageharnisch attack. [[spoiler:Since Klageharnisch was Grolla's weakness weapon in the main game,]] the resulting blast from her charged Klageharnisch may even kill you instantly!
instantly! More generally, she avoids what made Zero an AntiClimaxBoss in ''VideoGame/MegaManX5'' by constantly dashing and firing strong attacks, which as Grolla are legitimately a problem as she takes double damage that makes up for her slower speed and more obvious signs of attack. It's as if the creator wanted to fix everything that made X pathetic as a boss with this fight.
* The first phase of the fight against [[TheGrimReaper Raimund Seyfarth]] pits you against his fast-flying scythe, Grassense. Grassense can be a pain because it flies around so fast, and in addition, several smaller scythes can also come flying at you really fast, which reminds players of how tough Death himself was in the ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}'' games (particularly to [[VideoGame/CastlevaniaI the original 1986 game]] and ''[[VideoGame/CastlevaniaRondoOfBlood Rondo of Blood]]''). Once you've done enough damage to Grassense for that Raimund himself to will turn red and face you head-on, though, the rest of the fight isn't too tough, unless you go ballistic and try to attack him when he's not doing his Grollschwert rain attack only for him to counter your attack with his own laser slash attack, of course.
1st May '16 10:31:53 AM KF106
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* Even by final boss standards, the two-phase boss in the final [[spoiler:Iris]] stage is considered ''ABSOLUTELY RIDICULOUS'', so much so that it's not even funny. [[spoiler:First up, you have to face a BrainwashedAndCrazy Spiritia, who outshines even Iris herself in terms of difficulty, as dodging her attacks requires fast reflexes, split-second timing, a lot of patience, and a quick eye. Her attacks come out fairly fast, and most of them are hard to predict, meaning you'd have to react just as quickly in order to avoid them quickly. Perhaps her most infamous attack has her raining swords upon your head and then turning them into lightning bolts at the same time that she slides at you. After her, you face Seraphic Iris herself, whose attacks are just as fast and hard to dodge, and also require fast reflexes to avoid. More energy balls would come down and split into two more that quickly travel across the floor after the homing ones beforehand zoom in on you. Iris' larger homing energy balls would also require fast reflexes and plenty of patience to avoid completely, and lots of them would home in on you one at a time. And to top it all off, this is just about the only boss fight where the boss itself has an extended health bar. Oh, and if you think that's tough enough with Freudia, just wait until you get to this boss as Pamela.]] Have fun!

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* Even by final boss standards, the two-phase boss in the final [[spoiler:Iris]] stage is considered ''ABSOLUTELY RIDICULOUS'', so much so that it's not even funny. [[spoiler:First up, you have to face a BrainwashedAndCrazy Spiritia, who outshines even Iris herself in terms of difficulty, as dodging her attacks requires fast reflexes, split-second timing, a lot of patience, and a quick eye. Her attacks come out fairly fast, and most of them are hard to predict, meaning you'd have to react just as quickly in order to avoid them quickly. Perhaps her most infamous attack has her raining swords upon your head and then turning them into lightning bolts at the same time that she slides at you. After her, you face Seraphic Iris herself, whose attacks are just as fast and hard to dodge, and also require fast reflexes to avoid. More energy balls would come down and split into two more that quickly travel across the floor after the homing ones beforehand zoom in on you. Iris' larger homing energy balls would also require fast reflexes and plenty of patience to avoid completely, and lots of them would home in on you one at a time. Her multi-Blitzstrahl attack follows you one lightning bolt at a time, and Iris herself finishes up the attack with a whole line of lightning bolts that takes up much of the screen, and you would have to be on either edge of the screen to avoid this screen-filling technique completely. And to top it all off, this is just about the only boss fight where the boss itself has an extended health bar. Oh, and if you think that's tough enough with Freudia, just wait until you get to this boss as Pamela.]] Have fun!
1st May '16 10:28:50 AM KF106
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* Even by final boss standards, the two-phase boss in the final [[spoiler:Iris]] stage is considered ''ABSOLUTELY RIDICULOUS'', so much so that it's not even funny. [[spoiler:First up, you have to face a BrainwashedAndCrazy Spiritia, who outshines even Iris herself in terms of difficulty, as dodging her attacks requires fast reflexes, split-second timing, a lot of patience, and a quick eye. Her attacks come out fairly fast, and most of them are hard to predict, meaning you'd have to react just as quickly in order to avoid them quickly. Perhaps her most infamous attack has her raining swords upon your head and then turning them into lightning bolts at the same time that she slides at you. After her, you face Seraphic Iris herself, whose attacks are just as fast and hard to dodge, and also require fast reflexes to avoid. More energy balls would come down and split in two more that quickly travel across the floor after the homing ones beforehand zoom in on you. Iris' larger homing energy balls would also require fast reflexes and plenty of patience to avoid completely, and lots of them would home in on you one at a time. And to top it all off, this is just about the only boss fight where the boss itself has an extended health bar. Oh, and if you think that's tough enough with Freudia, just wait until you get to this boss as Pamela.]] Have fun!

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* Even by final boss standards, the two-phase boss in the final [[spoiler:Iris]] stage is considered ''ABSOLUTELY RIDICULOUS'', so much so that it's not even funny. [[spoiler:First up, you have to face a BrainwashedAndCrazy Spiritia, who outshines even Iris herself in terms of difficulty, as dodging her attacks requires fast reflexes, split-second timing, a lot of patience, and a quick eye. Her attacks come out fairly fast, and most of them are hard to predict, meaning you'd have to react just as quickly in order to avoid them quickly. Perhaps her most infamous attack has her raining swords upon your head and then turning them into lightning bolts at the same time that she slides at you. After her, you face Seraphic Iris herself, whose attacks are just as fast and hard to dodge, and also require fast reflexes to avoid. More energy balls would come down and split in into two more that quickly travel across the floor after the homing ones beforehand zoom in on you. Iris' larger homing energy balls would also require fast reflexes and plenty of patience to avoid completely, and lots of them would home in on you one at a time. And to top it all off, this is just about the only boss fight where the boss itself has an extended health bar. Oh, and if you think that's tough enough with Freudia, just wait until you get to this boss as Pamela.]] Have fun!
29th Nov '15 10:52:23 AM KF106
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* Even by final boss standards, the two-phase boss in the final [[spoiler:Iris]] stage is considered ''ABSOLUTELY RIDICULOUS'', so much so that it's not even funny. [[spoiler:First up, you have to face a BrainwashedAndCrazy Spiritia, who outshines even Iris herself in terms of difficulty, as dodging her attacks requires fast reflexes, split-second timing, a lot of patience, and a quick eye. Her attacks come out fairly fast, and most of them are hard to predict, meaning you'd have to react just as quickly in order to avoid them quickly. Perhaps her most infamous attack has her raining swords upon your head and the turning them into lightning bolts at the same time that she slides at you. After her, you face Seraphic Iris herself, whose attacks are just as fast and hard to dodge, and also require fast reflexes to avoid. More energy balls would come down and split in two more that quickly travel across the floor after the homing ones beforehand zoom in on you. Iris' larger homing energy balls would also require fast reflexes and plenty of patience to avoid completely, and lots of them would home in on you one at a time. And to top it all off, this is just about the only boss fight where the boss itself has an extended health bar. Oh, and if you think that's tough enough with Freudia, just wait until you get to this boss as Pamela.]] Have fun!

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* Even by final boss standards, the two-phase boss in the final [[spoiler:Iris]] stage is considered ''ABSOLUTELY RIDICULOUS'', so much so that it's not even funny. [[spoiler:First up, you have to face a BrainwashedAndCrazy Spiritia, who outshines even Iris herself in terms of difficulty, as dodging her attacks requires fast reflexes, split-second timing, a lot of patience, and a quick eye. Her attacks come out fairly fast, and most of them are hard to predict, meaning you'd have to react just as quickly in order to avoid them quickly. Perhaps her most infamous attack has her raining swords upon your head and the then turning them into lightning bolts at the same time that she slides at you. After her, you face Seraphic Iris herself, whose attacks are just as fast and hard to dodge, and also require fast reflexes to avoid. More energy balls would come down and split in two more that quickly travel across the floor after the homing ones beforehand zoom in on you. Iris' larger homing energy balls would also require fast reflexes and plenty of patience to avoid completely, and lots of them would home in on you one at a time. And to top it all off, this is just about the only boss fight where the boss itself has an extended health bar. Oh, and if you think that's tough enough with Freudia, just wait until you get to this boss as Pamela.]] Have fun!
29th Nov '15 10:51:14 AM KF106
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* Even by final boss standards, the two-phase boss in the final [[spoiler:Iris]] stage is considered ''ABSOLUTELY RIDICULOUS'', so much so that it's not even funny. [[spoiler:First up, you have to face a BrainwashedAndCrazy Spiritia, who outshines even Iris herself in terms of difficulty, as dodging her attacks requires fast reflexes, split-second timing, a lot of patience, and a quick eye. Her attacks come out fairly fast, and most of them are hard to predict, meaning you'd have to react just as quickly in order to avoid them quickly. After her, you face Seraphic Iris herself, whose attacks are just as fast and hard to dodge, and also require fast reflexes to avoid. More energy balls would come down and split in two more that quickly travel across the floor after the homing ones beforehand zoom in on you. Iris' larger homing energy balls would also require fast reflexes and plenty of patience to avoid completely, and lots of them would home in on you one at a time. And to top it all off, this is just about the only boss fight where the boss itself has an extended health bar. Oh, and if you think that's tough enough with Freudia, just wait until you get to this boss as Pamela.]] Have fun!

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* Even by final boss standards, the two-phase boss in the final [[spoiler:Iris]] stage is considered ''ABSOLUTELY RIDICULOUS'', so much so that it's not even funny. [[spoiler:First up, you have to face a BrainwashedAndCrazy Spiritia, who outshines even Iris herself in terms of difficulty, as dodging her attacks requires fast reflexes, split-second timing, a lot of patience, and a quick eye. Her attacks come out fairly fast, and most of them are hard to predict, meaning you'd have to react just as quickly in order to avoid them quickly. Perhaps her most infamous attack has her raining swords upon your head and the turning them into lightning bolts at the same time that she slides at you. After her, you face Seraphic Iris herself, whose attacks are just as fast and hard to dodge, and also require fast reflexes to avoid. More energy balls would come down and split in two more that quickly travel across the floor after the homing ones beforehand zoom in on you. Iris' larger homing energy balls would also require fast reflexes and plenty of patience to avoid completely, and lots of them would home in on you one at a time. And to top it all off, this is just about the only boss fight where the boss itself has an extended health bar. Oh, and if you think that's tough enough with Freudia, just wait until you get to this boss as Pamela.]] Have fun!
3rd Nov '15 5:50:20 PM KF106
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* Even by final boss standards, the two-phase boss in the final [[spoiler:Iris]] stage is considered ''ABSOLUTELY RIDICULOUS'', so much so that it's not even funny. [[spoiler:First up, you have to face a BrainwashedAndCrazy Spiritia, who outshines even Iris herself in terms of difficulty, as dodging her attacks requires fast reflexes, split-second timing, a lot of patience, and a quick eye. Her attacks come out fairly fast, meaning you'd have to react just as quickly in order to avoid them quickly. After her, you face Seraphic Iris herself, whose attacks are just as fast and hard to dodge, and also require fast reflexes to avoid. More energy balls would come down and split in two more that quickly travel across the floor after the homing ones beforehand zoom in on you. Iris' larger homing energy balls would also require fast reflexes and plenty of patience to avoid completely, and lots of them would home in on you one at a time. Oh, and if you think that's tough enough with Freudia, just wait until you get to this boss as Pamela.]] Have fun!

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* Even by final boss standards, the two-phase boss in the final [[spoiler:Iris]] stage is considered ''ABSOLUTELY RIDICULOUS'', so much so that it's not even funny. [[spoiler:First up, you have to face a BrainwashedAndCrazy Spiritia, who outshines even Iris herself in terms of difficulty, as dodging her attacks requires fast reflexes, split-second timing, a lot of patience, and a quick eye. Her attacks come out fairly fast, and most of them are hard to predict, meaning you'd have to react just as quickly in order to avoid them quickly. After her, you face Seraphic Iris herself, whose attacks are just as fast and hard to dodge, and also require fast reflexes to avoid. More energy balls would come down and split in two more that quickly travel across the floor after the homing ones beforehand zoom in on you. Iris' larger homing energy balls would also require fast reflexes and plenty of patience to avoid completely, and lots of them would home in on you one at a time. And to top it all off, this is just about the only boss fight where the boss itself has an extended health bar. Oh, and if you think that's tough enough with Freudia, just wait until you get to this boss as Pamela.]] Have fun!
2nd Nov '15 4:27:13 PM KF106
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* Even by final boss standards, the two-phase boss in the final [[spoiler:Iris]] stage is considered ''ABSOLUTELY RIDICULOUS'', so much so that it's not even funny. [[spoiler:First up, you have to face a BrainwashedAndCrazy Spiritia, who outshines even Iris herself in terms of difficulty, as dodging her attacks requires fast reflexes, split-second timing, a lot of patience, and a quick eye. Her attacks come out fairly fast, meaning you'd have to react just as quickly in order to avoid them quickly. After her, you face Seraphic Iris herself, whose attacks are just as fast and hard to dodge, and also require fast reflexes to avoid. More energy balls would come down and split in two more that quickly travel across the floor after the homing ones beforehand zoom in on you. Iris' larger homing energy balls would also require fast reflexes and plenty of patience to avoid completely, and lots of them would home in on you one at a time. Oh, and if you think that's tough enough, just wait until you get to this boss as Pamela.]] Have fun!

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* Even by final boss standards, the two-phase boss in the final [[spoiler:Iris]] stage is considered ''ABSOLUTELY RIDICULOUS'', so much so that it's not even funny. [[spoiler:First up, you have to face a BrainwashedAndCrazy Spiritia, who outshines even Iris herself in terms of difficulty, as dodging her attacks requires fast reflexes, split-second timing, a lot of patience, and a quick eye. Her attacks come out fairly fast, meaning you'd have to react just as quickly in order to avoid them quickly. After her, you face Seraphic Iris herself, whose attacks are just as fast and hard to dodge, and also require fast reflexes to avoid. More energy balls would come down and split in two more that quickly travel across the floor after the homing ones beforehand zoom in on you. Iris' larger homing energy balls would also require fast reflexes and plenty of patience to avoid completely, and lots of them would home in on you one at a time. Oh, and if you think that's tough enough, enough with Freudia, just wait until you get to this boss as Pamela.]] Have fun!
2nd Nov '15 4:25:25 PM KF106
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* Even by final boss standards, the two-phase boss in the final [[spoiler:Iris]] stage is considered ''ABSOLUTELY RIDICULOUS''. [[spoiler:First up, you have to face a BrainwashedAndCrazy Spiritia, who outshines even Iris herself in terms of difficulty, as dodging her attacks requires fast reflexes, split-second timing, a lot of patience, and a quick eye. Her attacks come out fairly fast, meaning you'd have to react just as quickly in order to avoid them quickly. After her, you face Seraphic Iris herself, whose attacks are just as fast and hard to dodge, and also require fast reflexes to avoid. More energy balls would come down and split in two more that quickly travel across the floor after the homing ones beforehand zoom in on you. Iris' larger homing energy balls would also require fast reflexes and plenty of patience to avoid completely, and lots of them would home in on you one at a time. Oh, and if you think that's tough enough, just wait until you get to this boss as Pamela.]] Have fun!

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* Even by final boss standards, the two-phase boss in the final [[spoiler:Iris]] stage is considered ''ABSOLUTELY RIDICULOUS''.RIDICULOUS'', so much so that it's not even funny. [[spoiler:First up, you have to face a BrainwashedAndCrazy Spiritia, who outshines even Iris herself in terms of difficulty, as dodging her attacks requires fast reflexes, split-second timing, a lot of patience, and a quick eye. Her attacks come out fairly fast, meaning you'd have to react just as quickly in order to avoid them quickly. After her, you face Seraphic Iris herself, whose attacks are just as fast and hard to dodge, and also require fast reflexes to avoid. More energy balls would come down and split in two more that quickly travel across the floor after the homing ones beforehand zoom in on you. Iris' larger homing energy balls would also require fast reflexes and plenty of patience to avoid completely, and lots of them would home in on you one at a time. Oh, and if you think that's tough enough, just wait until you get to this boss as Pamela.]] Have fun!
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