History VideoGame / Bayonetta

11th Apr '18 12:43:37 PM greatpikminfan
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* FamousLastWords: "May Jubileus, the Creator, grace you!" [[spoiler:Said by the four Cardinal Virtues during each of their deaths. Balder also says it when faking his death]].

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* FamousLastWords: "May Jubileus, the Creator, grace you!" [[spoiler:Said by the four Cardinal Virtues during each of their deaths. deaths, in Enochian. Balder also says it when faking his death]].death, but in English]].



* {{Stripperiffic}}: Bayonetta uses her hair as clothing. But she also uses her hair to summon demons! And since she cannot do both at thesame time, her clothing vanishes during her summons.

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* {{Stripperiffic}}: Bayonetta uses her hair as clothing. But she also uses her hair clothing and to summon demons! demons. And since she cannot do both at thesame the same time, her clothing vanishes during her summons.


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* UniqueEnemy: Chapter VIII has Irenics, car-like angels that are only seen in that chapter and are only fought during the motorcycle segments.
9th Apr '18 1:28:33 AM tigerstar
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* HeavenAndHell: Paradiso and Inferno respectively, borrowing terminology from [[Creator/DanteAlighieri Dante's]] ''[[Literature/TheDivineComedy The Divine Comedy]]''.
7th Apr '18 10:41:09 PM Morgenthaler
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* DressedLikeADominatrix: This antihero witch wears a black SexyBacklessOutfit with gloves and high-heels ([[ArmedLegs which double as her guns]]), and can use whips to attacks. The only catch is that the whole costume is actually made out of her hair, and whips are usually hair as well.
4th Apr '18 9:26:27 PM Maetch
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* InterfaceScrew: When Bayonetta is close to dying, spectral claws appear around the screen to emphasize her impending fate in Inferno should she perish.
3rd Apr '18 2:32:10 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* {{Backtracking}}: Several hidden Verses, including Alfheim portals, require you to go back to previous areas when you have no apparent reason to do so. If you just plow straight ahead, don't be surprised if you see a bunch of empty spaces in your medal tally followed by a Stone Award (as skipped Verses count as Stone Medals in award calculations).

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* {{Backtracking}}: Several hidden Verses, including Alfheim portals, require you to go back to previous areas when you have no apparent reason to do so. If you just plow straight ahead, don't be surprised if you see a bunch of empty spaces in your end-of-chapter medal tally followed by a Stone Award (as skipped Verses count as Stone Medals in award calculations).
3rd Apr '18 2:31:54 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* {{Backtracking}}: Several hidden Verses, including Alfheim portals, require you to go back to previous areas when you have no apparent reason to do so. If you just plow straight ahead, don't be surprised if you see a bunch of empty spaces in your medal tally followed by a Stone award (as skipped Verses count as Stone medals in award calculations).

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* {{Backtracking}}: Several hidden Verses, including Alfheim portals, require you to go back to previous areas when you have no apparent reason to do so. If you just plow straight ahead, don't be surprised if you see a bunch of empty spaces in your medal tally followed by a Stone award Award (as skipped Verses count as Stone medals Medals in award calculations).
3rd Apr '18 2:31:40 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* {{Backtracking}}: Several hidden Verses, including Alfheim portals, require you to go back to previous areas when you have no apparent reason to do so. If you just plow straight ahead, don't be surprised if you see a bunch of empty spaces in your medal tally followed by a Stone award.

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* {{Backtracking}}: Several hidden Verses, including Alfheim portals, require you to go back to previous areas when you have no apparent reason to do so. If you just plow straight ahead, don't be surprised if you see a bunch of empty spaces in your medal tally followed by a Stone award.award (as skipped Verses count as Stone medals in award calculations).
3rd Apr '18 2:30:42 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* {{Backtracking}}: Several hidden Verses, including Alfheim portals, require you to go back to previous areas when you have no apparent reason to do so. If you just plow straight ahead, don't be surprised if you see a bunch of empty spaces in your medal tally followed by a Stone award.
2nd Apr '18 7:54:58 PM CyberXIII
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* ClimaxBoss: The CEO of the Ithavoll Corporation: [[spoiler: Father Balder, the last of the Lumen Sages and Bayonetta's father. You fight him while falling from a 500+ story-tall building on pieces of exploding rubble while the entire building detonates and you play tennis with buildings and catch with [[KillSat Satellite Lasers]] while he violently murders your demonic summons one by one. To finish him, you steer a bullet made of lipstick into his forehead while Bayonetta says "don't fuck with a witch."]]



* FinalBoss: The CEO of the Ithavoll Corporation: [[spoiler: Father Balder, the last of the Lumen Sages and Bayonetta's father. You fight him while falling from a 500+ story-tall building on pieces of exploding rubble while the entire building detonates and you play tennis with buildings and catch with [[KillSat Satellite Lasers]] while he violently murders your demonic summons one by one. To finish him, you steer a bullet made of lipstick into his forehead while Bayonetta says "don't fuck with a witch."]]


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* FiveBadBand: The main villains of the game, with Jubileus being the GreaterScopeVillain.
** BigBad: Father Balder, Bayonetta's EvilCounterpart and the Right Eye of the world.
** TheDragon: Fortitudo, who also has shades of theBrute. He's the first major boss fight, the Auditio with the most dialogue, he's the only one seen talking directly to Balder, and makes a point of being heading the charge during the Witch Hunts.
** TheBrute: Temperantia, who relies mostly on his fists and his guns to kill Bayonetta moreso than any real strategy. However he's not stupid, choosing a battlefield that gives him an advantage-the inside of a ''tornado.''
** EvilGenius: Sapientia, the one who tries a true sneak attack to kill Bayonetta with the explosion after the battle with Iustitia, and much like Temperantia has the sense not to fight Bayonetta outside of an environment without water.
** DarkChick: Iustitia, the weirdest of the Auditio, the one closest to Inferno and with the most bizarre design.
** SixthRanger: Jeanne, who's been brainwashed into serving the angels and Balder against her will, and turns on them the moment her "reprogramming" breaks.
1st Apr '18 1:14:07 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* OnlyOneName: The only characters to have a first and last name are Luka and his father (Redgrave). The rest of the named cast plays this trope straight.
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