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9th Aug '17 4:37:16 AM Mister6
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'''Instead''': She plays OrcusOnHisThrone for the entirety of the game, never directly dealing with them. This allows them to not only rescue Tooty, but gain the abilities and experience needed to defeat her.\\

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'''Instead''': She plays OrcusOnHisThrone for the entirety of the game, never directly dealing with them. This allows them to not only rescue Tooty, but gain the abilities and experience needed to defeat her.\\
8th Aug '17 5:21:05 PM infernape612
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* From ''Franchise/{{Persona}}'' series-
** In ''VideoGame/Persona3'', [[spoiler:Shinjiro ended up being shot by Tayaka causing him to be a state where he is close to dying.]]\\

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* From the ''Franchise/{{Persona}}'' series-
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** In ''VideoGame/Persona3'', [[spoiler:Shinjiro ended ends up being getting shot and mortally wounded by Tayaka causing him to be a state where he is close to dying.Tayaka.]]\\



** Meanwhile, in ''VideoGame/Persona5'', Ryuji has a tendency to use a NoIndoorVoice. \\
'''You'd expect:''' Knowing how much trouble that the Phantom Thieves could be in if their identity was revealed, he keeps his NoIndoorVoice down when he is talking about their business together. \\
''Instead''': Twice within the game, the Phantom Thieves got into trouble because of him using a NoIndoorVoice.
** Also, from ''VideoGame/Persona5'', the FinalBoss of the game ended up being able to heal himself through some red vines.\\
'''You'd expect:''' For somebody to immediately recognize that the red vines are what causing him to heal himself, and asks somebody to take them down.\\

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** Meanwhile, in ''VideoGame/Persona5'', Ryuji has a tendency to use a NoIndoorVoice. \\\n'''You'd expect:''' Knowing how much trouble that the Phantom Thieves could be in if their identity was revealed, he keeps his NoIndoorVoice down when he is talking about their business together. \\\n''Instead''': Twice within the game, the Phantom Thieves got into trouble because of him using a NoIndoorVoice.\n** Also, from ''VideoGame/Persona5'', the FinalBoss of the game ended up being able to heal himself through some red vines.\\
'''You'd expect:''' Knowing how much trouble that the Phantom Thieves could be in if their identity was revealed, for him to keep his NoIndoorVoice down when he is talking about their business together.\\
''Instead''': Twice within the game, the Phantom Thieves get into trouble because of his loud mouth.
** Also, from ''VideoGame/Persona5'', the FinalBoss of the game is able to heal himself through some red vines.\\
'''You'd expect:''' For somebody to immediately recognize that the red vines are what causing him to heal himself, and asks ask somebody to take them down.\\
27th Jul '17 5:42:36 PM MummyGaGa
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* From ''Franchise/Persona'' series-

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* From ''Franchise/Persona'' ''Franchise/{{Persona}}'' series-
27th Jul '17 5:41:58 PM MummyGaGa
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* From ''Franchise/Persona'' series-
** In ''VideoGame/Persona3'', [[spoiler:Shinjiro ended up being shot by Tayaka causing him to be a state where he is close to dying.]]\\
'''You'd expect:''' For a member of S.E.E.S [[spoiler:to perform a healing spell on him.]]\\
'''Instead:''' [[spoiler:[[GameplayAndStorySegregation None of the seven party members, five of whom have access to these, think of doing that,]] instead lamenting that as it's the Dark Hour, electrical equipment is useless and taking him to the hospital likely won't help.]]
** Meanwhile, in ''VideoGame/Persona5'', Ryuji has a tendency to use a NoIndoorVoice. \\
'''You'd expect:''' Knowing how much trouble that the Phantom Thieves could be in if their identity was revealed, he keeps his NoIndoorVoice down when he is talking about their business together. \\
''Instead''': Twice within the game, the Phantom Thieves got into trouble because of him using a NoIndoorVoice.
** Also, from ''VideoGame/Persona5'', the FinalBoss of the game ended up being able to heal himself through some red vines.\\
'''You'd expect:''' For somebody to immediately recognize that the red vines are what causing him to heal himself, and asks somebody to take them down.\\
'''Instead:''' [[spoiler:They only do that during the second attempt of the fight. You know, [[TooDumbToLive after they ended up nearly being]] RetGone [[TooDumbToLive out of existence]].]]
19th Jul '17 6:54:44 PM JPO398
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** Yet another one for Ganondorf, which occurs after Link removes the Master Sword from its pedestal and opens the gateway to the Sacred Realm.\\
'''You'd Expect:''' Ganondorf to kill Link before he is sealed within the Sacred Realm. Not only is Link an easy target (being only a child), but it would also eliminate the only true threat to Ganondorf's reign and potentially give him access to both the Triforces of Power and Courage.\\
'''Instead:''' He simply monologues about how Link essentially hands him Hyrule on a silver platter, then laughs. Seven years later, and his entire regime is practically undone by Link.
12th Jul '17 10:46:00 PM infernape612
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* ''VideoGame/Borderlands2'':
** The Vault Hunters have just stormed Control Core Angel to steal the Vault key from Handsome Jack. After a grueling fight they finally have the key and have deprived Jack of his means of powering it, namely [[spoiler: his Siren daughter, Angel, who gave her life to stop her father.]] Suddenly, Jack appears and shoots [[spoiler: Roland]] dead.\\
'''You'd Expect:''' For the Vault Hunters (canonically there are six present in the room during this scene), all of whom are heavily-armed badasses with little reservations about killing people, to immediately pump Jack full of lead.\\
'''Instead:''' The Vaults Hunters do absolutely nothing while Jack [[spoiler: captures Lilith]] and takes back the key, now able to charge it again. Then they continue to do nothing while he monologues, then more nothing as he has them teleported away.



* ''VideoGame/Borderlands2'':
** The Vault Hunters have just stormed Control Core Angel to steal the Vault key from Handsome Jack. After a gruelling fight they finally have the key and have deprived Jack of his means of powering it, namely [[spoiler: his Siren daughter, Angel, who gave her life to stop her father.]] Suddenly, Jack appears and shoots [[spoiler: Roland,]] dead.\\
'''You'd Expect:''' For the Vault Hunters, (canonically there are six present in the room during this scene) all of whom are heavily-armed badasses with little reservations about killing people, to immediately pump Jack full of lead.\\
'''Instead:''' The Vaults Hunters do absolutely nothing while Jack [[spoiler: captures Lilith,]] and takes back the key, now able to charge it again. Then they continue to do nothing while he monologues, then more nothing as he has them teleported away.
12th Jul '17 10:44:35 PM infernape612
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* ''VideoGame/{{Borderlands2}}'':

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* ''VideoGame/{{Borderlands2}}'':''VideoGame/Borderlands2'':
10th Jul '17 12:04:13 AM CerotechOmega
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'''Even Worse:''' Three of the locations are in areas of high civilian traffic. A school, a zoo, and a hospital. Should some radical terrorist group decide to go looking for those keys, a lot of people could be endangered, which is what happens. It is a wonder that anyone in charge of the game's security forces is still employed in the sequels.\\

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'''Even Worse:''' Three of the locations are in areas of high civilian traffic. A school, a zoo, and a hospital. Should some radical terrorist group decide to go looking for those keys, a lot of people could be endangered, which is what happens. It is a wonder that anyone in charge of the game's security forces is still employed in the sequels.\\
8th Jul '17 8:23:05 PM corbenik777
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'''Instead:''' they deploy automated robotic war machines originally created by the BigBad. WWW’s work on Alpha causes the tanks to go haywire and start firing on civilians the same morning they’re deployed.\\

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'''Instead:''' they deploy automated robotic war machines originally created by the BigBad. WWW’s work on Alpha causes the tanks to go haywire and start firing on civilians the same morning they’re deployed.\\deployed.
8th Jul '17 8:20:27 PM corbenik777
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'''Instead:''' they deploy automated robotic war machines originally created by the BigBad. WWW’s work on Alpha causes the tanks to go haywire and start firing on civilians the same morning they’re deployed.
** The entirety of 3's plot runs on idiocy. The WWW is trying to unleash a Sealed Evil in a Can.
'''You’d Expect:''' that the keys to unseal that can would be kept in tightly secured locations. Or better yet, destroyed entirely so the can could never be unlocked.
'''Instead:''' the keys are kept in unsecured locations and are basically unguarded by anyone. It is only because the Hero happens to be in the area on that day that the villains face any opposition.
'''Even Worse:''' Three of the locations are in areas of high civilian traffic. A school, a zoo, and a hospital. Should some radical terrorist group decide to go looking for those keys, a lot of people could be endangered, which is what happens. It is a wonder that anyone in charge of the game's security forces is still employed in the sequels.

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'''Instead:''' they deploy automated robotic war machines originally created by the BigBad. WWW’s work on Alpha causes the tanks to go haywire and start firing on civilians the same morning they’re deployed.
deployed.\\
** The entirety of 3's plot runs on idiocy. The WWW is trying to unleash a Sealed Evil in a Can.
Can.\\
'''You’d Expect:''' that the keys to unseal that can would be kept in tightly secured locations. Or better yet, destroyed entirely so the can could never be unlocked. \n\\
'''Instead:''' the keys are kept in unsecured locations and are basically unguarded by anyone. It is only because the Hero happens to be in the area on that day that the villains face any opposition.
opposition.\\
'''Even Worse:''' Three of the locations are in areas of high civilian traffic. A school, a zoo, and a hospital. Should some radical terrorist group decide to go looking for those keys, a lot of people could be endangered, which is what happens. It is a wonder that anyone in charge of the game's security forces is still employed in the sequels.\\
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