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5th Dec '17 2:04:30 PM rixion
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* PurposelyOverpowered: Legends II has the [[SecretCharacter Secret Characters]] [[spoiler:Deadpool and Iron Man]], unlocked after beating the game (or right before the final boss, in the case of the latter). The former is a OneManArmy for most of the game, and the latter can clear whole rooms on his own with his bolts or repulsors when his Boost is activated.
5th Dec '17 1:56:31 PM rixion
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* PurposelyOverpowered: Legends II has the [[SecretCharacter SecretCharacters]] [[spoiler:Deadpool and Iron Man]], unlocked after beating the game (or right before the final boss, in the case of the latter). The former is a OneManArmy for most of the game, and the latter can clear whole rooms on his own with his bolts or repulsors when his Boost is activated.

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* PurposelyOverpowered: Legends II has the [[SecretCharacter SecretCharacters]] Secret Characters]] [[spoiler:Deadpool and Iron Man]], unlocked after beating the game (or right before the final boss, in the case of the latter). The former is a OneManArmy for most of the game, and the latter can clear whole rooms on his own with his bolts or repulsors when his Boost is activated.
5th Dec '17 1:56:03 PM rixion
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** Magneto in the second game. Developed judiciously, he can clear entire rooms in seconds, has excellent crowd control and is pretty much unkillable, while sending the entire team's XP through the roof and solving every puzzle on his own.

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** Magneto in the second game.sequel. Developed judiciously, he can clear entire rooms in seconds, has excellent crowd control and is pretty much unkillable, while sending the entire team's XP through the roof and solving every puzzle on his own.



** Legends II has [[spoiler:Deadpool and Iron Man]]. The former is a OneManArmy for most of the game, and the latter can clear whole rooms on his own with his bolts or repulsors when his Boost is activated.


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* PurposelyOverpowered: Legends II has the [[SecretCharacter SecretCharacters]] [[spoiler:Deadpool and Iron Man]], unlocked after beating the game (or right before the final boss, in the case of the latter). The former is a OneManArmy for most of the game, and the latter can clear whole rooms on his own with his bolts or repulsors when his Boost is activated.
5th Dec '17 10:10:20 AM rixion
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** The second fight with Marrow in the first game, mostly because TheComputerIsACheatingBastard. Marrow fights alonside EliteMooks and, after you defeated them, a hidden CombatMedic mook pops up in one of the corners and revives them all. There are four of those hidden mooks, meaning that you have to fight this boss at least four times to win.

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** The second fight with Marrow in the first game, mostly because TheComputerIsACheatingBastard. Marrow She fights alonside EliteMooks and, after you defeated them, a hidden CombatMedic mook pops up in one of the corners and revives them all. There are four of those hidden mooks, meaning that you have to fight this boss defeat Marrow at least four times to win.



* ThatOneSideQuest: The optional "Sentinel Flashback" mission from Legends I. You have to defeat 22 Sentinels with a fixed party and you can't buy items. The party consists of Cyclops, Wolverine, Jean Grey and Nightcrawler. The former two are fine, but Jean is bad against robot enemies and you will be using Nightcrawler for the first time.

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* ThatOneSideQuest: ThatOneSidequest: The optional "Sentinel Flashback" mission from Legends I. You have to defeat 22 Sentinels with a fixed party and you can't buy items. The party consists of Cyclops, Wolverine, Jean Grey and Nightcrawler. The former two are fine, but Jean is bad against robot enemies and you will be using Nightcrawler for the first time.
5th Dec '17 10:08:30 AM rixion
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** In the second game, Sugar Man can kill a character in one hit, and there's no way to tell this attack apart from his regular ones, which hit like a truck. What's worse is that Sugar Man has a nasty case of GangUpOnTheHuman and will follow the character the player controls all over the room, ignoring the rest of the party unless they get between him and your character. AI teammates never seem to get hit with the OHKO attack either. The battle boils down to controlling a character with a ranged attack, firing a couple shots at him, then running away once he catches up to repeat the process (made easier if you have Magneto, Storm or Jean, who all have strong ranged attacks and can fly).
** Also from Legends II, Mr. Sinister, with an attack that causes everyone to run away from him, is more ''annoying'' than dangerous (but he's dangerous too, with a little red beam that will ''take you out.'')
* ThatOneLevel:
** The optional "Sentinel Flashback" mission from Legends I. You have to defeat 22 robots and, since this is a flashback, you cannot change the party members or buy items. The party consists of Cyclops, Wolverine, Jean Grey and Nightcrawler; Jean, despite being a GameBreaker, is a poor match against Sentinels and you will be using Nightcrawler for the first time.
** In the first game, the team has to evacuate a crippled naval vessel before it sinks, while Jean Grey tries to hold it together telekinetically. An escort mission with a strict time limit and one of your most powerful characters sidelined? Yay! And then Wolverine accidentally stumbles into ankle-deep water and [[SuperDrowningSkills instantly drowns]] and you have to reset…

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** In the second game, Legends II, Sugar Man can kill a character in one hit, and there's no way to tell this attack apart from his regular ones, which hit like a truck. What's worse is that Sugar Man has a nasty case of GangUpOnTheHuman and will follow the character the player controls all over the room, ignoring the rest of the party unless they get between him and your character. AI teammates never seem to get hit with the OHKO attack either. The battle boils down to controlling a character with a ranged attack, firing a couple shots at him, then running away once he catches up to repeat the process (made easier if you have Magneto, Storm or Jean, who all have strong ranged attacks and can fly).
** Also from Legends II, the second game, Mr. Sinister, with an attack that causes everyone to run away from him, is more ''annoying'' than dangerous (but he's dangerous too, with a little red beam that will ''take you out.'')
* ThatOneLevel:
** The optional "Sentinel Flashback" mission from Legends I. You have to defeat 22 robots and, since this is a flashback, you cannot change the party members or buy items. The party consists of Cyclops, Wolverine, Jean Grey and Nightcrawler; Jean, despite being a GameBreaker, is a poor match against Sentinels and you will be using Nightcrawler for the first time.
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ThatOneLevel: In the first game, the team has to evacuate a crippled naval vessel before it sinks, while Jean Grey tries to hold it together telekinetically. An escort mission with a strict time limit and one of your most powerful characters sidelined? Yay! And then Wolverine accidentally stumbles into ankle-deep water and [[SuperDrowningSkills instantly drowns]] and you have to reset…reset…
* ThatOneSideQuest: The optional "Sentinel Flashback" mission from Legends I. You have to defeat 22 Sentinels with a fixed party and you can't buy items. The party consists of Cyclops, Wolverine, Jean Grey and Nightcrawler. The former two are fine, but Jean is bad against robot enemies and you will be using Nightcrawler for the first time.
5th Dec '17 10:01:55 AM rixion
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** The second fight with Marrow in the first game, mostly because TheComputerIsACheatingBastard. Marrow comes with some EliteMooks and, after being defeated, a hidden CombatMedic mook pops up in one of the corners and revives them to full health. There are four of those hidden mooks, meaning that you have to fight this boss at least four times to win.

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** The second fight with Marrow in the first game, mostly because TheComputerIsACheatingBastard. Marrow comes with some fights alonside EliteMooks and, after being defeated, you defeated them, a hidden CombatMedic mook pops up in one of the corners and revives them to full health.all. There are four of those hidden mooks, meaning that you have to fight this boss at least four times to win.



** The optional "Sentinel Flashback" mission from Legends I. You have to defeat 22 robots and, since is a flashback, you cannot change the party or buy items. The party consists of Cyclops, Wolverine, Jean Grey and Nightcrawler; Jean, despite being a GameBreaker, is a poor match against Sentinels and you will be using Nightcrawler for the first time.

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** The optional "Sentinel Flashback" mission from Legends I. You have to defeat 22 robots and, since this is a flashback, you cannot change the party members or buy items. The party consists of Cyclops, Wolverine, Jean Grey and Nightcrawler; Jean, despite being a GameBreaker, is a poor match against Sentinels and you will be using Nightcrawler for the first time.
5th Dec '17 9:57:04 AM rixion
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** The second fight with Marrow in the first game, mostly because TheComputerIsACheatingBastard. Marrow comes with some EliteMooks and, after being defeated, a hidden CombatMedic mook pops up in one of the corners and revives them to full health. There are four of those hidden mooks, meaning that you have to fight this boss at least four times to win.



** Mr. Sinister, with an attack that causes everyone to run away from him, is more ''annoying'' than dangerous (but he's dangerous too, with a little red beam that will ''take you out.'')
* ThatOneLevel: In the first game, the team has to evacuate a crippled naval vessel before it sinks, while Jean Grey tries to hold it together telekinetically. An escort mission with a strict time limit and one of your most powerful characters sidelined? Yay! And then Wolverine accidentally stumbles into ankle-deep water and [[SuperDrowningSkills instantly drowns]] and you have to reset…

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** Also from Legends II, Mr. Sinister, with an attack that causes everyone to run away from him, is more ''annoying'' than dangerous (but he's dangerous too, with a little red beam that will ''take you out.'')
* ThatOneLevel: ThatOneLevel:
** The optional "Sentinel Flashback" mission from Legends I. You have to defeat 22 robots and, since is a flashback, you cannot change the party or buy items. The party consists of Cyclops, Wolverine, Jean Grey and Nightcrawler; Jean, despite being a GameBreaker, is a poor match against Sentinels and you will be using Nightcrawler for the first time.
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In the first game, the team has to evacuate a crippled naval vessel before it sinks, while Jean Grey tries to hold it together telekinetically. An escort mission with a strict time limit and one of your most powerful characters sidelined? Yay! And then Wolverine accidentally stumbles into ankle-deep water and [[SuperDrowningSkills instantly drowns]] and you have to reset…
1st Dec '17 3:16:42 PM Nevermore2002
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* {{Squick}}: Toad has party buff that boost everyone's speed... by spiting slime on his team members.

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* {{Squick}}: Toad has a party buff that boost everyone's speed... by spiting slime on his team members.
30th Nov '17 4:19:04 PM Nevermore2002
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* {{Squick}}: Toad has party buff that boost everyone's speed... by spiting slime on his team members.
26th Nov '17 8:58:20 AM rixion
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** [[spoiler:Deadpool]] can pretty much be a OneManArmy for most of the game, as can a properly used [[spoiler:IronMan]].
** [[spoiler:Iron Man]] in the second game when his Boost is activated. He can clear whole rooms on his own with his bolts or repulsors.
** In ''Legends II'', Bishop and Gambit are considered the best support party members because they possess Energy Fury. Energy Fury is a party boosting skill that vastly increases all melee damage from attacks and powers to absurd levels. ''This'' is the reason characters like Nightcrawler and [[spoiler:Deadpool]] above are considered gamebreakers.

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** [[spoiler:Deadpool]] can pretty much be Legends II has [[spoiler:Deadpool and Iron Man]]. The former is a OneManArmy for most of the game, as can a properly used [[spoiler:IronMan]].
** [[spoiler:Iron Man]] in
and the second game when his Boost is activated. He latter can clear whole rooms on his own with his bolts or repulsors.
repulsors when his Boost is activated.
** In Also from ''Legends II'', Bishop and Gambit are considered the best support party members because they possess Energy Fury. Energy Fury is a party boosting skill that vastly increases all melee damage from attacks and powers to absurd levels. ''This'' is the reason characters like Nightcrawler and [[spoiler:Deadpool]] above are considered gamebreakers.
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