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* ''Every game'' is this for the party, as they make their way through legions of powerful mooks and even stronger bosses, culminating in a final battle that is generally against an insanely powerful EldritchAbomination, except for the ''[=EBF2=]'' example above and ''Adventure Story''.
* Beating bosses on Epic Difficulty, ''especially'' bonus bosses or final bosses, is this for the player.
* ''Beating'' a boss is one thing, but ''capturing'' a boss in the fifth game goes a step further. It takes a great deal of strategy to get it "weak" and not kill it, and manage status ailments and debuffs properly. But once done, you can use ''any'' boss except the tanks to crush any future foes.
* Fighting the Evil Players in the Temple of Trials of ''5''. You go through four tough battles against twisted counterparts of the human party members in a temple that is RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver, each of whom has a unique mechanic to their fight that cannot be removed. All of them come off as genuinely threatening, from Matteus' insisting on eating the party, to Natalia and Annabelle's AxCrazy-ness, to Lancelot's complete uncaring to the party's well being and desire to turn them in to resources. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=so6O2Cr3_9k The music]] that plays sounds like you're fighting the apocalypse. And your reward for beating all of them is a fight against God himself.

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* ''Every game'' is this for the party, as they make their way through legions of powerful mooks and even stronger bosses, culminating in a final battle that is generally against an insanely powerful EldritchAbomination, except for the ''[=EBF2=]'' example above and ''Adventure Story''.
* Beating bosses on Epic Difficulty, ''especially'' bonus bosses or final bosses, is this for the player.
* ''Beating'' a boss is one thing, but ''capturing'' a boss in the fifth game goes a step further. It takes a great deal of strategy to get it "weak" and not kill it, and manage status ailments and debuffs properly. But once done, you can use ''any'' boss except the tanks to crush any future foes.
* Fighting the Evil Players in the Temple of Trials of ''5''. You go through four tough battles against twisted counterparts of the human party members in a temple that is RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver, each of whom has a unique mechanic to their fight that cannot be removed. All of them come off as genuinely threatening, from Matteus' insisting on eating the party, to Natalia and Annabelle's AxCrazy-ness, to Lancelot's complete uncaring to the party's well being and desire to turn them in to resources. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=so6O2Cr3_9k The music]] that plays sounds like you're fighting the apocalypse. And your reward for beating all of them is a fight against God himself.
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* The converstion before the final boss of the third game has this gem for Natalie:

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* The converstion conversation before the final boss of the third game has this gem for Natalie:


* Fighting the Evil Players in the Temple of Trials of ''5''. You go through four tough battles against twisted counterparts of the human party members in a temple that is RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver, each of whom has a unique mechanic to their fight that cannot be removed. All of them come off as genuinely threatening, from Mattheus' insisting on eating the party, to Natalia and Annabelle's AxCrazy-ness, to Lancelot's complete uncarring to the party's well being and desire to turn them in to resources. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=so6O2Cr3_9k The music]] that plays sounds like you're fighting the apocalypse. And your reward for beating all of them is a fight against God himself.

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* Fighting the Evil Players in the Temple of Trials of ''5''. You go through four tough battles against twisted counterparts of the human party members in a temple that is RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver, each of whom has a unique mechanic to their fight that cannot be removed. All of them come off as genuinely threatening, from Mattheus' Matteus' insisting on eating the party, to Natalia and Annabelle's AxCrazy-ness, to Lancelot's complete uncarring uncaring to the party's well being and desire to turn them in to resources. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=so6O2Cr3_9k The music]] that plays sounds like you're fighting the apocalypse. And your reward for beating all of them is a fight against God himself.


* Beating bosses on Epic Difficulty, ''especially'' bonus bosses of final bosses, is this for the player.

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* Beating bosses on Epic Difficulty, ''especially'' bonus bosses of or final bosses, is this for the player.player.
* ''Beating'' a boss is one thing, but ''capturing'' a boss in the fifth game goes a step further. It takes a great deal of strategy to get it "weak" and not kill it, and manage status ailments and debuffs properly. But once done, you can use ''any'' boss except the tanks to crush any future foes.
* Fighting the Evil Players in the Temple of Trials of ''5''. You go through four tough battles against twisted counterparts of the human party members in a temple that is RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver, each of whom has a unique mechanic to their fight that cannot be removed. All of them come off as genuinely threatening, from Mattheus' insisting on eating the party, to Natalia and Annabelle's AxCrazy-ness, to Lancelot's complete uncarring to the party's well being and desire to turn them in to resources. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=so6O2Cr3_9k The music]] that plays sounds like you're fighting the apocalypse. And your reward for beating all of them is a fight against God himself.

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* The converstion before the final boss of the third game has this gem for Natalie:
-->'''Matt''': There he is. I'm having second thoughts. He totally owned us last time, and he'll do it again.
-->'''Natalie''': This is the first time you've ever acted like a coward! Now's not the time! This is gonna be our greatest moment!
-->'''Lance''': We are so dead. Let's get outta here, we can still go back and practice some more. We've still got time.
-->'''Natalie''': Lance, shut up! We'll be fine! We've gotten this far, haven't we? Just shoot and stab him like you've always done! I'll back you up, so you won't die.
-->'''Matt''': ...
-->'''Lance''': ...
-->'''Matt''': I can't believe she suddenly has more balls than us. Can't let a girl lead the party, I'm in!
-->'''Lance''': Shameful, really. Heh. Hahahahaha. Alright, let's send him back to the void!
-->'''Matt''': Aye!


* ''Every game'' is this for the party, as they make their way through legions of powerful mooks and even stronger bosses, culminating in a final battle that is generally against an insanely powerful EldritchAbomination, except for the ''[=EBF2=]'' example above and ''Adventure Story''.

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* ''Every game'' is this for the party, as they make their way through legions of powerful mooks and even stronger bosses, culminating in a final battle that is generally against an insanely powerful EldritchAbomination, except for the ''[=EBF2=]'' example above and ''Adventure Story''.Story''.
* Beating bosses on Epic Difficulty, ''especially'' bonus bosses of final bosses, is this for the player.


* The final boss of the second game, the Valkyrie Tank. Aside from the fact that it's a full-fledged WWII supertank, the battlefield is a burning arms facility at the center of Lance's empire. The Valkyrie Tank itself has a giant cannon called the Omega Lazer, which comes with a devastating charged attack. There's at least four different kinds. The best part is that you fight against Lance himself, decked out in his Nazi uniform, looking as intimidating as a human final boss can be. [[BadassNormal The ONLY human final boss, so far.]]

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* The final boss of the second game, the Valkyrie Tank. Aside from the fact that it's a full-fledged WWII supertank, the battlefield is a burning arms facility at the center of Lance's empire. The Valkyrie Tank itself has a giant cannon called the Omega Lazer, which comes with a devastating charged attack. There's at least four different kinds. The best part is that you fight against Lance himself, decked out in his Nazi uniform, looking as intimidating as a human final boss BigBad can be. [[BadassNormal The ONLY human final boss, big bad, so far.]]]]
* ''Every game'' is this for the party, as they make their way through legions of powerful mooks and even stronger bosses, culminating in a final battle that is generally against an insanely powerful EldritchAbomination, except for the ''[=EBF2=]'' example above and ''Adventure Story''.

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The games are named [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Epic Battle Fantasy]] after all!
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* The final boss of the second game, the Valkyrie Tank. Aside from the fact that it's a full-fledged WWII supertank, the battlefield is a burning arms facility at the center of Lance's empire. The Valkyrie Tank itself has a giant cannon called the Omega Lazer, which comes with a devastating charged attack. There's at least four different kinds. The best part is that you fight against Lance himself, decked out in his Nazi uniform, looking as intimidating as a human final boss can be. [[BadassNormal The ONLY human final boss, so far.]]

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