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--> There you go. Just keep saying ah... Sorry.
* Ever since the first "What Makes The Sky Blue" event, the game has simplified the depiction of Sandalphon's SignatureMove "Ain Soph Aur" due to the chibi-field sprites, and the Summon Call only showing it as a series of straight lasers aiming downward. That is until a unique CG for "The Maydays" event potray Ain Soph Aur as something more of a HomingLasers variant. Nontheless, seeing Sandalphon using it against a target larger than him is more of an overkill during a DavidVersusGoliath scenario.

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--> ---> There you go. Just keep saying ah... Sorry.
* ** Ever since the first "What Makes The Sky Blue" event, the game has simplified the depiction of Sandalphon's SignatureMove "Ain Soph Aur" due to the chibi-field sprites, and the Summon Call only showing it as a series of straight lasers aiming downward. That is until a unique CG for "The Maydays" event potray Ain Soph Aur as something more of a HomingLasers variant. Nontheless, seeing Sandalphon using it against a target larger than him is more of an overkill during a DavidVersusGoliath scenario.


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[[caption-width-right:350:"Ain Soph Aur!"[[note]]"The Maydays" event, 2019[[/note]]]]



* During "What Makes The Sky Blue III: 000", Sariel's physical strength is only lampshaded by the primarchs while describing him as one of the strongest primal beasts capable of going toe-to-toe with Uriel, the phyiscally strongest among the four primarchs. In "The Maydays", Sariel puts his SuperStrength to use by [[{{Jawbreaker}} prying open the jaws]] of the giant shark Old Bruce ''with one arm'', while using the other arm to pull the swallowed victims. To top the scene off, Sariel casually makes some sort of an ApologeticAttacker giving a PreAssKickingOneLiner before he jumped in to do the act, while he was merely watching from the sidelines before.

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* Despite being a comedy-filled {{parody}} of shark films, "The Maydays" event has its share of amazing feats done by the primarchs.
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During "What Makes The Sky Blue III: 000", Sariel's physical strength is only lampshaded by the primarchs while describing him as one of the strongest primal beasts capable of going toe-to-toe with Uriel, the phyiscally strongest among the four primarchs. In "The Maydays", Sariel puts his SuperStrength to use by [[{{Jawbreaker}} prying open the jaws]] of the giant shark Old Bruce ''with one arm'', while using the other arm to pull the swallowed victims. To top the scene off, Sariel casually makes some sort of an ApologeticAttacker giving a PreAssKickingOneLiner before he jumped in to do the act, while he was merely watching from the sidelines before.


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* Ever since the first "What Makes The Sky Blue" event, the game has simplified the depiction of Sandalphon's SignatureMove "Ain Soph Aur" due to the chibi-field sprites, and the Summon Call only showing it as a series of straight lasers aiming downward. That is until a unique CG for "The Maydays" event potray Ain Soph Aur as something more of a HomingLasers variant. Nontheless, seeing Sandalphon using it against a target larger than him is more of an overkill during a DavidVersusGoliath scenario.



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* During "What Makes The Sky Blue III: 000", Sariel's physical strength is only lampshaded by the primarchs while describing him as one of the strongest primal beasts capable of going toe-to-toe with Uriel, the phyiscally strongest among the four primarchs. In "The Maydays", Sariel puts his SuperStrength to use by [[{{Jawbreaker}} prying open the jaws]] of the giant shark Old Bruce ''with one arm'', while using the other arm to pull the swallowed victims. To top the scene off, Sariel casually makes some sort of an ApologeticAttacker giving a PreAssKickingOneLiner before he jumped in to do the act, while he was merely watching from the sidelines before.
--> There you go. Just keep saying ah... Sorry.


* As the vampires of Medvecia are panicking and rampaging because of a loophole in the customs that involves harming fellow vampires, Feldrac and Vania convince them of the message behind the "ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatIsRight" trope, with Vania somehow delivering it on the [[BalconySpeech highest room of the castle]].

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* As the vampires of Medvecia are panicking and rampaging because of a loophole in the customs that involves harming fellow vampires, Feldrac and Vania convince them of the message behind the "ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatIsRight" "ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatsRight" trope, with Vania somehow delivering it on the [[BalconySpeech highest room of the castle]].

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* As the vampires of Medvecia are panicking and rampaging because of a loophole in the customs that involves harming fellow vampires, Feldrac and Vania convince them of the message behind the "ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatIsRight" trope, with Vania somehow delivering it on the [[BalconySpeech highest room of the castle]].
-->'''Feldrac''': Cease this at once! Laws and customs be damned!
-->'''Vania''': Do you really think the old ways are worth throwing away your lives for? If that's what you think, then hurry up and destroy each other! I've had enough! But you know what? I'd hate it if you weren't here! I don't want you to die! If you all left me, it'd be too painful to go on!



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*** The Hard version of the raid opens with Lucilius doing 30,000 plain damage to your entire party. It's a 6 man raid with a 30 minute time limit, and if six characters across the entire raid are knocked out, he'll instantly kill ''everyone'', including backline allies. [[BrutalBonusLevel Have fun.]]


*** On meta note; after looming in backstory for a ''long'' time, we finally get to fight an Astral at the height of his power. Lucilius (Raid) and its hard version that was released shortly after the event only serves to demonstrate his strength.

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*** On meta note; after looming in backstory for a ''long'' time, we finally get to fight an a honest-to-god Astral at the height of his power. Lucilius (Raid) and its hard version that was released shortly after the event only serves to demonstrate his strength.



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***On meta note; after looming in backstory for a ''long'' time, we finally get to fight an Astral at the height of his power. Lucilius (Raid) and its hard version that was released shortly after the event only serves to demonstrate his strength.


--> '''Cagliostro''': Hahaha! Who's the insect now! So long, sucker! Enjoy your life sentence!

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--> ---> '''Cagliostro''': Hahaha! Who's the insect now! So long, sucker! Enjoy your life sentence!

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** The short fight between Lucilius and Lucio/Helel ben Sahar inside Etemenanki - Both of them unleash Paradise Lost to each other at the same time.

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** Near the end of the event's first half, we get a WhamLine and a WhamShot as Belial mocks Beelzebub that "[[ChessMotifs the King is still in play]]". Then Lucilius awakens and back-stabs Beelzebub with a sword, lifting him up with one hand as the sword pierces through his chest. It is rather {{Ironic}} that Beelzebub back-stabs Lucifer in "Paradise Lost", only to get [[LaserGuidedKarma back-stabbed]] by another entity who looks exactly like Lucifer.



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*** Beelzebub had been gravely wounded by Lucilius prior to this point, but it still took the combined efforts of Halluel and Malluel, Lancelot, Charlotta, Naoise, Albert and Ilsa ''just to stall him''. The power of the Astrals is truly terrifying.
** Cagliostro also "makes medical history", by saving Azrael and restoring her to her sanity. All in a day's work for the genius alchemist.
** None of this compares to the climax however; Sandalphon absorbs Lucifer's power in addition to the four primarchs, growing ''12'' wings, and proceeds to wipe the floor with Lucilius once and for all, with the Captain and Lyria's help. Even Vyrn pitches in to try and protect Sandy while he heals.


** The sealing of Beelzebub done by Cagliostro as the other knights fight against Beelzebub to buy her time. The end result? The heroes won and sealed Beelzebub. Complete with Cagliostro calling a BadassBoast before she sealed Beelzebub.
--> Cagliostro: Hahaha! [[WhosLaughingNow Who's the insect now]]! So long, sucker! Enjoy your life sentence!

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** The sealing of Beelzebub done by Cagliostro as the other knights fight against Beelzebub to buy her time. But Beelzebub, despite being heavily wounded, brush off their attacks like nothing, [[UnderestimatingBadassery underestimating them big time]]. The end result? The heroes knights won and sealed Beelzebub. Complete with Cagliostro calling a BadassBoast before she sealed Beelzebub.
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--> Cagliostro: '''Cagliostro''': Hahaha! [[WhosLaughingNow Who's the insect now]]! now! So long, sucker! Enjoy your life sentence!

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* As the finale for the "What Makes The Sky Blue" event saga, "000" has moments that can constitute to it.
** The sealing of Beelzebub done by Cagliostro as the other knights fight against Beelzebub to buy her time. The end result? The heroes won and sealed Beelzebub. Complete with Cagliostro calling a BadassBoast before she sealed Beelzebub.
--> Cagliostro: Hahaha! [[WhosLaughingNow Who's the insect now]]! So long, sucker! Enjoy your life sentence!

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