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* The ''VideoGame/{{Yakuza}}'' series has a few of these, though ''Yakuza Kiwami'' easily has the best example with Goro Majima.

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* The ''VideoGame/{{Yakuza}}'' series has a few of these, though ''Yakuza Kiwami'' easily has the best example with Goro Majima.Majima, who can easily be fought dozens of times over the course of the game, to the point that the fights are part of their own mechanic (called "Majima Everywhere".)


** Also, [[EliteMook Ty the Immortal]], but he is optional.

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** Also, The aptly named [[EliteMook enemy ace]] Ty the Immortal]], but Immortal, who comes back for three different missions even though he is optional.can be "killed" in each one.


* ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'':

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** Certain boss vehicles also return quite regularly. The [[VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2 Emerald Hill Zone boss]] turns up in the final boss of ''VideoGame/{{Sonic Advance|Trilogy}}'', and the [[VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2 Metropolis Zone boss]] turns up in Sonic & Knuckles, and gets a varient in ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog4''. Similarly ''Sonic 4'' also brings back the [[VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2 Casino Night Zone boss]], and the [[VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog Labyrinth Zone boss]] and [[Videogame/SonicTheHedgehog Green Hill Zone boss]] who also turns up in [[VideoGame/Sonic3AndKnuckles Sky Sanctuary Zone]] and [[VideoGame/SonicAdvanceTrilogy X Zone]]. Similarly, Generations also brings back [[VideoGame/SonicAdventure Perfect Chaos]] (whose fight is almost identical), [[VideoGame/SonicUnleashed the Egg Dragoon]] and the [[VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2 Death Egg Robot]] who also reappears at the end of Sonic&Knuckles as part of the TrueFinalBoss, and at the end of ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog4'' as the FinalBoss, except in ''VideoGame/SonicGenerations'' it's merely [[DegradedBoss the first boss]].

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** Certain boss vehicles also return quite regularly. The [[VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2 Emerald Hill Zone boss]] turns up in the final boss of ''VideoGame/{{Sonic Advance|Trilogy}}'', and the [[VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2 Metropolis Zone boss]] turns up in Sonic & Knuckles, and gets a varient in ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog4''. Similarly ''Sonic 4'' also brings back the [[VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2 Casino Night Zone boss]], and the [[VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog Labyrinth Zone boss]] and [[Videogame/SonicTheHedgehog Green Green1 Hill Zone boss]] who also turns up in [[VideoGame/Sonic3AndKnuckles Sky Sanctuary Zone]] and [[VideoGame/SonicAdvanceTrilogy X Zone]]. Similarly, Generations also brings back [[VideoGame/SonicAdventure Perfect Chaos]] (whose fight is almost identical), [[VideoGame/SonicUnleashed the Egg Dragoon]] and the [[VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2 Death Egg Robot]] who also reappears at the end of Sonic&Knuckles as part of the TrueFinalBoss, and at the end of ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog4'' as the FinalBoss, except in ''VideoGame/SonicGenerations'' it's merely [[DegradedBoss the first boss]].


** Nearly every game throughout the entire franchise, especially the ''VideoGame/MegaManClassic'' and ''VideoGame/MegaManX'' series, has players fight the Robot Masters[=/=]Mavericks a second time through during the final stages of the game, albeit with access to all of the weapons and other upgrades they collected over the course of the game. Much like before the final stages, players can rematch the bosses in any order they choose.

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** Nearly every game throughout the entire franchise, especially the ''VideoGame/MegaManClassic'' and ''VideoGame/MegaManX'' series, has players fight the Robot Masters[=/=]Mavericks [[BossRush a second time through during the final stages of the game, game]], albeit with access to all of the weapons and other upgrades they collected over the course of the game. Much like before the final stages, players can rematch the bosses in any order they choose.


** ''VideoGame/Yakuza0'' has Daisuke Kuze, whom Kiryu crosses paths and fists with five times over the course of the game.



** Zenos yae Galvus shows up repeatedly over the course of ''Stormblood''. The first two times, he pulls out just what he needs from his Ronco Peel-O-Matic knife rack. The third time, all the chips are down. [[spoiler: And then he fuses with Shinryu.]]

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** From ''Heavensward'', we have Nidhogg, the dragon commanding the Dravanian dragon hoards against Ishgard. The first time he is fought is as a boss during The Aery dungeon. The second time is as a trial [[spoiler:after coming BackFromTheDead by possessing the dragoon Estinien]].
** Zenos yae Galvus shows up repeatedly over the course of ''Stormblood''. The first two times, he pulls out just what he needs from his Ronco Peel-O-Matic knife rack. The third time, all the chips are down. [[spoiler: And then he fuses with Shinryu. He shows up a fourth and final time as an instance boss near the end of the MSQ (albeit with an [[GreaterScopeVillain Ascian]] controlling his corpse).]]
** Gilgamesh, a guest character from ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyV'', is fought twice over the course the 2.X Hildebrand questline: once on a Big Bridge, and again in a Big Keep. [[spoiler:He shows up a third time in Kugane Ohashi (another big bridge) in the 4.X Hildebrand questline after discarding his disguise as the mercenary samurai Yojimbo.
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** Nearly every game throughout the entire franchise, especially the ''VideoGame/MegaManClassic'' and ''VideoGame/MegaManX'' series, has players fight the Robot Masters[=/=]Mavericks a second time through during the final stages of the game, albeit with access to all of the weapons and other upgrades they collected over the course of the game. Much like before the final stages, players can rematch the bosses in any order they choose.


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** ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure'' has Chaos, who is fought multiple times across multiple characters' campaigns. Each time they are fought, their appearance changes as a result of the Chaos Emeralds they absorb.
** ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure2'' has two recurrent boss battles between characters of each opposing side: Sonic VS. Shadow, and Tails VS. Eggman.


Compare GoldfishPoopGang, a comic-relief antagonist (or group of antagonists) that show up repeatedly and are often Recurring Bosses. Compare LegacyBossBattle, a boss that recurs throughout multiple installments of a series rather than a single game. Compare DegradedBoss, which is when a boss recurs, but are no longer a boss when they do.

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Compare GoldfishPoopGang, a comic-relief antagonist (or group of antagonists) that show up repeatedly and are often Recurring Bosses. Compare LegacyBossBattle, a boss that recurs throughout multiple installments of a series rather than a single game. Compare DegradedBoss, which is when a boss recurs, but are no longer a boss when they do. VaryingTacticsBoss is a SubTrope in which the boss character has a completely new strategy every time they show up.


** ''VideoGame/{{Breath of Fire|I}}'' has the Knight and General bosses being fought atleast twice, and then one more time in their OneWingedAngel form. Other bosses who are fought twice are RugaX, Mothra and Cerl.

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** ''VideoGame/{{Breath of Fire|I}}'' has the Knight and General bosses being fought atleast twice, and then one more time in their OneWingedAngel form. Other bosses who are fought twice are RugaX, [=RugaX=], Mothra and Cerl.


** The Yellow Devil has been so recurring that he's even crossed over some of the sub-series. Along his classic series appearance in ''[[VideoGame/MegaMan1 1]]'', ''[[VideoGame/MegaMan3 3]]'', ''[[VideoGame/MegaMan8 8]]'' (as Green Devil), ''VideoGame/MegaManAndBass'' (ditto), ''V'' (as Dark Moon), ''Power Fighter'' series and ''Adventures'' (as New Yellow Devil); he's also a boss in ''[[[[VideoGame/MegaManX5 X5]]'' (as Shadow Devil) and ''[[VideoGame/MegaManZero Zero]] 1'' and ''2'' (as Rainbow Devil).

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** The Yellow Devil has been so recurring that he's even crossed over some of the sub-series. Along his classic series appearance in ''[[VideoGame/MegaMan1 1]]'', ''[[VideoGame/MegaMan3 3]]'', ''[[VideoGame/MegaMan8 8]]'' (as Green Devil), ''VideoGame/MegaManAndBass'' (ditto), ''V'' (as Dark Moon), ''Power Fighter'' series and ''Adventures'' (as New Yellow Devil); he's also a boss in ''[[[[VideoGame/MegaManX5 ''[[VideoGame/MegaManX5 X5]]'' (as Shadow Devil) and ''[[VideoGame/MegaManZero Zero]] 1'' and ''2'' (as Rainbow Devil).



* In ''VideoGame/{{Catherine}}, the boss "The Child" counts as this. Players would already notice that it doesn't disappear like the previous bosses and instead falls off the final level of the fourth stage. It reappears again as "Child with a Chainsaw" on the final level of the sixth stage, naturally to Vincent's horror.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Catherine}}, ''VideoGame/{{Catherine}}'', the boss "The Child" counts as this. Players would already notice that it doesn't disappear like the previous bosses and instead falls off the final level of the fourth stage. It reappears again as "Child with a Chainsaw" on the final level of the sixth stage, naturally to Vincent's horror.


** The Blood Prince Council consists of three vampiric Darkfallen players killed in quests or dungeons earlier in the game, reanimated and empowered by the Orb. Two of them have abilities reminiscent of their strategy from the first time ([[PlayingWithFire Fireballs]] and [[DarkIsEdgy Shadowbolts]] for Taldaram and Keleseth respectively), but Valanar has bizarrely developed kinetic energy manipulation.

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** The Blood Prince Council consists of three vampiric Darkfallen players killed in quests or dungeons earlier in the game, reanimated and empowered by the Orb. Two of them have abilities reminiscent of their strategy from the first time ([[PlayingWithFire Fireballs]] and [[DarkIsEdgy [[CastingAShadow Shadowbolts]] for Taldaram and Keleseth respectively), but Valanar has bizarrely developed kinetic energy manipulation.

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** Grand Ma'da Ateena in Nazmir serves as this for the Horde. She flees from combat four times before finally dying during the fifth encounter at the end of the zone's storyline.


** ''Devil May Cry 2'' has Phantom reappear at about the same point in both Dante and Lucia's missions as well, possibly making him the most recurring boss in the series as the only one to appear in more or less the same form across more than one game.
** A puzzle in ''Devil May Cry 3'' requires the player to defeat bosses from earlier in the game to advance. The puzzle element is choosing which bosses to fight, and navigating the area's AlienGeometries. No explanation is offered as to how these bosses came to be alive again. Presumably [[AWizardDidIt a demon did it]].

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** ''Devil May Cry 2'' ''VideoGame/DevilMayCry2'' has Phantom reappear at about the same point in both Dante and Lucia's missions as well, possibly making him the most recurring boss in the series as the only one to appear in more or less the same form across more than one game.
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** A puzzle in ''Devil May Cry 3'' ''VideoGame/DevilMayCry3DantesAwakening'' requires the player to defeat bosses from earlier in the game to advance. The puzzle element is choosing which bosses to fight, and navigating the area's AlienGeometries. No explanation is offered as to how these bosses came to be alive again. Presumably [[AWizardDidIt a demon did it]].it]].
** In ''VideoGame/DevilMayCry5'', you have to fight BigBad Urizen five times: in the Prologue and Missions 8, 10, 12, and 17. [[spoiler:Then he merges with V to become Vergil once again, and Vergil goes at you twice more. Counting all of his separate forms (Nelo Angelo, Vergil, and Urizen), Vergil is the most recurrent boss in the series, with 13 fights.]]


** Hades from ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsII''. When you first meet him, he is impervious to your attacks and you're forced to flee while he hurls fireballs at you. Becomes beatable later, being fought and defeated in the second visit to the Colosseum, then again at the end of two of the Colosseum cups.

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** Hades from ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsII''.Multiple examples in ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsII'':
*** Axel is fought twice by Roxas, first in the Struggle arena and later in the Old Mansion.
*** Hades.
When you first meet him, he is impervious to your attacks and you're forced to flee while he hurls fireballs at you. Becomes beatable later, being fought and defeated in the second visit to the Colosseum, then again at the end of two of the Colosseum cups.cups.
*** Pete is fought twice in ''II'', first in the Underworld with the aid of Hercules, and three major fights in Timeless River. (Plus one fight in the optional Hades Paradox Cup.)
*** Demyx has two boss fights, one in Olympus Coliseum (which is really just destroying the Forms he summons) and again in Hollow Bastion.


* ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'':
** Wiegraf in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTactics'': the first time you fight him, he runs away; the second time, you mortally wound him and he makes a DealWithTheDevil to keep on living; the third time, he's been completely taken over by the demon, and the first part of the battle is a DuelBoss in which you have to defeat his human form before he drops his disguise.
** Also in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTactics'', [[spoiler:Gaffgarion is fought three times; the first time, he turns on you in the beginning of the battle, the second is a normal fight, and the third time is a pseudo-DuelBoss (you have can still use allies in the fight, but they're trapped in another area until you use a switch to open a gate)]]. In [[UpdatedRerelease War of the Lions]], Argath (Algus in the [=PS1=] version) appears a second time late in the third chapter. Most of the Temple Knights, [[spoiler:Elmdor]], Celia, and Lede are all also fought twice.

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* ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'':
** Wiegraf in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTactics'':
UnknownRival Mid-Boss from the first ''VideoGame/{{Disgaea|HourOfDarkness}}'' is fought a total of ''five times''. Though he's treated like a GoldfishPoopGang in-story, he's actually a legitimate threat every time.
* ''VideoGame/{{Disgaea 2|CursedMemories}}'' has Axel, the Dark Hero. He is not, as his name may imply, a vicious murdering bastard, but a former rock star. Mid-Boss also makes an amusing optional cameo.
* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTactics'':
** The
first time you fight him, Wiegraf, he runs away; the second time, you mortally wound him and he makes a DealWithTheDevil to keep on living; the third time, he's been completely taken over by the demon, and the first part of the battle is a DuelBoss in which you have to defeat his human form before he drops his disguise.
** Also in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTactics'', Also, [[spoiler:Gaffgarion is fought three times; the first time, he turns on you in the beginning of the battle, the second is a normal fight, and the third time is a pseudo-DuelBoss (you have can still use allies in the fight, but they're trapped in another area until you use a switch to open a gate)]]. In [[UpdatedRerelease War of the Lions]], Argath (Algus in the [=PS1=] version) appears a second time late in the third chapter. Most of the Temple Knights, [[spoiler:Elmdor]], Celia, and Lede are all also fought twice.



** Klesta from ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTacticsA2'' is of the first variety.

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** * Klesta from ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTacticsA2'' is of the first variety.



* Almost every boss apart from the final bosses in the ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsOriginalGeneration'', though you can [[NonLethalKO shoot them down]] before they retreat if you reduce their hit points to just above the point where they'd retreat, then use a really powerful attack.
* [[Anime/TheBigO Jason Beck]], in every game in the ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsZ'' series so far. He's basically the [[Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam Yazan Gable]] of Z, which might as well be a CastingGag.



* ''VideoGame/ValkyriaChronicles'':
** Selvaria. The first two times you encounter her, she's invincible on account of her Valkyria powers. The [[RuleOfThree third time]], aptly named "Selvaria's Last Stand", she decides to fight you as a mortal woman. [[SmallGirlBigGun That doesn't make her]] [[ThatOneBoss any easier.]]
** [[AntiVillain Radi Jaeger]] if fought twice, first as an optional WarmupBoss, and ''much'' later as the penultimate boss.
** Also, [[EliteMook Ty the Immortal]], but he is optional.
* UnknownRival Mid-Boss from the first ''VideoGame/{{Disgaea|HourOfDarkness}}'' is fought a total of ''five times''. Though he's treated like a GoldfishPoopGang in-story, he's actually a legitimate threat every time.
* ''VideoGame/{{Disgaea 2|CursedMemories}}'' has Axel, the Dark Hero. He is not, as his name may imply, a vicious murdering bastard, but a former rock star. Mid-Boss also makes an amusing optional cameo.

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* ''VideoGame/ValkyriaChronicles'':
** Selvaria. The first two times you encounter her, she's invincible on account of her Valkyria powers. The [[RuleOfThree third time]], aptly named "Selvaria's Last Stand", she decides to fight you as a mortal woman. [[SmallGirlBigGun That doesn't make her]] [[ThatOneBoss any easier.]]
** [[AntiVillain Radi Jaeger]] if fought twice, first as an optional WarmupBoss, and ''much'' later as the penultimate boss.
** Also, [[EliteMook Ty the Immortal]], but he is optional.
* UnknownRival Mid-Boss
Almost every boss apart from the first ''VideoGame/{{Disgaea|HourOfDarkness}}'' is fought final bosses in the ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsOriginalGeneration'', though you can [[NonLethalKO shoot them down]] before they retreat if you reduce their hit points to just above the point where they'd retreat, then use a total of ''five times''. Though he's treated like a GoldfishPoopGang in-story, he's actually a legitimate threat really powerful attack.
* [[Anime/TheBigO Jason Beck]], in
every time.
* ''VideoGame/{{Disgaea 2|CursedMemories}}'' has Axel,
game in the Dark Hero. He is not, ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsZ'' series so far. He's basically the [[Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam Yazan Gable]] of Z, which might as his name may imply, well be a vicious murdering bastard, but a former rock star. Mid-Boss also makes an amusing optional cameo.CastingGag.



* ''VideoGame/ValkyriaChronicles'':
** Selvaria. The first two times you encounter her, she's invincible on account of her Valkyria powers. The [[RuleOfThree third time]], aptly named "Selvaria's Last Stand", she decides to fight you as a mortal woman. [[SmallGirlBigGun That doesn't make her]] [[ThatOneBoss any easier.]]
** [[AntiVillain Radi Jaeger]] if fought twice, first as an optional WarmupBoss, and ''much'' later as the penultimate boss.
** Also, [[EliteMook Ty the Immortal]], but he is optional.



** The three Alien Rulers. No encounter with them is a HopelessBossFight, and you can in fact get an Achievement for killing one in your first encounter with it, but usually they will just escape via portal after your troops deal enough damage.
** The Chosen in UpdatedRerelease ''War of the Chosen'' are also persistent threats, requiring a chain of covert operations before the player can take the fight to each of them individually and put them down for good.

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** The three Alien Rulers. Rulers introduced in the ''Alien Hunters'' DLC have a chance to crash any mission after you encounter the first Ruler. No encounter with them is a HopelessBossFight, and you can in fact get an Achievement for killing one in your first encounter with it, but usually they will just escape via portal after otherwise they'll scrap with your troops deal enough damage.
for a few rounds, then summon a portal and leave the battlefield. The good news is, any damage you do them will carry over to your next encounter.
** The Chosen in UpdatedRerelease the ''War of the Chosen'' expansion are also persistent threats, requiring since they possess ResurrectiveImmortality that lets them come back even if you kill them - and thanks to their AdaptiveAbility, you may find in your next encounter that they CameBackStrong. It takes a chain of covert operations before the player can take the fight Covert Actions to locate each of them individually Chosen's headquarters, find a way in, and launch a mission to put them down for good.good, but ItOnlyWorksOnce, and if you fail that assault, you'll be dealing with that particular Chosen for the rest of the campaign.


* ''VideoGame/HouseOfTheDead'':
** The Magician, the FinalBoss of the first game, is brought back as a second-to-final boss in the second one, and then as a BonusBoss in the fourth one.

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* ''VideoGame/HouseOfTheDead'':
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''VideoGame/HouseOfTheDead'': The Magician, the FinalBoss of the first game, is brought back as a second-to-final boss in the second one, and then as a BonusBoss in the fourth one.



** Nearly every boss in ''[[VideoGame/SuperMarioSunshine Sunshine]]'', ''[[VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy Galaxy]]'' and ''[[VideoGame/SuperMario3DWorld 3D World]]'' appears at least twice each. The most repeated encounters in these games are the Polluted Piranha Plant (five times: one in Delfino Plaza, one in Bianco Hills and three in Delfino Plaza), and [[BreatherBoss Topmaniac]] (four times: two normal battles, one daredevil run and one speedrun).

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** Nearly every boss in ''[[VideoGame/SuperMarioSunshine Sunshine]]'', ''[[VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy Galaxy]]'' and ''[[VideoGame/SuperMario3DWorld 3D World]]'' appears at least twice each. The most repeated encounters in these games are the Polluted Piranha Plant (five times: one in Delfino Plaza, Airstrip, one in Bianco Hills and three in Delfino Plaza), and [[BreatherBoss Topmaniac]] (four times: two normal battles, one daredevil run and one speedrun).



** In ''Yoshi's New Island'', [[EvilSorceror Kamek]] appears as the boss of every [[MiniDungeon mid-world fortress]], sharply contrasting the first two ''VideoGame/YoshisIsland'' games where he is TheUnfought.

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** In ''Yoshi's New Island'', [[EvilSorceror Kamek]] appears as the boss of every [[MiniDungeon mid-world fortress]], sharply contrasting the first two ''VideoGame/YoshisIsland'' games where he is TheUnfought.TheUnfought and all mid-world fortresses have each its own mini-boss.



** In ''VideoGame/WarioMasterOfDisguise'', Count Cannoli is fought a total of three times: Episodes 1, 2 and the start of 9. Carpaccio plays with the trope: He's challenged in a proper fight in Episode 4, then in a RacingMinigame at the end of Episode 9.



* Big John, the T. rex-looking first boss from ''VideoGame/ViewtifulJoe 2'', comes back at least twice as a SubBoss. And wears a PaperThinDisguise as "Big Lee", who spends the better part of a minute denying he's really Big John before proving a BaitAndSwitchBoss. You DO get to fight him a second time... except it's shapeshifting robot Miss Bloody Rachel. He finally gets his rematch with you in ''Red Hot Rumble''. Captain Blue does this in the first game.

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* Big John, the T. rex-looking first rst boss from ''VideoGame/ViewtifulJoe 2'', comes back at least twice as a SubBoss. And wears a PaperThinDisguise as "Big Lee", who spends the better part of a minute denying he's really Big John before proving a BaitAndSwitchBoss. You DO get to fight him a second time... except it's shapeshifting robot Miss Bloody Rachel. He finally gets his rematch with you in ''Red Hot Rumble''. Captain Blue does this in the first game.



* TheRival in near-every ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' game, including the leader of TheSyndicate in each of the ''Pokémon'' games and a few protege trainers.
** N in ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' is unique in that his party is assembled primarily from Mons that can be found in the nearby areas, and completely different every time.

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* TheRival in near-every ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' game, including the leader of TheSyndicate in each of the ''Pokémon'' games and a few protege trainers.
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trainers. N in ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' is unique in that his party is assembled primarily from Mons that can be found in the nearby areas, and completely different every time.


* Ramirez from ''VideoGame/SkiesOfArcadia'' is not only a recurring boss, he is the ''final'' boss, with two OneWingedAngel forms. That said, the two times you can fight him before the final encounter are optional HopelessBossFights: one you should skip and one you should engage if you want the best Swashbuckler rating.

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* ''VideoGame/SkiesOfArcadia''
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Ramirez from ''VideoGame/SkiesOfArcadia'' is not only a recurring boss, he is the ''final'' boss, with two OneWingedAngel forms. That said, the two times you can fight him before the final encounter are optional HopelessBossFights: {{Hopeless Boss Fight}}s, one you should skip and one you should engage if you want the best [[RedBaron Swashbuckler rating.Rating]].
** The BigBad, Galcian, technically only has one true boss fight, but you ''can'' battle him the first time you visit Valua. However, [[ShmuckBait you shouldn't]], [[HopelessBossFight you will not win]], and unlike the Ramirez battles, losing to Galcian is a GameOver.
** Piastol, a BonusBoss exclusive to the ''Legends'' re-release, can be fought four times throughout the game.

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