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* HarsherInHindsight: In the E3 2016 trailer, the game pokes fun at the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse for making a Film/BlackPanther film only after making a whole bunch of white-led films first. Itís pretty disheartening to see that Trey and Matt ended up [[Recap/SouthParkS22E01DeadKids not liking the film]].

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* HarsherInHindsight: In the E3 2016 trailer, the game pokes fun at the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse for making a Film/BlackPanther ''Film/{{Black Panther|2018}}'' film only after making a whole bunch of white-led films first. Itís pretty disheartening to see that Trey and Matt ended up [[Recap/SouthParkS22E01DeadKids not liking the film]].


** In Bring The Crunch, [[spoiler:the final boss is an alien in the hellish mind of a possessed Dr. Timothy, the latter as a large figure controlling the battlefield. While not the hardest, it definitely looks the part of a final boss, at least more so than the final boss of the main storyline. You even get to fight your kryptonite.]] For a more authentic final boss, itís highly recommended to not play this level until youíve completed everything else in the game.
*** Except maybe the battle with [[spoiler:Morgan Freeman]].

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** In Bring The Crunch, [[spoiler:the final boss is an alien in the hellish mind of a possessed Dr. Timothy, the latter as a large figure controlling the battlefield. While not the hardest, it definitely looks the part of a final boss, at least more so than the final boss of the main storyline. You even get to fight your kryptonite.]] For a more authentic final boss, itís highly recommended to not play this level until youíve completed everything else in the game.
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*** As well as the brief theme that plays when you fight the monsters for the first time. It sounds like traditional superhero battle music (as itís suppose to be an introduction to Mintberry Crunch), but is epic nonetheless.


** In Bring The Crunch, [[spoiler:the final boss is an alien in the hellish mind of a possessed Dr. Timothy, the latter as a large figure controlling the battlefield. While not the hardest, it definitely looks the part of a final boss (more so than the final boss of the main storyline). You even get to fight your kryptonite.]] For a more authentic final boss, itís highly recommended to not play this level until youíve completed everything else in the game.

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** In Bring The Crunch, [[spoiler:the final boss is an alien in the hellish mind of a possessed Dr. Timothy, the latter as a large figure controlling the battlefield. While not the hardest, it definitely looks the part of a final boss (more boss, at least more so than the final boss of the main storyline).storyline. You even get to fight your kryptonite.]] For a more authentic final boss, itís highly recommended to not play this level until youíve completed everything else in the game.


** In Bring The Crunch, [[spoiler:the final boss is an alien in the hellish mind of a possessed Dr. Timothy, the latter as a large figure controlling the battlefield. While not the hardest, it definitely looks the part of a final boss (more so than the final boss of the main storyline). You even get to fight your kryptonite.]] For a more authentic final boss feel, itís highly recommended to save this DLC for last.

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** In Bring The Crunch, [[spoiler:the final boss is an alien in the hellish mind of a possessed Dr. Timothy, the latter as a large figure controlling the battlefield. While not the hardest, it definitely looks the part of a final boss (more so than the final boss of the main storyline). You even get to fight your kryptonite.]] For a more authentic final boss feel, boss, itís highly recommended to save not play this DLC for last.level until youíve completed everything else in the game.
*** Except maybe the battle with [[spoiler:Morgan Freeman]].

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** The Plantmancer's other moves are seriously potent in themselves. "Purifying Petals" heals you, any allies close to you, clears status ailments AND grants Attack Up. The only thing tempering it is its long cooldown. "Sweet Scent" not only does decent damage to a foe a few squares away, but also knocks them towards you and Charms them, a condition ''far'' more difficult to get rid of than Confusion. And the Ultimate, "Nature's Gift" will heal every ally on the battlefield. And if an ally is down, it ''revives them'', no strings attached. There's probably a reason that this class is among the final ones that get unlocked in the game.


* CatharsisFactor: Players can take great pleasure in laying the beatdown on characters that they dislike. Special mention goes to being able to beat up Stephen Stotch ([[TheWoobie Butters']] abusive father) or Sheila Brofsloski. The Casa Bonita DLC gives the player the opportunity to wail on an annoying side character, Mr. Adams the police psychiatrist.

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* CatharsisFactor: Players can take great pleasure in laying the beatdown on characters that they dislike. Special mention goes to being able to beat up Stephen Stotch ([[TheWoobie Butters']] abusive father) or Sheila Brofsloski.Broflovski. The Casa Bonita DLC gives the player the opportunity to wail on an annoying side character, Mr. Adams the police psychiatrist.


* InternetBacklash: French fans were not pleased when it was revealed after two years of touting a dub made with the official voice actors, the game would instead be dubbed by replacements in Belgium.


* AcceptableLifestyleTargets: Vampires and Goths. The game treats you barging into the vampires' party and ruining things for them as justified because of how lame the vampires are, and Goths are treated as being almost indistinguishable from vampires, and are at best seen as tolerably lame.

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* AcceptableLifestyleTargets: AcceptableTargets: Vampires and Goths. The game treats you barging into the vampires' party and ruining things for them as justified because of how lame the vampires are, and Goths are treated as being almost indistinguishable from vampires, and are at best seen as tolerably lame.


** The lower tier fighters are: The Coon[[note]]Can make enemies bleed, but Captain Diabetes will do more raw damage overall [[spoiler:and you [[spoiler:temporarily]] lose the Coon once you enter Chapter 4]][[/note]], Fastpass[[note]]Is decent at range and can go Invisible, but there's no reason to use him over Call Girl[[/note]], Super Craig[[note]]Decent as a tank, but becomes outclassed when Captain Diabetes is obtained[[/note]], and Tupperware[[note]]Has some decent positioning skills, but not as tough as Captain Diabetes, and his most powerful attack roots in place.[[/note]]

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** The lower tier fighters are: The Coon[[note]]Can make enemies bleed, but Captain Diabetes will do more raw damage overall [[spoiler:and you [[spoiler:temporarily]] lose the Coon once you enter during Chapter 4]][[/note]], Fastpass[[note]]Is decent at range and can go Invisible, but there's no reason to use him over Call Girl[[/note]], Super Craig[[note]]Decent as a tank, but becomes outclassed when Captain Diabetes is obtained[[/note]], and Tupperware[[note]]Has some decent positioning skills, but not as tough as Captain Diabetes, and his most powerful attack roots in place.[[/note]]


** The lower tier fighters are: The Coon[[note]]Can make enemies bleed, but Captain Diabetes will do more raw damage overall [[spoiler:and you lose the Coon once you enter Chapter 4]][[/note]], Fastpass[[note]]Is decent at range and can go Invisible, but there's no reason to use him over Call Girl[[/note]], Super Craig[[note]]Decent as a tank, but becomes outclassed when Captain Diabetes is obtained[[/note]], and Tupperware[[note]]Has some decent positioning skills, but not as tough as Captain Diabetes, and his most powerful attack roots in place.[[/note]]

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** The lower tier fighters are: The Coon[[note]]Can make enemies bleed, but Captain Diabetes will do more raw damage overall [[spoiler:and you [[spoiler:temporarily]] lose the Coon once you enter Chapter 4]][[/note]], Fastpass[[note]]Is decent at range and can go Invisible, but there's no reason to use him over Call Girl[[/note]], Super Craig[[note]]Decent as a tank, but becomes outclassed when Captain Diabetes is obtained[[/note]], and Tupperware[[note]]Has some decent positioning skills, but not as tough as Captain Diabetes, and his most powerful attack roots in place.[[/note]]


** In From Dusk Till Casa Bonita, [[spoiler:Michael Jackson is summoned via a portal from Hell (everyone calls him Corey Haim, since thatís who was originally suppose to summoned). The boss fight is on a concert stage, complete with a cheering crowd.]]

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** In From Dusk Till Casa Bonita, [[spoiler:Michael Jackson is summoned via a portal from Hell (everyone calls him Corey Haim, since thatís who was originally suppose to be summoned). The boss fight is on a concert stage, complete with a cheering crowd.]]

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** In From Dusk Till Casa Bonita, [[spoiler:Michael Jackson is summoned via a portal from Hell (everyone calls him Corey Haim, since thatís who was originally suppose to summoned). The boss fight is on a concert stage, complete with a cheering crowd.]]


** In Bring The Crunch, [[spoiler:the final boss is an alien in the hellish mind of a possessed Dr. Timothy, the latter as a large figure controlling the battlefield. While not the hardest, it definitely looks the part of a final boss (more so than the final boss of the main storyline). You even get to fight your kryptonite. For a more authentic final boss feel, itís recommended to save this DLC for last.]]

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** In Bring The Crunch, [[spoiler:the final boss is an alien in the hellish mind of a possessed Dr. Timothy, the latter as a large figure controlling the battlefield. While not the hardest, it definitely looks the part of a final boss (more so than the final boss of the main storyline). You even get to fight your kryptonite. ]] For a more authentic final boss feel, itís highly recommended to save this DLC for last.]]


** In Bring The Crunch, [[spoiler:the final boss is an alien in the hellish mind of a possessed Dr. Timothy, the latter as a large figure controlling the battlefield. While not the hardest, it definitely looks the part of a final boss (more so than the final boss of the main storyline, so itís recommended to save this DLC for last). You even get to fight your kryptonite.]]

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** In Bring The Crunch, [[spoiler:the final boss is an alien in the hellish mind of a possessed Dr. Timothy, the latter as a large figure controlling the battlefield. While not the hardest, it definitely looks the part of a final boss (more so than the final boss of the main storyline, so itís recommended to save this DLC for last).storyline). You even get to fight your kryptonite. For a more authentic final boss feel, itís recommended to save this DLC for last.]]

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