- Jack the Ripper, who is none other than your twin brother in the London Waxwork, likes causing trouble and making you look bad just for looking like him — to the point where you can be arrested and hanged if you come across the police, or beaten to death by a lynch mob if they catch you. With that in mind, nothing is more satisfying and awesome in that waxwork than to defeat the bastard in a sword fight — your swordstick versus his knife. Awesome music ensues after fatally stabbing him and causing him to fall backward into the River Thames.
- Knocking the Ripper into the Thames winds up being an effective backup killing plan in case he didn't actually die from the stabbing, à la horror-movie villains. The state of the Thames at that time was considerably less than pristine, so getting Thames water in a stab wound would likely finish someone off from infection.
- The Graveyard's protagonist is a simple gravedigger who went to retrieve his shovel, who ends up taking on a powerful necromancer and his entire army of zombies and winning despite the massive power gap.
- Destroying Ixona and her curse in the final waxwork is nothing short of immensely satisfying, especially after all the horrors she was responsible for. You use various items taken from each of the slain evil twins to utterly mutilate her — cutting off her hand, burning her flesh with toxic chemicals and shooting her through the eye with a crossbow bolt — leaving the formerly all-powerful, untouchable witch cowering on the ground before stabbing her in the throat multiple times with Jack the Ripper's Dagger.
- If Alex's dream is any indication, the last thing Ixona the witch saw before her death during the climax was the last of the evil twins transformed into a literal demon with horns and giving her — along with her curse and Beelzebub himself — what would be equal to a cosmic middle finger.
Awesome / Wax Works