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She would be That One Boss that you fight after it's already too late not to get the bad ending, that lets you know you've crossed the Moral Event Horizon.
He'd probably be a Warm-Up Boss whose attacks are based on swordplay and textile work.
Final, That One Boss who is a great pain to fight and monologues a lot.
what if your icon's already a boss
The Final Boss, a giant with an One-Hit KO punch and many bombs. He walks around the maze of the spaceship, and defeating him requires throwing his bombs back at him.
The final boss of a Juralian play through, with two phases.
Insanely hard due to his gun being an instant kill, but there are many traps and ways to harm him around the arena.
All one has to do is disregard Maou's advice/orders to run head on at him.
A puzzle boss with two phases-
One as his normal self, where he attacks via memes from his home series, including the famous time he dropped a guy out of his ship just to kill some Jurals. While he's his normal self, he's cruising in his ship to attack. To get him down, you have to use some of the cannons in the arena.
After knocking his ship down a few times in the arena, Ken turns red by going full on Chargeman. The boss is essentially an endurance run through various bullet hell patterns, 'till he exhausts one. It's then the time to attack is due!
A Flunky Boss that has many phases. Each phase he uses one type of pikmin, the last phase includes all types of pikmin at once.
Bait-and-Switch Boss. Get three hits on the smol cute human, watch what looks like a death sequence, and then...SURPRISE! Eldritch Abomination time!
Same as the previous post.
Early-to-mid game boss at best. Sentient lizards are generally treated as dumb, and pale to human or One-Winged Angel threats. Generally physical attacks, probably unarmed martial artist.
edited 10th Jul '17 8:29:08 AM by sarysa
Early boss, fires bullet patterns.
However, once they go berserk and turn red, they have one of the hardest bullet patterns in the game to dodge.
That One Boss due to his Genre Savvyness. regularly attacks you when you least expect it.
edited 10th Jul '17 8:24:18 AM by Superjohn
Puzzle boss with many global timers. Has to be fought multiple times.
Boss of the underwater level. Fills the screen with destroyable bouncing bubbles before turning backwards and trying to ram into you using its claw as a jet to propel itself.
May or may not be a Mega Man X Maverick, come to think of it. Stretch Clawitzer out a little more and you get Claw Howitzer, which sounds like a pretty good Maverick name to me.
play the wolf among us to the end, you'll quickly change your mind.
edited 10th Jul '17 4:33:16 PM by vjoi
Your average mid-game boss.
Final boss, three phases.
The first is slightly difficult, but the second one will utterly wipe the floor with you.
And the third?
Better have a lotta 1 Ups!
A Lethal Joke Character, as a Flunky Boss who isn't very hard, but is by no means easy.
Well...I don't have to. He already is one.
Basically, he's a Climax Boss in a turn-based tactics game whose main schtick is blatantly cheating to have more turns than the rest of your party combined.
The hard thing about this fight is that they keep on healing each other constantly.
She hides in darkness and lunges out of vents to strike, visible only for a second before doing so when she pauses to light her lighter. Or she uses shadow magic after the end of the game.
Some kind of King Mook that tries to punch you to death with his bare hands. He would reappear as regular mooks, though.
edited 11th Jul '17 12:42:08 AM by Mhazard
If it were a Tales Series game, she would be battled at least twice...and that d20 would be her quirky weapon. She _might_ be redeemable, but wouldn't join the party. For said battles, I'll say:
It wouldn't go past 3.
edited 11th Jul '17 6:39:33 AM by sarysa
Part of the team of the first gym leader that no one likes.
edited 11th Jul '17 7:45:30 AM by NASCARLOVER427
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