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Comical optional boss that can be found throughout the game.
An Anti-Villain fought as a mid-game boss. Primarily fights using wide-reaching physical attacks and heals herself after a set time passes, the latter of which makes her That One Boss. Becomes Promoted to Playable in the DLC due to strong fan demand.
Doesnít have mooks, fights you himself and is half-easy, half-hard to beat.
A Squishy Wizard who stays in the background sensing their minions to fight for them, they can only be harmed at first with reflected spells and projectiles, when given enough damage they will acquire a more offensive strategy and can be harmed normally.
A Dual Boss who guard a powerful item, they test those who try to take it. Expect an extremely tough boss battle as both bosses will defend each other and work together to try to best you. After you defeat them they join you side
An Affably Evil aristocrat villian who uses long-range weapons and absurd objects, such as pens, stakes or basically any sharp object he can carry to exemplify his marksmanship.
A Cowardly Boss that relies on his machines to attack you.
A Flunky Boss where you have to kill the core while it summons monster after monster.
A beat-em-up boss, whom you have to repeatedly strike in order to weaken it and finish it off. They get progressively faster as you harm them.
A standard Dual Boss... until you kill them for the first time, at which point they both revive, MK starts using patterns resembling Hive Knight's, and Lucina summons helpers along with her previous attack pattern.
Same as the normal version of her, but with a smaller hitbox and different attack patterns.
Edited by DefRevenge24601 on Mar 14th 2019 at 9:49:39 AM
Flunky Boss that can pack a mean punch for new and old players.
A Drill Sergeant Nasty Wake-Up Call Boss who only exist so that you could improve your skills in a long run
A duo boss from a fighting game. You only fight one at a time with them tagging in and out frequently. Their attack patterns vary wildly between the two bosses and they're hard to put down, which will undoubtedly lead to you throwing your console out the window in frustration.
A Final Boss that has like, a lot of Mooks and is also a That One Boss. Gives a lot of experience points more if you carry a item based on a star when fighting him.
Mage/Ranged Attack Boss that has multiple phases which are their transformations or have transformation attacks
(Think Hilda Berg and The Devil from Cuphead)
Edited by TabbyGirl4 on Mar 17th 2019 at 3:41:51 AM
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