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Q: When do hunters get to tame druids?
A: Right after druids get a hunter form.
H10 Sindragosa. ICC, obviously.
6 mos. 6 mos of Phase III wipes. Oh, how she made sure the magic betrayyyyed us...
Dante in DMC4. He was completely different from all other bosses. While they were huge and had weak spots to be exploited, that fucker was fast as fuck, didn't have weaknesses, he blocked and countered every strike. And then I was like, fuck it, my nerves are priceless, and I used a trainer and didn't feel ashamed.
Funny thing. I often encounter such threads on different gaming boards, but when I try to remember the hardest boss fight, I just can't.
I'm sure the game I played had some really difficult boss battles, but I don't think I was ever blocked by a boss in a game. I sometimes do drop games because of different reasons, but I can't remember if I did that once because of a boss.
Surely, some bosses are really tough, but when I beat them once, they don't seem that threatening anymore, and I kinda forget they were hard the first time I tackled them.
From the most recent experience I must say O&S fight from Dark Souls was really hard to a point of being frustrating, but since then I beat them multiple times, including my low level characters, and I don't really have any kind of trouble with this fight anymore.
That's why you need me.... Need someone to punish you for your sins.
Not really a boss fight, but the last stage on Orcs Must Die! 2. I simply cannot do it! I tried endless amounts of times on solo play and I refuse to use a guide on how to do it easily. I've recently re-visited the game today after 3-4 month break and I still cannont finish it
(Difficultly War Mage, Solo play)
Church roof boss in Dark Souls. Fuck. My. Life it took me a long time to get that one right for some reason.
Most annoying one I've done? Probably Final Showdown in Melee. Taking on all three by yourself was such a pain in the ass, especially without using any stupid tactics.
Most annoying one I know? LOLOLOL go sodomize yourself Akuma.
the last boss in no more heroes 2 on bitter........ but its more because its kinda buggy boss in my opinion
Twin Emperors - AQ40 Solo 85 Blood DK... Not hard, just really tedious and annoying, but hey, Necrotic Strike FTW on that one.
I'll have to put a nod to Yellow Devil from Mega Man 1, the yellow blob thing that you have to shoot in the eye.
A friend of mine would say: The last fight(s) in Magician Lord. You have to fight all of the mini-bosses in a row, in a single form, followed by fighting all of the bosses in a row, in a single form.
The Kingpin in the Megadrive version of Spiderman was a pain in the arse.
Gwyn in Dark Souls. I was awful at parrying and he just fucked me so hard.
The robot boss in FF7's 3rd CD.. Can't remember the name, was such a long time ago, but on my first play-through I literally RAGE-quit over that boss. I just couldn't touch the game for a month and I eventually decided to start over from scratch and work my team better.
Oh, and WoW too! There was a boss back in Molten Core, it was one of the last ones... Harbinger I think was the name, the one with all the Healer adds you had to interrupt. We went there 4 days a week for a whole month before we could beat him.. Somehow we always had people fucking up BAD on the interrupts, I got so traumatized I think I haven't failed an interrupt in WoW ever since.
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Mentioning FFXIII-2... the last boss in that was... well not HARD per se, just annoying as fuck and after you've killed him about 17 times and he keeps coming back I just thought.. you know what? I can watch the ending on Youtube and traded my copy of FFXIII-2 in at game
Reading A Song of Ice and Fire is like playing with an adorable puppy, then someone comes up out of nowhere, shoots the puppy and punches you in the face.
Stands in front of 100 enemies with 10% health left "Myeh, I'll save my potions for when I REALLY need them." - every rpg player ever.
The absolute hardest? Mike...Fuckin...Tyson
My fingers are deformed thanks to that goddamn game!
If a video game developer removed tumors from players, they'd whine about nerfing their loss in weight and access to radiation powers. -Cracked.com