5. FF8 - Abaddon Random boss that comes from NOWHERE. I like him because he's a nice surprise, especially if you're new to the series and don't know about Undead monsters, you're in for a nice surprise. He has a fairly neat design too, tall or short. Better than other abaddons I've seen. 4. Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow - Dimitrii (i think) The guy who copies attacks. It might not be Dimitrii, but whatever. He's a fairly challenging boss if you don't know what you're doing (giving him your amazing skills? Wow, I did that at first. Whoops) but fairly easy if you DO know. He also provided a crucial plot element which makes the game refreshing and interesting, imo. 3. Kingdom Hearts 2 - Xigbar YOU CLEVER LITTLE SNEAK i mean what. Anyway, Xigbar is a great boss for where he is in the game. He's a good challenge, and he has more unique attacks than the other bosses. After a lot of hack-n-slash bosses so far, it's nice to have a boss you have to think about whether to attack or defend before continuing. Plus, his voice actor is great and his appearance is so contrasted with the 'perfect' appearances of the other 13. 2. Sephiroth fight 2 - Crisis Core; Final Fantasy 7 TOUCH THE END AND YOU DIE. Nice, high stakes there. Plus, if you're underlevelled or have the wrong materia equipped, you're already dead. I liked the high stakes in the battle more than anything, knowing that re-raise wont save you. Even if the game's difficulty is so low any newbie could play it, it was an enjoyable fight. 1. Gilgamesh, both fights - Final Fantasy 12 FOOLS! YOU FACE THE MIGHTIEST SWORDSMAN IN ALL IVALICE! YOU FACE ME, GILGAMESH! LONG HAVE I SOUGHT THE BLADE OF LEGEND! SCOURED HAVE I THE FURTHEST MARCHES EAST AND WEST! NOW MY SEARCH BRINGS ME HERE, TO YOU! YOUR WEAPONS ARE FORFEIT TO ME!