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17th Nov '17 9:34:08 PM dsneybuf
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** Early in this game, you come across the [[Disney/AliceInWonderland Mad Hatter's Tea Garden]] in Wonderland, and have a choice of which of the seven chairs you want to sit in to receive your unbirthday presents. Most of the chairs will summon tea utensils/boxes that will give you HP/MP balls and maybe a few items. Sitting in Alice's chair [[note]] the one indicated on the movie's [[Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo VHS]] releases before 1999, when that cover was replaced with a shot of Alice against a door/wall for a lame-duck Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection tape (which became a Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection tape the next year)[[/note]] or the middle chair on one side of the table will make a rather dark-looking unbirthday cake appear and explode, filling the garden with Heartless enemies and making the whole table disappear; you have to fight and destroy the enemies, then leave and come back to reset. Each chair can only be used once.

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** Early in this game, you come across the [[Disney/AliceInWonderland Mad Hatter's Tea Garden]] in Wonderland, and have a choice of which of the seven chairs you want to sit in to receive your unbirthday presents. Most of the chairs will summon tea utensils/boxes that will give you HP/MP balls and maybe a few items. Sitting in Alice's big red chair [[note]] the one indicated on the movie's [[Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo VHS]] releases before 1999, when that cover was replaced with a shot of Alice against a door/wall for a lame-duck Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection tape (which became a Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection tape the next year)[[/note]] or the middle chair on one side of the table will make a rather dark-looking unbirthday cake appear and explode, filling the garden with Heartless enemies and making the whole table disappear; you have to fight and destroy the enemies, then leave and come back to reset. Each chair can only be used once.
15th Nov '17 4:52:59 AM jormis29
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* Mimics in ''DungeonMeshi'' are actually a kind of crab that uses treasure chests both for protection (similar to hermit crabs) and as a way to to surprise prey (i.e. adventurers). Justified in that the setting has had dungeons for long enough that it's become a natural environment type, with its own evolutionary niches.

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* Mimics in ''DungeonMeshi'' ''Manga/DeliciousInDungeon'' are actually a kind of crab that uses treasure chests both for protection (similar to hermit crabs) and as a way to to surprise prey (i.e. adventurers). Justified in that the setting has had dungeons for long enough that it's become a natural environment type, with its own evolutionary niches.
4th Nov '17 2:48:20 AM jormis29
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* In ''[=McDonald's=] Treasure Land Adventure'', in the [[GangplankGalleon Pirate Ship level]], treasure chest monsters are present alongside real treasure chests filled with gold.

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* In ''[=McDonald's=] Treasure Land Adventure'', ''VideoGame/McDonaldsTreasureLandAdventure'', in the [[GangplankGalleon Pirate Ship level]], treasure chest monsters are present alongside real treasure chests filled with gold.
7th Oct '17 6:23:08 PM LucaEarlgrey
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*** The [[BonusDungeon Omega Ruins]] occasionally pits you in RandomEncounters with Mimics hidden in treasure chests, which if stolen from will reveal one of their four possible forms. Oh, and this happens, ''you can't escape from battle'' until you defeat it. (They do drop a lot of Gil though. And you can [[CuttingTheKnot safely Mug them]]; if it's not a real treasure, it'll still die before becoming a Mimic).

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*** The [[BonusDungeon Omega Ruins]] occasionally pits you in RandomEncounters with Mimics hidden in treasure chests, which if stolen from will reveal one of their four possible forms. Oh, and if this happens, ''you can't escape from battle'' until you defeat it. (They do drop a lot of Gil though. And you can [[CuttingTheKnot safely Mug them]]; if it's not a real treasure, it'll still die before becoming a Mimic).
11th Sep '17 7:42:39 PM Pinokio
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** In ''VideoGame/UltimaVI'', a mimic appears in Sutek's castle, and The Compendium describes mimics in greater detail.
14th Aug '17 1:14:33 AM RAMChYLD
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* ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfHeroesTrailsOfColdSteel'' has them, but they're usually really easy to spot and avoid. Dark red colored with silver trims and really ornate markings on them? Chest monster.

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* ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfHeroesTrailsOfColdSteel'' has them, but they're usually really easy to spot and avoid. Dark red colored with silver trims and really ornate markings on them? Chest monster. Note however that they also tend to have the best loot in the game. So avoiding them would be your loss.
13th Aug '17 6:42:11 PM RAMChYLD
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* ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfHeroesTrailsOfColdSteel'' has them, but they're usually really easy to spot and avoid. Dark red colored with silver trims and really ornate markings on them? Chest monster.
9th Aug '17 5:27:25 AM Jubileus57
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* n ''VideoGame/{{Miitopia}}'', some of the regular treasure chests are trapped and contain various monsters the Miis will consequently have to fight. There is no way of telling if a chest is a fake. Although the big goldent chests are never traps.

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* n In ''VideoGame/{{Miitopia}}'', some of the regular treasure chests are trapped and contain various monsters the Miis will consequently have to fight. There is no way of telling if a chest is a fake. Although the big goldent chests are never traps.
9th Aug '17 5:27:07 AM Jubileus57
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* n ''VideoGame/{{Miitopia}}'', some of the regular treasure chests are trapped and contain various monsters the Miis will consequently have to fight. There is no way of telling if a chest is a fake. Although the big goldent chests are never traps.
2nd Aug '17 8:39:46 PM Kekkama
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* ''Literature/EverybodyLovesLargeChests'': The main character of the story is a mimic that loves tasty and shiny things.
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