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18th Apr '18 12:59:30 AM ironcommando
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Many invisible enemies are just [[UndergroundMonkey variants of ordinary monsters]]. Or [[TheUnseen their true forms are never revealed at all]]. In VideoGames, these tend to be StealthyMooks and frequently overlap with GoddamnBats or DemonicSpiders. Sometimes, they become visible when doing specific things, like attacking, dying or moving.

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Many invisible enemies are just [[UndergroundMonkey variants of ordinary monsters]]. Or [[TheUnseen their true forms are never revealed at all]]. In VideoGames, these tend to be StealthyMooks {{Stealthy Mook}}s and frequently overlap with GoddamnBats or DemonicSpiders. Sometimes, they become visible when doing specific things, like attacking, dying or moving.
18th Apr '18 12:59:14 AM ironcommando
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Many invisible enemies are just [[UndergroundMonkey variants of ordinary monsters]]. Or [[TheUnseen their true forms are never revealed at all]]. In VideoGames, they frequently overlap with GoddamnBats or DemonicSpiders. Sometimes, they become visible when doing specific things, like attacking, dying or moving.

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Many invisible enemies are just [[UndergroundMonkey variants of ordinary monsters]]. Or [[TheUnseen their true forms are never revealed at all]]. In VideoGames, they these tend to be StealthyMooks and frequently overlap with GoddamnBats or DemonicSpiders. Sometimes, they become visible when doing specific things, like attacking, dying or moving.
25th Mar '18 12:02:25 AM DarkHunter
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* ''VideoGame/LuigisMansion'': Many of the Portrait Ghosts are invisible unless Luigi is looking away from them. Two rooms also have invisible Grabber ghosts. One of them has a giant mirror on the wall, and the Grabbers' reflections are visible, while the other has a projector, and the players has to track the Grabbers by their shadows on the screen.
4th Mar '18 3:48:59 PM nombretomado
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* The V38 Phantom TIE fighters in ''StarWarsRebelAssault II''.

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* The V38 Phantom TIE fighters in ''StarWarsRebelAssault ''VideoGame/StarWarsRebelAssault II''.
24th Dec '17 11:50:14 AM DarkHunter
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* ''VideoGame/DarkSoulsIII'': Sister Friede pulls a similar trick to Priscilla, as part of her being a walking CallBack to that boss. She can briefly turn invisible, jump to another location, and then attack you around ten seconds later. Her invisibility is undone if you get close to her, however, and you can still track her position by sound and by the puffs of snow she kicks up when jumping.
8th Nov '17 10:22:24 PM Sumatris
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* A handful of creatures in ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'' make use of the [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Invisibility]] spell, usually to cover their retreat when they're critically injured or hopelessly outmatched by their opponent(s). Spriggans and high-level vampires are the most notorious examples. Their invisibility isn't a direct threat because it has a fairly short duration and breaks the moment they attack. What makes it annyoing is their habit to heal themselves and/or recover lots of magicka while cloaked, so when they finally do show up again for another go at your PlayerCharacter, they're often back at full strength from near-death. Thankfully, this type of invisibility is far from perfect, allowing observant players to keep track of the target and hunt it down before it can retaliate.
25th Sep '17 8:12:37 AM AndreaTx
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** One fun subversion was the monster in "Party on, Garth" that was invisible to anyone who was sober.
--> '''Garth:''' Right. So... Whoa. Monster you got to be drunk to see. Cool! Also... hard to fight.
7th Sep '17 9:44:17 PM PaulA
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* The titular entity in ''Literature/TheDunwichHorror'' by Creator/HPLovecraft.
** Also, Abdul Alhazred, the author of ''[[TomeOfEldritchLore Necronomicon]]'', was devoured alive by an invisible monster.

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The titular entity in ''Literature/TheDunwichHorror'' by Creator/HPLovecraft.
"Literature/TheDunwichHorror".
** Also, Abdul Alhazred, the author of ''[[TomeOfEldritchLore Necronomicon]]'', was devoured alive by an invisible monster.
5th Jun '17 6:36:08 PM Mdumas43073
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* The title creature in the ''Radio/QuietPlease'' episode "The Thing on the Fourble Board".
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10th May '17 12:41:37 PM Derkhan
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* In ''Literature/LoyalEnemies'', the second generation of MixAndMatchCritters bred by the villains ends up dubbed "manglers" by the villagers they attack. It is an invisible wolf-werewolf hybrid bred to be vicious, insanely fast and resilent and docile in the presence of their masters. They also multiply by killing, twenty dead people per one new mangler, meaning one mangler can attack a village and out come five of them.
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