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23rd Feb '17 1:53:27 PM Gosicrystal
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Now even though the item eaten can vary, it's almost never something that would make the game {{Unwinnable}}, or even have the item be LostForever, just something that makes you really hate this enemy.

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Now even though the item eaten can vary, it's almost never something that would make the game {{Unwinnable}}, or even have render the item be LostForever, [[PermanentlyMissableContent unobtainable again]], just something that makes you really hate this enemy.



* The objective in ''VideoGame/DefenseGridTheAwakening'' is to prevent the aliens from stealing your power cores. If any leave the map, which occurs most easily with flying enemies, they are LostForever for that level.

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* The objective in ''VideoGame/DefenseGridTheAwakening'' is to prevent the aliens from stealing your power cores. If any leave the map, which occurs most easily with flying enemies, they are LostForever [[PermanentlyMissableContent gone]] for that level.
19th Dec '16 12:27:14 PM HarmoniousFusion
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* In ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeonGatesToInfinity'', if an enemy Pokemon successfully damages you with Bug Bite or Pluck, they'll use a random edible item in your inventory, which can be extremely detrimental if they happen target your Reviver Seeds. Not surprisingly, the toughest dungeons tend to have stretches that are swarming with Pokemon that know those moves for the sake of exhausting your supplies.

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* In ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeonGatesToInfinity'', if an enemy Pokemon successfully damages you with Bug Bite or Pluck, they'll use a random edible item in your inventory, which can be extremely detrimental if they happen to target your Reviver Seeds. Not surprisingly, the toughest dungeons tend to have stretches that are swarming with Pokemon that know those moves for the sake of exhausting your supplies. These moves also exist in the main ''Pokémon'' [=RPGs=], where they consume the target's held berry if there is one.
8th Dec '16 5:31:01 PM pointillist
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* The crows at the beginning of ''VideoGame/{{Earthbound}}'' steal food items from you. At least after they do so, they sit there with a smug grin on their face for several turns rather than attacking, and they drop cookies when defeated.
2nd Dec '16 11:23:22 PM MagnusForce
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** The first edition ''Fiend Folio'' offered disenchanters, weird [[Creator/DrSeuss Seussian]] monsters that could suck the magic right out of an object with their nose.
** 4th edition augmented rust monsters to dwenmor eaters which decay magic items (even ranged weapons or implements), although there still no long term risk as the magic item can still be reconstructed from residuum from the monster's stomach.

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** The first edition ''Fiend Folio'' offered disenchanters, weird [[Creator/DrSeuss Seussian]] monsters resembling blue humpless camels with trunks that could suck the magic right out of an object with their nose.
** 4th edition added augmented rust monsters to dwenmor called dewomer eaters which decay magic items (even ranged weapons or implements), although there still no long term risk as the magic item can still be reconstructed from residuum from the monster's stomach.
26th Oct '16 1:03:41 PM GoblinCipher
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** The first edition ''Fiend Folio'' offered disenchanters, weird [[Creator/DoctorSeuss Seussian]] monsters that could suck the magic right out of an object with their nose.

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** The first edition ''Fiend Folio'' offered disenchanters, weird [[Creator/DoctorSeuss [[Creator/DrSeuss Seussian]] monsters that could suck the magic right out of an object with their nose.
26th Oct '16 1:03:15 PM GoblinCipher
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** Many other games, such as ''TabletopGame/TalesOfBladesAndHeroes'', have similar monsters [[LawyerFriendlyCameo with different names]].

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** Many other games, such as ''TabletopGame/TalesOfBladesAndHeroes'', ''Tales Of Blades And Heroes'', have similar monsters [[LawyerFriendlyCameo with different names]].
26th Oct '16 1:02:52 PM GoblinCipher
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** 4th edition augmented rust monsters to dwenmor eaters which decay magic items (even ranged weapons or implements), although there still no long term risk as the magic item can still be reconstructed from residuum from the monster's stomach.


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** The first edition ''Fiend Folio'' offered disenchanters, weird [[Creator/DoctorSeuss Seussian]] monsters that could suck the magic right out of an object with their nose.
** 4th edition augmented rust monsters to dwenmor eaters which decay magic items (even ranged weapons or implements), although there still no long term risk as the magic item can still be reconstructed from residuum from the monster's stomach.
** Many other games, such as ''TabletopGame/TalesOfBladesAndHeroes'', have similar monsters [[LawyerFriendlyCameo with different names]].
25th Jul '16 3:01:56 AM Morgenthaler
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* The objective in ''DefenseGridTheAwakening'' is to prevent the aliens from stealing your power cores. If any leave the map, which occurs most easily with flying enemies, they are LostForever for that level.
* Iron Grazers in ''LandsOfLore: The Throne of Chaos'' can dissolve your armor if you don't kill them quickly enough. There are a few other enemies in the game that do the same thing, but the Iron Grazers are the only ones you get warned about.

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* The objective in ''DefenseGridTheAwakening'' ''VideoGame/DefenseGridTheAwakening'' is to prevent the aliens from stealing your power cores. If any leave the map, which occurs most easily with flying enemies, they are LostForever for that level.
* Iron Grazers in ''LandsOfLore: ''VideoGame/LandsOfLore: The Throne of Chaos'' can dissolve your armor if you don't kill them quickly enough. There are a few other enemies in the game that do the same thing, but the Iron Grazers are the only ones you get warned about.
17th Jun '16 5:11:00 PM Someoneman
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** [[TheScrappy Tingle]] gives the [[AmericansHateTingle American audience]] even ''more'' reason to hate him by becoming this in ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaFourSwordsAdventures Four Swords Adventures]]''. If you leave force gems (what you need to beat the game) on the ground for too long, he'll show up and try to steal them.

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** [[TheScrappy Tingle]] gives the [[AmericansHateTingle American audience]] even ''more'' reason to hate him by becoming Tingle becomes this in ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaFourSwordsAdventures Four Swords Adventures]]''. If you leave force gems (what you need to beat the game) on the ground for too long, he'll show up and try to steal them.
17th Jun '16 5:09:29 PM Someoneman
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Now even though the item eaten can vary, it's almost never something that would make the game {{Unwinnable}}, or even have the item be LostForever, just something that makes you [[GoddamnedBats really hate this enemy]].

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Now even though the item eaten can vary, it's almost never something that would make the game {{Unwinnable}}, or even have the item be LostForever, just something that makes you [[GoddamnedBats really hate this enemy]].
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* ''{{VideoGame/NetHack}}'' has acidic monsters whose slime/blood erodes your weapons, rust monsters and rust traps to rust iron, gelatinous cubes that eat organic materials and disenchanters who eat your items' magic. Some can be negated by enchanting your gear to make it rust/fire/rot-proof, but disenchanters are GoddamnBats for a reason.

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* ''{{VideoGame/NetHack}}'' has acidic monsters whose slime/blood erodes your weapons, rust monsters and rust traps to rust iron, gelatinous cubes that eat organic materials and disenchanters who eat your items' magic. Some can be negated by enchanting your gear to make it rust/fire/rot-proof, but disenchanters are GoddamnBats for a reason.cannot.
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