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2nd Feb '16 10:27:59 AM MegaMarioMan
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** In ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy2'', there are quite a few examples in the game. Among others, there is only one Spiky Piranha Plant at the end of Sky Station Galaxy's second stage, a single Jammyfish in the middle of Cosmic Cove's second mission, Cluckbooms, Pokey Sprouts, and Rhomps only appear in the first mission mission of Slipsand Galaxy, and Kleptoads only appear in a Hungry Luma planet in Hightail Falls Galaxy.
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** In ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy2'', there are quite a few examples in the game. Among others, there is only one Spiky Piranha Plant at the end of Sky Station Galaxy's second stage, a single Jammyfish in the middle of Cosmic Cove's second mission, Cluckbooms, Pokey Sprouts, and Rhomps only appear in the first mission mission of Slipsand Galaxy, and Kleptoads only appear in a Hungry Luma planet in Hightail Falls Galaxy.

*** So far, there has only been one [[VideoGame/SuperMarioWorld blue shelled Koopa]] in the entire ''New'' series, and it's not even in a main game: It's found in the ice-themed multiplayer stage of [[VideoGame/NewSuperMarioBros1 the first game]].
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*** So far, there has only been one [[VideoGame/SuperMarioWorld blue shelled Koopa]] in the entire ''New'' series, and it's not even in a main game: level: It's found in the ice-themed multiplayer stage of [[VideoGame/NewSuperMarioBros1 the first game]].

*** So far, there has Snow Spikes, a snow-themed variant of the Spike (those guys from ''[=SMB3=]'' and beyond who barf up spike balls and throw them) only been one [[VideoGame/SuperMarioWorld blue shelled Koopa]] appear in the entire ''New'' series, and it's not even in a main game: It's found in the ice-themed multiplayer stage 5-1 of [[VideoGame/NewSuperMarioBros1 the first game]].''[=NSMB1=]''.

*** And even in [[VideoGame/NewSuperMarioBros its DS predecessor]], the only level where Sledge Bros. and Fire Bros. show up (two of each) is 8-7. Three Sledge Bros. are in ''VideoGame/NewSuperMarioBrosU'', all of them in the World 7 castle.
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*** And even in [[VideoGame/NewSuperMarioBros [[VideoGame/NewSuperMarioBros1 its DS predecessor]], the only level where Sledge Bros. and Fire Bros. show up (two of each) is 8-7. Three Sledge Bros. are in ''VideoGame/NewSuperMarioBrosU'', all of them in the World 7 castle.
26th Jan '16 2:25:45 AM WoodyAlien3rd
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* The rare arcade platformer ''J. J. Squawkers'' features at about the beginning of the first level a white monkey with a human face (!) and Mickey Mouse ears (!!) shaking a tree to let dangerous fruits fall down. It lets out a hilarious death scream when defeated. Level 3 has a tough yellow walker mech that shoots tons of missiles and can be considered a BossInMookClothing.
25th Jan '16 10:10:37 PM wolftickets1969
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* ''VideoGame/OriAndTheBlindForest'' has a spiny platform-circling InvincibleMinorMinion that appears in one section of the Ginso Tree and nowhere else. The orb-like Elemental enemies are a common occurence in and near Mount Horu, but there's only two encounters with the laser-shooting variety: one pair on the road to the dungeon, and another pair in a single corridor within the dungeon, and only one, in the former pair, uses both fireballs and lasers.
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* ''VideoGame/OriAndTheBlindForest'' has a spiny platform-circling InvincibleMinorMinion that appears in one section of the Ginso Tree and nowhere else. The orb-like Elemental enemies are a common occurence in and near Mount Horu, but there's only two encounters with the laser-shooting variety: one pair on the road to the dungeon, and another pair in a single corridor within the dungeon, and only one, in the former pair, uses both fireballs and lasers.
25th Jan '16 10:02:52 PM wolftickets1969
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* ''VideoGame/OriAndTheBlindForest'' has a spiny platform-circling InvincibleMinorMinion that appears in one section of the Ginso Tree and nowhere else.
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* ''VideoGame/OriAndTheBlindForest'' has a spiny platform-circling InvincibleMinorMinion that appears in one section of the Ginso Tree and nowhere else. The orb-like Elemental enemies are a common occurence in and near Mount Horu, but there's only two encounters with the laser-shooting variety: one pair on the road to the dungeon, and another pair in a single corridor within the dungeon, and only one, in the former pair, uses both fireballs and lasers.
25th Jan '16 9:45:53 PM wolftickets1969
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* ''VideoGame/OriAndTheBlindForest'' has at least two examples; the spiny, platform-circling {{Invincible Minor Minion}}s in one section of the Ginso Tree, and the Laser Elemental, which appears once on the path to Mount Horu, and once in the dungeon itself.
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* ''VideoGame/OriAndTheBlindForest'' has at least two examples; the spiny, a spiny platform-circling {{Invincible Minor Minion}}s InvincibleMinorMinion that appears in one section of the Ginso Tree, Tree and the Laser Elemental, which appears once on the path to Mount Horu, and once in the dungeon itself.nowhere else.
25th Jan '16 4:14:17 PM wolftickets1969
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* ''VideoGame/OriAndTheBlindForest'' has at least two examples; the spiny, platform-circling InvincibleMinorMinions in one section of the Ginso Tree, and the Laser Elemental, which appears once on the path to Mount Horu, and once in the dungeon itself.
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* ''VideoGame/OriAndTheBlindForest'' has at least two examples; the spiny, platform-circling InvincibleMinorMinions {{Invincible Minor Minion}}s in one section of the Ginso Tree, and the Laser Elemental, which appears once on the path to Mount Horu, and once in the dungeon itself.
25th Jan '16 4:13:45 PM wolftickets1969
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* ''VideoGame/OriAndTheBlindForest'' has at least two examples; the spiny, platform-circling InvincibleMinorMinions in one section of the Ginso Tree, and the Laser Elemental, which appears once on the path to Mount Horu, and once in the dungeon itself.
15th Jan '16 10:17:40 PM Galacton
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** ''VideoGame/KirbysDreamLand3'' has two instances. The first is Polof, a rabbit-like creature that appears in one level of Sand Canyon, and quickly disappears into a background wall when you approach. Though this actually has a purpose: [[spoiler:That spot where it vanishes is a secret door leading to a room filled with items. The Polof is still missing, though.]] The second is Batamon, which appears behind walls and other unreachable areas in a few levels and looks a lot like Kirby. Certain copy abilities will let you destroy them from a distance, but there's no discernible reason to do so and usually there's no way to engage them directly. However, in one level you can continue past the goal and find a secret room full of them.
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** ''VideoGame/KirbysDreamLand3'' has two instances.examples. The first is Polof, a rabbit-like creature that appears in one level of Sand Canyon, and quickly disappears into a background wall when you approach. Though this actually has a purpose: [[spoiler:That spot where it vanishes is a secret door leading to a room filled with items. The Polof is still missing, though.]] The second is Batamon, which appears behind walls and other unreachable areas in a few levels and looks a lot like Kirby. Certain copy abilities will let you destroy them from a distance, but there's no discernible reason to do so and usually there's no way to engage them directly. However, in one level you can continue past the goal and find a secret room full of them.
11th Jan '16 6:25:16 AM Schnutzel
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* The Hardbeetle in ''VideoGame/{{Aquaria}}'' is a small, practically invincible and unimportant creature that appears in exactly one place.
9th Jan '16 3:52:35 AM Koveras
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Please try to avoid listing {{miniboss}}es and so forth here; these enemies are notable primarily because they're regular enemies who could by all rights turn up at various points in the game but don't.
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Please try to avoid listing {{miniboss}}es and so forth here; these enemies are notable primarily because they're regular enemies who could by all rights turn up at various points in the game but don't. Contrast DegradedBoss, where an enemy ''seems'' like a unique boss, but returns later as a regular mook.

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Please try to avoid listing {{miniboss}}es and so forth here; these enemies are notable primarily because they're regular enemies who * ''VideoGame/DarkSoulsI'' has the Parasitic Wall Hugger--a huge but entirely harmless (if you have ''any'' ranged capabilities) monster encountered in Blighttown. Although it looks like there could by all rights turn up at various points be more of them lurking around, you won't actually encounter another anywhere else in the game but don't.game, and once you kill it, it doesn't even respawn.
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