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20th May '16 10:05:32 AM dlchen145
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* ''VideoGame/MassEffect1'' has the Geth Recon Drones. While they're really weak and [[spoiler:responsible for killing your GuestStarPartyMember]], you only encounter them on Eden Prime and Feros.

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* ''VideoGame/MassEffect1'' has the Geth Recon Repair Drones. While they're really weak They do not attack, and [[spoiler:responsible for killing your GuestStarPartyMember]], you are only encounter them capable of repairing their Geth allies. They only appear once on Eden Prime Noveria, and Feros. are never seen again.



** The Geth Recon Drones from the first game return, and there are more of them than there were in that game, but now they only appear in ''one'' level, Tali's recruitment mission.

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** The Geth Recon Drones return from the first game return, and there are more of them than there were in that game, but now they only appear in ''one'' level, Tali's recruitment mission.
18th May '16 10:06:01 PM MyFinalEdits
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* SpecOpsTheLine has only 7 Bayonet Runners out of hundreds of mooks. There are a low number of heavies - seven foot soldiers with massive armor and a BFG. There is only one of them who is a [[spoiler: hallucination of your deceased squadmate]], and he's incredibly challenging to beat. Lose to him, and you [[spoiler: flash back a bit to find he's replaced by a normal heavy, suggesting he was a hallucination]]. One other unique, very difficult heavy seemingly teleports about a room and flashes in and out of existence in a room full of mannequins. This guy has a very good chance of causing a Game Over, and his strange power seems to be a result of [[spoiler: the protagonist's frayed sanity causing him to hallucinate]].

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* SpecOpsTheLine ''VideoGame/SpecOpsTheLine'' has only 7 Bayonet Runners out of hundreds of mooks. There are a low number of heavies - seven foot soldiers with massive armor and a BFG. There is only one of them who is a [[spoiler: hallucination of your deceased squadmate]], and he's incredibly challenging to beat. Lose to him, and you [[spoiler: flash back a bit to find he's replaced by a normal heavy, suggesting he was a hallucination]]. One other unique, very difficult heavy seemingly teleports about a room and flashes in and out of existence in a room full of mannequins. This guy has a very good chance of causing a Game Over, and his strange power seems to be a result of [[spoiler: the protagonist's frayed sanity causing him to hallucinate]].
18th May '16 12:21:54 PM chc232323
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* SpecOpsTheLine has only 7 Bayonet Runners out of hundreds of mooks. There are a low number of heavies - seven foot soldiers with massive armor and a BFG. There is only one of them who is a [[spoiler: hallucination of your deceased squadmate]], and he's incredibly challenging to beat. Lose to him, and you [[spoiler: flash back a bit to find he's replaced by a normal heavy, suggesting he was a hallucination]]. One other unique, very difficult heavy seemingly teleports about a room and flashes in and out of existence in a room full of mannequins. This guy has a very good chance of causing a Game Over, and his strange power seems to be a result of [[spoiler: the protagonist's frayed sanity causing him to hallucinate]].
16th May '16 11:47:16 PM wolftickets1969
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** In ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'', the Wreck of the FMS Northern Star is home to a unique gang of Norwegian-speaking Ghoul Raiders, which nonetheless are statistically no different than normal Raiders.

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** In ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'', the Wreck of the FMS Northern Star is home to a unique gang of [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot Norwegian-speaking Ghoul Raiders, Raiders]], which nonetheless are statistically no different than normal Raiders.
16th May '16 11:44:16 PM wolftickets1969
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*** The only Raider Berserker in the game is found in the Parsons State Insane Asylum.
15th May '16 11:09:59 AM dlchen145
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** The Geth Recon Drones from Mass Effect 1 return, and there are more of them than there were in that game, but now they only appear in ''one'' level, Tali's recruitment mission.

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** The Geth Recon Drones from Mass Effect 1 the first game return, and there are more of them than there were in that game, but now they only appear in ''one'' level, Tali's recruitment mission.
15th May '16 11:09:42 AM dlchen145
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* ''VideoGame/MassEffect1'' has the Geth Recon Drones. While they're really weak and [[spoiler:responsible for killing your GuestStarPartyMember]], you only encounter them on Eden Prime and Feros.


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** The Geth Recon Drones from Mass Effect 1 return, and there are more of them than there were in that game, but now they only appear in ''one'' level, Tali's recruitment mission.
15th May '16 11:01:41 AM dlchen145
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*** The game has also the Spiny Cheep-Cheep and a lone ''fire-breathing'' Nipper (both found in World 7, 7-4 and 7-8 respectively).

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*** The game has also has the Spiny Cheep-Cheep and a lone ''fire-breathing'' Nipper (both found in World 7, 7-4 and 7-8 respectively).



*** Each alternately-colored Yoshi (though [[NonIndicativeName not exactly an enemy]]) appears in only one or two Star Road levels. (You ''can'' turn any Yoshi blue in the SNES version if you find Yoshi Wings.) The Game Boy Advance remake changed this so that after you unlock them at the Star Road, the Yoshi Eggs can be any of the four colors depending on what powerup held at the time.

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*** Each alternately-colored Yoshi (though [[NonIndicativeName not exactly an enemy]]) appears in only one or two Star Road levels. (You ''can'' turn any Yoshi blue in the SNES version if you find Yoshi Wings.) The Game Boy Advance remake changed this so that after you unlock them at the Star Road, the Yoshi Eggs can be any of the four colors depending on what the powerup held at the time.
15th May '16 10:49:06 AM dlchen145
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** There are also only two specific Krogan enemies who don't use shotguns (they use [[HandCannon Carnifexs]]) and have energy shields instead of biotic barriers. One, the Bounty Hunter, is encountered during Thane's loyalty mission, and the other, Kalusk, is found in sidequest.

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** There are also only two specific Krogan enemies who don't use shotguns (they use [[HandCannon Carnifexs]]) and have energy shields instead of biotic barriers. One, the Bounty Hunter, is encountered during Thane's loyalty mission, and the other, Kalusk, is found in a sidequest.
15th May '16 10:48:40 AM dlchen145
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* ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'' has a technician. ''One'' technician. You fight him during Jack's recruitment mission, inside the room where the switch to release Jack from her cell is. He has the dubious honor of being by far the ''weakest'' enemy in the game--he has ridiculously low health, has only low shielding on higher difficulty levels, has no powers, and wields the weakest pistol in the game. Even on [[HarderThanHard Insanity]], you can pretty much defeat him by walking up to him and punching him in the face a couple of times (assuming your squadmates don't get him first). Several other enemies are technically mission specific reskins of regular enemies, like Batarian Troopers, Sisterhood Initiates, and Freelancers.

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* ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'' has a technician. ''One'' technician. You fight him during Jack's recruitment mission, inside the room where the switch to release Jack from her cell is. He has the dubious honor of being by far the ''weakest'' enemy in the game--he has ridiculously low health, has only low shielding on higher difficulty levels, has no powers, and wields the weakest pistol in the game. Even on [[HarderThanHard Insanity]], you can pretty much defeat him by walking up to him and punching him in the face a couple of times (assuming your squadmates don't get him first). first).
** There are also only two specific Krogan enemies who don't use shotguns (they use [[HandCannon Carnifexs]]) and have energy shields instead of biotic barriers. One, the Bounty Hunter, is encountered during Thane's loyalty mission, and the other, Kalusk, is found in sidequest.
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Several other enemies are technically mission specific reskins of regular enemies, like Batarian Troopers, Sisterhood Initiates, and Freelancers.
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