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14th Nov '17 2:00:40 PM RedScharlach
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** Big Skulltulas drop around all over the game. Great Deku Tree, Forest Temple, Kakariko Well and Shadow Temple are where they're most common. Nothing quite like a spider the size of your clydesdale dropping into your face just over an entrance.

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** Big Skulltulas drop around all over the game. Great Deku Tree, Forest Temple, Kakariko Well and Shadow Temple are where they're most common. Nothing quite like a spider the size of your clydesdale a Clydesdale dropping into your face just over an entrance.



* ''VideoGame/{{Runescape}}'' includes the aptly named Wall Beast. It's lair is more or less visible, but is so placed to be nearly unavoidable. If you walk past it, a giant claw reaches out and grabs you by the head, shaking you and inflicting major damage. Averted if you are wearing a spiked helmet, in which case you can just kill the thing normally.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Runescape}}'' includes the aptly named Wall Beast. It's Its lair is more or less visible, but is so placed to be nearly unavoidable. If you walk past it, a giant claw reaches out and grabs you by the head, shaking you and inflicting major damage. Averted if you are wearing a spiked helmet, in which case you can just kill the thing normally.



* Suprise zombies in ''Manga/OnePiece'' were capable of disguising themselves as furniture, and lived up to their name at first. However, most of them were utterly incompetent at anything else. The Negative Hollows Perona used later in the same arc also had a tendency to drift ponderously out of walls.

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* Suprise Surprise zombies in ''Manga/OnePiece'' were capable of disguising themselves as furniture, and lived up to their name at first. However, most of them were utterly incompetent at anything else. The Negative Hollows Perona used later in the same arc also had a tendency to drift ponderously out of walls.



* The eponymous ''Franchise/{{Alien}}'' excells at clinging at walls and ceilings to ambush and grab a soon to be host. Notable in [[Film/{{Aliens}} the second movie]], where the creatures are introduced five minutes before we realize so, when what we though was a wall turned out to be more dangerous. [[spoiler: The last scene of the original movie pulls a similar trick]].

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* The eponymous ''Franchise/{{Alien}}'' excells excels at clinging at walls and ceilings to ambush and grab a soon to be host. Notable in [[Film/{{Aliens}} the second movie]], where the creatures are introduced five minutes before we realize so, when what we though was a wall turned out to be more dangerous. [[spoiler: The last scene of the original movie pulls a similar trick]].
7th Aug '17 2:30:36 PM Gemser
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* ''VideoGame/HauntingStarringPolterguy'': The arms in the underworld only come out when poltergeist Polterguy immediately passes them. They are very strong and hurt him a lot.
28th Oct '16 2:54:10 PM margdean56
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* ''WesternAnimation/BlackStar'' had monsters called Lavalocks that could make themselves part of a cliff wall, to emerge and attack when Our Heroes got too close. In their attack form they looked more or less like stocky dragons or dinosaurs walking on their hind legs.
30th Jul '16 3:12:29 PM spiritsunami
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* ''VideoGame/PokemonXandY'' has Pokémon ambush you from above in caves, though if you're paying attention you can see their shadows in advance. (Some caves make this easier than others.) Victory Road also has them occasionally swoop in on you in certain outdoor areas, and this can include encounters with the pseudolegendary Hydreigon.
27th Jul '16 10:29:28 AM LuciaMoore
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* A rare (but oft-remembered) non-video game version of this is present in the Nickelodeon gameshow ''Series/LegendsOfTheHiddenTemple'' in the form of Temple Guards, who would [[MemeticMolester forcibly grab]] players if they ventured into the wrong room or checked the wrong part of a room, taking away a [[OneUp "pendant of life"]] or removing the player from the game if they did not have one.

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* A rare (but oft-remembered) non-video game version of this is present in the Nickelodeon gameshow ''Series/LegendsOfTheHiddenTemple'' in the form of Temple Guards, who would [[MemeticMolester forcibly grab]] players if they ventured into the wrong room or checked the wrong part of a room, taking away a [[OneUp "pendant of life"]] or removing the player from the game if they did not have one. The trope applies because said guards almost always hid inside of disguised wall panels so the players would see an empty room until the guard suddenly popped out.
21st Apr '16 1:52:34 AM aye_amber
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* In ''VideoGame/Klonoa2LunateasVeil'', there is a plant-like monster that lurks within tunnels in the walls and will try to eat Klonoa if he gets too close. A [[MascotMook Moo]] needs to be thrown in its way as bait in order to get past.

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* In ''VideoGame/Klonoa2LunateasVeil'', ''VideoGame/{{Klonoa}} 2: Lunatea's Veil,'' there is a plant-like monster that lurks within tunnels in the walls and will try to eat Klonoa if he gets too close. A [[MascotMook Moo]] needs to be thrown in its way as bait in order to get past.
5th Feb '16 8:59:13 PM nombretomado
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* The last stage of the Creator/{{Capcom}} ArcadeGame ''Nemo'' has the Nightmare King's enormous clawed hands emerging from numerous holes in the walls.

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* The last stage of the Creator/{{Capcom}} ArcadeGame UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame ''Nemo'' has the Nightmare King's enormous clawed hands emerging from numerous holes in the walls.
17th Jan '16 10:08:19 PM Dravencour
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* Mom's Hands in VideoGame/TheBindingOfIsaac are the game's resident Wallmasters. They're preceded by Mom's sadistic laughter, and if they catch you, they'll throw you right back to the beginning of the level. They're the only major enemy in the game to have this effect.
5th Dec '15 5:46:47 AM erforce
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Klonoa}} 2'': Lunatea's Veil'', there is a plant-like monster that lurks within tunnels in the walls and will try to eat Klonoa if he gets too close. A [[MascotMook Moo]] needs to be thrown in its way as bait in order to get past.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Klonoa}} 2'': Lunatea's Veil'', ''VideoGame/Klonoa2LunateasVeil'', there is a plant-like monster that lurks within tunnels in the walls and will try to eat Klonoa if he gets too close. A [[MascotMook Moo]] needs to be thrown in its way as bait in order to get past.
2nd Nov '15 11:00:30 PM HeraldAlberich
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** Some the Metroids in the original UsefulNotes/{{NES}} ''VideoGame/{{Metroid1}}'' are kind of like this, in that they lurk just off screen then rush you as soon as they appear, and a few ''do'' start off in the ceiling or floor.

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** Some the Metroids in the original UsefulNotes/{{NES}} ''VideoGame/{{Metroid1}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Metroid 1}}'' are kind of like this, in that they lurk just off screen then rush you as soon as they appear, and a few ''do'' start off in the ceiling or floor.
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