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** ''DemonicSpider/{{Warframe}}''

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** ''DemonicSpiders/FireEmblemHeroes''


As usual, TropesAreNotBad. If a game doesn't have at least one or two enemies you have any reason to fear, then it [[ItsEasySoItSucks may not be challenging enough to be fun]].

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As usual, TropesAreNotBad.Administrivia/TropesAreNotBad. If a game doesn't have at least one or two enemies you have any reason to fear, then it [[ItsEasySoItSucks may not be challenging enough to be fun]].


Demonic Spiders are the enemies that, for lack of a better phrase, have the deck stacked in their favor. They have more HitPoints, they go swifter, they come in swarms, attacking them deals damage to you, etc. Basically, these are the enemies with annoying abilities granted to them by the programmers that make them exponentially more dangerous than any other random enemy, but unlike the BossInMookClothing these are quite common.

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Demonic Spiders are the enemies that, for lack of a better phrase, have the deck stacked in their favor. They have more HitPoints, they go swifter, they come in swarms, attacking them deals damage to you, etc. Basically, these are the enemies with annoying abilities granted to them by the programmers that make them exponentially more dangerous than any other random enemy, but unlike the BossInMookClothing these are quite common.
common. They're essentially EliteMooks in the context of gameplay.


Unintentional examples may be a product of [[SturgeonsLaw poor]] playtesting; however, intentional examples do exist. Sometimes the intention isn't so much to fight them as [[RunOrDie avoid them]] or [[BeefGate hope they go away]]. They may appear during a StealthBasedMission to justify the need to sneak around them rather than fighting them. Most enemies in [[HorrorVideoGames Horror Games]] tend to be Demonic Spiders to some degree.

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Unintentional examples may be a product of [[SturgeonsLaw poor]] playtesting; however, intentional examples do exist. Sometimes the intention isn't so much to fight them as [[RunOrDie avoid them]] or [[BeefGate hope they go away]]. They may appear during a StealthBasedMission to justify the need to sneak around them rather than fighting them. Most enemies in [[HorrorVideoGames Horror Games]] HorrorVideoGames tend to be Demonic Spiders to some degree.


* In {{RPG}}s with a ClassAndLevelSystem, have the ability to [[LevelDrain take your hard-earned levels away from you]], particularly when there's no easy way to gain them back after the battle and you have to gain them back the hard way.

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* In {{RPG}}s with a ClassAndLevelSystem, have the ability to [[LevelDrain take your hard-earned levels away from you]], particularly when there's no easy way to gain them back after the battle and you have to gain them back [[LevelGrinding the hard way.
way]].


* Deliver [[OneHitKill lethal]] or [[HPToOne near-lethal]] attacks that are virtually impossible to dodge.

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* Deliver [[InstakillMook Deliver]] [[OneHitKill lethal]] or [[HPToOne near-lethal]] attacks that are virtually impossible to dodge.

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** ''DemonicSpiders/MegaManBattleNetwork''


Unintentional examples may be a product of [[SturgeonsLaw poor]] playtesting; however, intentional examples do exist. Sometimes the intention isn't so much to fight them as [[RunOrDie avoid them]]. They may appear during a StealthBasedMission to justify the need to sneak around them rather than fighting them. Most enemies in [[HorrorVideoGames Horror Games]] tend to be Demonic Spiders to some degree.

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Unintentional examples may be a product of [[SturgeonsLaw poor]] playtesting; however, intentional examples do exist. Sometimes the intention isn't so much to fight them as [[RunOrDie avoid them]].them]] or [[BeefGate hope they go away]]. They may appear during a StealthBasedMission to justify the need to sneak around them rather than fighting them. Most enemies in [[HorrorVideoGames Horror Games]] tend to be Demonic Spiders to some degree.


Demonic Spiders are the enemies that, for lack of a better phrase, have the deck stacked in their favor. They have more HitPoints, they go swifter, they come in swarms, attacking them deals damage to you, etc. Basically, these are the enemies with annoying abilities granted to them by the programmers that make them exponentially more dangerous than any other random enemy, but no less common.

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Demonic Spiders are the enemies that, for lack of a better phrase, have the deck stacked in their favor. They have more HitPoints, they go swifter, they come in swarms, attacking them deals damage to you, etc. Basically, these are the enemies with annoying abilities granted to them by the programmers that make them exponentially more dangerous than any other random enemy, but no less unlike the BossInMookClothing these are quite common.

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** ''DemonicSpiders/TheBattleCats''

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** ''DemonicSpiders/StarTrekOnline''


[[caption-width-right:256:[[TotalPartyKill Don't even think about going out in some blaze of glory]], [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyType0 mother]][[GoshDangitToHeck fricker]].]]

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[[caption-width-right:256:[[TotalPartyKill Don't even think about going out in some blaze of glory]], [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyType0 mother]][[GoshDangitToHeck fricker]].motherfricker]].]]


** ''DemonicSpiders/{{Fallout}}''



** ''DemonicSpiders/{{Fallout}}''

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