There are plenty of seemingly insignificant enemies that can easily dealt with one on one, but what happens when they learn the power of TEAMWORK?! Here are some of the enemies that we could've totally taken out if they hadn't got their mates to help...
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What about Porings in Ragnarok Online?... Almost everyone who played RO at his first mmorpg got screwed by one of those little pink cutish things.... Those things didn't even needed to swarm on you
And then came back several levels later just to mass genocide them for the sake of revenge
Top of the list is murlocs
Demonstrates modern day murlocs which a brainless player can kill in droves
Not the original murlocs who ran around at 200% move speed and would run away at half health and aggro half of the loaded zone to come kill you
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Cazadores really shouldn't have been on this list. Even one by itself is dangerous.
Modern Fallouts are difficult to add to this list since enemies scale with your level but your best bet for a weak Fallout enemy that can be a problem in numbers is feral ghouls. A single feral is barely more than a nuisance but in large packs they can whittle you down unless you have good armor to protect yourself and powerful weapons to deal with them quickly.
murlocks? no way lol especially not a priest or any type of class that has on demand selfheals cuz at that lvl 1 flashheal bringsyou 0-full unless you just run trough and pull like 20 other than that impossible to die on a priest to a murlock
Why not try and go somewhere a little more historical, that also have very beautiful scenery, like Bohemia in Central Europe 15th century.
Kingdom Come Deliverance have no dragons, and all of the monsters are human but that dosn't mean that it dosn't have its fair share of challenges.
Okay, y'all done goofed hard with the cuccos, the zerglings, and the cazadors. How about we replace them with enemies from the same company but actually are freakin' useless? Ones that when you get killed by them, you actually feel demoralized from said death, hm?
Cuccos = Deku Baba. The fly traps have attacks that are SO obvious and SO easy to avoid. I would have put Glass Joe here, but at least he has the ability to move around.
Zerglings = Fallen from Diablo. Come on, you kill one of them and they scatter. How embarrassing is it that you can't kill one of them before they swarm you and off you?
Cazadors = Mudcrabs. Especially ones from Oblivion. They're the first enemy you encounter after the starter area, and it's like, eh, I can kill one of these! NOPE!
In my opinion, Dilo’s are super BS in Ark survival Evolved
Me: “hey, these things are supposed to be one of the easiest creatures in the game”
Before I get hit by 2 poison shots then attacked rapidly
In short: Dilo from Ark is an annoying enemy whom everyone dies to at least ones, I mean, they look so easy!
How about the slave orcs in Shadow of War? You'll be surrounded by actual tough orcs that will kick the crap out of you, and as you try to get away a stupid slave orcs gets the last hit on you, takes full credit for killing you, and then ranks up because of it.
Which one of you idiots decided to declare a cazador a "useless" enemy just one can fuck you up fast. Swarms of them are nightmarish but just one can kill you. I'm sure we all died to one the first time we ran across it
If insects were actually the size of Cazadores we would be in some deep shit. The only reason we dismiss them so easily is because they are so small. If they were around our size they would put pretty much all other animals to shame.
you forgot the worst part about fighting murlocs, they run when their health gets low and warn other murlocs to come bash your head in. In early WoW this was the worst if you were a warrior or pally as you had no way to dispatch a fleeing murloc other than to chase after it mashing your attack button.
Lings are useless, you ever played sc1 and 2? You can use them as a scout or as your main unit of chose for an attack, if you wanna say that lings are useless you can say the same for zealots and rines
You know what cazadors were before the gene-splicing they were tarantula-hawk wasps an insect native to navada with a sting that is so painful that it is recommended to just lay down and scream in pain because the sting is so painful you become delirious and put yourself in danger
Yea have to definitely agree about the Cazadors from New Vegas. Those things are as bad as a group of deathclaws. At least Deathclaws dont have venomous stingers. Many a time I just wanted to explore the wasteland and then the game says no by having a pack of Cazadors attack me on site. I thought that one of the main pleasures in Fallout was the exploration but nooooo. Still enjoy the game though regardless of that fact.
What about Uruk and Ologs from Shadow of War/Mordor?
They're completely bullshit sometimes, and sometimes they just straight up are mortally weak to everything, but kill you anyway!
Or the basic non-captains, getting a lucky hit.
Bit bullshit, it is.
First Fallout game I ever played was New Vegas. Not too far into the game I spotted 3 cazadores and started toward them in a bid to gain XP. My husband (then fiance) said "I wouldn't do that if I were you." I ignored him saying "They're big bugs. What can they do?" and then proceeded to get my ass handed to me. As I stared at the screen in disbelief, he said "Yeah, cazadores are some of the worst things in this game."
I swear to god if the pigs arent here- you’re damn right they’re number 1!
Also the Windbags from bastion. The young ones are weaker than goombas, the old obe are slow blobs that are more annoying than anything else, andvwhile the hammer ones are an actual threat they’re still plenty manageable.
....until you get to the dream sequences, where all 3 kinds are hurled at you en masse and they WILL procede to wreck your shiz, to say nothing of the shrines which can make even the weakest enemy a nightmare.
Uh...what no one ever mentions about those chickens is theres three possibilities as to how they show up so fast.
2-they fly at hyper sonic speed
3-they’re is simple swarms of them everywhere
Idk which is most disturbing.
Oh, and chickens cant fly, figure that out.
From the look of the comments. It seems to community all agree. Cazordes should not be on this list. A one on one fire they are still super deadly. Only good way to kill one is a long range sniper rifle. They are so deadly trying to face them mid to short range. Yet it funny. I think we come to watch these videos to laugh at the stupid stuff you guys say. Your videos always have like 1 - 2 dumb things in your list that makes us ask. "Do you play games?"
to beat any and all zerg rushes use the siege tank tactic which is a line of deployed tanks behind a line of them in tank mode plus 5 marines to provide anti air fire this has never failed and is always used by my entire teams in multiplayer games
Getting killed by a very tiny worm in Morrowind, its possible to miss almost 100% of the time if your character is built a certain way.
And almost naked villagers punching your lights out while you are fully equipped
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