My Neighbor Chocobo
Sniper Joes have great design I'll admit, but they are annoying AF to engage with.
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Cute. Deadly. ~ Positronic Brain
In all seriousness Ixo just did this on his own and it's SOOOOOO RAD, and the proceeds will help with Finn's vet bills. I think this is the first time merch of a list has ever happened, too, hahahaha.I salute the bold move of profiting off your list! May the royalties enhance your holiday season.
Yep, but that's all I will say.I never did defeat the Black Rabite in Seiken Densetsu 3. Is it still present in Trials of Mana?
the proceeds will help with Finn's vet bills.
The biggest jerks in the Zelda series. ~ Dr. Nerd
I had excluded
MoblinsWallmasters from my picks for this Top 50 but I did have them at #19#18 on my picks for top Zelda characters and enemies. Here's what I said about them for that Top 50.
me (on TT 2.0) said:Have an interesting gimmick that makes them nice and creepy (in an entertaining way). It can be a bit annoying if they manage to grab Link but it's usually not that big of a deal (in the first NES game).
Shooting pew pew lasers at big bubble blowing stone heads in space completely sounds like a mad lib and I love it. ~ Ixo
These could have just been boring laser turrets or something. But they decided to put roppongi stone heads in outer space. Absolute classic. ~ Dracula
This idea of having the Moai join this galactic shoot-em-up ended up becoming so popular they became the unofficial mascots of the series and for Konami as a whole, with Moai joining the ranks of future Gradius games and its spinoffs like Salamander/Life Force and Parodius, becoming a character in Wai Wai World, racing in Konami Krazy Racers, fighting other Konami/Hudson stalwarts in DreamMix TV World Fighters, and joining the bombing exploits in Super Bomberman R. Not a bad run for a giant head with no limbs!