Love them Draccyfish, and am surprised to see I didn’t vote for em
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Figured Troids would end up here. They really are one of the most iconic enemies in gaming.
Well I'm 99.999...% sure of what one of the top 2 is, but I'm having trouble thinking of what the other could be.
I place all responsibility on Akira Toriyama. How many other monster mooks can you name that have their own series where they participate in tank fights? ~ Ixo
They took the formless blobs from Dungeons & Dragons and made them cute. This blue Hershey's Kiss basically summarizes the whole design sense of an entire generation of role-playing games. ~ Dracula
Would the Dragon Quest series have the same level of popularity if it didn't have slimes? I doubt it. Also if your common enemy becomes a mascot and gets its own spin-offs then you know you are game designing good. ~ Torzelbaum
Obvious pick, but it's obvious for a reason. They really are pretty good. ~ Kishi
An iconic design approaches! Command? ~ Positronic Brain