Top 10 Monsters You'd Hate To See in Diablo III

The Bad, the Worse, and the Completely Stupid of the Diablo world. Diablo III blogger Project XII has written on his blog at Hellforge about the top 10 monsters you don't want to see in Diablo III in his new article entitled "Top Ten Monster Farewells".

He writes:
From the surprisingly large amount of unwanted creatures, I’ve managed to wheedle things down to a Top Ten list. Competition was tight; after all, it’s hard to pick the bad ones from the plain irrelevant… no one’s going to be interested in a three paragraph explanation about why the mosquito’s of Kruast were crap. Most of you will probably struggle to remember anything about Act 3 (it’s a big square place with a tower, right?).

So grab your shotguns and prepare to give Diablo’s Top Ten equivalents of Macaulay Culkin a proper farewell. I’m sure they can find work elsewhere… maybe in something for Runic Games?
And remember, if you don’t agree with me, you probably are Macaulay Culkin. Dude, wtf was “Party Monster”? You deserve to be unemployed.

Comments

  • #1 oren88
    zzZzzZZz..............Boooriiinng... thx anyway..
  • #2 SinoftheworlD
    Not very interesting.
    Shouldnt Glooms (in hell act 5) be top of that list?...
    I think so...
  • #3 saggo68
    Hehe agreed.. id hate to see them in d3
  • #4 skywalker
    Luckily, we've already seen wraiths. They're my favorite enemy. :cute:
  • #5 Zkid
    i highly disagree with some of this stuff on top 10 comebacks he wanted spitter guys which exact same looks at leapers so wtf? and same with fetish but oh well
  • #6 Spaz.
    All good in that blog (or almost all good, some faults) until this list


    Dishonourable Mention: The Monsters No One Remembers

    Frog Demon: They popped out from time to time to spit goo at you. Then died.
    Gloom Bats: They zapped you with lightning from their wings. Uh huh.
    Death Maulers: Concept: a creature that thrust its fingers under the ground and up beneath your feet. Reality: Meh.
    Scarab Demon: Beetleburst. Great for a giggle; the rest of his buddies a pain in the carapace.
    Claw Vipers: So cool in Diablo 1. So average in Diablo 2.
    Sand Raiders: Big four-armed beanpole creatures. Kinda cool. Make it into Diablo 3? Probably not.
    Baboon Demon: Could be mistaken for Tainted if you don’t look closely. These guys do have the melee attacks. Just not the hit points to back them up.
    Giant Mosquito: Apparently sucked out your stamina. Ohhh scary.
    Vulture Demon: Birds that attack from the ground. Ok then.



    w t f?!
    Death maulers where the pwn, so was scarab's, and so was claw vipers, I mean claw vipers in hell act2 where the shit, woha did they damage alot or wut? vulture demon's also dealed some nice dmg I remember :P

    what the hell is "baboon demon" anyways xD same goes for Sand raiders
  • #7 Johnnyxp64
    i disagree with wraiths i thing they can be really cool in 3d!
  • #8 Dimebog
    Quote from "Johnnyxp64" »
    i disagree with wraiths i thing they can be really cool in 3d!

    Something like them already exists seeing from the gameplay trailer.

    Anyway, I actually liked Sand Raiders. They were one of those monsters with 'zazz'.
  • #9 Murderface
    Quote from "Spaz." »
    All good in that blog (or almost all good, some faults) until this list


    Dishonourable Mention: The Monsters No One Remembers

    Frog Demon: They popped out from time to time to spit goo at you. Then died.
    Gloom Bats: They zapped you with lightning from their wings. Uh huh.
    Death Maulers: Concept: a creature that thrust its fingers under the ground and up beneath your feet. Reality: Meh.
    Scarab Demon: Beetleburst. Great for a giggle; the rest of his buddies a pain in the carapace.
    Claw Vipers: So cool in Diablo 1. So average in Diablo 2.
    Sand Raiders: Big four-armed beanpole creatures. Kinda cool. Make it into Diablo 3? Probably not.
    Baboon Demon: Could be mistaken for Tainted if you don’t look closely. These guys do have the melee attacks. Just not the hit points to back them up.
    Giant Mosquito: Apparently sucked out your stamina. Ohhh scary.
    Vulture Demon: Birds that attack from the ground. Ok then.



    w t f?!
    Death maulers where the pwn, so was scarab's, and so was claw vipers, I mean claw vipers in hell act2 where the shit, woha did they damage alot or wut? vulture demon's also dealed some nice dmg I remember :P

    what the hell is "baboon demon" anyways xD same goes for Sand raiders
    The baboon demon was that green tainted looking thing in act 3 and the sand raider was a four armed scimitar wielding skinny guy in act 2.

    I liked scarab demons and claw vipers too, also I liked the grotesque blood hawk nests :D.
  • #10 777atty
    I agree with most =) but the i personally liked the wraiths and imps !
  • #11 okok9
    i agree with almost all..but wraits fits diablo world perfectly..and fetish also are from diablo world..
  • #12 Bimbette
    Thanks for the post Sol. I rather enjoyed the humor of the blog.

    I like the way he put the claw vipers in the 'dishonorable mention' slot. Not the ones from D1, but the ones from D2. The claw vipers in D1 were my favorite monsters. They were exquisite in appearance when you compared them to the rest of the monsters in the game. I really liked the way they curled up like popcorn shrimp when they died. I'd like to see them back in D3, but more like the model from D1 rather than D2. They were ugly in D2!
  • #13 CapKosmaty
    Quote from "Bimbette" »
    I really liked the way they curled up like popcorn shrimp when they died.


    And they always made this nice swishy-splashy sound when hit, it was really a delight to bash them :)
  • #14 streamline
    The fetish , the vampires and the Wendigos were part of my favorite monsters this article sucks
  • #15 InvincibleEMP
    i got to agree w/everyone, this article is way off. this is how it should look.
    #1 Oblivion Knights
    -have you ever played single player hardcore with a chargedin? if so, you probably dreaded the chaos sanctuary because of these bastards.
    #2 Glooms
    - they just do way too much damage, and... you can't even see them when they move.
    #3 stygan dolls (not sure how thats spelled.)
    - again, they do too much damage, and they are way too fast.
    #4 vultures.
    -they are really lame, and only attack you after they land. If they come back, at least let us hit them with arrows, spells, and leap attack while they are flying, right now they are completely invulnurable when in flight.
    #5 salamanders
    -their ranged psn dmg is bugged to do a rediculous amount of damage.
  • #16 Volbard
    Hmm, you say Runic should put swarms in our game? Done!

    |^)
  • #17 Spaz.
    Quote from "Murderface" »
    The baboon demon was that green tainted looking thing in act 3 and the sand raider was a four armed scimitar wielding skinny guy in act 2.

    I liked scarab demons and claw vipers too, also I liked the grotesque blood hawk nests :D.


    ah yes the sand raiders, still don't know the "baboon demon" ^_^
    sand raiders where pretty cool... not strong enough but cool..!
  • #18 DiabolicFire
    i had no problem with the yetis but the festishes and the leapers was hell for me
  • #19 Sol_Invictus
    Quote from "Volbard" »
    Hmm, you say Runic should put swarms in our game? Done!

    |^)


    If you do, make sure they don't suck.
  • #20 Blake231090
    I would have to say those little guys from act two in the jungle, i cant remember theyre names, but they used butcher knifes, they also doubled up and blew fire, and threw knifes, omg i used every class and they annoyed me every time with each new class.
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