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Odin Sphere: Leifthrasir [PS3, PS4, Vita] – Alraune Mandragora / Grizzly

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Media: video game: “Odin Sphere: Leifthrasir”
Developer: Vanillaware
Platform: PS3, PS4, Vita

Description: 

In the Forest of Elrit, there is a plant mini-boss known as Alraune. Accompanying it are the smaller Alraune Mandragora, which, when encountering a Grizzly, will swallow them. The Alraune and Alraune Mandragora do not exist in the original PS2 version.
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The Flintstones [SNES] – Plant / Fred

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Media: video game: “The Flintstones”
Developer: Ocean
Platform:
SNES

Description: 

In the Jungle levels, there are bulb or flower-like plants that act as modes of transport. Jumping in one of them will have the plant churn before spitting Fred out into the air. Read the rest of this entry »

Written by Esuriit

2012 December 28 at 08:00

Chrono Cross [PS1] – Quadffid / Various

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Media: video game: “Chrono Cross”
Developer: Squaresoft
Platform: PS1

Description:

Very early in the game, in the Shadow Forest of Another World, there exists a four legged plant-like enemy known as the Quadffid, though can only be fought once at this point in the game. Otherwise, these enemies can be fought again in the Hydra Marshes in Another World provided you have the Green Tinkler to manipulate the area’s plants or the Beeba Flute to open up an alternative pathway around.

When fighting, the Quadffid may sometimes use its Devour ability, which allows it to inhale one of your characters, chew them up and spit them out. The game’s motley crew of playable characters – and as such, those who can fall prey to such an attack – includes humans, a faerie, a mermaid, a goblin, various anthropomorphic characters (a rabbit girl, a mushroom man, a turnip man, a living flower), a dog, a young dragon, a small furry mammal, a skeleton, a straw doll, a cyborg and an alien. Read the rest of this entry »