Labyrinth Mole [Bloodborne]
Thanks to the Chalice Dungeons feature in Bloodborne, it’s possible to access creatures and even bosses that have seemingly been cut from the game. But one very strange creature isn’t a glitch, and it isn’t a piece of obviously cut content — it’s just a monster that many of us will simply never see because it’s just that rare.
The ‘Labyrinth Mole’ is a disgusting lump of tube-shaped flesh, with tentacles and a beak-like mouth that slithers out of the openings on both sides of its body. There’s just something off about this monster… why does it exist? Why is it so rare? It’s gross, but not as gross as some of the monsters already in the game.
Whatever the case, hunting one of these strange things down is way easier. The Bloodborne Wiki entry on the Labyrinth Mole has a list of Chalice Dungeons seeds where it’s guaranteed to spawn.
The Night Folk [Red Dead Redemption 2]
Strange things lurk in the shadows of Red Dead Redemption 2. There are killer robots, bigfoots, and even vampires. The Night Folk are an entirely different breed of creature — these seemingly supernatural creatures reside in the swamp northwest of the big city. If you’re wandering the swamp at night, you might encounter their zombie-like apparitions, which have a tendency to disappear and attack you from behind.
All of their encounters are unnerving. The Night Folk have strange chalky-white skin — and you might never see them. In a game that forces you to travel everywhere without fast travel, it’s pretty surprising that an entire enemy faction can be overlooked. There’s a good reason for that. The Night Folk only appear in random event encounters, and you can initiate an encounter without ever seeing them.
One of their encounters involves a woman screaming for help. As you approach, she’ll instead reveal her monstrous appearance and attack. Complete enough of these strange sequences, and you can even unlock a bonus mini-mission where you’ll drive the Night Folk off a local’s land. Very spooky!
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