Dunno if that’s typical of their behavior outside the Cathedral…but not everything has to be a desperate fight for survival. The occasional walk-over can help build a (false?) sense of competence and security.
I know not everything has to be a fight for survival its, just that it was my first time fighting a nether-monster and the description and name kinda hypes them up. I thought they were gonna be like a mimicker type of enemy.
Well, congratulations! Here’s hoping that when you fight floating eyes, it’s in a confined space. Even Ignoring they’re still plenty dangerous at range. (That stare builds up some nasty effects.) Other nether critters I’d watch out for…the polyps can be bad news and the kreck likes to pick fights, IIRC. Haven’t fought many recently.
I know about the flaming eye’s that’s why I’m not artifact hunting yet. The stories I’ve heard shutters, the only other nether-inhabitant I’ve [glow=red,2,300]encountered[/glow] not fought were the Mi-Go’s in a lab.
Frankly If you’ve played Zelda OoT I don’t think you should be afraid of anything. Seriously, I can’t watch horror movies these days without laughing my head off, but if I ever go back to play OoT? Fucking Forest Temple/water temple/shadow temple/beneath the well gets me every damn time.
The forest temple didn’t scare me I quite enjoyed it as a kid. But the bottom of the well was a huge slap in the face Dead hands ,corpses, and other very “E” rated things all in Kakariko villages water supply. Majora’s mask is also my favorite game as well except for that creepy fucking [shadow=red,left]moon[/shadow] and, the mask itself kinda freaked me out to.
I actually found it very unsettling that the blank bodies I found in a Cathedral didn’t fight back when I started hitting them. It was just these pale, humanoid creatures screaming at me as I slowly bludgeoned them to death with a crowbar. It was disturbing.