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Which monster is the most "satisfying" to kill?

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Knocking down multiple zombiemen with a single SSG blast. Alternatively, you can use a rocket launcher, or even BFG(!), against tens of zombiemen to cover the floor with bloody mess. Those gibbing sounds are the music to my ears.

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The player. That sadistic monster murders thousands of us per life. wtf! Seriously overpowered.

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30 minutes ago, Voltcom9 said:

BFG spamming a room of Zombiemen.

I'm not sure there is anything more therapeutic than that in Doom. 

hearing the crunchy and exquisite sound of crushed monsters in PSX Doom after killing a lot of monsters in that same crushing area?

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To me, killing multiple Revenants with the Rocket Launcher. Bonus point if they're crowded on a ledge or a vantage point.

 

Also killing Imps with a Berserk pack.

 

And just in general, killing enemies with low enough mass that causes them to fly off cliffs or high ground.

 

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Any monster that portrays a considerable threat is always satisfying to kill. Then monsters like archviles or former humans that are usually priority targets, but only when the rest of the enemies still have a high chance to knock me off if I get distracted. 

 

When it comes to specific monsters using specific weapons, I have a soft spot for the RL against zombiemen or shotgunners, and the BFG for archviles. One shotgun shot for chaingunners/imps is another pleasant situation. I also like killing mid-tiers mixed in waves, feels satisfying to see them dying in packs. A close 1 on 1 against a cyberdemon without a BFG is another glad situation, and a close 1 on 1 against a spiderdemon without a BFG too, if I'm over 100 hp for sure. 

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One BFG shot to kill an Arch-Vile and a small horde of other enemies like say Revenants or Chaingunners. A nice combination to get back at the Arch-Vile for reviving the ones I already killed.

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Removing groups of Chaingunners with the rocket launcher or BFG. That and the chunky squishy sounds of the Mancubus dying.

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Mowing a bunch of zombiemen and sergeants with the SSG is incredibly satisfying. 

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Arachnotrons and Hell Knights.

 

I find the death sound and animation of the Hell Knights to be deeply satisfying. But turning a bunch of Imps and Chaingunners to ashes with the rocket launcher kinda works too.

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All of them are satisfying for me when I immediately kill them and save afterwards. Then, when I need to load a game I look at the thumbnail and say "Hey, that's where I'm at! I killed this one!". Bonus points if I kill multiple enemies at the same time as I save.

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My true zen is the super shotgun vs. a horde of demons. The rhythm is gonna get you...

 

I also agree with arch-viles in high skill ceiling levels

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The mancubus death sound is the funniest.

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19 minutes ago, Gez said:

The mancubus death sound is the funniest.

Yep, animation-wise, manc wins. 

 

The archvile wins the "I'm glad that douchebag is dead" award, however. 

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I just love killing lots of Shotgunners with a single rocket or a SSG, or strafing a bunch of revenants with the chaingun just to explode all the rockets on a wall after i'm finished with them. As for the most annoying enemies, i'd say the cacodemon as they are a very low threat but still is a huge bullet sponge, they're just boring most of the time.

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There's something very satisfying about watching a Mancubus just melt off its skin after it dies, leaving its bloody bones. Don't know why, but I just revel in that every time.

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