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'''Rotfish''' are slow to medium speed minor monsters that act as a nuisance in bodies of water, most notably in [[e2m3]] and [[e4m4]]. They are not renowned as a meaningful threat and will simply consume a negligent amount of shells to dispose of. Rotfish are erroneously counted twice when assessing the monster population of a level, but only give credit for one kill, resulting in an imperfect Kill score at the level's end if they are present. In rare circumstances a Rotfish's head can be found incorrectly rendered.
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If '''Rotfishes''' are even a concern, let them get moderately close and kill them with a shot from the [[Double-Barrelled Shotgun]], that will take care of them most likely.
  
 
==Tactics==
 
==Tactics==
If '''Rotfishes''' are even a concern, let them get moderately close and kill them with a shot from the [[Double-Barrelled Shotgun]], that will take care of them most likely.
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==Bugs/Issues==
 
==Bugs/Issues==

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