When was the last time you fought a magenta enemy? Ok. I'm going to take a person, color him purple. Look. Innovation. What's most amusing about this strategy is that it's not innovative. Colored enemies (marking different damage/defense) is Blizzard's Diablo. The first one. Covering it up by saying the animal's albino doesn't cut it. Why switch fallout to first person? It's innovative? No. It's easier. Why just color the monster differently? It's innovative? No. It's easier. Bethesda is actually pretty consistent.