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21st Oct '17 12:44:50 AM Kinrah
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** Despite never having played the gamemode before, and only using two rounds before as practice, Geoff one-shots the second map without dying.

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** Despite never having played the gamemode before, and only using two rounds before as practice, Geoff one-shots the second map without dying.dying.
* The Sky Factory series can be considered a CMOA for all of the hunters. 23 parts and counting that all began with a single tree.
8th May '17 12:27:39 AM Kinrah
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** One for Gavin and Geoff's constructions: Wipeout, episodes 10 and 11, was released in August 2012, where one of its obstacles was a series of pistons that rapidly shunted the contestants back and forth. In this episode, 223 episodes and over 4 years later, Jack and Gavin return to that part of the map to discover that the pistons are ''[[{{Determinator}} still going]]''.

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** One for Gavin and Geoff's constructions: Wipeout, episodes 10 and 11, was released in August 2012, where one of its obstacles was a series of pistons that rapidly shunted the contestants back and forth. In this episode, 223 episodes and over 4 years later, Jack and Gavin return to that part of the map to discover that the pistons are ''[[{{Determinator}} still going]]''.going]]''.
* Episode 258 - ''2 Glide 2 Furious''
** Despite never having played the gamemode before, and only using two rounds before as practice, Geoff one-shots the second map without dying.
24th Apr '17 1:41:33 PM Gorank
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** One for Gavin and Geoff's constructions: Wipeout, episodes 10 and 11, was released in August 2012, where one of its obstacles was a series of pistons that rapidly shunted the contestants back and forth. In this episode, 223 episodes and over 4 years later, Jack and Gavin return to that part of the map to discover that the pistons are ''[[TheDeterminator still going]]''.

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** One for Gavin and Geoff's constructions: Wipeout, episodes 10 and 11, was released in August 2012, where one of its obstacles was a series of pistons that rapidly shunted the contestants back and forth. In this episode, 223 episodes and over 4 years later, Jack and Gavin return to that part of the map to discover that the pistons are ''[[TheDeterminator ''[[{{Determinator}} still going]]''.
15th Apr '17 11:25:56 AM DKN117
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** Also a minor moment when Gavin scores a rather impressive long-range arrow kill on a moving target (complete with "MARK NUTT!!")
19th Nov '16 4:01:13 PM Kinrah
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* One for Gavin and Geoff's constructions: Wipeout, episodes 10 and 11, was released in August 2012, where one of its obstacles was a series of pistons that rapidly shunted the contestants back and forth. 223 episodes and four years later, in The World is Lava, Jack and Gavin return to that part of the map to discover that the pistons are ''[[TheDeterminator still going]]''.

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* Episode 233-234 - ''The World is Lava'' Parts 1 and 2
** Just for the setup alone, Matt spent a ''month'' painstakingly covering all of the main map's landmass with lava.
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One for Gavin and Geoff's constructions: Wipeout, episodes 10 and 11, was released in August 2012, where one of its obstacles was a series of pistons that rapidly shunted the contestants back and forth. In this episode, 223 episodes and four over 4 years later, in The World is Lava, Jack and Gavin return to that part of the map to discover that the pistons are ''[[TheDeterminator still going]]''.
19th Nov '16 3:58:14 PM Kinrah
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** [[spoiler:The fact that Geoff won. He won the original ''Tower of Geoff'' (though as stated above it was because he was an InvincibleVillain) and this proved he could still do it when the situation was reversed. A highlight is how he won, managing to trick the others into believing that he didn't have the tower and that someone else did.]]

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** [[spoiler:The fact that Geoff won. He won the original ''Tower of Geoff'' (though as stated above it was because he was an InvincibleVillain) and this proved he could still do it when the situation was reversed. A highlight is how he won, managing to trick the others into believing that he didn't have the tower and that someone else did.]]]]
* One for Gavin and Geoff's constructions: Wipeout, episodes 10 and 11, was released in August 2012, where one of its obstacles was a series of pistons that rapidly shunted the contestants back and forth. 223 episodes and four years later, in The World is Lava, Jack and Gavin return to that part of the map to discover that the pistons are ''[[TheDeterminator still going]]''.
6th Nov '16 1:26:18 PM GeoffJack
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** You have to give props to Gavin for this event - unlike Geoff's InvincibleVillain during the original three episodes this sort of thing happened in, Gavin gave the gang a run for their money ''while'' still being credible. Even more exciting is the chase after Jack ambushes and knocks him off, which Gavin's attempts to escape were genuinely exciting.

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** You have to give props to Gavin for this event - unlike Geoff's InvincibleVillain during the original three episodes this sort of thing happened in, Gavin gave the gang a run for their money ''while'' still being credible. Even more exciting is the chase after Jack ambushes and knocks him off, which Gavin's attempts to escape were genuinely exciting.exciting.
** [[spoiler:The fact that Geoff won. He won the original ''Tower of Geoff'' (though as stated above it was because he was an InvincibleVillain) and this proved he could still do it when the situation was reversed. A highlight is how he won, managing to trick the others into believing that he didn't have the tower and that someone else did.]]
23rd Oct '16 4:19:55 AM Viira
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* Episode 19 of ''Let's Play Minecraft'' is Ray cementing his status as a {{Badass}}. The competition is that everyone has a piece of the Tower of Pimps. A person must gain each piece and build the Tower of Pimps on the top of a pyramid. Ray quickly wins. Then, a bonus round is played where Ray manages to win yet again, albeit with some difficulty. They play one more round and despite throwing everything they had at Ray, he manages to just barely put the final piece on the tower. At the end everyone is shocked that Ray managed to win three times. In Geoff's words:

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* Episode 19 of ''Let's Play Minecraft'' is Ray cementing his status as a {{Badass}}.badass. The competition is that everyone has a piece of the Tower of Pimps. A person must gain each piece and build the Tower of Pimps on the top of a pyramid. Ray quickly wins. Then, a bonus round is played where Ray manages to win yet again, albeit with some difficulty. They play one more round and despite throwing everything they had at Ray, he manages to just barely put the final piece on the tower. At the end everyone is shocked that Ray managed to win three times. In Geoff's words:
17th Aug '16 8:05:55 PM WhoNeedsAMango
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** You have to give props to Gavin for this event - unlike Geoff's InvincibleVillain during the original three episodes this sort of thing happened in, Gavin gave the gang a run for their money ''while'' still being credible. Even more exciting is the chase after Jack ambushes and knocks him off, which Gavin's attempts to escape were genuinely exciting.
* Since Geoff has been very vocal about hating ''Frozen'' with a passion, it feels good to fans of the movie who are sick of the backlash when Jack, Jeremy and Michael sang "Let it Go" to mock him in Episode 216.

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** You have to give props to Gavin for this event - unlike Geoff's InvincibleVillain during the original three episodes this sort of thing happened in, Gavin gave the gang a run for their money ''while'' still being credible. Even more exciting is the chase after Jack ambushes and knocks him off, which Gavin's attempts to escape were genuinely exciting.
* Since Geoff has been very vocal about hating ''Frozen'' with a passion, it feels good to fans of the movie who are sick of the backlash when Jack, Jeremy and Michael sang "Let it Go" to mock him in Episode 216.
exciting.
17th Aug '16 1:48:42 PM WhoNeedsAMango
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** You have to give props to Gavin for this event - unlike Geoff's InvincibleVillain during the original three episodes this sort of thing happened in, Gavin gave the gang a run for their money ''while'' still being credible. Even more exciting is the chase after Jack ambushes and knocks him off, which Gavin's attempts to escape were genuinely exciting.

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** You have to give props to Gavin for this event - unlike Geoff's InvincibleVillain during the original three episodes this sort of thing happened in, Gavin gave the gang a run for their money ''while'' still being credible. Even more exciting is the chase after Jack ambushes and knocks him off, which Gavin's attempts to escape were genuinely exciting.exciting.
* Since Geoff has been very vocal about hating ''Frozen'' with a passion, it feels good to fans of the movie who are sick of the backlash when Jack, Jeremy and Michael sang "Let it Go" to mock him in Episode 216.
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