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25th Mar '17 6:30:53 PM TrojanHorse711
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* Finally, in Episode 26, Emile defeats [[ThatOneBoss Ridley]] ''on his first try'', making Kraid the ''only'' boss [[EliteMook (if you don't count the Elite Pirates)]] up to that point to have killed Emile his first time around.

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* Finally, in Episode 26, Emile defeats [[ThatOneBoss Ridley]] ''on his first try'', making Kraid the ''only'' boss [[EliteMook (if you don't count the Elite Pirates)]] up to that point to have killed Emile his first time around.
25th Mar '17 1:41:22 PM Ekelai
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* Chugga performs a near flawless run through Tourian, managing to evade the Metroids in ''every room'' save for the last one, and manages to get to his ship after taking the detour to save the animals after the escape sequence with only seconds to spare. [[spoiler: ''Twice'' (the first time he died because of a pixel-poor timed press on the d-pad leading him to Morph Ball instead of enter the ship. That he still made it to the ship is still an impressive feat in and of itself).]]
21st Mar '17 3:17:25 PM TrojanHorse711
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* Episode 23 also has Chugga beat Draygon, itself ThatOneBoss unless you know the trick on his first attempt, even if he had to break into Reserve Tanks to do it. Once again, Chugga had no help from Jon or Tim, meaning he didn't figure out the trick on his first go.

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* Episode 23 also has Chugga beat Draygon, itself ThatOneBoss unless you know [[ShockAndAwe the optional trick on his first attempt, to beat him]] beforehand, even if he had to break into Reserve Tanks to do it. Once again, Chugga had no help from Jon or Tim, meaning he didn't figure out the trick on his first go.



* Finally, in Episode 26, Emile defeats [[ThatOneBoss Ridley]] ''on his first try'', making Kraid the ''only'' boss [[EliteMook (if you don't count the Elite Pirates)]] up to that point to have killed Emile his first time around. Bear in mind, Emile was still playing blind at the time of recording.

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* Finally, in Episode 26, Emile defeats [[ThatOneBoss Ridley]] ''on his first try'', making Kraid the ''only'' boss [[EliteMook (if you don't count the Elite Pirates)]] up to that point to have killed Emile his first time around. Bear in mind, Emile was still playing blind at the time of recording.
21st Mar '17 2:07:01 PM TrojanHorse711
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* For context, there's an Energy Tank early on in Brinstar[[labelnote:*]][[NostalgiaLevel (Specifically, the blue section at the beginning of the game)]][[/labelnote]] that requires Samus to obtain the High Jump Boots to get, but it ''can'' be obtained early [[SequenceBreaking by performing a successive chain of bomb jumps.]] As Chugga had never played this game beyond getting the Morph Ball and Missiles, [[FailedASpotCheck getting stuck on what should have been an obvious point of interest]], it's expected, by both Jon and Tim, that he wouldn't be able to do so. [[spoiler: [[{{Determinator}} After about 5 minutes of trying to get the rhythm down]], he successfully pulls it off, causing everyone to freak out and cheer for him.]]

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* Just to preface this section: most of the accomplishments listed here are from Chugga. Chugga, at the time of the recording, [[NaiveNewcomer had never beaten Super Metroid (or any Metroid, period)]], [[FailedASpotCheck in part due to him getting stuck at an obvious morph ball tunnel.]] For context, there's all intents and purposes, he's going in blind.
--> '''Chugga:''' By the way, I've realized something. I ''am'' that kid that said [[http://i1.ytimg.com/vi/VDqzMxevNPU/maxresdefault.jpg "y cant metroid crawl?"]], [[RageQuit because the thing I got stuck on as a kid and gave up and stopped playing,]] [[EpicFail I didn't think to press down!]] (...) But like that kid, [[{{Determinator}} I'm gonna beat the game, because he actually did!]]
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an Energy Tank early on in Brinstar[[labelnote:*]][[NostalgiaLevel (Specifically, the blue section at the beginning of the game)]][[/labelnote]] that requires Samus to obtain the High Jump Boots to get, but it ''can'' be obtained early [[SequenceBreaking by performing a successive chain of bomb jumps.]] As Chugga had never played this game beyond getting the Morph Ball and Missiles, [[FailedASpotCheck getting stuck on what should have been an obvious point of interest]], it's It's expected, by both Jon and Tim, that he wouldn't be able to do so.so due to Chugga's lack of experience. [[spoiler: [[{{Determinator}} After about 5 minutes of trying to get the rhythm down]], he successfully pulls it off, causing everyone to freak out and cheer for him.]]



* Episode 11 is a testament to how good Chugga's gotten with Wall Jumps, which are considerably more finicky to pull off in 2D Metroid as opposed to Mario or Rayman. First he manages to wall jump nearly all the way up a very long shaft, making ''twelve consecutive wall jumps'' before missing the [[ThirteenIsUnlucky thirteenth]], impressing both Jon and Tim; and the episode ends with him wall jumping up to the X-Ray Visor without the Grapple Beam. While both demonstrations are [[PyrrhicVictory Pyrrhic Victories]] (the first puzzle requires Shinesparking and he ran out of health at the X-Ray Visor), he's shown considerable improvement at the game nonetheless.

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* Episode 11 is a testament to how good Chugga's gotten with the Wall Jumps, Jump, which are considerably more finicky to pull off in 2D Metroid as opposed to Mario or Rayman. First he manages to wall jump nearly all the way up a very long shaft, making ''twelve consecutive wall jumps'' before missing the [[ThirteenIsUnlucky thirteenth]], impressing both Jon and Tim; and the episode ends with him wall jumping up to the X-Ray Visor without the Grapple Beam. While both demonstrations are [[PyrrhicVictory Pyrrhic Victories]] (the first puzzle requires Shinesparking and he ran out of health at the X-Ray Visor), he's shown considerable improvement at the game nonetheless.



* Chugga trounces [[spoiler: [[ThatOneBoss Phantoon]]]] on his first try, with basically no help from Jon and Tim.
* Episode 19 has Chugga getting getting what both Jon and Tim consider the hardest, or the very least the most annoying, missile tank on his 2nd try, and plans to show his imaginary future kids, and Jon real future kids these moments!
* Episode 23 also has Chugga beat Draygon, itself ThatOneBoss unless you know the trick on his first attempt, even if he had to break into Reserve Tanks to do it.
** Tim showcased the trick on kill Dragon quickly shortly afterward, and took a little time before the battle began to show off how skilled he is at bomb jumping.

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* Chugga trounces [[spoiler: [[ThatOneBoss [[ThatOneboss Phantoon]]]] on his first try, with basically no help from Jon and Tim.
* Episode 19 has Chugga getting getting what both Jon and Tim consider [[LastLousyPoint the hardest, or the very least the most annoying, missile tank tank]] on his 2nd try, and plans to show his imaginary future kids, and Jon real future kids these moments!
* Episode 23 also has Chugga beat Draygon, itself ThatOneBoss unless you know the trick on his first attempt, even if he had to break into Reserve Tanks to do it.
it. Once again, Chugga had no help from Jon or Tim, meaning he didn't figure out the trick on his first go.
** Tim then showcased the trick on kill Dragon quickly shortly afterward, and took a little time before the battle began to show off how skilled he is at bomb jumping.jumping.
* Finally, in Episode 26, Emile defeats [[ThatOneBoss Ridley]] ''on his first try'', making Kraid the ''only'' boss [[EliteMook (if you don't count the Elite Pirates)]] up to that point to have killed Emile his first time around. Bear in mind, Emile was still playing blind at the time of recording.
16th Mar '17 2:17:33 PM GunarmDyne
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* Episode 23 also has Chugga beat Draygon, itself ThatOneBoss unless you know the trick (which Tim showed Emile afterwards) on his first attempt, even if he had to break into Reserve Tanks to do it.

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* Episode 23 also has Chugga beat Draygon, itself ThatOneBoss unless you know the trick (which Tim showed Emile afterwards) on his first attempt, even if he had to break into Reserve Tanks to do it.it.
** Tim showcased the trick on kill Dragon quickly shortly afterward, and took a little time before the battle began to show off how skilled he is at bomb jumping.
14th Mar '17 11:04:46 PM TrojanHorse711
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* Episode 23 also has Chugga beat Draygon, itself ThatOneBoss unless you know the trick (which Tim showed Emile afterwards) on his first attempt, even if he had to break into Reserve Tanks to do it.
4th Mar '17 2:01:28 PM Glitch_man4242
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4th Mar '17 2:01:27 PM Glitch_man4242
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* Episode 19 has Chugga getting getting what both Jon and Tim consider the hardest, or the very least the most annoying, missile tank on his 2nd try, and plans to show his imaginary future kids, and Jon real future kids these moments!
4th Mar '17 10:10:40 AM nombretomado
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![[VideoGame/MarioParty Mario Party 2]]

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![[VideoGame/MarioParty Mario Party 2]]!VideoGame/MarioParty2



!'''MarioParty 3'''

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!'''MarioParty 3'''!'''VideoGame/MarioParty3'''



![[VideoGame/MarioParty Mario Party 4]]

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![[VideoGame/MarioParty Mario Party 4]]
!VideoGame/MarioParty4



!! '''[[VideoGame/MarioParty Mario Party 5]]'''

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!! '''[[VideoGame/MarioParty Mario Party 5]]''''''VideoGame/MarioParty5'''



* A contestant had to select a challenge made by one of the Runaway Guys, and chose Chuggaaconroy (being the second contestant to do so). At first, the challenge was to beat Chugga in the [[MarioParty Day at]] [[LuckBasedMission the Races]] minigame, but Chugga's Wii U crashed. That's not the awesome part. The Guys then gave the contestant another challenge, this one being a [[Franchise/{{Pokemon}} Pokémon Stadium]] challenge where the player must defeat Chugga in a 1-on-1 Pokémon battle, using a starter Pokémon [[ExactWords (from any of the Pokémon games)]]. Chugga selected Squirtle, and the contestant selected Meowth (a starter in the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon games). It seemed Chugga was all set to win...[[spoiler: but then it was revealed that this Meowth knew Thunder! With both the contestant and Chugga shocked and the audience amazed, the contestant proceeded to win with a Thunder and a Take Down.]]

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* A contestant had to select a challenge made by one of the Runaway Guys, and chose Chuggaaconroy (being the second contestant to do so). At first, the challenge was to beat Chugga in the [[MarioParty [[VideoGame/MarioParty Day at]] [[LuckBasedMission the Races]] minigame, but Chugga's Wii U crashed. That's not the awesome part. The Guys then gave the contestant another challenge, this one being a [[Franchise/{{Pokemon}} Pokémon Stadium]] challenge where the player must defeat Chugga in a 1-on-1 Pokémon battle, using a starter Pokémon [[ExactWords (from any of the Pokémon games)]]. Chugga selected Squirtle, and the contestant selected Meowth (a starter in the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon games). It seemed Chugga was all set to win...[[spoiler: but then it was revealed that this Meowth knew Thunder! With both the contestant and Chugga shocked and the audience amazed, the contestant proceeded to win with a Thunder and a Take Down.]]



* The gang decides to play ''MarioParty 6'' for one board, since Jon and Tim would be playing it blind. [[spoiler: Although the guys get completely steamrolled by the AI, none other than ''Tim'' manages to pull home the Minigame Star despite the games being new to him and despite the gang never practicing.]]

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* The gang decides to play ''MarioParty 6'' ''VideoGame/MarioParty6'' for one board, since Jon and Tim would be playing it blind. [[spoiler: Although the guys get completely steamrolled by the AI, none other than ''Tim'' manages to pull home the Minigame Star despite the games being new to him and despite the gang never practicing.]]
4th Mar '17 9:31:59 AM nombretomado
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!!'''[[MarioKart Mario Kart 64]]'''

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!!'''[[MarioKart Mario Kart 64]]'''!!'''VideoGame/MarioKart64'''



* On that note, the [[OffscreenMomentOfAwesome lost recording]] of the MarioKart battles was one for Jon. He won ''every battle.'' He still wins overall in the second recording, but it's not as much of a [[CurbstompBattle curbstomp.]]

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* On that note, the [[OffscreenMomentOfAwesome lost recording]] of the MarioKart ''VideoGame/MarioKart'' battles was one for Jon. He won ''every battle.'' He still wins overall in the second recording, but it's not as much of a [[CurbstompBattle curbstomp.]]



!!'''MarioKartDoubleDash Tournament'''

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!!'''MarioKartDoubleDash !!'''VideoGame/MarioKartDoubleDash Tournament'''
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