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20th May '13 6:39:03 PM Thecommander236
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->''"Hello everyone, this is H- to the -usky Husky here, and we are back with some more VideoGame/{{StarCraft II}} action!"''
-->--'''Husky'''

[=HuskyStarcraft=] is a Website/YouTube channel starring Mike "Husky" Lamond, who casts ''VideoGame/StarcraftII'' matches. Originating from Oregon, he gained his first 10,000 subscribers on a now-defunct Website/YouTube channel called "[[http://www.youtube.com/user/EsportsReport EsportsReport]]", covering ''VideoGame/{{Starcraft|I}} Brood War'' professional games. Afterwards, he created the "HuskyStarcraft" account, covering exclusively ''VideoGame/StarcraftII'', which has since then exploded in popularity and fueled his own rise to prominence.

Known for his [[{{Keet}} enthusiasm]] and MotorMouth, he is currently the most popular English-speaking ''VideoGame/StarcraftII'' commentator on Website/YouTube, with more than 600,000 subscribers and a regular viewership of 150,000 viewers. He also holds the number 1 most subscribed "Reporter" award. He shows a wide knowledge of [[SeriousBusiness the players]], [[TournamentPlay the tournaments]], the strategies and the {{metagame}}, although amongst other ''VideoGame/StarcraftII'' commentators he's criticized for less analysis and more play-by-play (which he just accepts, as that's his SignatureStyle).

Compared to other commentators, he is considered the most energetic and "fun", with his casts appealing to many fans of ''VideoGame/StarcraftII'' who previously have never heard of it, and many people who enjoy watching ''VideoGame/StarcraftII'' without owning the game. Unlike other commentators, he also avoids swearing in his casts. Most prominent is his new band, Nerd Alert, which he started with KurtHugoSchneider and {{ivyleaguepunk}}, which makes parodies and original songs based on ''Franchise/{{Starcraft}}''; their "Banelings" song garnered more than 4 million views by the end of the first week.

The channel can be seen [[http://www.youtube.com/user/HuskyStarcraft here]]. He is also a prominent member of TheGameStation, frequently appearing in skits. He also has a [[http://www.youtube.com/user/husky second channel]], which he uses to post non-''Franchise/{{Starcraft}}'' videos and unedited livesteam footage (including ''Franchise/{{Starcraft}}''-related ones).

Compare and contrast with TotalBiscuit and DayNine's ''VideoGame/StarcraftII'' commentaries.

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!!Provides examples of:

* ArchEnemy: Apparently with Jesse Cox of OMFGCata, whom he interacted with for one of the first times on video in the second TheGameStation podcast. [[https://twitter.com/#!/JesseCox/status/163438598908166146 Amazing how much of a reaction three hours causes]].
* AttentionDeficitOohShiny: Some things will distract him whenever he cast; the most known thing is Pylo, though he's also been known to zoom in on random doodads and critters.
** He's also known for coming up with the weirdest backstories or analogies for any random unit that amuses him.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: Husky is probably one of the most congenial, likeable and enthusiastic youtubers out there; hell, he's credited with helping TotalBiscuit out of a MAJOR jam. However, tired Husky will destroy all you love just for kicks. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9xVKsSakP-4&list=UUU5n2CB2w4-D5AIaT0UOz4w&index=5 Case and point.]]
* BigNo: When Pylo was destroyed.
* CatchPhrase: How Mike starts his videos:
--> Hello everyone, this is H- to the -usky Husky here!\\
THOR IS HERE!\\
Fleet bacon on the way.\\
It's gettin' too hot!\\
[[OhCrap Oh no, I've made a HUGE mistake!]]\\
Hope you guys enjoyed it, and I will see you guys next time!
* CoolCar: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I9Fgl1eYsfI Had an entire video]] devoted to his beloved car (a 2011 Subaru WRX STI), which he spent several years working for.
* ComicallyMissingThePoint: Jesse was told by Husky about how his poll on Facebook on what to nickname his next Pokemon was nothing but obscenities (the eventual winner was "[=DickButts=]"). Husky was upset that they didn't fit the character limit.
* EpicFail: in late 2012 Husky started doing a LetsPlay of the ''WarcraftIII'' campaign. The final Scourge mission, [[EscortMission Protect Kel'Thuzad for half an hour]], somehow became "Let's attack the enemy's base," despite his first attempt to do so being [[MyRulesAreNotYourRules easily rebuffed]]. The resulting DisasterDominoes ended with Husky using Kel'Thuzad to ''tank'' and his Death Knight to heal... and failing, ''at 00:00:00 left on the timer''.
* FacePalm: Husky started casting Bronze League level games for fun in March 2013, and the frustratingly inept play has sometimes driven him into outright wallbanger moments. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8onkv0eEfXo&t=16m12s Case in point.]]
* {{Keet}}: Not even getting his car broken into stops him from being cheery on-camera.
** He even sounds pretty upbeat after [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SeqiNLMEHgs being woken at 1:30AM by a fire evacuation.]]
* LargeHam: At times. Particularly when he joked about casting his family's Thanksgiving Dinner.
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* MotorMouth: Especially during the micromanagement-heavy parts.
* NervesOfSteel: as proved by his LetsPlay of ''AmnesiaTheDarkDescent'', particularly when contrasted to DayNine's performance at same a year earlier.
* PromotedFanboy: Very much so.
** Growing up as a fan of professional ''VideoGame/{{Starcraft|I}} Brood War'' commentary and gameplay, Husky is now one of the most well known English casters; he is also a fan of DayNine, who frequently commentates with Husky now.
** Husky's fame as an amateur commentator also led to him getting Beta keys to ''VideoGame/StarcraftII'', which led to his channel mushrooming in popularity.
** Husky and Kurt were also, weirdly enough, fans of ''each other'' before they knew each other personally; Kurt just sent Husky an email one day asking if he wanted to create ''Franchise/{{Starcraft}}''-based music together, and a few months later Husky remembered the email and wrote in the draft for "Banelings".
* RealMenWearPink: ''Loves'' the color pink for some reason.
* SeinfeldianConversation: A few minutes towards the start of every cast tends to be these. The opening of a Starcraft game tends to be boring economy building, but Husky doesn't like speeding games up in case something crazy ''does'' happen, and even when he prepares player stats to read out they often don't fill much time. To avoid awkward silences while he waits for the conflict to start, he rambles about pretty much anything that happens to hold his interest, from recent events in the Starcraft community to [[MundaneMadeAwesome pulling off slick stunts on his desk chair]].
* ShippingGoggles: In his [[VideoGame/StarCraftIIHeartOfTheSwarm HotS]] playthrough [[InvokedTrope he decided]] [[HiveQueen Kerrigan]] X [[EvilutionaryBiologist Abathur]] was his {{OTP}}, though he was probably just joking. Probably...
* TheStoic: Seems to have ''no'' emotion outside of ''Franchise/{{Starcraft}}'' casts. It's seriously like a switch was flicked and all the energy was turned off. Watch the second episode of TheGameStation podcast, where he plays up the "emotionless man" haircut he recently got to absurd levels.
* StraightMan: Acts this way in the second TheGameStation podcast. Mostly toward's [[OMFGCata Jesse's]] WiseGuy, but really to everyone.
* TheUnfunny: Going with TheStoic outside of ''Franchise/{{Starcraft}}''; during the second TheGameStation podcast, TotalBiscuit and [[PressHeartToContinue Dodger]] are cracking up over [[OMFGCata Jesse Cox's]] jokes, while Husky stares straight on. Apparently, Husky had sworn to brace himself against DayNine's humor, and has become immune to Jesse's.
* VerbalTic: "I feel like...". Shared with his friends, too, such as AhnarisStarcraft and PressHeartToContinue.
* WhatMeasureIsAMook: Husky loves to avert this by talking about units as though they're actual soldiers, praising a heroic performance, lamenting a tragic death, or even just wondering aloud what they're thinking. Perhaps the biggest instance of this trope was "Pylo the Pylon", who died halfway through a game where the Protoss player ultimately lost, making Pylo's sacrifice in vain. And yes, we're talking about a random supply building.
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-->"''...I hope you guys enjoyed it, and I'll see you guuuys next tiiime!''"
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->''"Hello everyone, this is H- to the -usky Husky here, and we are back with some more VideoGame/{{StarCraft II}} action!"''
-->--'''Husky'''

[=HuskyStarcraft=] is a Website/YouTube channel starring Mike "Husky" Lamond, who casts ''VideoGame/StarcraftII'' matches. Originating from Oregon, he gained his first 10,000 subscribers on a now-defunct Website/YouTube channel called "[[http://www.youtube.com/user/EsportsReport EsportsReport]]", covering ''VideoGame/{{Starcraft|I}} Brood War'' professional games. Afterwards, he created the "HuskyStarcraft" account, covering exclusively ''VideoGame/StarcraftII'', which has since then exploded in popularity and fueled his own rise to prominence.

Known for his [[{{Keet}} enthusiasm]] and MotorMouth, he is currently the most popular English-speaking ''VideoGame/StarcraftII'' commentator on Website/YouTube, with more than 600,000 subscribers and a regular viewership of 150,000 viewers. He also holds the number 1 most subscribed "Reporter" award. He shows a wide knowledge of [[SeriousBusiness the players]], [[TournamentPlay the tournaments]], the strategies and the {{metagame}}, although amongst other ''VideoGame/StarcraftII'' commentators he's criticized for less analysis and more play-by-play (which he just accepts, as that's his SignatureStyle).

Compared to other commentators, he is considered the most energetic and "fun", with his casts appealing to many fans of ''VideoGame/StarcraftII'' who previously have never heard of it, and many people who enjoy watching ''VideoGame/StarcraftII'' without owning the game. Unlike other commentators, he also avoids swearing in his casts. Most prominent is his new band, Nerd Alert, which he started with KurtHugoSchneider and {{ivyleaguepunk}}, which makes parodies and original songs based on ''Franchise/{{Starcraft}}''; their "Banelings" song garnered more than 4 million views by the end of the first week.

The channel can be seen [[http://www.youtube.com/user/HuskyStarcraft here]]. He is also a prominent member of TheGameStation, frequently appearing in skits. He also has a [[http://www.youtube.com/user/husky second channel]], which he uses to post non-''Franchise/{{Starcraft}}'' videos and unedited livesteam footage (including ''Franchise/{{Starcraft}}''-related ones).

Compare and contrast with TotalBiscuit and DayNine's ''VideoGame/StarcraftII'' commentaries.

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!!Provides examples of:

* ArchEnemy: Apparently with Jesse Cox of OMFGCata, whom he interacted with for one of the first times on video in the second TheGameStation podcast. [[https://twitter.com/#!/JesseCox/status/163438598908166146 Amazing how much of a reaction three hours causes]].
* AttentionDeficitOohShiny: Some things will distract him whenever he cast; the most known thing is Pylo, though he's also been known to zoom in on random doodads and critters.
** He's also known for coming up with the weirdest backstories or analogies for any random unit that amuses him.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: Husky is probably one of the most congenial, likeable and enthusiastic youtubers out there; hell, he's credited with helping TotalBiscuit out of a MAJOR jam. However, tired Husky will destroy all you love just for kicks. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9xVKsSakP-4&list=UUU5n2CB2w4-D5AIaT0UOz4w&index=5 Case and point.]]
* BigNo: When Pylo was destroyed.
* CatchPhrase: How Mike starts his videos:
--> Hello everyone, this is H- to the -usky Husky here!\\
THOR IS HERE!\\
Fleet bacon on the way.\\
It's gettin' too hot!\\
[[OhCrap Oh no, I've made a HUGE mistake!]]\\
Hope you guys enjoyed it, and I will see you guys next time!
* CoolCar: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I9Fgl1eYsfI Had an entire video]] devoted to his beloved car (a 2011 Subaru WRX STI), which he spent several years working for.
* ComicallyMissingThePoint: Jesse was told by Husky about how his poll on Facebook on what to nickname his next Pokemon was nothing but obscenities (the eventual winner was "[=DickButts=]"). Husky was upset that they didn't fit the character limit.
* EpicFail: in late 2012 Husky started doing a LetsPlay of the ''WarcraftIII'' campaign. The final Scourge mission, [[EscortMission Protect Kel'Thuzad for half an hour]], somehow became "Let's attack the enemy's base," despite his first attempt to do so being [[MyRulesAreNotYourRules easily rebuffed]]. The resulting DisasterDominoes ended with Husky using Kel'Thuzad to ''tank'' and his Death Knight to heal... and failing, ''at 00:00:00 left on the timer''.
* FacePalm: Husky started casting Bronze League level games for fun in March 2013, and the frustratingly inept play has sometimes driven him into outright wallbanger moments. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8onkv0eEfXo&t=16m12s Case in point.]]
* {{Keet}}: Not even getting his car broken into stops him from being cheery on-camera.
** He even sounds pretty upbeat after [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SeqiNLMEHgs being woken at 1:30AM by a fire evacuation.]]
* LargeHam: At times. Particularly when he joked about casting his family's Thanksgiving Dinner.
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* MotorMouth: Especially during the micromanagement-heavy parts.
* NervesOfSteel: as proved by his LetsPlay of ''AmnesiaTheDarkDescent'', particularly when contrasted to DayNine's performance at same a year earlier.
* PromotedFanboy: Very much so.
** Growing up as a fan of professional ''VideoGame/{{Starcraft|I}} Brood War'' commentary and gameplay, Husky is now one of the most well known English casters; he is also a fan of DayNine, who frequently commentates with Husky now.
** Husky's fame as an amateur commentator also led to him getting Beta keys to ''VideoGame/StarcraftII'', which led to his channel mushrooming in popularity.
** Husky and Kurt were also, weirdly enough, fans of ''each other'' before they knew each other personally; Kurt just sent Husky an email one day asking if he wanted to create ''Franchise/{{Starcraft}}''-based music together, and a few months later Husky remembered the email and wrote in the draft for "Banelings".
* RealMenWearPink: ''Loves'' the color pink for some reason.
* SeinfeldianConversation: A few minutes towards the start of every cast tends to be these. The opening of a Starcraft game tends to be boring economy building, but Husky doesn't like speeding games up in case something crazy ''does'' happen, and even when he prepares player stats to read out they often don't fill much time. To avoid awkward silences while he waits for the conflict to start, he rambles about pretty much anything that happens to hold his interest, from recent events in the Starcraft community to [[MundaneMadeAwesome pulling off slick stunts on his desk chair]].
* ShippingGoggles: In his [[VideoGame/StarCraftIIHeartOfTheSwarm HotS]] playthrough [[InvokedTrope he decided]] [[HiveQueen Kerrigan]] X [[EvilutionaryBiologist Abathur]] was his {{OTP}}, though he was probably just joking. Probably...
* TheStoic: Seems to have ''no'' emotion outside of ''Franchise/{{Starcraft}}'' casts. It's seriously like a switch was flicked and all the energy was turned off. Watch the second episode of TheGameStation podcast, where he plays up the "emotionless man" haircut he recently got to absurd levels.
* StraightMan: Acts this way in the second TheGameStation podcast. Mostly toward's [[OMFGCata Jesse's]] WiseGuy, but really to everyone.
* TheUnfunny: Going with TheStoic outside of ''Franchise/{{Starcraft}}''; during the second TheGameStation podcast, TotalBiscuit and [[PressHeartToContinue Dodger]] are cracking up over [[OMFGCata Jesse Cox's]] jokes, while Husky stares straight on. Apparently, Husky had sworn to brace himself against DayNine's humor, and has become immune to Jesse's.
* VerbalTic: "I feel like...". Shared with his friends, too, such as AhnarisStarcraft and PressHeartToContinue.
* WhatMeasureIsAMook: Husky loves to avert this by talking about units as though they're actual soldiers, praising a heroic performance, lamenting a tragic death, or even just wondering aloud what they're thinking. Perhaps the biggest instance of this trope was "Pylo the Pylon", who died halfway through a game where the Protoss player ultimately lost, making Pylo's sacrifice in vain. And yes, we're talking about a random supply building.
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-->"''...I hope you guys enjoyed it, and I'll see you guuuys next tiiime!''"
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19th May '13 11:51:26 AM sdaerf
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* FacePalm: Husky started casting Bronze League level games for fun in march 2013, and the frustratingly inept play has sometimes driven him into outright wallbanger moments. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8onkv0eEfXo&t=16m12s Case in point.]]

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* FacePalm: Husky started casting Bronze League level games for fun in march March 2013, and the frustratingly inept play has sometimes driven him into outright wallbanger moments. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8onkv0eEfXo&t=16m12s Case in point.]]
18th May '13 1:58:01 PM nombretomado
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->''"Hello everyone, this is H- to the -usky Husky here, and we are back with some more StarCraft2 action!"''

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->''"Hello everyone, this is H- to the -usky Husky here, and we are back with some more StarCraft2 VideoGame/{{StarCraft II}} action!"''
18th May '13 1:57:49 PM nombretomado
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[=HuskyStarcraft=] is a Website/YouTube channel starring Mike "Husky" Lamond, who casts ''VideoGame/StarcraftII'' matches. Originating from Oregon, he gained his first 10,000 subscribers on a now-defunct Website/YouTube channel called "[[http://www.youtube.com/user/EsportsReport EsportsReport]]", covering ''{{Starcraft}} Brood War'' professional games. Afterwards, he created the "HuskyStarcraft" account, covering exclusively ''VideoGame/StarcraftII'', which has since then exploded in popularity and fueled his own rise to prominence.

to:

[=HuskyStarcraft=] is a Website/YouTube channel starring Mike "Husky" Lamond, who casts ''VideoGame/StarcraftII'' matches. Originating from Oregon, he gained his first 10,000 subscribers on a now-defunct Website/YouTube channel called "[[http://www.youtube.com/user/EsportsReport EsportsReport]]", covering ''{{Starcraft}} ''VideoGame/{{Starcraft|I}} Brood War'' professional games. Afterwards, he created the "HuskyStarcraft" account, covering exclusively ''VideoGame/StarcraftII'', which has since then exploded in popularity and fueled his own rise to prominence.



Compared to other commentators, he is considered the most energetic and "fun", with his casts appealing to many fans of ''VideoGame/StarcraftII'' who previously have never heard of it, and many people who enjoy watching ''VideoGame/StarcraftII'' without owning the game. Unlike other commentators, he also avoids swearing in his casts. Most prominent is his new band, Nerd Alert, which he started with KurtHugoSchneider and {{ivyleaguepunk}}, which makes parodies and original songs based on ''{{Starcraft}}''; their "Banelings" song garnered more than 4 million views by the end of the first week.

The channel can be seen [[http://www.youtube.com/user/HuskyStarcraft here]]. He is also a prominent member of TheGameStation, frequently appearing in skits. He also has a [[http://www.youtube.com/user/husky second channel]], which he uses to post non-''{{Starcraft}}'' videos and unedited livesteam footage (including ''{{Starcraft}}''-related ones).

to:

Compared to other commentators, he is considered the most energetic and "fun", with his casts appealing to many fans of ''VideoGame/StarcraftII'' who previously have never heard of it, and many people who enjoy watching ''VideoGame/StarcraftII'' without owning the game. Unlike other commentators, he also avoids swearing in his casts. Most prominent is his new band, Nerd Alert, which he started with KurtHugoSchneider and {{ivyleaguepunk}}, which makes parodies and original songs based on ''{{Starcraft}}''; ''Franchise/{{Starcraft}}''; their "Banelings" song garnered more than 4 million views by the end of the first week.

The channel can be seen [[http://www.youtube.com/user/HuskyStarcraft here]]. He is also a prominent member of TheGameStation, frequently appearing in skits. He also has a [[http://www.youtube.com/user/husky second channel]], which he uses to post non-''{{Starcraft}}'' non-''Franchise/{{Starcraft}}'' videos and unedited livesteam footage (including ''{{Starcraft}}''-related ''Franchise/{{Starcraft}}''-related ones).



** Growing up as a fan of professional ''{{Starcraft}} Brood War'' commentary and gameplay, Husky is now one of the most well known English casters; he is also a fan of DayNine, who frequently commentates with Husky now.

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** Growing up as a fan of professional ''{{Starcraft}} ''VideoGame/{{Starcraft|I}} Brood War'' commentary and gameplay, Husky is now one of the most well known English casters; he is also a fan of DayNine, who frequently commentates with Husky now.



** Husky and Kurt were also, weirdly enough, fans of ''each other'' before they knew each other personally; Kurt just sent Husky an email one day asking if he wanted to create ''{{Starcraft}}''-based music together, and a few months later Husky remembered the email and wrote in the draft for "Banelings".

to:

** Husky and Kurt were also, weirdly enough, fans of ''each other'' before they knew each other personally; Kurt just sent Husky an email one day asking if he wanted to create ''{{Starcraft}}''-based ''Franchise/{{Starcraft}}''-based music together, and a few months later Husky remembered the email and wrote in the draft for "Banelings".



* TheStoic: Seems to have ''no'' emotion outside of ''{{Starcraft}}'' casts. It's seriously like a switch was flicked and all the energy was turned off. Watch the second episode of TheGameStation podcast, where he plays up the "emotionless man" haircut he recently got to absurd levels.

to:

* TheStoic: Seems to have ''no'' emotion outside of ''{{Starcraft}}'' ''Franchise/{{Starcraft}}'' casts. It's seriously like a switch was flicked and all the energy was turned off. Watch the second episode of TheGameStation podcast, where he plays up the "emotionless man" haircut he recently got to absurd levels.



* TheUnfunny: Going with TheStoic outside of ''{{Starcraft}}''; during the second TheGameStation podcast, TotalBiscuit and [[PressHeartToContinue Dodger]] are cracking up over [[OMFGCata Jesse Cox's]] jokes, while Husky stares straight on. Apparently, Husky had sworn to brace himself against DayNine's humor, and has become immune to Jesse's.

to:

* TheUnfunny: Going with TheStoic outside of ''{{Starcraft}}''; ''Franchise/{{Starcraft}}''; during the second TheGameStation podcast, TotalBiscuit and [[PressHeartToContinue Dodger]] are cracking up over [[OMFGCata Jesse Cox's]] jokes, while Husky stares straight on. Apparently, Husky had sworn to brace himself against DayNine's humor, and has become immune to Jesse's.
29th Mar '13 9:29:47 AM Godnat
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* FacePalm: Husky started casting Bronze League level games for fun in march 2013, and the frustratingly inept play has sometimes driven him into outright wallbanger moments. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8onkv0eEfXo&t=16m12s Case in point.]]



** Husky's fame as an amuteur commentator also led to him getting Beta keys to ''VideoGame/StarcraftII'', which led to his channel mushrooming in popularity.

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** Husky's fame as an amuteur amateur commentator also led to him getting Beta keys to ''VideoGame/StarcraftII'', which led to his channel mushrooming in popularity.



* ShippingGoggles: On his [[VideoGame/StarCraftIIHeartOfTheSwarm HotS]] playtrhough he decided [[HiveQueen Kerrigan]] X [[EvilutionaryBiologist Abathur]] was his {{OTP}}

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* ShippingGoggles: On In his [[VideoGame/StarCraftIIHeartOfTheSwarm HotS]] playtrhough playthrough [[InvokedTrope he decided decided]] [[HiveQueen Kerrigan]] X [[EvilutionaryBiologist Abathur]] was his {{OTP}}{{OTP}}, though he was probably just joking. Probably...
24th Mar '13 9:26:41 PM dRoy
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* ComicallyMissingThePoint: Jesse was told by Husky about how his poll on Facebook on what to nickname his next Pokemon was nothing but obscenities (the eventual winner was "[=DickButts=]"). Husky wasn't upset by the suggestions, but upset that they didn't fit the character limit.

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* ComicallyMissingThePoint: Jesse was told by Husky about how his poll on Facebook on what to nickname his next Pokemon was nothing but obscenities (the eventual winner was "[=DickButts=]"). Husky wasn't upset by the suggestions, but was upset that they didn't fit the character limit.
15th Mar '13 7:11:08 AM Damr1990
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* ShippingGoggles: On his [[VideoGame/StarCraftIIHeartOfTheSwarm HotS]] playtrhough he decided KerriganXAbathur was his {{OTP}}

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* ShippingGoggles: On his [[VideoGame/StarCraftIIHeartOfTheSwarm HotS]] playtrhough he decided KerriganXAbathur decided [[HiveQueen Kerrigan]] X [[EvilutionaryBiologist Abathur]] was his {{OTP}}
15th Mar '13 7:08:19 AM Damr1990
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* ShippingGogles: On his [StarcraftIIHeartOfTheSwarm HotS] playtrhough he decided KerriganXAbathur was his OTP

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* ShippingGogles: ShippingGoggles: On his [StarcraftIIHeartOfTheSwarm HotS] [[VideoGame/StarCraftIIHeartOfTheSwarm HotS]] playtrhough he decided KerriganXAbathur was his OTP{{OTP}}
15th Mar '13 7:06:32 AM Damr1990
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* ShippingGogles: On his [StarcraftIIHeartOfTheSwarm HotS] playtrhough he decided KerriganXAbathur was his OTP
21st Feb '13 5:55:54 AM shunk
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[[OhCrap Oh no, I've made a HUGE mistake!\\

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[[OhCrap Oh no, I've made a HUGE mistake!\\mistake!]]\\
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