%%[[caption-width-right:350:The Clan Of The Gray Wolf, from left to right: Boomer, Commodore128, and Roo.]]

[[http://www.clanofthegraywolf.com/ The Clan Of The Gray Wolf]] is a group of people (a "clan") who produce [[VideoReviewShow video review shows]] and blogs that focus on both VideoGames and TabletopGames, as well as other "geek-related media". They are also a part of Website/ThatGuyWithTheGlasses, [=RetrowareTV=] and Website/{{Reviewtopia}}.

!!!The members of the group are (left to right):
* Boomer: the resident TabletopGames geek. Though he has no specific video review segment, he does occasionally do vlogs of various conventions such as [=GenCon=] with Roo, as well as interviews with creators of various tools (such as iPhone apps) that help with tabletop gaming. [[RunningGag As you might have guessed, he has his own blog on the website.]]
* Commodore128 aka "The Commodore" (''[[RunningGag ding-ding!]]''): hosts the "Echo Screen" {{Podcast}} along with the other members, as well as starring in the "Painful Memories in Gaming" video segments. He has his own blog on the website.
* Roo: is the host of "The Way Games Work" and "16-Bit Gems" video shows and co-stars in the "Painful Memories in Gaming" videos. He also has his own blog on the website.

!! This website provides examples of:
* AccentuateTheNegative: Averted. Many of the blogs and video reviews, especially "16-Bit Gems", tend to focus primarily on the positive aspects of a work.
* AllAnimeisNaughtyTentacles: Roo seems to associate this in his E.V.O.:Search for Eden and The Legend of the Mystical Ninja reviews.
* AprilFoolsDay: Roo does April Fool's videos which are based on acting as though 16-Bit Gems is, and always has been, based around some other bittage instead ("8-Bit Gem", "64-Bit Gems", etc.) However this is just an excuse for him to instead review a game from those console generations, and he does so as seriously as he does the 16-bit games usually.
* AwesomeMusic: InUniverse, holding up ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI'' and ''VideoGame/ChronoTrigger'' (complete with angelic choir) as the best music on the {{UsefulNotes/SNES}}.
* CatchPhrase: "There is no reset button." Said by both the Commodore (''[[RunningGag ding-ding!]]'') and Roo at the end of the {{Podcast}}s and "16-Bit Gems" videos.
* {{Crossover}}: Roo swapped shows with Heisanevilgenius of WebVideo/WeirdVideoGames for one episode.
* {{Documentary}}: Roo's occasional "The Way Games Work" videos on how console hardware (such as controllers) work.
* HypocriticalHumor: Whenever piracy is mentioned in any "16-bit Gems" review. Roo has a tendency to say he doesn't encourage piracy, while indirectly showing that it may be helpful or even completely necessary to pirate the reviewed game in order to play it.
* InformedFlaw: Roo constantly emphasizes how bad he is at pronouncing Japanese names. He seems to be doing it on purpose though.
* JumpScare: Roo does two during his review of ''VideoGame/ClockTower''.
* {{Metaphorgotten}}: in his NES Film/BackToTheFuture review, he does this:
-->'''Roo''': Now, look, I'm not saying this is a ''great'' game, just that the hate's been kept a ''bit'' too high, and that there's a gem here somewhere in the rough. The rough, rough-y, roughness of Roughertonville, PA, home of McRough The Crime Dog, King Of The Anvils and the fir-
* NonIndicativeName: The Website/ClanOfTheGrayWolf is only a clan in the loosest sense, and doesn't have anything to do with actual wolves (gray or otherwise).
* OncePerEpisode: See CatchPhrase above.
* OnceASeason: The site has an annual ''Rock Band'' marathon for Child's Play every November.
* SanitySlippage: Roo has a massive case after viewing ''WesternAnimation/WeAreTheStrange'' for his cameo on WebVideo/BrowsHeldHigh.
* ShownTheirWork: Roo does lots of research for every game featured in 16-bit gems.
* TakeThat: Roo takes a few at WebVideo/TheIrateGamer when reviewing ''[[VideoGame/AladdinCapcom Aladdin]]'' for the SNES on "16-bit Gems," like saying that irate gamers shouldn't pick on movie-based games for simply being based on a movie and pointing out an easily workable platforming puzzle that the Irate Gamer pretended to goof up on.