Awesome / Team Four Star
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TFS Let's Play - Left 4 Dead 2
TFS Let's Play - Halo: Reach
- At one point Lani surives an ambush by both a Tank and a Charger.
- Even Taka gets one in No Mercy. He chases down a Witch and kills it with a DAMN AXE.
- And then Lani takes on a Tank with a cricket bat. And lives.
- In the first part of their Let's Play of "Dead Air" on Advanced, they're only mere inches a way from the first safe room when Kaiser shoots the car with the alarm, alerting the horde, AGAIN. Everyone quickly piles inside, except for Lani. Just as the horde closes in, he chucks a molotov at the ground a few feet in from of him, and proceeds to solo the entire horde!
- Second part of their Let's Play of "Dead Air" on Advanced. Gan single handedly killing two witches with a shotgun, with no outside help. Keep in mind, this usually fails...horribly.
- This happens again in fifth part of "Suicide Blitz," when they make their way through the movie theatre. While everyone else is off commenting on the whimsically parodied movie titles showing there, Gan rushes up and blindsides a Wandering Witch with a combat shotgun, once more, taking it down by himself... Without startling it.
TFS Let's Play- Serious Sam 3
- in "Firefight" Taka announces at one point that he'll be taking a Mongoose, while Gan (currently in the process of trying to kill an Elite) and the others think nothing of it and let him have it. Seconds later, Gan is still trying to slay the Elite, which is now coming up the stairs, Cue the sight of Taka flying past Gan in the Mongoose, down the stairs, and running over the Elite, not only killing, but causing it to cartwheel comically through the air before he himself crashes into a pillar.
- Lani's bubble shield in "New Alexandria". Gan acknowledges it.
- Anything Lani does with a sword.
- In Part 4 of the Pillar of Autumn, Lani takes out 4 Brutes with the last of his sword's power immediately before dying.
- Also in Pillar of Autumn, when he gets a sword and sees an Elite, he screams "YOU!" charges, and kills it.
- "SWORD BEATS HAMMER!"
TFS Let's Play- Mass Effect 3
- In the first episode Lani tears out the eye of a monster and throws it at the next one he sees. It kills it.
- When the team gets the Minigun in The Dark Bride part 2. Particularly the giant battle scene that follows.
- Also in The Dark Bride pt 2, Gan finishes off one of the Fat Guys...by ripping its head off.
TFS Let's Play - Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
TFS Let's Play - Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3
TFS Let's Play - Dragonball Xenoverse
- Taka killing everything by headbutting it to death.
TFS Let's Play - Fallout 4
- Bloodborne is a very difficult game on it's own. TFS have made it infinitely harder on themselves by refusing to wear armor at all. Despite this, they're actually making progress through the game!
- They managed to beat the DLC and the final bosses in minimal tries in a dress and pumps.
- When Lani finally kills the Shadow of Yharnam. He kills the first one rather conventionally, then kills the second one by shooting him point blank with a cannon. He then manages to beat the last stage, despite freaking out and having never seen it before (which is why he freaked out) in a pretty epic way.
- Kirran defeats Ebrietas AND Martyr Logarius, IN ONE RUN WITHOUT DYING.
- Lani finally killed Ludwig. After over an entire stream of trying to kill the Accursed, Lani expertly dogded under his first attack, and then just laid into the boss with the Whirlagig. Lani didn't get hit once during the first phase, and only got hit twice from the Holy Blade. The magnificent fight ended with a visceral attack, clocking in at just over a minute.
- Lani killing Lady Maria, widely held as the most difficult boss in the game, in ONE LIFE.
- Kirran managing to finally kill Laurence, particularly since he came within only a few HP of health right before (and run out of healing items) and was convinced he couldn't do it.
- Lani managing to beat Gehrman in one life. The group also acknowledges the set up for said Final Boss battle is one of these.
- Kirran then goes on to kill the Moon Presence on his first shot.
TFS At The Table: Dungeons and Dragons
- Several moments, but perhaps the genesis of it all was naming their main character Cpt.Richard Ravager III. (Last r in Ravager is silent)
- Their persistence in going straight up fisticuffs leads to some epic kills, particularly with the Power Fist they got from Swan.
- Their killing of Kellog is all kinds of awesome. First, they launch a nuke, which slaughters all of his Synth robots, then, when Kellog goes into Stealth Boy mode, they track him quickly and proceed to punch the shit out of him, until he finally comes out of Stealth mode. They then VATS him right at his neck, and with a mighty cry of CAST IN THE NAME OF GOD, YE NOT GUILTY, they blow Kellog's goddamn head off.
- They then open the next episode by doing the Alas, Poor Yorick soliloquy to the disembodied head!
- During the Trinity Tower mission, after killing Fist, they, amidst the rain and thunder around them, drag Fist's dead body to the side of the tower, yelling, "IS THIS YOUR GREATEST CHAMPION?! BRING ME MORE!" and proceed to hurl Fist's body of the tower, "LONG LIVE THE KING!"
- For added awesome, Grant also starts quoting the lyrics to "Vengeance" by The Protomen.
- An NPC moment. In Episode 26, As TFS and Piper head into a tunnel in the Fern Sewers, they spot a regular Settler chokeslam and shoot a Raider. Their immediate response? "I wanna be your disciple!"
- In part 30 during the Silver Shroud mission, while rescuing Kent from Sinjin, TFS pull of intimidation for the first time by scaring Sinjin's men successfully, and then shooting his head off with a critical shot, to the love and admiration of "their new wife" Piper, bellowing "I AM A GOD!!" as they shoot the wall with the Shroud's silver submachine gun.
- Defeating the Abyssal Manmaw at the end of episode five. Special mention goes to Wake freeing Ezra from being Eaten Alive by the beast using it's own body as a water whip. Followed by Ezra hurling a burning oil flask to finish it off.
- The party sneaking into a Navy encampment undetected, blowing up the armory and making off with all their bars of gold.
- Wake's battle against Nedra in the arena.
- To elaborate, Nedra is a nine foot tall tiefling barbarian clad in plate armour. Wake is a five-foot seven unarmoured monk. Thanks to some skilful dodging from Wake (and some exceptionally good rolls from Lani), Wake manages to whittle Nedra down with regular punches while she's berserking out and, in the second half of the match, LIGHTING HERSELF ON FIRE trying to beat him. Though she hits like a truck, by the end both fighters can barely stand when Wake lands the finishing blow. Picture the Mountain and the Viper fight from A Song of Ice and Fire mixed with a Shōnen battle and you pretty much have this fight. Except this time, the Viper wins.
- For extra awesomeness, during Wake's first two turns, Lani rolls nat 20s for his attacks, which he interprets as hitting her square in the jaw with a Shoryuken!
- The defeat of the Abyssal Treant in episode 10. After doing serious damage to several party members, and living through a few big hits, the boss is sent fleeing by Eloy's Dissonant Whispers spell. Wake stabs it with a metal dagger as it flees. He then throws his second metal dagger at it and also hits. After which, Eloy uses his newly-shown Heat Metal spell on the daggers, causing the Treant to burst into flames and die.. Beware the Nice Ones indeed.