- Perhaps the only thing that comes close to a CMOH is Critikal's videos detailing his interest in producing videos for the fun of it and not wanting any money from them. He follows up multiple times explaining how he's donating the money to charity and even goes so far as to try to take screencaps of the revenue he's made and is donating to the charities-YouTube, however, informed him that he isn't permitted, and so the viewer is left to take his word for it. Given his persistence, there's little reason to doubt him.
- He has a twitter account he uses to post pictures of confirmed charity donations. This man strives to be a good example of humanity, and no silly youtube rule is going to stop him!
- A minor one but in the games with morality spectrums, he's seen as choosing the good side.
- In his "Thank You" video, he says his ultimate goal is to end corruption.
- Really, the whole video. Seriously, just watch it.
- In the Silent Hills playable teaser, when he hears that a pregnant woman was shot, he wanted to know if the baby survived.
- In the "Holy Shit" video, after reaching 1,000,000 subscribers, he reveals that over the last two years 50,000 dollars have been collectively raised for charity, and then goes on to talk about himself. He's very humble, and it's absolutely adorkable.
- In his video "Can't Think of a Title", Cr1tikal explains that because he is still unemployed, he will start splitting the money he regularly gives to charity to survive until he finds a decent job that "doesnīt make [him] miserable". Thatīs right, the guy that has been donating 100% of his earning from YouTube for almost three years at the time of this writingnote is telling his viewers that he feels absolutely horrible for taking money he legally earns and using it to survive instead of donating all of it.
- And it goes both ways; almost every comment in the video says that he has the right to do whatever he damn pleases with the money he earns and that they would accept more ads if it helped Cr1tikal get his life back on track.