Al Chest Breach, also known as Brown Bear Breach after he decided that a camouflage suit made him look like a bear, is a Let's Player, mainly playing Bethesda games like Fallout 3, Fallout: New Vegas and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. He has a tendency to be silly, lives on the moon, has a tendency to be incredibly silly, likes to talk to everything around and yes, he has tendency to be very very silly. He started off playing and reviewing New Vegas mods, but later started his Minecraft: Go West series, Fallout 3: Modded Playthrough, Skyrim Mods and Cat Tales (not the things on their backs), as well as some other random games. Every now and then, he also makes a montage out of clips from one of his games, mostly New Vegas, like the famous Brahmin Hunter or Overencumbered Man.Nowadays, while not chilling in his moon-house, he mostly plays New Vegas and Skyrim mods, although there is always some other content dropping in.
Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!: Oh so often, mostly running away from important stuff to look at... less-than-important stuff. As an example, while on a driving quest, he suddenly jumped out of the car to go sit next to a seagull. In the middle of a street. He then proceeded to sing about it.
Back from the Dead: Bobby Duggart, or rather his ghost. Harold has been brought back twice!
Badass Boast: Oddly enough, in the midst of all the silliness, he tends to drop a few good boasts. Notably: "Who wants to die first? None of you? All right, it's gonna be all of you." Which he says in the exact same tone as anything else he says!
One of particular note comes from War Trash - Part 8. "I'm a magician. I make people disappear."
Badass Longcoat: Played for Laughs. The Tube Blanket – a custom-built leather duster with an absurd damage threshold (meaning it absorbs bullets like some kind of bullet sponge).
Bash Brothers: Jerry McGhoulberry and Mister Cuddlesworth when Al is using a ranged weapon. Jerry and Al when he's using a melee weapon.
Berserk Button: Invisible walls and the game crashing usually gets him quite angered.
However, nothing quite gets his goat like talking over him when he's trying to talk. Protip: Don't do that.
Al: We are all going to kill you brutally in like four seconds if you don't shut your goddamn mouth.
Or when NPCs start talking when he tries to talk. He goes nuts.
Also whenever sims don't do what he orders them to do.
Blatant Lies: Every time he uses console commands, he insists there's something horrible outside your window looking at you. There is.
British Accents: Likes to impersonate Doctor Who or others Brits every now and then, usually just before lampshading how horrible the accent is. While still in the accent, of course.
Comical Overreacting: Doc Mitchell once tried to steal the remains of Jerry and kill Al and his crew because Al kept using the Doc's house for a storage depot for his mod items.
Cosmic Retcon: In his Sims 3 playthrough, Bobby Duggart went backwards in time (reloaded an old save) to save his pets after social services took them away from him. Eagle-eyed viewers may note he actually went quite a ways back, seeing as how both The Grim Reaper and Doug Tanden came back.
Early-Installment Weirdness: Inverted. His very early videos are actually fairly straight up walkthroughs and reviews of mods, which can be quite jarring if you are used to watching his newer videos before seeing those.
Heroic BSOD: Has the hilarious tendency to break out into (hopefully fake) tears whenever he sees something horrible, like when he gets his favorite companions killed. But he's quick to snap out of it and forget.
Jerk with a Heart of Gold: His player characters have a tendency to be abusive, bloodthirsty, impatient, short-tempered if not flat-out insane with a severe case of ADHD. Yet, he almost always chooses the most polite dialogue option in NPC conversations (even if there's another funnier but ruder response) and always prefers to do the right thing in quest choices. In one of his recent Fallout videos he laments that the Vault 22 plant research has to be burnt without a good alternative offered and the loss of an opportunity to make the Mojave "beautiful again".
And while it's not really a good plan, he aligns with the NCR (The Resident Good Faction) quite frequently, and he has often talked about how it would be "Wonderful" to bombard the Legion (The Resident Evil Faction of the game)
Kleptomaniac Hero. Al takes everything. Ever. He constantly gets over-encumbered because he compulsively steals things.
Laughing Mad: "Let me ask you a question: are you into gay men?"
Loads and Loads of Characters: Al has many characters in nearly all of his sereis, but in his Sims series he has Bobby, Steven, Harold, Waffles, Mageru, Gumbo, Zelda, Pudge, Cashew, Dakota, Kimmy, Oscar, Robbie, Ghost Bobby, and Ghost Harold. Thats not even counting the many townsfolk and the Future Duggarts.
Man Child: Certainly comes close to it, at times, if he's not there all the time.
Signature Laugh: Often breaks out into one some YouTube commentators have playfully described as a "monkey laugh", usually preceded by rag-doll glitches, personal stupidity and exaggerated violence or explosions.
Tempting Fate: Waffles dies literally the second Al comes to the conclusion that pets in the Sims 3 can't die.
Unusually Uninteresting Sight: Inverted. Often gasps with legitimate amazement at random things, like traffic cones, loose garbage, broken run-of-the-mill guns. Usually then lampeshaded by the line, "This is nothing."
Played Straight by the fact that NPC's never notice his companions, which include: a deathclaw named Mr. Cuddlesworth who wears a top hat, a giant roach named Steve, a reanimated corpse named JerryMcGhoulberry, a robot named Captain Ballarms, a girl named Janet in a cyborg's body, and many other random but unusual companions.