NakaTeleeli is a Let's Player who prefers to LP obscure games along with fan made games, usually playing as female characters. He is joined most of the time by his close friend ElementalOgre for multiplayer games. Much chaos and fun follows. His Youtube page is right here and he also has a forum here. Both NakaTeleeli and ElementalOgre have been hired on as co-hosts for the podcast Moonhawk Studios Presents. In late 2011, NakaTeleeli created a new series based off of first impressions of recently acquired games, which has since been named Maiden Reactions, some episodes are done single-player and other episodes are done with ElementalOgre and his friends from the Moonhawk Studios Presents podcast. On November 7, 2012 it was announced that the Maiden Reactions series would be retired for various reasons.On March 15, 2013, he started a new series called "Dancing with BAMs", in which he solos BAMs in Tera Online.
All Just a Dream: Minecraft Journey Home and Fate's Grasp turned out to be this.
Actually...not so. The "dream of life" wasn't a literal dream, but more a metaphor for gaming/life itself. He could "imagine whatever he wanted, however he wished", and the Sign Maker was intruding on his "dream" and those of others. (I.E. The various worlds Naka went to.) At the end, he was back in his own world so, naturally, were it all a dream, the first series would have been one, as well.
Be Careful What You Wish For: Naka was hoping to find something at the beginning of episode 7 of his Minecraft Survival LP. Come the end of Episode 8, he's found a dungeon and a mineshaft, is filled up with items... and is completely, utterly lost, far from home, and has so many good items on him now, dying means the entire trip has become POINTLESS.
NakaTeleeli: Maybe next time, we can... not... get completely lost in here—I just wanna go home!
Broken Pedestal: According to one of his commentary videos on his Minecraft series, the fight with the Enderdragon caused this in "Friend." Basically, the revelation of Naka's mortality caused "Friend" to believe himself superior to his mentor figure, as opposed to an equal previously.
It wasn't because Naka died, it was because Naka lost.
Groin Attack: Once or twice, ElementalOgre tries a Nut Punch. Which Naka usually blocks and counters.
Heroic BSOD: Ogre has one at the beginning of the Metal Slug 1 playthrough, because Law and Order was cancelled. Ronnie James Dio passed away, and he saw an episode of Glenn Beck. Thankfully, Naka snaps him out of it.
Heroic Comedic Sociopath: In the New Super Mario Bros. Wii playthrough, Ogre was stated from the beginning to be 'murderous'. And boy, does he prove that on several occasions. Except when the level's killing everyone enough so that he really isn't needed.
He's Back: Let's Muscle has FINALLY brought back Elemental Ogre in co-op vids.
NakaTeleeli: I really like the way everything's been going on the channel recently but... something just... feels like it's missing. And... I have no idea what.
Hope Spot: In the first episode of Journey Home, after going through loads of jungle, waking up to a village in flames, and traveling quite far, Naka finally makes it back home...or does he?
I'm Taking Her Home with Me!: Upon exiting a village in Megaman Legends 2, Naka bumps into an abandoned Servbot who was left accidentally by Tron Bonne. After talking to the sad Servbot, Naka ends the video, picks up the Servbot, and runs toward the Flutter saying, "Taking you home with me."
Nerf: Discussed; In part 23 of New Super Mario Bros. U, Naka and Ogre talk about a difficult boss fight in an MMO that they fought way back when. They claim that if someone calls that fight easy, then they probably fought it after it was nerfed.
Psychopathic Manchild: Sign Maker/Friend from Minecraft. He is described as a very young child whose maturity did not grow as he learned more about the world. In Fate's Grasp it comes to a point where Sign Maker drags Naka through many different worlds and tried to kill him various times because he simply viewed Naka as a plaything.
Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: In episode 35 of Journey Home, Naka decides he has had enough of the Sky Island, especially with the strange entity trying to keep him occupied with various tasks. Unfortunately, said island is floating above the void and there's no visible land in sight. But the compass is pointing in a certain direction so he just builds a bridge in that direction. He eventually gets to solid ground again.
Happens again in the second episode of Escapecraft, after he gets nearly killed by the strange entity, apparently growing tired of him. He finds a loophole and gathers enough material to break out of where he is. Unfortunately, he could have incurred its wrath in the process if the end of the video was any indication.
Sequence Breaking: Taken Up to Eleven in A Link to the Past, where he intentionally glitches his way through the game and does everything out of order. The first episode, which went up on April Fool's Day, even had him sequence break past the final boss.
Shown His Work: Frequently in his LPs. Most notable are the .//hack Quadgrillogy, where he splices in scenes from the related animes 'Liminality' and 'Sign', and Okami, where he points out the mythological references in the game. He likes to research the game and inform his watching audience of any related info to the scene while avoiding spoilers (minor ones get through but they don't reveal that much except little details).
Yandere: Sign Maker, earlier known as "Friend" from Naka's Minecraft playthrough. According to the Behind The Scenes videos, Friend "did not take kindly to the idea of Naka meeting and speaking and hanging out with other people", implying that Friend killed all the people in the village and severely wounded Doggy with an explosion when Naka's back was turned because he wanted Naka all to himself.
Yank the Dog's Chain: You want out of the mineshafts, Naka? Okay. We'll just plop you out here somewhere.
Episode 50 of Journey Home. After going through most difficult dungeon to date, the only thing worthwhile things he finds is an enchanted diamond helmet and a diamond block. Not wanting to have to go back through the dungeon to get out he tunnels out of the boss' room. It turns out that he past it on the way down. Most of this hour long episode could have been avoided if he just investigated the out of place brick wall. At the end you can hear him trying not to slip into a Madness Mantra.