Warning: Here there be dragons! Well... maybe just one...
Hello, Roahm Mythril here once again and it's time to begin our next project
A dragon who makes Let's Plays, as a dragon he is easily distracted by shiny objects.His most well-known project is a series of Perfect Runs (No Damage, Buster Only) of the Classic Mega Man games. However, his projects include:
Mega Man 1 Perfect Runs - Full Game (Allows an exception to the Buster Only rule because several Wily Stages cannot progress unless you use certain abilities).
Mega Man 2 Perfect Runs - Full Game (see above)
Mega Man 3 Perfect Runs - Full Game (see above)
Mega Man : The Wily Wars Perfect Runs - Wily Tower Full Game
Mega Man 4 Perfect Runs - Full Game (see above)
Mega Man 5 Perfect Runs - Robot Masters
Mega Man V Perfect Runs - Full Game
Mega Man 6 Perfect Runs - Robot Masters
Mega Man 7 Perfect Runs - Robot Masters
Mega Man 8 Perfect Runs - Robot Masters
Mega Man 8 - Collecting the Bolts
Mega Man & Bass Perfect Runs - Robot Masters
Mega Man & Bass - Completing the Database
Mega Man 9 Perfect Runs - Robot Masters and Special Stage
Mega Man 10 Perfect Runs - Robot Masters and Special Stages
Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!: Whenever something shiny is around, Roahm usually takes a moment to admire said item, later to come back to his senses and (if possible) collect the shiny.
The Jewel Man Perfect Run really dishes this one out, as he keeps track of his saying of the word "Shiny". Foolishly, he displays the final count as Chaos Emeralds, which quickly adds an extra one at the end of the video.
During the Metal Man Perfect Run, which is actually featured on this trope's quotes page:
"Now, the key word here in the Metal Man stage is caution. Ooh! Shiny! ShinyshinyshinyshinyMINE! Uh, yeah. Caution."
Badass Beard: In real life, Roahm has an awesome beardstache.
He even went and had his Youtube page designed to say this, along with making an entire video to say that he won't do them. His friend Shagg also made a song as well.
In an interview, Roahm said that he and his friends came up with the conclusion that if he set his main page video to the "I WONT PLAY MEGA MAN X", his background image to the same, he would still get asked to play Mega Man X. After this batch of science, he still gets asked.
Do NOT ask Roahm when the next video is going to be released.
Biting-the-Hand Humor: He's all too willing to make his dislike for Hughesnet, his internet provider, perfectly clear, despite the fact that it's what enables him to upload his videos in the first place.
Blooper: Each of his Perfect Runs also carry clips of runs which... didn't go so well; save for the few stages where he got through on the first try.note Mega Man 3 Vs Proto Man, Wily 1, and Wily 6. Though he did get through Usagi's stage on his first recorded try, he missed on his second one. These give the viewer an appreciation for how hard this is. Let's face it, if Roahm only showed his victories, then he'd be just another Boring Invincible Player; and where's the novelty in that?
Brick Joke: First being forced by an agent of his [known later in the finale of his Silent Hill 4 LP to be 'Deckard'] to do an Elecman Perfect Run against his will by using an electric device (later known as a "Dragon Prod") against him, which he got revenge for in the Brightman Perfect Run by getting a Pikachu to be his other agent (and using an Electric Attack on Deggert), Then he made a callback to this joke here.
Butt Monkey: Green Ogmo in the Jumper 3 run, who's frequent deaths compared to the others soon become a Running Gag.
"That's the annoying thing about Reimu. She fires homing shots that follow you!"
Determinator: After giving up the first time on a difficult jump in Mega Man 4, Cossack stage 3, he is directed to a video of seeing this jump in perfect execution. Not to be outdone, Roahm attempts the jump 50+ times before finally nailing it, thus requiring a redo video getting the perfect run of that stage...for REAL.
Roahm tackles even the absolute worst of sidequests in his search for completion. Feebas,PopUp, Bass, Punk, nothing can stop the dragon!
Escort Mission: As noted in Silent Hill 2, Roahm refers to the escortee as "Baggage" as they tend to get in the way without helping you.
Fan-Art: Got to a ridiculous point where it created great amount of drama between the viewers AND slowed down the videos production, even when there were videos dedicated ONLY to show and thank all the fan art made by the viewers, Nowadays, the problem has been Fixed by making "Gallery Updates" at his website
Follow the Leader: Roahm has made it quite plain that he will not be doing the Mega Man X series because he simply does not enjoy it. Kevvl14, who does enjoy it, asked permission to do perfect runs of the series in a Roahm style, with outtakes and similar. Roahm agreed.
Game Breaker: Invoked. He mentions that he's not a fan of these [i.e. he thinks the Metal Blades in Mega Man 2 are way too overpowered due to causing so many breaks in the boss chain]. He also mentions in Street Fighter X Megaman that it's charged buster shots seem to be expected to be used a little too much [he also mentions how they can flat out destroy and pierce certain enemies' shields].
Goshdang It To Heck: Roahm doesn't swear at all, to show displeasure, he shouts "Bugger!" or "Bloody bastard!"
He did use to swear a mild bit in early videos (just bastard during his nightmare boss outtakes), but after a certain point this stopped. A little funny when, as he reads the dialog for the games he LP's, in Aria of Sorrow he refuses to say it, even though the game does.
Possibly invoked at the end of his Metroid LP. When he tries the memetic password "Engage Ridley Mother Fucker," he censors the last word with Ridley-X and admonishes anyone trying to use the password. "Remember kids, cursing gets you nowhere."
Hilarious Outtakes: Every April 1st, he releases his non-Perfect Run-related outtakes (usually of him screwing up royally, verbally or ingame) as a collection called the Gag Reel. His reactions to his screwups are often just as hilarious as the outtakes themselves. An excerpt:
One of Us: Mentions a few tropes by name and, in his Nezumiman run, mentions This Wiki itself.
Our Dragons Are Different: though he "shows" the usual traits of a Dragon (Hoarding Treasure, Capable of Flight, Powers over Ice/Fire) he clearly states that he's not a vicious dragon, and is...in fact, quite friendly.
Here there be dragons!
Well... maybe just one...
A friendly Scottish dragon what draws and plays video games...
Um... YOU'VE BEEN WARNED!
Pungeon Master: Can't avoid making puns here and there, even when he doesn't want to.
Roahm Mythril: "Did I just screw myself over...?...I think I have..."
Real Men Wear Pink: He ended his Silent Hill 3 series with a fashion show of all of Heather's outfits, complete with a makeshift runway for Heather to walk on and soft pop music.
Also, his love of Mettools from the Mega Man franchise.
Roaring Rampage of Revenge: He kinda snaps in his attempt at Ring Man's stage, and started rambling "Revenge! Revenge! Sweet *insert name of item*-y Revenge!" Kinda absurd when he showcases the Balloon item and screams "Sweet Balloony Revenge!"
He makes a cathartic video where he proceeds to determine how effective the various weapons are at killing Maria. He dubbed it The Healing Process.
Running Gag: Several, though the most known is the "1-up Curse", which originated from his Perfect Runs, as most of the time a 1-up was dropped by a random enemy at a random chance, it usually lead to failure by either falling down a Bottomless Pit, falling on spikes or getting hit by an enemy (one rule of the Perfect Runs is that he isn't allowed to take damage). Shown to a ridiculous extent during an outtake on Skull Man's Stage where he ends up collecting four 1-ups before failing to the curse.
Another would be in his Secret of Mana LP, in which shortly after starting he rants a bit about RPG's and he inserts a picture of what appears to be him about to snap in rage (Skip to about 9 minutes in). 40 parts later, in the same LP, that same image returns.
>It returns once again in Nezumi Man after Delay Nezumi gets his revenge.
>And now, in part 41 of his Eternal Darkness blind run, this picture makes its triumphant return. After clearing out a room and costing his character all of his sanity in the process, Roahm inspects the room to find that there wasn't even anything in it to begin with. Cue Roahm rage face.
> And in part 4 of his Blind Run of Megaman Unlimited, he rolls a die to determine where to go... He ends up getting the first three robot masters he already defeated. Cue Roahm rage face, holding a die.
The Bomberman Elevator Sequence, started by Shagg. Every time one in the group hits an elevator, this seems to crop up.
The first time Roahm encounters Higsby in each of his Battle Network playthroughs, you can expect to see a closeup picture of Higsby's awesome hair soon afterward.
After completing his Legend of Zelda Minimalist Run, he showed a reel of outtakes taken from failed runs and practice fights against Ganon. The first one captures his reaction to finding out that direct contact with Ganon (who is invisible) kills him in one hit: "...Oh, that's not gonna be fun..."
He also has this reaction twice during the Wallace battle in Emerald. First when Wailord outspeeds Sahara and K Os with Blizzard, and second when he sees Milotic use Recover.
Waxing Lyrical: He quotes some lines from Can't Beat Airman during the Heat Man perfect run.
Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: He reveals in the Champion battle of Emerald that Milotic instils this reaction in him due to it constantly ending his runs in Battle Tower and the like.
From the Mega Man series, he has birds (mostly Pippis) and any incarnation of Quick Man.