The Leet World is a Counter-Strike-based Machinima which follows the exploits of two teams of four Terrorists and four Counter-Terrorists as they compete against each other in a Reality Show. However, it soon becomes apparent that this is no ordinary TV show, and the two disparate teams are going to have to put aside their differences and make friends... or, as the creators put it, "we see what happens when they stop being noobs and start acting leet!"The Leet World is now finished. The series is known for its comedy, compelling underlying story, well-developed characters and great original music. The Leet World is made by Smooth Few Films, and can be viewed on their website here.
A Storm Is Coming: Played with in Season 2, Episode 5, when Montrose mocks Ellis' cliche only for it to actually thunder.
Disability Superpower: Cortez and his killing-people-without-eyes schtick. Note that while he does not, in fact, need eyes to kill a man, he does completely fail at Marco Polo.
Everyone Calls Him Barkeep: Three examples: The Producer and the Domination Guy, as well as Cortez; his full name is Cortez Emilio Alejandro Jesus Cardinal.
Enforced Plug: The CTs receive advertising contracts after winning season 1, leading to Westheimer and Chet occasionally inserting plugs for "Sir Spice-a-Lot's Chicken" or "Koala Cola" into conversation.
Fate Worse than Death: Ellis claims that dying in the Death room is "worse than death. Whatever that means."
Flash Step: Ahmad uses this when boosting his speed with HAX.
Gratuitous Spanish: Mendoza, the Ocho Muertos, and especially Cortez all speak mostly English with Spanish sprinkled here and there.
Handicapped Badass: Cortez's near-blindness doesn't stop him from reaching new heights in badassitude. In the beginning of Season 1, Ahmad compares him to Daredevil for this reason but is shot down by Ellis (Boy, if I have told you once, I have told you a thousand times that the Daredevil was gay!).
Noodle Implements: Ellis has nightmares where Ahmad kills him "with an eggbeater and some perseverance." Also, he has a Cousin Austin who "can do things with a beet and a chicken that would distract anybody."
Rivals Team Up: The Terrorists and the CTs, against some outside force.
Robotic Reveal: While his Artificial Human status had been hinted at since his introduction, and confirmed just moments before, Asher's eyes flashingred after receiving his reprogramming was the final confirmation that he definitely wasn't human.
Running Gag: Many, including Leeroy's 'online social life,' Player's ass, and the ski-masked Ochos Muertos continually getting their names mixed up between them.
Verbal Tic: Cortez and his apparent obsession with buuuurros.
Vitriolic Best Buds: Ellis and Montrose in the latter part of the first season and in the second, very much Type II. Particularly during the series finale, plus right after Montrose insinuates that Ellis likes farm animals and Ellis threatens to pee in his bed:
Westheimer: Why are you guys teaming up on me? Don't you hate each other?
Ellis: Uh, yeah. Loser. Let's get out of here, Montrose.
Montrose: Later, beeyotch.
Wham Episode: Episode 2.7, and then again shortly afterwards with episode 2.10.
Worthy Opponent: Westheimer and Cortez, albeit begrudgingly; the Domination Guy and Cortez; and, oddly enough, Mendoza to Westheimer.
Westheimer: If anything happens to my soldiers I'm gonna come after you myself, challenge be damned.
Mendoza: I would hope for nothing less.
Your Mom: Played with, Montrose responds with an insult with Your Dad. And it was actually good, so he followed up with a remark that became his Catch Phrase.