Tropers / Kadorhal

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Kadorhal provides examples of:

  • Ace Pilot: I'm a pretty decent pilot in video games, though I'm not really the best among my group of friends - a few I used to play H.A.W.X. with were at the very least as good as me at the time, and in ARMA, most of my friends who even have any idea how to fly helicopters are better with them than I am (spontaneous explosions in mid-air for reasons we've been unable to determine notwithstanding, even if they happen to me less often than our group's preferred pilot).
  • Actor/Role Confusion: I (semi-jokingly) go through with this in regards to my Postal LPs. I claim "a Postal Dude knockoff is who I am now" in the description for one of my first additions to the Steam Workshop (a dictionary for Typing of the Dead: OVERKILL that includes Postal Dude phrases), and my description of myself on Twitter is "an owl who thinks he's the Postal Dude".
  • The Alcoholic: Looking through old works I made, it seems every other self-insert I made was this. It seems I honestly believed I would become this - ironically enough, now that I am old enough to drink, the only things I can stand are non- or just barely-alcoholic.
  • Arch-Enemy: Helicopters in Call of Duty, particularly multiplayer ones called from killstreaks. They will not shoot anyone other than me.
  • Arc Number: 23, which I have personally seen affect reality. It's recently brought a pair of friends with it: 9 and 108.
    • My own personal one is 125note . On occasion, 8 as wellnote .
    • 7 has been a major one. So far, as long as I've lived and have been able to remember, every time my age is a multiple of seven I've made a major move - switching states once at 7, going back at 14, then moving after our house caught fire at 21.
  • Badass Longcoat: A coat whose color I'm not entirely sure of, it seems to change every time I move from one room to another, though it seems to default to brown when I'm not wearing it. It's mostly been relegated to Halloween costume duty, when I can be bothered to go with nephews to get candy or pretend that anybody knows about the semi-hidden road I live on to get candy from. I also had a green one that fit a little better, but I let my brother have that one.
  • Better Than a Bare Bulb: I tend to endlessly lampshade things other people do in chats rather than actually add to the conversation in a meaningful way. This is probably why I never feel welcome in such chats.
  • Berserk Button: Within the wiki, people generally having no clue how to actually write and format pages (to the point that I'd probably get edit-banned again if my edit reasons didn't disappear entirely if there's an F-bomb within them).
    • Any mention of the alt-fire of Half-Life 2's pistol was this for a long time, if only because everyone who did mention it on this wiki seemed to believe it was an intended feature that is still in the game, and not a glitch that was patched out one goddamned month after release.
    • People attempting to namespace links in pages by just throwing Franchise/ in front of them instead of actually looking at where it's supposed to go. Especially when pages that don't have a Franchise namespace are namespaced to Franchise, while ones that do are ignored.
    • Outside of this wiki: People using rocket-propelled grenades (in particular the RPG-7) to kill me in video games even if I am the only person within the blast radius and not in a vehicle. Mostly because of very bad experiences in Call of Duty 4's singleplayer campaign. For that matter, having to use the RPG-7 at all, typically because it's inaccurate as hell simply because Call of Duty 4's RPG-7 was.
    • People with egos bigger than my own, though since my own ego is, despite all the Self-Deprecation, pretty damn big at times, this rarely comes up with people who I am actually able to lay the verbal smack-down on.
    • Blatant cheating in multiplayer games, particularly, again, Call of Duty - it's pretty hard to enjoy class-based multiplayer and gradually unlocking new weapons when, no matter what set-up you pick, you're killed by someone that always knows where you are and kills you in a single shot to any part of the body from any range with any weapon.
      • Weapons being randomly made useless or impossible to obtain compared to their real-world versions, primarily since the ones I really like seem to be the sole targets of this sort of thingnote .
  • Beyond the Impossible: Inversion with extraordinary sniper/marksman shots made in video games; two are listed in order under Improbable Aiming Skills, with the first being the first I ever made and the second being about a year or two later. A third shot, just two weeks after the second, was simply two Clot headshots with a single revolver bullet, which somehow gave me an achievement for an entirely different weapon.
  • Catch-Phrase: Usually when I notice I've ended up with one, I end up never saying it again under any circumstances. There's a few that have stuck around, though:
  • Continuity Nod: A lot of things my friends and I make refer to other things we've done before, regardless of whether the intended audience gets it or not (which is to be expected from in-jokes between a group of friends).
  • Cue the Flying Pigs: As mentioned below, my Call of Duty 4 Let's Play was the first I actually finished. Postal 2, started a year before it was and then on hiatus for nearly three, has finally joined it as a thing I have finished, and my classic Call of Duty thread also had timely updates with more than one video per update, without any delays before it was finished. Jedi Academy, though delayed half a year, joined that list later, followed by Paradise Lost only having one slight delay because I lost track of time when I was supposed to upload a late episode.
  • Discontinuity: I'd like to pretend nothing that happened to me during 2007 actually happened, except for the bits involving Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory, Uncyclopedia, and Steam. I don't remember why that is anymore - or if any of the above things even happened then and not in 2006 or 2008 - so I guess that means it's working.
  • The Eeyore: Feeling like I'm "the Butt-Monkey of the entire universe" sounds about right, though not so much the actual "bringing everyone down" bit (if only because even I realize it gets real annoying real fast). An old Steam friend even once mentioned that they had nicknamed me "Eeyore".
  • Egopolis: Kadorholland, a fake country whose name is attached to every server I host for any game (which is not very many at all). A forum I regularly visit also has "Kadorhal Inc.", referring to how my computer(s) tend to malfunction in impossible ways in an attempt to stop me from LPing anything, which I've since used as a source for jokes regarding an actual company.
  • Everybody Remembers the Stripper: As you can tell from the below quote, I'm the one who added the House of the Dead: OVERKILL example on that page.
    Kadorhal: apparently the only song in the game anyone cares about is the one dealing with making love to a mutant
    T1migi: why am i not surprised
  • Fan Hater: Of the Postal fanbase for a period, over some feigned superiority I had over them from actually having played the game rather than simply reading about it fifth-hand (watching LPs of it didn't count, because the only one I knew about was my own and we all know nobody watched that). Dropped off around 2012 when GOG and Steam both got Postal 2, so all those fans I hated were suddenly able to redeem themselves by, y'know, actually playing the game.
  • Fan Nickname: Thanks to association with a Granblue Fantasy character a group of friends identify me with, I and that group have started referring to C4 and other such remote explosives as "presentos".
  • Follow the Leader: I've dabbled in a little bit of everything, mostly due to seeing someone else do something and becoming popular through it and deciding "hey yeah I could do that too". This almost always results in things that should not exist, followed by me giving up on it after a month or two. Even the things I do stick with (LP's and skins for H.A.W.X. and Vector Thrust, primarily) are more for the fun I manage to derive from simply putting them together; a strange refusal to do any real self-promotion (ignore making a trope page for that shitty Gmod comic nobody read) and still not being any good at anything means I could not possibly make a popular thing, no matter how much I may want or try to.
  • Germans Love David Hasselhoff: It's probably saying something that, not only do I have more friends over the Internet than in real life, but most of them are from northern Europe (particularly the Netherlands and British Isles) and Canada.
    • Youtube analytics claim Denmark and Thailand are the non-English-speaking countries my videos are most popular in. It doesn't actually give any sort of data on how many viewers are from there, of course (that would be useful and is therefore banned from ever being a functionality for Youtube analytics), so for all I know it's just counting it because one person watched five seconds of a video, heard English audio, and went "fuck, another American".
  • Gratuitous German: I tend to sprinkle German phrases into my sentences (particularly variations on "ja", "nein", or "danke"), ever since playing a ton of Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory with my buddies. Has since been dropping off, save for "danke", because I'm too lazy (and bad at learning new languages) to learn any more German beyond that.
  • Gun Porn: I should probably be scaring myself with how much I know about firearms, particularly pistols, considering I've only had the chance to fire real guns one time and I'm pretty sure I never hit the target once. Not that it really matters much, since, like everything else I show more than a passing interest in, nobody gives a shit.
  • Hitler Ate Sugar: I am the Hitler of opinions. If I like something, you are legally required to make fun of me for it. No, you can keep liking it if you already do, that's perfectly fine and in no way a problem to anyone. But if you haven't heard of it or decided on an opinion about it yet then you're not allowed to ever like it, because then you'll be like me, And That's Terrible for some reason.
  • Horrible Judge of Character: I've had to almost entirely give up on actually adding friends over Steam because the kind of people I like the most end up being the ones that dislike me the most (and that's assuming they're one of the 5% that doesn't just decline the request immediately; even then they'll only read two or three sentences of mine and then start ignoring me for the rest of the day). I similarly gave up on actually welcoming people on the Let's Play Forum pretty early on, because the people that gave me the best first impressions were always either the first to never make a second post (if I was lucky) or to get themselves banned because a single easy-to-follow rule that any other forum worth its salt has was apparently the last damn straw.
  • Hurricane of Puns: Every interaction with T1m results in this, enough that I've got a text file of multiple hilarious things we've said to each other, starting around mid-2007 or 2008.
  • I Have Many Names: WolfZword, Kadorhal, Caleb Wolfwood, Gordon Threemen, plus different ways to shorten "Kadorhal"... At one point it got so ridiculous I managed to confuse myself (and a friend):
    Random TF2 player: your annoying agent
    Me: oh for a second I forgot my name's not Agent G anymore. :V
    Friend: ...I did too, actually.
  • Improbable Aiming Skills: In ARMA 2, I once shot down a Hind with a single bullet to the engine with a Barrett M107. This has been referenced at least once as the single most awesome thing I have ever done.
    • Later there was a shot with an M21 in Call of Duty 4, where I nailed two headshots with a single bullet. Granted, killing two people with one sniper bullet is an actual challenge in that game, so I can't be the only one who got that lucky with it.
    • I was on the receiving end of such a shot a month or so after the above: on the very same map I made my M21 shot in, while trying to crawl across a bridge to avoid snipers, I decided to just get up and dash across at the halfway point, only to immediately stand up right between an enemy sniper and an ally he was aiming for.
    • At one point while using the auto-shotgun in House of the Dead: OVERKILL, I managed to acquire a Goregasm and hold onto it by never missing a shot again for nearly ten minutes. This included throughout the boss fight against something that teleports and is very rarely on-screen.
    • ARMA II again: I once managed to shoot down and destroy a Hip with a single bullet to the rear rotor. Since then, I went into the editor and did some tests to find out how to best take out Russian choppers with small arms.
    • Back to Call of Duty 4, there was one occasion, again on the same map as the above (Overgrown), I managed to get the kills to call in a helicopter, and it proceeded to make nothing but headshots on every enemy it bothered to shoot.
  • Let's Play: I do these now. Games I've done include Blood 2 (unfinished), Postal 2 (finished after two years of hiatus), Call of Duty 4 (took a year to finish), Blood (alongside CoD4, unfinished), Call of Duty 1 and 2 (finished in a timely fashion), Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy (also took a year to finish, though for different reasons), Postal 2: Apocalypse Weekend (finished after ignoring it for two months), SWAT 3 (finished one campaign, waiting to do the original one later), and Postal 2: Paradise Lost (finished with only one accidental delay).
  • Love Will Lead You Back: An old friend of mine was in a situation like this - she had a boyfriend over the Internet who disappeared shortly before I met her, and refused to go out with anyone else in case he returned. Looking back on it, I think she might have only even tolerated me because of how similar I apparently was to her old boyfriend.
    • Little Boy Seeks Big Girl: I was 13 at the time, while she was 17. I think she was the first girl I truly fell in love with; it's also very telling that it ended with her basically disappearing from my life with no warning.
  • Mind Screw: Another thing I apparently really like, considering of all the LP's I made Postal 2 and Jedi Academy are the only ones where it was 100% guaranteed that what the viewer saw and what I reacted to were one and the same. And most of my plans for a possibly-upcoming LP are just ways to screw with my audience.
  • Morton's Fork: I've been having a recurring issue where running just about any program on my computer causes my connection to kill itself. My only choices to deal with are either ignore the issue, thus leaving it to continue, or try to fix it, at which point it will just come back a week later for an entirely different (and possibly contradictory) reason that nevertheless causes the exact same problem.
  • My Friends... and Zoidberg: Always, always the Zoidberg - even the people who actually do like me (as opposed to just trying to be nice to everyone) always forget about me.
  • Ninja Pirate Zombie Robot: My old character WolfZword was a half-human half-wolf with dual Desert Eagles and a five-ton sword, created by science, who somehow became a kitsune, had a kid who became 20 in about three weeks and tried to kill him for being a shitty parent, lost his left arm in a fight and got a magic automail replacement, used a lot of dark magic in a fight against Giygas and gained a Superpowered Evil Side who could appear anywhere he wanted, got hired by the UAC and started killing zombies and demons as a job, learned how to control and then gave up the Force, twice, died in a weird internet accident, came back a week later with his natural left arm back, learned how to control the Force yet again, built a pair of Enforcer pistols with techno-magic ammo replenishers built in, attempted a brief anti-keyblade user campaign, turned into a Zoanthrope with the help of his Mad Scientist friend, built an HEV suit with stealth-oriented modifications, and then fused with his dark half after it basically blew itself up trying to control a magic crystal that had been in the above-mentioned sword, resulting in an automatic ammo-regeneration power, Nigh-Invulnerability, and actual magic at the cost of his Force-sensitivity, again. And now you know why the very name WolfZword is an Old Shame I never use anywhere anymore. I was going to reset the character and try to be a little less ridiculousnote , but I stopped roleplaying entirely before I got around to it.
    • If there's any consolation, said character had a bright, giant blue afro between having a kid and the zoanthrope thing, a period that lasted about two or three years. Also, for some reason now that I typed all that I'm suddenly interested in the character again, if only because he fits perfectly into Saints Row.
    • Unrelated to any of the above is the "Ninjazi", a character I created during my brief Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory obsession: a Nazi soldier trained in the art of stealth and ninjitsu.
  • One of Us: Well, obviously, but making references to this site was literally a necessity at the time I joined the Let's Play Forum, hence all of my LP's make reference to tropes as applicable. Hell, the Cool Guns and Rare Guns pages are even some of my primary information sources for the Databases™ in most of my LPs from Call of Duty onwards.
  • Player Tic: For some reason, I seem to really enjoy firing guns in time to "shave and a haircut, two bits".
  • Power Trio: The superego to friend T1migi (id) and brother Mabley (ego). Named as the "Threemen Brothers" as part of an in-joke in the co-op mod Synergy, wherein the NPCs were being schizophrenic about which of us they thought was Gordon Freeman (presumably picking whoever first loaded into the map). I became Gordon, while T1m and Mabley became, respectively, John and Henry.
  • Pungeon Master: If a pun comes to mind, I will make it, even though absolutely nobody likes my puns.
  • Running Gag: An infrequent one wherein T1m will suddenly stop the conversation and burst out "holy shit your HAIR! It's BLUE!", to which I react with shock as if I wasn't aware. We've also exaggerated just how big the above-mentioned Funny Afro was on multiple occasions.
  • Sad Clown: I believe the period in which I was as funny as I could be was in my mid-teens, shortly after having moved from a school where the majority of the other students made fun of me, the teachers never carednote , and the few friends I did have started abandoning me because people started making fun of them too (can't say I blame them for that one, but it's still a little depressing to know that being friends with me isn't worth even a little name-calling). I attribute it to having briefly gone the funny kind of insane from both having to deal with all that, having no idea why it was happening or how to make it stop, for at least four years, and the sudden realization that it was over. When the people at my new school decided after less than a month that they didn't like me either (they pretended I was gay so they had an excuse to make fun of me when I started going there, and then pretended I had threatened to bomb the school in the last few months - at the very least someone apologized for that one pretty quickly, and on a day that had already been going particularly well for me no less), I pretty much gave up on socializing and, by extent, being funny.
  • Saw "Star Wars" 27 Times: Raiders of the Lost Ark, actually, when I was like 3 years old. I don't remember it now, but I had apparently watched the film so often that I had memorized every line spoken in the film.
  • Schedule Slip: I am incredibly lazy. Notable instances of both on- and off-schedules:
    • There was a period in 2008 where I was making Grand Theft Auto City 17 and I managed to upload one comic every Friday for seven months, before putting it on hiatus after I ended up posting filler that basically consisted of "there's no comic today because I'm out of ideas" four times within six weeks. One notable exception was a period where an update to Garry's Mod made it impossible for me to load HL2 maps through it for a month, forcing a temporary hiatus. Promptly made four comics within a week once this was fixed in the next update, plus the usual Friday update.
    • Joined the Let's Play Forum in early 2009, started Blood 2. Five updates within a 31-day period, before constant bad recordings and issues trying to get the videos up on Viddler stole all my interest in showing off the game and I dropped it.
    • Started Postal 2 shortly afterwards. Four months of bi-weekly updates, with few exceptions, and 10 videos uploaded until computer issues deleted everything and I lost my copy of the game.
    • Started Call of Duty 4 in mid-2010, with a side-order of Blood because one of my buddies was mad that Call of Duty 4 wasn't Postal 2. At best, I was managing one update every month and a half up until the last month or so, even if part of the reason was that I was putting out two videos per game with each update. Recorded all of Blood Episode 3 in a week, then put it on hiatus after dying repeatedly in the first level of Episode 4. Went on to finish Call of Duty 4 with finally timely updates, just over a year after it started.
    • Re-started Postal 2 in early 2012. Seven more updates in just over one month, finally finished it.
    • Started Call of Duty 1 and 2 in early 2012. 53 videos, weekly updates of three videos average, no delays. Finished in exactly four months.
    • Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy. Nine weekly updates to start, before indefinite hiatus due to my decision to get a guest for the Hoth level combined with absolutely every potential guest's microphone or computer short-circuiting at the exact same time. Started Postal 2: Apocalypse Weekend after three weeks of no Hoth, but without intention to frequently update that until after Academy finished. And then my editing programs refusing to work on Windows 7 after upgrading to it, a fire at my house, and shitty replacement Internet at the new one halted all production entirely for six months - eventually, a further month after all issues were fixed yet I was still unable to secure a guest, I just went ahead on my own and finally finished it, once again nearly a full year after I started.
    • Apocalypse Weekend following this. Re-started for a bad games thread on Something Awful, three weekly updates followed by a notice that there might be a slight delay. Two months of ignoring the game entirely followed, though eventually I put the rest of the videos out within a week or so.
    • SWAT 3 followed a year later as my first real LP on SA. Nine near-weekly updates, with delays before a few videos due to sickness and/or my birthday coinciding with Steam Thanksgiving sales. Sudden realization that the campaign I chose to play is literally only seven missions long bringing the first part of the LP to an end; now I'm not working on it simply out of laziness.
    • Postal 2: Paradise Lost followed on another year later. Even before I finished it it was already notable in that I'd been uploading once every four or five days, rather than just once every week - and even then five days was the exception, usually at the start of a new day. When I got to the end it went down to every two or three days.
  • Self-Deprecation: I have an incredibly low opinion of myself, which both was caused by and exacerbates other people's already-low opinions of me.
  • Single-Issue Wonk: It's pretty easy to tell what I've recently got into simply by what I start adding examples about on this wiki.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: Despite (or perhaps because of) hating myself more than anything other than the RPG-7, I have a massive ego and assume everything everyone does has something to do with me. Also, I edit this page way too often even though nobody ever reads it (which is probably for the best though, I've likely admitted more than I really should at this point).
    • There was a too-long period both on Uncyclopedia and even a stint on 4chan where I seemed to believe I could become the Next Big Thing of the internet just by virtue of... shit, I dunno, my personality or something? Anyway, this resulted in shoehorning quotes from myself on Uncyclopedia pages and trying to become an Epic Fail Guy expy on 4chan. It didn't take, obviously. It may be part of what convinced me to stop using the WolfZword name, now that I had associated it with delusional self-aggrandizement on the worst corners of the Internet (assuming anyone even really cared, which thankfully they didn't).
    • It's starting to pop up again. One idea I've come up with for a Let's Play is basically a combination of that and a Freeman's Mind rip-off where I play through Half-Life 2 commentating in-character as Gordon Threemen, the character/name mentioned once or twice further up. How exactly anyone in the world, other than friends who won't watch my LP's, is supposed to know who Gordon Threemen is, why exactly they're supposed to give a shit, and why I refuse to drop this idea and LP something nobody else has played like half my childhood GBC library instead, is a mystery.
  • The End of the World as We Know It: A regular occurrence after I met T1m, thanks to the power of imagination.
    Kadorhal: Man, when DIDN'T we cause the apocalypse?
    T1m: good times
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: All the time. Either I'm completely detached from a group, thus nobody having any reason to care about me, or as soon as someone shows me some kindness I end up becoming overly clingy and annoying the everloving shit out of them, thus giving them more reasons to avoid me entirely.
  • The Unpronounceable: There doesn't seem to be a set way to pronounce "Kadorhal", leading to all sorts of different ways to shorten it into a nickname (Kad, Kado, Kade, Kador, etc.).
    • It seems to be getting into "The Unspellable" territory, too - multiple people seem to insert a second (first?) R after the first A.
  • The Quiet One: I don't talk very much, almost to the point of being The Voiceless, mostly because I'm rarely engaged in vocal conversation with people who care what I have to say.
    • Let's Plays, on the other hand... I've actually been considering an LP of the F.E.A.R. series primarily because subtitles would fit better for most of them, because otherwise I'm never going to bring myself back to doing those except as a Mythology Gag.
  • Trope Maker: I have no actual proof beyond the inability to find anything dated earlier (which says more about my inability to work with Google's shitty, counter-productive search algorithms than anything), but I think I started the "<video game character> plays <unrelated video game>" fad on Youtube.
  • Unknown Rival: As a joke, I see myself as this to Tehzim, the Something Awful goon who completed a Postal 2 LP while mine was on hiatus - to me, he's a rival for the title of "only decent Postal 2 LP on Youtube" (I'm winning, of course), to him and the rest of Something Awful, even after joining the place myself I might as well not exist. DepressingDrawers would probably count from both sides - he'd obviously never heard of me before (or during, or after) doing his own LP of the game, but I'd never heard of him either until I was starting my AW LP and someone offhandedly mentioned him. Whoever else has done or is going to do Paradise Lost would be as well, though considering my LP is the one that's on the Archive I'd like to imagine someone else would be the unknown party for once (a man can dream, right?).
  • Unsound Effect: I am very fond of doing these.
  • Unusual Euphemism: "Poking" used to be one, normally to refer to healing teammates in Killing Floor, which eventually mutated into a sexual thing - mostly of the gay variety in my case, because only one person in the usual group was female and nobody else would heal anyone other than her. At the very least, it helped me level the Medic perk pretty quickly.
  • Textual Tic: "yes" and ":V" are the most common. Animal sounds are pretty common too.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: I used to have the uncanny ability to find people who completely fucking hate each other, and somehow become friends with both of them without either demanding I remove the other or whatnot. It helps that I'm at least smart enough to not bother deliberately bringing them together for things or even talking about them with each other.
  • Walking Techbane: 95% of technology seems intent on doing the exact opposite of what it's supposed to do just to piss me off.
    • Even video editing programs, the one thing I can usually get to work properly, are beginning to do this - convert parts of an .avi file to .gif in VirtualDub, watch as it drops four-fifths of the frames while saving and still results in an overly-bloated file anyway.
  • Weapon of Choice:
    • Battle rifles are my absolute favorite weapon type. If given a choice, I'll usually trend towards the M14 (particularly the EBR variant) for longer-range stuff, while for closer ranges I prefer the FAL (again particularly shortened DSArms variations); the HK417 is a somewhat distant third favorite, for being a battle rifle in the shape of an AR-15. Failing that, anything with a three-round burst mode, typically an M16 (thanks to an Unreal Tournament mod) or anything bullpup I can push into the role (thanks to F.E.A.R.'s ASP rifle, which also gave me an appreciation for the TAR-21). Good luck having a game let me actually use them, though, and even when I can I'm usually terrible with them (fire rate caps are the bane of my existence).
    • Shotguns, particularly double-barreled ones, were this for a long while when I first got into Doom through source ports. Serious Sam and Killing Floor reaffirmed my love for double-barreled varieties not to long after that, the two Left 4 Dead games showed me that semi-auto models, especially the Benelli M4, are pretty sweet too; more recently Black Ops II, PAYDAY 2, and Insurgency have demonstrated the wonders of pump-action ones (the Remington 870, Ithaca 37, and Mossberg 590 specifically from each game).
    • For sidearms, I tend to gravitate towards ones in .45 ACP; the 1911 has more or less forced itself into the role based partly on its ubiquity (not to mention being ridiculously good in games like Metal Gear Solid 3 and Fallout: New Vegas), and I'll usually pick it over something with higher capacity but lower power, but ultimately I'm not in love with it enough to be sad if I have to settle for something else in the same caliber like I will if there's no M14. Failing that, it'll probably be a full-auto machine pistol to make up for the power difference with capacity and fire rate; the B&T MP9 is my all-time favorite for reasons I can't adequately explain, though the Beretta 93R has recently become another favorite for being a burst-fire weapon (and, again, ridiculously good in most games I've tried it in). Once again, I'm rarely any good with them, though this time it's usually not my fault.
    • As far as non-gun destructive implements go, C4 or anything else that is remote-detonated is the best. This one's gotten to the point that when I play co-op games with groups of friends, they usually let me handle blowing things up. MGS-style laser-trip claymores and the like are fun, too, but honestly, if it's not detonated on-command I usually just forget I even have it.
    • Flight sims have more leeway - I'll basically fly anything so long as I can think up or rip off a particularly cool-looking paint scheme for it in HAWX or Vector Thrust. Once upon a time the F-15 was my one true favorite, and I flew it almost exclusively for a long while in Ace Combat Zero, but then I started exploring other options, discovering the Su-27 series (other Ace Combat games) and the F-14 (Vector Thrust) are just as fun.
  • What an Idiot: Despite the name "WolfZword" being an Old Shame, it is still my username pretty much everywhere I go that's not here, the Let's Play Forum, or Something Awful. Even places that I know I signed up for long after T1m suggested the new name.
  • What Do You Mean, It Wasn't Made on Drugs?: It took all of the first chapter of my Blood II Let's Play before I started throwing as much random shit as I could into the videos, the sole explanation for why being that there were poisonous spiders in the second chapter. Granted, I had a reasonable excuse the first time (the biggest bit of drug-trip was a replacement for footage in which I somehow managed to not record any audio, for instance), but after that I've been looking for any excuse I can to show everything except the game I'm trying to play.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: I will give my character in a video game blue hair if I have the option. Even when I think about recreating a character from another medium, I always end up recreating just their costume to keep said blue hair alongside it.
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