These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
YMMV: Counter Monkey
Awesome Ego: Tandem the Spoony, hands down. His exploits include:
On the journey to Wonderland, he rescued his party from a Compelling Voice with some quick thinking and an oft-forgotten bardic skill, won a duel with a twentieth level monknote Which Spoony misidentifies as the Door Mouse, it's actually the March Hare in the published module, and slew a lich at the end of the journey.
Early in his career, he boasted that he was the greatest swordsman in the world. This earned the ire of a master swordsman, who challenged him to a duel and was thoroughly bested! The swordsman would latter parrot this boast around similarly powerful foes, hoping to get Tandem killed, but the bard bested them all through luck and guile, finally shutting him up after slaying a ten-foot, tree-wielding gladiator.
In the Thieves World episode, after Tempus Thales literally skullfucks an innocent woman to death, the PCs decide to make their rebellion against the Prince a bit more brutal. So much so that Spoony himself is wary of his companions' mental stability.
Inverted in Shadowrun: The Code; rather than the players being disgusted with their DM, Spoony was horrified by the players executing helpless security guards and hurling their bodies outside, calling in the Godzilla Threshold immediately thereafter.
After being harshly rail-roaded in a Vampire: The RequiemLARP, Spoony's response was to create and sneak a massive quantity of Semtex into the clan's headquarters and blow the building and all the offending players to Kingdom Come. And he did it all within the rules.
Which gets funnier when you watch his Finaly Fantasy XIII review, in which he compares the game to an endless path you can't move away from. Essentialy making the game a playable representation of the Dungeon he made up years earlier.
The leader of the Shadowrun: The Code group executes two hostages to Prove I Am Not Bluffing, and then executes the rest once he gets the information he wants, purely on grounds to Leave No Witnesses because "They saw our faces." What's worse, this was the plan all along after the burglary went awry.
Most Annoying Sound: During the ConBravo d20 Live session, an audience member makes a forced comparison between the black dragon in the game and Alduin...and then does it again about twenty more times, trying to get a reaction out of the players. Unfortunately, he was sitting right next to the camera, so he's pretty well impossible to ignore.