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** Several of his ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' challenge runs qualify. Perhaps the clearest example occurs during his Wobbuffet-only run in ''[[VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire Pokémon Emerald]]''. He has to acquire a Leftovers, but the only way to get one is with a level 81 Zizagoon's Pick-Up Ability. This requires training the Zizagoon through an Experience Share, which is a slow grind in of itself, and then fight wild Pokémon until the ability activates; something that has only a 1/1000 chance of occurring.
where there is a 1% chance of getting one when the ability activates. He

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** Several of his ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' challenge runs qualify. Perhaps the clearest example occurs during his Wobbuffet-only run in ''[[VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire Pokémon Emerald]]''. He has to acquire a Leftovers, but the only way to get one is with a level 81 Zizagoon's Pick-Up Ability. This requires training the Zizagoon through an Experience Share, which is a slow grind in of itself, and then fight wild Pokémon until the ability activates; something that has only a 1/1000 chance of occurring. \nwhere And then there is a 1% chance of getting one when the ability activates. He does the entire grind, getting his item.

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He also has a weekly Franchise/{{Pokemon}} Challenge video in which he sees if he can beat a Pokemon game with limits on Pokemon (such as only one member of a Pokemon species, Pokemon gotten through trade, or Honey tree Pokemon), a certain move handicap (no new moves after its caught, only Metronome), or no free healing (such as at a Pokemon Center or places that work similar to Pokemon centers such as your bedroom).

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** In his Pokemon challenge runs, he calls [[SeaSerpents Gyarados]] "Water Onix".


** "While I'm in Mt. Moon, I pick the Helix Fossil. I know that if I didn't say, you'd all be asking in the comments ... actually, do comment anyway; comments are good for the Youtube algorithm." Said almost verbatim in every Pokemon challenge run in the Kanto games, with minor variations for other regions. Becomes especially ironic during his 'Kabuto-only' run.

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** "While I'm in Mt. Moon, I pick the Helix Fossil. I know that if I didn't say, you'd all be asking in the comments ... actually, do comment anyway; comments are good for the Youtube algorithm." Said [[labelnote:Explanation]]Said almost verbatim in every Pokemon challenge run in the Kanto games, with minor variations for other regions. Becomes especially ironic during his 'Kabuto-only' run.[[/labelnote]]

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** [[AvertedTrope This is no longer the case]] as of the late 2010s/early 2020s, as his ''Franchise/Pokemon'' challenges made him absolutely '''skyrocket''' in popularity and defined his content going forward (dwarfing the popularity of ''anything'' he had ever done previously) and he has made it absolutely clear that he [[AwesomeDearBoy loves doing them.]]


Often collaborating with other [=YouTubers=], Mah-Dry-Bread is perhaps best known for his "Flash Trash" series, in which he and [=GodfreyGames=] play bad Flash horror games, "Payday 101," in which he analyses various weapons and skill builds in ''VideoGame/Payday2'', and his {{Creepypasta}} Readings, usually written and submitted by members of his forum.

He is also one of the founding members of the weekly charity livestream "Pass the Controller Please," and appears on HeroTheyCallMe's wrestling podcast, "Hero is Wrestling."

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Often collaborating with other [=YouTubers=], Mah-Dry-Bread is perhaps best known for his "Flash Trash" series, in which he and [=GodfreyGames=] play bad Flash UsefulNotes/AdobeFlash horror games, "Payday 101," in which he analyses various weapons and skill builds in ''VideoGame/Payday2'', and his {{Creepypasta}} Readings, usually written and submitted by members of his forum.

He is also one of the founding members of the weekly charity livestream "Pass the Controller Please," and appears on HeroTheyCallMe's [=HeroTheyCallMe's=] wrestling podcast, "Hero is Wrestling."


A video game-based Youtuber who's been making videos for over five years, Medraut Stowe is a Canadian [[https://www.youtube.com/user/medraut567 Youtube]] and [[http://www.hitbox.tv/mah-dry-bread Hitbox]] commentator, usually uploading playthroughs or "how to" videos, blending in-depth analysis with dry wit.

Often collaborating with other Youtubers, Mah-Dry-Bread is perhaps best known for his "Flash Trash" series, in which he and GodfreyGames play bad Flash horror games, "Payday 101," in which he analyses various weapons and skill builds in Payday 2, and his Creepypasta readings, usually written and submitted by members of his forum.

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A video game-based Youtuber Website/{{YouTube}}r who's been making videos for over five years, Medraut Stowe is a Canadian [[https://www.youtube.com/user/medraut567 Youtube]] YouTube]] and [[http://www.hitbox.tv/mah-dry-bread Hitbox]] commentator, usually uploading playthroughs or "how to" videos, blending in-depth analysis with dry wit.

Often collaborating with other Youtubers, [=YouTubers=], Mah-Dry-Bread is perhaps best known for his "Flash Trash" series, in which he and GodfreyGames [=GodfreyGames=] play bad Flash horror games, "Payday 101," in which he analyses various weapons and skill builds in Payday 2, ''VideoGame/Payday2'', and his Creepypasta readings, {{Creepypasta}} Readings, usually written and submitted by members of his forum.



Mah-Dry-Bread's website is [[https://mahdrybread.com/ here]] with his forum [[http://mahdrybread.freeforums.org/ here]] and twitter [[https://twitter.com/mahdrybread?lang=en-gb here]].

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Mah-Dry-Bread's website is [[https://mahdrybread.com/ here]] with his forum [[http://mahdrybread.freeforums.org/ here]] and twitter Twitter [[https://twitter.com/mahdrybread?lang=en-gb com/mahdrybread here]].



** !ye! [[labelnote:Explanation]]A reference to another fan translation of ''Super Sayia Densetsu''. [[https://youtu.be/AYLQRUUt8vA This video]] more or less sums it up.[[/labelnote]]

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** !ye! [[labelnote:Explanation]]A reference to another fan translation of ''Super Sayia Saiya Densetsu''. [[https://youtu.be/AYLQRUUt8vA This video]] more or less sums it up.[[/labelnote]]


* Determinator: When it comes to editing or getting a game to run? He'll do anything you can possibly imagine and then a few more ideas just to provide content to his viewers
** He has played an incredibly old game called Konung: Legend of the North. An old Russian game made in 1999. The description of what he had to do to get the game recording has to be heard to be done justice. The story takes 10 minutes to tell.
** Several of his Pokemon challenge runs qualify. Perhaps the clearest example occurs during his Wobbuffet-only run in Pokemon Emerald. He has to acquire a Leftovers, but the only way to get one is with a level 81 Zizagoon's Pick-Up Ability. This requires training the Zizagoon through an Experience Share, which is a slow grind in of itself, and then fight wild Pokemon until the ability activates; something that has only a 1/1000 chance of occurring.

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* Determinator: {{Determinator}}: When it comes to editing or getting a game to run? He'll do anything you can possibly imagine and then a few more ideas just to provide content to his viewers
** He has played an incredibly old game called Konung: ''Konung: Legend of the North.North''. An old Russian game made in 1999. The description of what he had to do to get the game recording has to be heard to be done justice. The story takes 10 minutes to tell.
** Several of his Pokemon ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' challenge runs qualify. Perhaps the clearest example occurs during his Wobbuffet-only run in Pokemon Emerald.''[[VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire Pokémon Emerald]]''. He has to acquire a Leftovers, but the only way to get one is with a level 81 Zizagoon's Pick-Up Ability. This requires training the Zizagoon through an Experience Share, which is a slow grind in of itself, and then fight wild Pokemon Pokémon until the ability activates; something that has only a 1/1000 chance of occurring.



* FanNickname: In his [[VideoGame/FridayThe13thTheGame Friday the 13th]] streams, Part 7 Jason is regularly referred to as "[[VideoGame/SuperMarioBros3 Frog Suit]] Jason" due to that version of Jason having pretty bad stats, with his biggest strength being his water speed (a rather useless ability, compared to his weaknesses)

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* FanNickname: In his [[VideoGame/FridayThe13thTheGame Friday ''VideoGame/{{Friday the 13th]] 13th|TheGame}}'' streams, Part 7 Jason is regularly referred to as "[[VideoGame/SuperMarioBros3 Frog Suit]] Jason" due to that version of Jason having pretty bad stats, with his biggest strength being his water speed (a rather useless ability, compared to his weaknesses)weaknesses). [[invoked]]



* MagnumOpusDissonance: He's mostly known for his Creepypasta Readings. Despite them being a very small part of his channel and him thinking of them as his least good videos [[OldShame (Excluding his early videos)]].

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* MagnumOpusDissonance: He's mostly known for his Creepypasta {{Creepypasta}} Readings. Despite them being a very small part of his channel and him thinking of them as his least good videos [[OldShame (Excluding his early videos)]].



** "You can do it Goku!" [[labelnote:Explanation]]A reference to a really bad FanTranslation of ''Manga/DragonBallZ'' Super Saiya Densetsu where Piccolo is referred to as Goku at one point.[[/labelnote]]

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** "You can do it Goku!" [[labelnote:Explanation]]A reference to a really bad FanTranslation of ''Manga/DragonBallZ'' ''Anime/DragonBallZ: Super Saiya Densetsu Densetsu'' where Piccolo is referred to as Goku at one point.[[/labelnote]]



** !ye! [[labelnote:Explanation]]A reference to another fan translation of Super Sayia Densetsu. [[https://youtu.be/AYLQRUUt8vA This video]] more or less sums it up.[[/labelnote]]

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** !ye! [[labelnote:Explanation]]A reference to another fan translation of Super ''Super Sayia Densetsu.Densetsu''. [[https://youtu.be/AYLQRUUt8vA This video]] more or less sums it up.[[/labelnote]]



* SelfImposedChallenge: Does a lot of these in his Pokemon videos.

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* SelfImposedChallenge: Does a lot of these in his Pokemon ''Pokémon'' videos.

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**Several of his Pokemon challenge runs qualify. Perhaps the clearest example occurs during his Wobbuffet-only run in Pokemon Emerald. He has to acquire a Leftovers, but the only way to get one is with a level 81 Zizagoon's Pick-Up Ability. This requires training the Zizagoon through an Experience Share, which is a slow grind in of itself, and then fight wild Pokemon until the ability activates; something that has only a 1/1000 chance of occurring.
where there is a 1% chance of getting one when the ability activates. He

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* SelfImposedChallenge: Does a lot of these in his Pokemon videos.


** He's played an incredibly old game called Konung: Legend of the North. An old Russian game made in 1999. The description of what he had to do to get the game recording has to be heard to be done justice.

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** He's He has played an incredibly old game called Konung: Legend of the North. An old Russian game made in 1999. The description of what he had to do to get the game recording has to be heard to be done justice. The story takes 10 minutes to tell.


* Determinator : When it comes to editing or getting a game to run? He'll do anything you can possibly imagine and then a few more ideas just to provide content to his viewers

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* Determinator : *Determinator: When it comes to editing or getting a game to run? He'll do anything you can possibly imagine and then a few more ideas just to provide content to his viewers


* Determinator: When it comes to editing or getting a game to run? He'll do anything you can possibly imagine and then a few more ideas just to provide content to his viewers

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* Determinator: Determinator : When it comes to editing or getting a game to run? He'll do anything you can possibly imagine and then a few more ideas just to provide content to his viewers

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* Determinator: When it comes to editing or getting a game to run? He'll do anything you can possibly imagine and then a few more ideas just to provide content to his viewers
** He's played an incredibly old game called Konung: Legend of the North. An old Russian game made in 1999. The description of what he had to do to get the game recording has to be heard to be done justice.


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* InsistentTerminology: Canadian Bacon is not Ham. You're thinking of Peameal Bacon. Ham is Ham.


* AccidentalPun
** Happens frequently. Mostly pointed out by his Co-Hosts.
* ActuallyPrettyFunny
** Mah-Dry-Bread says something to this degree whenever a Co-Host tells a bad joke that he enjoys.

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* AccidentalPun
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AccidentalPun: Happens frequently. Mostly pointed out by his Co-Hosts.
* ActuallyPrettyFunny
** Mah-Dry-Bread says
ActuallyPrettyFunny: Says something to this degree whenever a Co-Host tells a bad joke that he enjoys.



* BeenThereShapedHistory
** Has several play-throughs of games such as [[VideoGame/CrusaderKings Crusader Kings 2]] and [[VideoGame/HeartsOfIron Hearts of Iron 4]] where he defies history by changing the outcome of a war or changing the political system of a country.

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* BeenThereShapedHistory
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BeenThereShapedHistory: Has several play-throughs of games such as [[VideoGame/CrusaderKings Crusader Kings 2]] and [[VideoGame/HeartsOfIron Hearts of Iron 4]] where he defies history by changing the outcome of a war or changing the political system of a country.



* FanCommunityNickname
** Frequently called Mo as a shortening of Mah-Dry-Bread or MDB.

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FanCommunityNickname: Frequently called Mo as a shortening of Mah-Dry-Bread or MDB.

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