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His style of commentary is half informative, like a walkthrough, and half self-insert "through the characters eyes" humorous jabs at the game and/or a rather vocal omnipresent entity that questions the character's motives and his world around him. More times that not, he fashions up his own little head-canon about the world and how it works, like turning the chaotic and demonic world of ''Main/DemonsCrest'' into the dog-eat-dog inner workings of a corporation called "Hell, Incorporated", complete with promotions, 401k's and layoffs.

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His style of commentary is half informative, like a walkthrough, and half self-insert "through the characters eyes" humorous jabs at the game and/or a rather vocal omnipresent entity that questions the character's motives and his world around him. More times that not, he fashions up his own little head-canon about the world and how it works, like turning the chaotic and demonic world of ''Main/DemonsCrest'' ''VideoGame/DemonsCrest'' into the dog-eat-dog inner workings of a corporation called "Hell, Incorporated", complete with promotions, 401k's and layoffs.


After intensive and extensive analysis of materials present on the internet, Suspected to be related to DeceasedCrab. Voice spectrum analysis shows similitude in speech patterns and expressions used by the two. Could it be a quirk of evolution, or maybe they were raised by the same person, albeith sharing no ancestors.

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After intensive and extensive analysis of materials present on the internet, Suspected to be related to DeceasedCrab.LetsPlay/DeceasedCrab. Voice spectrum analysis shows similitude in speech patterns and expressions used by the two. Could it be a quirk of evolution, or maybe they were raised by the same person, albeith sharing no ancestors.


At these times he tends to start acting like some sort of omnipresent, omnipotent, and semi-powerful (or completey impotent, in the case of ''[[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/VideoGame/OFF OFF]]'') entity that heckles the character while steering him towards the destiny the game laid out.

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At these times he tends to start acting like some sort of omnipresent, omnipotent, and semi-powerful (or completey completely impotent, in the case of ''[[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/VideoGame/OFF OFF]]'') ''VideoGame/{{OFF}}'') entity that heckles the character while steering him towards the destiny the game laid out.



* CivilizedAnimal - Though being a Chocobo he lives in an apartment, holds a job, and obviously records videogames for the internet. How he does all these things without being in the papers or causing a general ruckus is yet to be explained and is just hand-waved as general human ignorance.
* EldritchAbomination - Any enemy or character with an inconcievable or Lovecraft-like design is labeled this by him. Examples include: All three forms of Secretary in ''[[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/VideoGame/OFF OFF]]'' (the last two being nicknamed "Goo Baby" and "Brain Burrito"), The unnamed floating tentacle balls in ''Videogame/BeyondOasis'', and "Koolaidio", the Kool-Aid Wizard's summoned creature in the same game.
* GodJob - Played straight by him in ''VideoGame/ActRaiser'', where he calls himself "Master Chocobo" and creates people with lightning while shouting "Rise from your graves!" like Zeus did in ''VideoGame/AlteredBeast''. He liked it at first, but then breaks down and starts berating or joking about his Cherub companion for wearing no pants, his worshippers annoying him for very silly and inane reasons, and all the giant monsters bothering them both. It took an island of blasphemers to show him that he needs his people as much as they need him, and then [[spoiler: he's just tossed away by all his worshippers after he defeats the final boss, Tanzra]].
* IntellectualAnimal - He is a Chocobo, and he can talk, play video games, and operate a computer. You can believe that or not. Actually, he probably prefers that you don't, because that's one less human to yell out "Holy cow, it's a giant, talking chicken!" at him. He has also gone to college, can speak phrases in Spanish, French, German, and Swedish, and studies up quite extensively on games he covers before recording.
* MadnessMantra - Sky Whale doesn't exist, there's no such thing as Sky Whale.....
* ThereWasADoor - He ran across a wizard boss in the Forest Shrine of ''Videogame/BeyondOasis'' that sounded like he went "OH YEAH!" when he was casting spells. He went on to suggest that this wizard was named "Kool-Aidio" and preceded the Kool-Aid Man, but instead of just breaking down walls, he then sent his Main/EldritchAbomination after the children, which [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/KillEmAll violently contradicted]] his delivery of refreshment.

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* CivilizedAnimal - CivilizedAnimal: Though being a Chocobo he lives in an apartment, holds a job, and obviously records videogames for the internet. How he does all these things without being in the papers or causing a general ruckus is yet to be explained and is just hand-waved as general human ignorance.
* EldritchAbomination - EldritchAbomination: Any enemy or character with an inconcievable inconceivable or Lovecraft-like design is labeled this by him. Examples include: All three forms of Secretary in ''[[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/VideoGame/OFF OFF]]'' ''VideoGame/{{OFF}}'' (the last two being nicknamed "Goo Baby" and "Brain Burrito"), The the unnamed floating tentacle balls in ''Videogame/BeyondOasis'', and "Koolaidio", the Kool-Aid Wizard's summoned creature in the same game.
* GodJob - GodJob: Played straight by him in ''VideoGame/ActRaiser'', where he calls himself "Master Chocobo" and creates people with lightning while shouting "Rise from your graves!" like Zeus did in ''VideoGame/AlteredBeast''. He liked it at first, but then breaks down and starts berating or joking about his Cherub companion for wearing no pants, his worshippers annoying him for very silly and inane reasons, and all the giant monsters bothering them both. It took an island of blasphemers to show him that he needs his people as much as they need him, and then [[spoiler: he's just tossed away by all his worshippers after he defeats the final boss, Tanzra]].
* IntellectualAnimal - IntellectualAnimal: He is a Chocobo, and he can talk, play video games, and operate a computer. You can believe that or not. Actually, he probably prefers that you don't, because that's one less human to yell out "Holy cow, it's a giant, talking chicken!" at him. He has also gone to college, can speak phrases in Spanish, French, German, and Swedish, and studies up quite extensively on games he covers before recording.
* MadnessMantra - MadnessMantra: Sky Whale doesn't exist, there's no such thing as Sky Whale.....
* ThereWasADoor - ThereWasADoor: He ran across a wizard boss in the Forest Shrine of ''Videogame/BeyondOasis'' that sounded like he went "OH YEAH!" when he was casting spells. He went on to suggest that this wizard was named "Kool-Aidio" and preceded the Kool-Aid Man, but instead of just breaking down walls, he then sent his Main/EldritchAbomination after the children, which [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/KillEmAll [[KillEmAll violently contradicted]] his delivery of refreshment.


* GodJob - Played straight by him in ActRaiser, where he calls himself "Master Chocobo" and creates people with lightning while shouting "Rise from your graves!" like Zeus did in ''VideoGame/AlteredBeast''. He liked it at first, but then breaks down and starts berating or joking about his Cherub companion for wearing no pants, his worshippers annoying him for very silly and inane reasons, and all the giant monsters bothering them both. It took an island of blasphemers to show him that he needs his people as much as they need him, and then [[spoiler: he's just tossed away by all his worshippers after he defeats the final boss, Tanzra]].

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* GodJob - Played straight by him in ActRaiser, ''VideoGame/ActRaiser'', where he calls himself "Master Chocobo" and creates people with lightning while shouting "Rise from your graves!" like Zeus did in ''VideoGame/AlteredBeast''. He liked it at first, but then breaks down and starts berating or joking about his Cherub companion for wearing no pants, his worshippers annoying him for very silly and inane reasons, and all the giant monsters bothering them both. It took an island of blasphemers to show him that he needs his people as much as they need him, and then [[spoiler: he's just tossed away by all his worshippers after he defeats the final boss, Tanzra]].



After intensive and extensive analysis of materials present on the internet, Suspected to be related to DeceasedCrab. Voice spectrum analysis shows similitude in speech patterns and expressions used by the two. Could it be a quirk of evolution, or maybe they were raised by the same person, albeith sharing no ancestors.



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After intensive and extensive analysis of materials present on the internet, Suspected to be related to DeceasedCrab. Voice spectrum analysis shows similitude in speech patterns and expressions used by the two. Could it be a quirk of evolution, or maybe they were raised by the same person, albeith sharing no ancestors.


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* GodJob - Played straight by him in ActRaiser, where he calls himself "Master Chocobo" and creates people with lightning while shouting "Rise from your graves!" like Zeus did in ''Main/AlteredBeast''. He liked it at first, but then breaks down and starts berating or joking about his Cherub companion for wearing no pants, his worshippers annoying him for very silly and inane reasons, and all the giant monsters bothering them both. It took an island of blasphemers to show him that he needs his people as much as they need him, and then [[spoiler: he's just tossed away by all his worshippers after he defeats the final boss, Tanzra]].

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* GodJob - Played straight by him in ActRaiser, where he calls himself "Master Chocobo" and creates people with lightning while shouting "Rise from your graves!" like Zeus did in ''Main/AlteredBeast''.''VideoGame/AlteredBeast''. He liked it at first, but then breaks down and starts berating or joking about his Cherub companion for wearing no pants, his worshippers annoying him for very silly and inane reasons, and all the giant monsters bothering them both. It took an island of blasphemers to show him that he needs his people as much as they need him, and then [[spoiler: he's just tossed away by all his worshippers after he defeats the final boss, Tanzra]].


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* QuirkOfEvolution - After intensive and extensive analysis of materials present on the internet, Suspected to be related to DeceasedCrab. Voice spectrum analysis shows similitude in speech patterns and expressions used by the two. Could it be a quirk of evolution, or maybe they were raised by the same person, albeith sharing no ancestors.



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!!Suspicions
* QuirkOfEvolution -
!!Suspicion
After intensive and extensive analysis of materials present on the internet, Suspected to be related to DeceasedCrab. Voice spectrum analysis shows similitude in speech patterns and expressions used by the two. Could it be a quirk of evolution, or maybe they were raised by the same person, albeith sharing no ancestors.








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\n\n\n!!Suspicions
*QuirkOfEvolution - After intensive and extensive analysis of materials present on the internet, Suspected to be related to DeceasedCrab. Voice spectrum analysis shows similitude in speech patterns and expressions used by the two. Could it be a quirk of evolution, or maybe they were raised by the same person, albeith sharing no ancestors.




His style of commentary is half informative, like a walkthrough, and half self-insert "through the characters eyes" humorous jabs at the game and/or a rather vocal omnipresent entity that questions the character's motives and his world around him. More times that not, he fashions up his own little head-canon about the world and how it works, like turning the chaotic and demonic world of ''Main/DemonsCrest'' into the dog-eat-dog inner workings of a corporation called "Hell, Incorporated", complete with pension packages, 401k's and layoffs.

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His style of commentary is half informative, like a walkthrough, and half self-insert "through the characters eyes" humorous jabs at the game and/or a rather vocal omnipresent entity that questions the character's motives and his world around him. More times that not, he fashions up his own little head-canon about the world and how it works, like turning the chaotic and demonic world of ''Main/DemonsCrest'' into the dog-eat-dog inner workings of a corporation called "Hell, Incorporated", complete with pension packages, promotions, 401k's and layoffs.



* ThereWasADoor - He ran across a wizard boss in the Forest Shrine of ''Videogame/BeyondOasis'' that sounded like he went "OH YEAH!" when he was casting spells. He went on to suggest that this wizard was named "Kool-Aidio" and preceded the Kool-Aid Man, but instead of just breaking down walls, he then sent his Main/EldritchAbomination after the children, which [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/RocksFallEveryoneDies violently] [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/KillEmAll contradicted] his delivery of refreshment.

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* ThereWasADoor - He ran across a wizard boss in the Forest Shrine of ''Videogame/BeyondOasis'' that sounded like he went "OH YEAH!" when he was casting spells. He went on to suggest that this wizard was named "Kool-Aidio" and preceded the Kool-Aid Man, but instead of just breaking down walls, he then sent his Main/EldritchAbomination after the children, which [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/RocksFallEveryoneDies violently] [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/KillEmAll contradicted] violently contradicted]] his delivery of refreshment.


* ThereWasADoor - He ran across a wizard boss in the Forest Shrine of ''Videogame/BeyondOasis'' that sounded like he went "OH YEAH!" when he was casting spells. He went on to suggest that this wizard was named "Kool-Aidio" and preceded the Kool-Aid Man, but instead of just breaking down walls, he then sent his Main/EldritchAbomination after the children, which violently contradicted his delivery of refreshment.

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* ThereWasADoor - He ran across a wizard boss in the Forest Shrine of ''Videogame/BeyondOasis'' that sounded like he went "OH YEAH!" when he was casting spells. He went on to suggest that this wizard was named "Kool-Aidio" and preceded the Kool-Aid Man, but instead of just breaking down walls, he then sent his Main/EldritchAbomination after the children, which violently contradicted [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/RocksFallEveryoneDies violently] [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/KillEmAll contradicted] his delivery of refreshment.


At these times he tends to start acting like some sort of omnipresent, omnipotent, and semi-powerful (or completey impotent, in the case of ''[[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/VideoGame/OFF OFF]]'', where the Batter expresses his opinion about events at the end of the game) entity that heckles the character while steering him towards the destiny the game laid out.

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At these times he tends to start acting like some sort of omnipresent, omnipotent, and semi-powerful (or completey impotent, in the case of ''[[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/VideoGame/OFF OFF]]'', where the Batter expresses his opinion about events at the end of the game) OFF]]'') entity that heckles the character while steering him towards the destiny the game laid out.

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* MadnessMantra - Sky Whale doesn't exist, there's no such thing as Sky Whale.....


* EldritchAbomination - Any enemy or character with an inconcievable or Lovecraft-like design is labeled this by him. Examples include: Giygas and the Evil Elemental of ''Videogame/EarthBound'', all three forms of Secretary in ''[[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/VideoGame/OFF OFF]]'' (the last two being nicknamed "Goo Baby" and "Brain Burrito"), The unnamed floating tentacle balls in ''Videogame/BeyondOasis'', and "Koolaidio", the Kool-Aid Wizard's summoned creature in the same game.

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* EldritchAbomination - Any enemy or character with an inconcievable or Lovecraft-like design is labeled this by him. Examples include: Giygas and the Evil Elemental of ''Videogame/EarthBound'', all All three forms of Secretary in ''[[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/VideoGame/OFF OFF]]'' (the last two being nicknamed "Goo Baby" and "Brain Burrito"), The unnamed floating tentacle balls in ''Videogame/BeyondOasis'', and "Koolaidio", the Kool-Aid Wizard's summoned creature in the same game.


* ThereWasADoor - He ran across a wizard-boss in ''Videogame/BeyondOasis'' that sounded like he went "OH YEAH!" when he was casting spells. He went on to suggest that this wizard was named "Kool-Aidio" and preceded the Kool-Aid Man, but instead of just breaking down walls, he then sent his Main/EldritchAbomination after the children, which violently contradicted his delivery of refreshment.

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* ThereWasADoor - He ran across a wizard-boss wizard boss in the Forest Shrine of ''Videogame/BeyondOasis'' that sounded like he went "OH YEAH!" when he was casting spells. He went on to suggest that this wizard was named "Kool-Aidio" and preceded the Kool-Aid Man, but instead of just breaking down walls, he then sent his Main/EldritchAbomination after the children, which violently contradicted his delivery of refreshment.

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