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** Antistasi 3/5 reveals that Womble is also not a fan of Britain's worst-regarded newspaper.
--->'''Womble:''' (looking at an in-game war correspondent) Hang on, he's from the ''Daily Mail!'' [opens fire]


* AcceptableTargets: In "Random Arma 3 Antistasi Bullshittery - part 1/5", Womble and the rest of the clan have a laugh at the in-game propaganda pamphlets, whose mini-text [[TakeThat jabs at]] UsefulNotes/DavidCameron [[TakeThat and the UK Conservative Party]].
-->'''Womble''': We're undermining the Conservative Party?\\
'''Digby''': We are, apparently!\\
'''Chinny''': I'm up for this, I'm down!\\
'''Womble''': I'm totally down for this, this is great! [...] I'm just glad it's not about Brexit, otherwise the box would be on fire.



** The Dancing Lich, while [[BlackComedy hilarious]], is fucking terrifying once you stop to think about it. In-character, the lich is forcing women to dance with him and they're all screaming their heads off. It's like watching ComicBook/TheJoker in action once again, only this time he's a total creep. One woman manages to run away and try to hide and Womble simply teleports twice to get in her way, only for her to run away. We then get to see a pile of severed heads Womble has collected from his previous dance partners. "Oh well, one born every minute." [[JumpScare Then he roars]], catches up with the last on, slams her head into a door three times before slicing her head off with one stroke. Yikes.

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** The Dancing Lich, while [[BlackComedy hilarious]], is fucking terrifying once you stop to think about it. In-character, the lich is forcing women to dance with him and they're all screaming their heads off. It's like watching ComicBook/TheJoker in action once again, only this time he's a total creep. One woman manages to run away and try to hide and Womble simply teleports twice to get in her way, only for her to run away. We then get to see a pile of severed heads Womble has collected from his previous dance partners. "Oh well, one born every minute." [[JumpScare Then he roars]], catches up with the last on, slams her head into a door three times before slicing her head off with one stroke. Yikes.


* NightmareFuel: "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZIDakt6_fI The Fairfax Residence]]", a video of Womble and Cyanide in a ''VideoGame/SWAT4'' mission not included in a proper Bullshittery, and for good reason. While there is occasional levity, the two approach the mission (breaking into the house of a kidnapping SerialKiller and rescuing his captive) [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness with utmost seriousness]], playing the scenario completely straight, making it as chilling and tense as that implies.
** The Dancing Lich, while [[BlackComedy hilarious]], is fucking terrifying once you stop to think about it. In-character, the lich is forcing women to dance with him and they're all screaming their heads off while dancing. It's like watching the Joker in action once again, only this time he's a total creep. One woman manages to run away and try to hide and Womble simply teleports twice to get in her way, only for her to run away. We then get to see a pile of severed heads Womble has collected from his previous dance partners. "Oh well, one born every minute." Then he roars, catches up with the last one, slams her head into a door three times before slicing her head off with one stroke. Yikes.
* TearJerker: While it is primarily PlayedForLaughs, it is rather heartbreaking to watch Womble being the idealistic TokenGoodTeammate of the Resistance in Random Arma Bullshittery Part 9, being horrified by his comrades various crimes and slowly becoming more and more disillusioned, with the once triumphant theme song for the Badgers, which started out declaring that they fight for freedom and democracy, becoming darker each time it plays, [[spoiler: ending with it calling them terrorists (which Soviet agrees is true) and announcing that they've made an agreement to become part of ''ISIS'', followed by Soviet joining in on using civilians as human shields]]. Even more so, his enthusiasm for being part of the Resistance becomes tragic when [[spoiler: he ends up accidentally causing the its destruction, because no one bothered to tell him that the Russians could zero in on the sound of a mortar firing, despite at least one of them knowing about this and all of them knowing that he was fooling around with the AI mortar team just outside of the Resistance HQ]].

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"[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZIDakt6_fI The Fairfax Residence]]", a video of Womble and Cyanide in a ''VideoGame/SWAT4'' mission not included in a proper Bullshittery, and for good reason. While there is occasional levity, the two approach the mission (breaking into the house of a kidnapping MadArtist SerialKiller and rescuing his captive) [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness with utmost seriousness]], playing the scenario completely straight, making it as chilling and tense as that implies.
** The Dancing Lich, while [[BlackComedy hilarious]], is fucking terrifying once you stop to think about it. In-character, the lich is forcing women to dance with him and they're all screaming their heads off while dancing. off. It's like watching the Joker ComicBook/TheJoker in action once again, only this time he's a total creep. One woman manages to run away and try to hide and Womble simply teleports twice to get in her way, only for her to run away. We then get to see a pile of severed heads Womble has collected from his previous dance partners. "Oh well, one born every minute." [[JumpScare Then he roars, roars]], catches up with the last one, on, slams her head into a door three times before slicing her head off with one stroke. Yikes.
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While it is primarily PlayedForLaughs, it is rather heartbreaking to watch Womble being the idealistic TokenGoodTeammate of the Resistance in Random Arma Bullshittery Part 9, being horrified by his comrades various crimes and slowly becoming more and more disillusioned, with the once triumphant theme song for the Badgers, which started out declaring that they fight for freedom and democracy, becoming darker each time it plays, [[spoiler: ending with it calling them terrorists (which Soviet agrees is true) and announcing that they've made an agreement to become part of ''ISIS'', followed by Soviet joining in on using civilians as human shields]]. Even more so, his enthusiasm for being part of the Resistance becomes tragic when [[spoiler: he ends up accidentally causing the its destruction, because no one bothered to tell him that the Russians could zero in on the sound of a mortar firing, despite at least one of them knowing about this and all of them knowing that he was fooling around with the AI mortar team just outside of the Resistance HQ]].


** "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9EIeZBSINvY The Dancing Lich]]" features Soviet managing to pull this trope off in a different way, playing an uncomfortably polite and [[CreepyHighPitchedVoice creepily]]-[[SoftspokenSadist voiced]] lich forcibly dancing with visibly and audibly terrified women in ''Blade and Sorcery'' [[SoundtrackDissonance to pleasant classical music]]. [[BlackComedy It's as borderline disturbing and hilarious as it sounds]].

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** "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9EIeZBSINvY The Dancing Lich]]" features Soviet managing to pull this trope off in a different way, playing an uncomfortably polite and [[CreepyHighPitchedVoice creepily]]-[[SoftspokenSadist voiced]] lich in ''Blade and Sorcery'', forcibly dancing with visibly and audibly terrified women in ''Blade and Sorcery'' [[SoundtrackDissonance to pleasant classical music]].music]], along with [[BlackComedyBurst the occasional]] [[AnArmAndALeg casual]] [[OffWithHisHead dismemberment]]. [[BlackComedy It's as borderline disturbing and hilarious as it sounds]].

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** The Dancing Lich, while [[BlackComedy hilarious]], is fucking terrifying once you stop to think about it. In-character, the lich is forcing women to dance with him and they're all screaming their heads off while dancing. It's like watching the Joker in action once again, only this time he's a total creep. One woman manages to run away and try to hide and Womble simply teleports twice to get in her way, only for her to run away. We then get to see a pile of severed heads Womble has collected from his previous dance partners. "Oh well, one born every minute." Then he roars, catches up with the last one, slams her head into a door three times before slicing her head off with one stroke. Yikes.


* SugarWiki/HeReallyCanAct: Many commentators were surprised to learn that the titular character of "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9EIeZBSINvY The Dancing Lich]]" wasn't a voiceover from something else for a gag, but was in fact Womble himself pulling off his best British [[ComicBook/TheJoker Joker]] voice. He even did the [[HellIsThatNoise horrifying scream]] at the ending!

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* SugarWiki/HeReallyCanAct: Many commentators were surprised to learn that the titular character of "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9EIeZBSINvY The Dancing Lich]]" wasn't a voiceover from something else for a gag, but was in fact Womble himself pulling off his best British [[ComicBook/TheJoker Joker]] voice. He even did Even the [[HellIsThatNoise horrifying scream]] [[LastNoteNightmare at the ending!ending]] was all him!

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* SugarWiki/HeReallyCanAct: Many commentators were surprised to learn that the titular character of "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9EIeZBSINvY The Dancing Lich]]" wasn't a voiceover from something else for a gag, but was in fact Womble himself pulling off his best British [[ComicBook/TheJoker Joker]] voice. He even did the [[HellIsThatNoise horrifying scream]] at the ending!


** "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9EIeZBSINvY The Dancing Lich]]" features Soviet managing to pull this trope off in a different way, playing an uncomfortably polite and [[CreepyHighPitchedVoice creepily]]-[[SoftspokenSadist voiced]] lich forcibly dancing with visibly and audibly terrified women in ''Blade and Sorcery''. [[BlackComedy It's as borderline disturbing and hilarious as it sounds]].

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** "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9EIeZBSINvY The Dancing Lich]]" features Soviet managing to pull this trope off in a different way, playing an uncomfortably polite and [[CreepyHighPitchedVoice creepily]]-[[SoftspokenSadist voiced]] lich forcibly dancing with visibly and audibly terrified women in ''Blade and Sorcery''.Sorcery'' [[SoundtrackDissonance to pleasant classical music]]. [[BlackComedy It's as borderline disturbing and hilarious as it sounds]].


* AccidentalInnuendo: In "Random Space Engineers Bullshittery (Part 2)", Cyanide asks if he can have more gruel. Womble instead subtitles this as "grool", which is a term used for female lubrication. Given Womble and Cyanide's relationship, this may have been intentional.
* BrokenBase: Some viewers are uncomfortable with amount of sex and {{Fanservice}}-related jokes towards [[TheSmurfettePrinciple Nep]] whenever she's around, and since there's a bit of uncertainty as to how comfortable she is with them, whether or not it's okay is a bit of a touchy subject. For what it's worth, [[https://www.reddit.com/r/GlobalOffensive/comments/498nd9/random_csgo_bullshittery_part_5/d0q6bqu/ Soviet acknowledged and apologized for any potential misbehavior, acknowledging that Nep is good friends with the clan and it's all in good fun, but also agreeing to tone it down.]]

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* AccidentalInnuendo: In "Random Space Engineers Bullshittery (Part 2)", Cyanide asks if he can have more gruel. Womble instead subtitles this as "grool", which is a term used for female lubrication. Given Womble and Cyanide's relationship, this may have been intentional.
* BrokenBase: Some viewers are uncomfortable with amount of sex and {{Fanservice}}-related jokes towards [[TheSmurfettePrinciple Nep]] whenever she's around, and since there's a bit of uncertainty as to how comfortable she is with them, whether or not it's okay is a bit of a touchy subject. For what it's worth, [[https://www.reddit.com/r/GlobalOffensive/comments/498nd9/random_csgo_bullshittery_part_5/d0q6bqu/ Soviet acknowledged and apologized for any potential misbehavior, acknowledging stating that Nep is good friends with the clan and it's all in good fun, but also agreeing to tone it down.]]


** "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9EIeZBSINvY The Dancing Lich]]" features Soviet managing to pull this trope off in a different way, playing an uncomfortably polite and [[CreepyHighPitchedVoice creepily-voiced]] lich forcibly dancing with visibly and audibly terrified women in ''Blade and Sorcery''. [[BlackComedy It's as borderline disturbing and hilarious as it sounds]].

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** "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9EIeZBSINvY The Dancing Lich]]" features Soviet managing to pull this trope off in a different way, playing an uncomfortably polite and [[CreepyHighPitchedVoice creepily-voiced]] creepily]]-[[SoftspokenSadist voiced]] lich forcibly dancing with visibly and audibly terrified women in ''Blade and Sorcery''. [[BlackComedy It's as borderline disturbing and hilarious as it sounds]].


* BrokenBase: Some viewers are uncomfortable with amount of sex and {{Fanservice}}-related jokes towards [[TheSmurfettePrinciple Nep]] whenever she's around, and since there's a bit of uncertainty as to how comfortable she is with them, whether or not it's okay is a bit of a touchy subject. For what it's worth, [[https://www.reddit.com/r/GlobalOffensive/comments/498nd9/random_csgo_bullshittery_part_5/d0q6bqu/ Soviet's aware of this criticism, and while he defended himself by saying Nep is good friends with the clan and know it's good-natured, he still apologizes and promised to tone it down.]]

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* BrokenBase: Some viewers are uncomfortable with amount of sex and {{Fanservice}}-related jokes towards [[TheSmurfettePrinciple Nep]] whenever she's around, and since there's a bit of uncertainty as to how comfortable she is with them, whether or not it's okay is a bit of a touchy subject. For what it's worth, [[https://www.reddit.com/r/GlobalOffensive/comments/498nd9/random_csgo_bullshittery_part_5/d0q6bqu/ Soviet's aware of this criticism, Soviet acknowledged and while he defended himself by saying apologized for any potential misbehavior, acknowledging that Nep is good friends with the clan and know and it's good-natured, he still apologizes and promised all in good fun, but also agreeing to tone it down.]]


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** "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9EIeZBSINvY The Dancing Lich]]" features Soviet managing to pull this trope off in a different way, playing an uncomfortably polite and [[CreepyHighPitchedVoice creepily-voiced]] lich forcibly dancing with visibly and audibly terrified women in ''Blade and Sorcery''. [[BlackComedy It's as borderline disturbing and hilarious as it sounds]].


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* CrossesTheLineTwice: For ZF, ''there is no line.''


** After the CurbStompBattle and Cyanide revealing he had gotten [[UsefulNotes/ProfessionalGaming Team EnVyUs NBK and Enkay as ringers]], they stayed around to play some additional games before Cyanide lets out a scream of amazement - ''[[CherryTapping he had knifed NBK]]''. Soviet laments the fact that he's never going to let that go and is going to end most ''VideoGame/CounterStrike: Global Offensive'' conversations with "Well, I knifed NBK!".

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** After [[InvokedTrope Invoked]] after the CurbStompBattle and Cyanide revealing he had gotten [[UsefulNotes/ProfessionalGaming Team EnVyUs NBK and Enkay as ringers]], they stayed around to play some additional games before Cyanide lets out a scream of amazement - ''[[CherryTapping he had knifed NBK]]''. Soviet laments the fact that he's never going to let that go and is going to end most ''VideoGame/CounterStrike: Global Offensive'' conversations with "Well, I knifed NBK!".


* EnsembleDarkhorse: "Random The Culling Bullshittery (part 2)" introduced two: [[CompanionCube The inanimate rock Soviet named "Clive"]] (who was so popular he got a [[CharacterBlog fanmade]] [[https://twitter.com/clivetherock?lang=en Twitter account]] only 20 minutes from his introduction on stream), and Soviet's little brother Lamram/"Jack", whose brutal takedown of Soviet and Cyanide is [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments hilariously]] [[CatharsisFactor satisfying.]]

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** [[IdenticalStranger Zeb]] was just a random and only appeared for a brief moment in "Random Space Engineers Bullshittery (part 2)", but he's frequently mentioned as one of the most hilarious parts of the episode, with many hoping he reappears or even becomes part of the clan in the future.
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"Random The Culling Bullshittery (part 2)" introduced two: [[CompanionCube The inanimate rock Soviet named "Clive"]] (who was so popular he got a [[CharacterBlog fanmade]] [[https://twitter.com/clivetherock?lang=en Twitter account]] only 20 minutes from his introduction on stream), and Soviet's little brother Lamram/"Jack", whose brutal takedown of Soviet and Cyanide is [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments hilariously]] [[CatharsisFactor satisfying.]]


* NightmareFuel: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZIDakt6_fI The Fairfax Residence]]", a video of Womble and Cyanide in a ''VideoGame/SWAT4'' mission not included in a proper Bullshittery, and for good reason. While there is occasional levity, the two approach the mission (breaking into the house of a kidnapping SerialKiller and rescuing his captive) [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness with utmost seriousness]], playing it completely straight, making it as chilling and tense as that implies.

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* NightmareFuel: [[https://www."[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZIDakt6_fI The Fairfax Residence]]", a video of Womble and Cyanide in a ''VideoGame/SWAT4'' mission not included in a proper Bullshittery, and for good reason. While there is occasional levity, the two approach the mission (breaking into the house of a kidnapping SerialKiller and rescuing his captive) [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness with utmost seriousness]], playing it the scenario completely straight, making it as chilling and tense as that implies.

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