- After a month of dying, Rage Quitting, and getting frustrated over Fake Difficulty, Blake finally beat Jak II: Renegade with his wife, Katie, by his side.
- Blake and Katie successfully beat Night 1 of Five Nights at Freddy's 2 on their first attempt. Something that not even Markiplier could accomplish! Granted, the game kicked their asses from Night 2 onwards, until...
- After losing Freebird the Wingull in part 4 of the Pokemon Emerald Nuzlocke, the trio of Blake, Andy, and Austin come roaring back in part 6, using Mothra the Dustox to completely wipe the floor with Brawly's Gym without suffering a single casualty.
- After three long years, the main channel has finally reached 100 subscribers. Blake even made a video thanking the fans for sticking with him up to that milestone
- Blake managing to churn out an entire Let's Play of Golden Sun: The Broken Seal in just over a week, further proving that, despite the channel's small audience, he does care about producing content on a frequent basis.
- After all the crap that happened throughout the months of June and July of 2017, Blake still soldiered on and finished the Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel! Let's Play by himself
- During the Let's Play of Night Cry, Blake and Andy made a mistake and forgot one of the key actions required to get the Golden Ending. In response, Blake went back and played through the entire game again offscreen, just to correct his mistake and ensure he and his comrades would witness the True Ending. Doubles as a Heartwarming Moment.
- Blake broke his wrist at the start of 2018. Does he use that as a reason to sit the month out? Hell no! He rolled up his sleeves and churned out a Let's Play of Chroma Squad using one hand. Not just badass, but also Heartwarming, as it proves yet again how much he cares about providing content for his viewers.
- The game's final stream that nets them the Kamen Rider ending taking almost 4 hours to complete. Now THAT is dedication!
- After 3 months of playing and uploading at a snail's pace, Blake and Andy conclude their Advance Wars Let's Play with an all-out assault that takes 3 hours and 45 minutes, making it the second longest video on the channel.
- The fact that, no matter how Nintendo Hard a game may be, Blake and his crew will always manage to beat it, is a moment of awesome in and of itself.
Awesome / Blake & Friends Play