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Awesome / Ray Narvaez Jr.

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  • In episode 1 of his Destiny stream, Ray goes into PVP with his level 6 Warlock—up against teams full of players level 30 and higher—and manages to kick a fair amount of ass despite having laughably bad equipment. Best moment is when he discovers the entire enemy team camping in front of the Heavy Ammo shipment. He manages to distract them from realizing that his teammate is sneaking up behind them (who promptly annihilates them), scoring six assists in a matter of seconds.
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  • The thousands of dollars Ray donated to the Awesome Games Done Quick charity livestream, donating at least $7,500 to AGDQ 2016.
  • Managing to beat Cuphead, one of the hardest indie games of 2017, 100% with all A+ ratings in a single 10 hour session.
  • While he has cut ties with Rooster Teeth, he still made sure to help out in their 2017 Extra Life livestream by donating a whopping $10,000.
  • His skills as a gamer can be seen in his Twitch Highlights playlist on YouTube (alongside some of his funnier Epic Fail moments.) This includes:
    • The Run, where he plays as The Bullet for the first time in Enter the Gungeon, and not only managing to fend off all 5 of the regular bosses without being hit, but also enters (and beats) the Brutal Bonus Level Bullet Hell too, securing two of that games' That One Achievement contenders (Lead God and Gungeon Master) in the process.
      • Making his Lead God achievement even more impressive is that three of the five bosses he had to fight to get that achievement are considered to be That One Boss for their respective floors.
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    • He managed to beat 8 Bit Grannies in Rayman Legends on his first try.
  • On September 15, 2018 (also his 29th birthday), Ray has finally reached 1,000,000 gamerscore after playing Shantae: Half-Genie Hero for almost 12 hours.
  • For the first time since leaving Achievement Hunter, he appeared in an Achievement Hunter video, being the guest star in Off Topic #177. Within a week, the video has over 1 million views, making it the second-most viewed Off Topic ever! What's even more impressive is that the only Off Topic video that has more views as of this writing is the very first Off-Topic, which came out over 3 and half years ago.

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