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SiIvaGunner has seen an ongoing plot (or lore) ever since it was rebooted in June 2016, and although usually takes a backseat to the channel's usual content, it is ever-present. The cast of its lore is a Massive Multiplayer Crossover with characters from all over the place, fitting with the channel's Reference Overdosed nature.

In The 'Verse, most of these characters exist as figments. Figments are essentially Tulpas, they are merely representations of an idea and can't go to the real world (except for the few who were transported there at the start of the Christmas Comeback Crisis).

See also the running gags list for what most of these characters spawn from.

SiIvaGunner spoilers will be unmarked bar rip jokes.

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AMUNO Le Film characters

A French Youtuber who makes... very interesting videos. He has his own channel, which includes all of his videos uploaded to SiIvaGunnernote , as well as some other videos
  • Author Appeal: Nintendo (primarily Mario), Undertale, and Naruto are frequently used in his videos.
  • A Day in the Limelight: Stars in his own "Le Film" as the Season 2 finale.
  • Gratuitous French: Every single video by him is in French, and not all of them have English subtitles.
  • Intentional Engrish for Funny: The English subtitles on his videos are very poorly-translated and full of typos - but also convey how incoherent and trashy the original French dialogue is.
  • Invincible Hero: In "Le Film", he defeats every enemy with ease and is never injured, even after being shot from point-blank range.
  • Mind Screw: His videos are very peculiar, to say the least.
  • Piss-Take Rap: His "Epic Pixel Battle" videos.
  • Precision F-Strike: There are several cases of this in the videos.
  • Stylistic Suck: All of the characters shown in videos are artwork with a white box background or drawn in MS Paint. The backgrounds are often stock images.
  • Sensory Abuse: When AMUNO screams, he screams.

One of the YouTubers that composes SiIvaGunner's channel team. In the AMUNO Le Film, he acts as AMUNO's manager/assistant. Represented as a sprite of Hector wearing a pair of Cool Shades and a customized Mario hat.

Other characters

    Knuckles the Echidna
"Knock, knock! It's Knuckles!"
"Oh no."
Leitmotif: "Unknown from M.E."

One of the main protagonists of the Sonic the Hedgehog games. He does not come up often, but the rips that do involve him tell us a lot, such as his Image Song "Unknown from M.E.".

    Chad Warden 
"More like the Gay Mexican-Ass in my Ass."
Voiced by: Himself (through the use of Manipulative Editing)
Leitmotif: We Fly High

The ballin' protagonist of the Reboot arc. After accidentally starting discourse amongst the fandom, he sets out to bring "Snow halation" back from its disappearance.

  • Adaptational Heroism: The original Chad was an absolute Troll from the early days of YouTube, and a successful one at that. Here, Chad's presented as being kind of a jerk, but one who cares about the state of the SiIvaGunner channel. Wood Man alludes to this trope when he states that "Genocide Route" Chad acts a lot more like the actual person than the fictionalized version.
  • The Hero: For the Reboot. He's the only force acting against the Voice during that time, as he's the only one with a Ripple-Proof Memory.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Sacrifices his life in order to bring "Snow halation" back and destroy the Voice using the MF LIKE BUTTON.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Rude and foul-mouthed but he genuinely cares for SiIva's well-being.
  • Jerkass Has a Point: The videos containing him make a point to call out people for their Double Standards for "Snow halation" rips and their dislike bombing.
  • Killed Off for Real: He dies at the end of the Continuity Reboot arc.
  • Manipulative Editing: His dialogue is the result of sentence mixing things that the real Chad Warden has said.
  • Ripple-Effect-Proof Memory: Retains knowledge of the original universe after the reboot, which ends up putting him in conflict with the Voice.
  • Sir Swears-a-Lot: He swears very frequently.
  • Sky Face: Appears at the very end of the final Snow halation rip as this.

    Mr. Rental
AAAAH! Call Mr. Rental!

The mascot of an Australian rental company, and a big fan of SiIvaGunner. While initially portrayed as a protagonist, he was later portrayed as a violent serial killer intent on the destruction of all mashups... until it was revealed that the latter is a separate character entirely.

Mr. Own

"Ban. All. Mashups."
Voiced by: Microsoft Sam

An alternate-universe Mr. Rental whose embitterment against mashups led him to become a Serial Killer with a vendetta. It's only revealed that he's separate from Mr Rental in a "behind the scenes" video.

  • Alternate Universe: Eventually revealed to be from one.
  • Berserk Button: Mashups.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: A character with such a goofy design surely can't be dangerous in any way, right? WRONG.
  • Car Fu: One of his two main methods of killing mashup characters is running them over with his car. It's the only thing that he shares with his good counterpart.
  • Driven to Suicide: Shot himself for accidentally creating a mashup at the end of one rip, though he got better.
  • Evil Counterpart: To Mr Rental, naturally.
  • Freudian Excuse: Chip the Ripper murdered Mr. Own's entire family, which is the root cause for his immense hatred of all mashups.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Mr Rental shoots him with his own shotgun.
  • Knight Templar: Believes in the destruction of all mashups, regardless of quality.
  • Serial Killer: Is explicitly referred to as one in this rip.
  • Shotguns Are Just Better: His other method of killing mashup characters is by shooting them with a shotgunnote .
  • Spotting the Thread: The biggest clue that he and Mr. Rental are two different people is that he actually buys a cell phone, which is something that Mr. Rental is opposed to doing.
  • Walking Spoiler: Isn't shown to be a unique character from Mr. Rental until the Mr. Rental finale.

Running Gags

(Note: Running Gags represented within the lore are put with the associated character in the above sections.)

"I think we already know this is not Five Nights at Freddy's related. Start the rip."
Representative: Freddy Fazbear

One of the channel's oldest and most enduring gags. A tune from Five Nights at Freddy's that always transitions into something else (i.e, a completely unrelated song, some random dialogue or even a video) after the initial three seconds.

  • Alphabetical Theme Naming: Initially, the mixes were identified through letters from the Greek alphabet.
  • Creepy Circus Music: The original tune is supposed to be this, but it barely lasts 3 seconds until the transition happens.
  • Exactly What It Says on the Tin: Mixes in post-reboot Season 1 and 2 had names that are more indicative of the joke used in them.
  • Grumpy Old Man: The "Cranky Mix" contains one, who appears to be disgruntled fan who misses the "old days" of the channel (i.e. a few moths prior, as the rip came out during the first season).
  • Non-Indicative Name: Even by SiIvaGunner standards, as the actual song doesn't even last five seconds, and the gag is always completely different. Sometimes the "(___ Mix)" can be a clue to the content of the rip, but not always.
  • Pun: In late Season 3 and continuing into Season 4, the mix names started becoming puns on the word "Mix" or "Version". These puns usually have nothing to do with the rip in question.

Pannenkoek2012 and TJ "Henry" Yoshi
Now, you're probably wondering what I gonna need all that speed for. After all, I do build speed for 12 hours! But to answer that, we need to talk about parallel universes...
Leitmotif: "File Select"

A Challenge Gamer who is notorious for his incredible knowledge over Super Mario 64 and its mechanics, allowing for absurd gameplay where Mario is able to manipulate both literal and technical bugs, accelerate his own speed to infinity in half a day, and travel through "parallel universes"... all to obtain a power star without pressing the A button (he holds it down the entire time, but it's not actually pressed).

T.J. "Henry" Yoshi, an orange Yoshi wearing Godot's visor, is a related character who became well-known as he is mocked within the video of Pannenkoek's explanations (for saying that half A presses don't exist).

  • Beyond the Impossible: Pannenkoek manages to make Mario move at a "speed" that even reality itself can't keep up with.
  • Butt-Monkey: T.J. "Henry" Yoshi, both in-universe and in a meta sense, as the man himself occasionally shows up in the comments section of some videos, leading to a few jokes at his expense from the other commenters.
  • Dimensional Traveler: Pannenkoek can make Mario do this in a way, and he's more than happy to explain how.
  • Foreshadowing: The whole idea of parallel universes becomes relevant in the Reboot Arc.
  • Good Bad Bugs: Parallel universes and the many other glitches necessary to get the star have been referenced on occasion.
  • Overly Long Gag: The extended version of "Cave Dungeon" from Super Mario 64, when combined are over 12 hours long. It's an extremely slow version of the song building up speed for 12 hours until it returns to normal speed. It eventually transitions into "Jellyfish Jam" from SpongeBob SquarePants at the very end.
  • Self-Imposed Challenge: The whole meme was created because of all the setup Pannenkoek had to do in order to obtain an otherwise rather simple Power Star. Additionally, it's part of a full 120-star run, which has been narrowed down to about 30 A button presses.
  • Your Head Asplode: T.J. "Henry" Yoshi ends up blowing up from frustration in the Slot Machine (Beta Mix) rip, when he gets served only half of a Super Mario 64 rip.

CG Rap
It's finally here, firing in spurts for you.
"He's the leader of the bunch; you know his coconut gun is finally back to fire in spurts. His coconut gun can fire in spurts. If he shoots ya, it's firin' in spurts."
Leitmotif: "The DK Rap"

The CG Rap is a sentence mixed version of the "DK Rap". This version is about the members of the Coconut Crew and their Coconut Guns.

  • Broken Record: "She's quick and nimble and quick and nimble and quick and nimble and quick and nimble..."
  • Department of Redundancy Department:
    • The members of the Coconut Crew all have coconut guns, and they all fire in spurts, and the song will let you know.
    • Also, "She's quick and nimble and quick and nimble and quick and nimble and quick and nimble!"
  • Disproportionate Retribution:
    • He kills Kongo Jungle (Melee's version of the DK Rap) because SilvaGunner says it isn't as good as the DK Rap or the CG Rap, and because there isn't a clear acapella of it.
    • Similarly, he kills Green de la Bean and Nathaniel Welchert because he's sick of their shticks and thinks they aren't funny. Welchert's death doesn't last, though, as he inexplicably returns twice after being CG'd (and the second time this happened, it was explicitly shown to be fatal).
  • Dummied Out: The CG Rap is actually labeled as the "Unused Version", with the used version being each of the Kong's verses being played at the same time (with a bit of Snow halation).
  • I'm a Humanitarian: In the Reprise: "Donkey Kong is Hannibal Lecter, he wants your face!"
  • The Klan: One lyric in the CG Rap is "KKK! Ku Klux Klan!"
  • Manipulative Editing: The "CG Rap" was created by splicing and rearranging audio clips used in the actual rap. The group of rappers, when given dialogue, also talk through this manner.
  • Self-Deprecation:
    • "This coconut shit! Isn't funny!"
    • The rappers do this in the Reprise rip from the last day of the reboot, saying that the Silence of the Lambs joke in their rip wasn't funny, and that the channel should just bring back Grand Dad.
  • Subverted Rhyme Every Occasion: Done at least once per rap.
  • Take That, Audience!: "If you know the words, you need to shoot yourself!"
  • Voice of the Legion: There's multiple rappers, but the rap's vocals are treated as a single entity, presumably falling under this trope. Played with in that only some of the rap has multiple rappers, so creating new dialogue/lyrics via Manipulative Editing results in the number of rappers changing constantly.

Bob Dylan

Voiced by: PinkieOats

A folk singer who sings "his own special way." And "smokes the weed."


During the reboot, the main running gags were all replaced with "parallel" versions. Specifically, the Flintstones theme was replaced with The Simpsons and Family Guy themes, "Snow halation" was replaced with "GO MY WAY!!", and Loud Nigra was replaced with the Howie Scream.

(For tropes related to Haruka, see her folder in the CCC section.)

General (Simpsons, Family Guy, and the Howie scream)

  • Action Bomb: All four of Peter's attacks in the Pokémon FireRed hack are variations of Explosion and Self-Destruct, named "FAMILY", "GUY", "FUNNY", and "MOMENTS".
  • Advertised Extra: Despite being specifically called out as a reboot meme by The Voice, the Howie scream wasn't actually used frequently in reboot rips. Also applies to the rest of the reboot memes when they (aside from the Howie scream) appeared on the banner after the end of the Reboot, since they weren't actually appearing in rips.
  • Continuity Reboot: Their existence is the result of this.
  • Demoted to Extra: The main reboot gags have appeared much less frequently since the end of the story arc. For a time after the reboot, they appeared in the channel's banner alongside the original trio, only to end up disappearing again when Tito Dick replaced Loud Nigra. The only one to make somewhat regular appearances after the reboot is "GO MY WAY!!".
  • Dishing Out Dirt: In the Pokémon FireRed hack, Homer can use "Mr. Plow", a variation of Earthquake.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: The Simpsons theme, "GO MY WAY!!", and the Howie Scream had appeared in a select few rips before the Reboot began.
  • In-Series Nickname: Homer is sometimes referred to as "GRAND MA", enforcing his role as Grand Dad's counterpart.
  • Stock Scream: The Howie scream, naturally.


Green de la Bean
did someone said NO VEGETALS?
"Uh oh! You friccin moron. You just got BEANED!!!"
Leitmotif: U Guessed It (intro), No Words

A bizarre character who appeared at seemingly random times. Its presence often included Sensory Abuse, both of the visual and audio kind. It and all of the videos that included it were deleted after one of them was flagged, but the character soon returned with changes made to make it less unpleasant.

  • Anthropomorphic Food/Plant Person: It's a cartoony bean pod with limbs.
  • Big-Lipped Alligator Moment: Its modus operandi invokes this. It shows up out of nowhere, Sensory Abuse ensues, and it leaves just as quickly as it appears
  • Creator's Pet: For most of the team. They really like him, whereas the fans effectively murdered him for a time. Even Chaze considers Bean his favorite.
  • Disney Death: Was seemingly Killed Off for Real after one of its videos was flagged, but soon returned without explanation amidst the channel mourning its "death".
  • Hero of Another Story: Despite being Demoted to Extra on the main SiIvaGunner channel, he's the proud mascot of the Flustered Fernando channel, where all of his rips were reuploaded.
  • Jump Scare: Its sole purpose was to scare the ever living daylights out of viewers. This aspect was removed ever since its revival.
  • Lighter and Softer: When it returned to the channel around the time of the Christmas Comeback Crisis, its appearances were toned down so that they were loud, but not ear-piercing.
  • Mind Screw: Whenever it showed up, with its strange imagery and distorted audio.
  • Sensory Abuse: Its appearances included extremely loud and distorted audio, alongside bizarre and overwhelming imagery of itself.

Nick Meowleksiak

"I took the time of day to cover this music for SiIvaGunner..."
Voiced by: Nick Oleksiak

A game composer who does covers for the channel, and a self-confessed NEET who hates his otaku lifestyle.

Eggnog (Egghead / Life Jacket Kid / Lil' Nibba)
A strange young boy who sometimes appears at the beginning of a video, which is usually quickly followed by disturbing images and sounds.
  • Creepy Child: After his first appearance, the fan community quickly became paranoid of him appearing in their videos.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: While he first started crashing videos and gaining notoriety in April 2017, his first actual appearance on the channel was as an in-universe YouTube thumbnail on a computer in a Mr. Rental video in January 2017.
  • Fictional Video Game: Egghead: The Video Game.
  • Jump Scare: Most of his appearances involve him randomly teleporting in front of a white screen at the beginning of a video. The screen then zooms on his face, but then quickly cuts to an edited, demonic-looking photo of a celebrity with glowing white eyes and a creepy red tint, accompanied by Sensory Abuse.
    • In the LSD: Dream Emulator rip "Lucy in the Sky with Dynamites" , he himself serves as a jumpscare; shortly after the oddly creepy video of a birthday cake being lit up, the screen cuts to static for an unusually long time, and then blacks out. After several seconds of silence, he suddenly jumps out of nowhere as a loud noise is played, and then disappears as quickly as he came.
  • Memetic Bystander: The true answer to the origin of the image: a SiIva team member noticed him in the background of one of their beach photos, and decided to use his likeness in rips.
  • Mood Whiplash: After the frightening jumpscares he triggers, the video usually shifts to an unrelated, usually humorous Vine.
  • No Name Given: Didn't have one until The Bus Came Back, although it was changed to Eggnog shortly after.
  • Nothing Is Scarier: His bizarre Sensory Abuse was and remains unanswered, and the true source of the image went unknown until 2020.
  • Sensory Abuse: The jumpscares he triggers have the "Aural Invasion" kind, with a bit of Optical thrown in too.

Farting D.Va
Nerf this!
The teenaged mech-suited Gamer Chick from Overwatch, and Gasshole extraordinaire.
  • Big Beautiful Woman: Defied. ChelHellBunny is a bit pudgy, and is a pretty decent D. Va cosplayer. The meme and SiIva's use of it try to paint her as repulsively as possible.
  • Catchphrase: "Nerf this!". Depending on the rip, the audio used for the catchphrase can originate either from Overwatch itself or from ChelHellBunny's twerking cosplay video.
  • Creator's Pet: Among the fanbase, she's considered basically the second coming of the Bean, except less prone to Sensory Abuse but far more gross and vulgar. She also appeared in almost every alternate rip between late August and mid-September 2019, and still occasionally appears afterwards.
  • Excrement Statement: The original edit made a mockery out of ChelHellBunny (deliberately or otherwise), while the SiIvaGunner channel uses it to aggrevate its viewers.
  • Fan Disservice: As used by SiIvaGunner. Even without the original video in context, viewers (that aren't fart fetishists) really don't want to visualize a young woman in a skintight bodysuit letting out a wet fart.
  • Gasshole: Her most well known trait in the SiIvaGunner universe, popping up in all her videos just to yell out her catchphrase and rip a big one. It's worth noting that this joke originates from an edit made by fart fetishists to an (NSFW) twerking video by cosplayer ChelHellBunny (still to the right), in which a fart is edited in while Chel twerks in a D. Va costume.
  • Stealth Pun: Her rips are... rips. As in farting.
  • Toilet Humor: What this meme amounts to.
  • [Verb] This!: "Nerf this!", a catchphrase she carries over from the character she's cosplaying.

I'm just fine.
A very lucky speedrunner who wears a mask for hours at a time...
  • Bait-and-Switch: Some rips will use "Mask" as part of the joke, before abruptly switching to the much more NSFW parody by We The Sus Music.
  • Take That!: The nature of the rips is a jab at Dream, both at "Mask" for its uncanny animation and Dream for accidentally cheating in a world record speedrun beforehand.
  • Stepford Smiler: The topic of "Mask" is this; the point of the mask is to hide his depression.

Various very minor running gags that were introduced and didn't have much effect on SiIvaGunner or the fans but made multiple appearances.


An advertisement for a series of fitness training equipment.
  • Ad Dissonance: Played for Laughs, of course. The dissonance comes from the fact that it shows up out of nowhere in the middle of videos that are supposed to only contain music.
  • Dada Ad: The ad by itself isn't that weird, but it becomes rather surreal when it shows up in rips of songs that have nothing to do with it.
  • Hard-Work Montage: What did you expect for an ad for fitness training equipment?
  • Product Placement: Well, it is an advertisement, after all.
  • Repeating Ad: Since it's a Running Gag, it technically counts as one.

Undertale 2

"Undertale 2"
A fake sequel to the immensely popular Undertale, whose rips are always bizarre shitposts. Not to be confused with Deltarune or Undertale 2: Revenge of the Robots.
  • Departmentof Redundancy Department: The composer and platform for several Undertale 2 rips are just "Undertale 2."
  • Fictional Video Game: Undertale 2 does not exist in real life.
  • Hostile Show Takeover: Not of the channel, but of the channel's Reddit. During the channel's short hiatus following "Smooth" Day, the title in the Reddit's banner was inexplicably changed to three instances of "Undertale 2".
  • Stylistic Suck: Every rip of the game is bound to be a meme-filled mess.
  • Take That!: The nature of the rips are no doubt a result of the notoriety that the original game has gained.

Love Plug Guy

A man who tries an experiment involving his penis, some tinfoil, and an electrical socket. It goes very badly. Like Loud Nigra, he usually appears in rips in the form of his scream.


"mario games super mario brothers games download mario games super mario brothers download games on PC mario games"
A loud voice appearing in several Mario Forever rips.

Throughout these rips, Softendo is revealed to be a malicious digital entity who consumed the work of Mario Forever's creator, Buziol, after the latter tried to stop it, and turned it into an incoherent, malicious cesspool. When Buziol takes on Softendo personally, Softendo declares that the convoluted mess that was the current state of Mario Forever's public image will live on, before absorbing Buziol into its consciousness.

Years later, one of Softendo's employees alert it to a strange issue within the game's ending. The area of concern was the credits, which awaken Buziol within Softendo and forces the latter to end itself.

"Good Ending" reveals that this mini-arc is a metaphor for the 14-years-long history of the actual Mario Forever game. When Mario Forever was released, it was hosted on a service called CNet, infamous for injecting bloatware, bundleware, and even malware into the files it hosted. The incessant rambling of Softendo in some of the rips turned out to be real texts ripped from the site (they were poorly written and machine-translated from Polish), and character!Buziol ending character!Softendo was the real Buziol realizing that Mario Forever was being laced with viruses, and promptly rebuilding everything from the ground up.

    Muse (μ's) 
(Note: Nozomi is under the CCC.)

μ's in general
In their current state.
  • Birthday Episode: Several on their respective birthdays. Nozomi's started the tradition of having a full-length mashup with their respective "Snow halation" solos. This held until the September 30th original ending.
    • This allegedly stopped with Haltmann's takeover, as he claims celebrating idol birthdays is unprofitable. In reality, the remaining idol birthdays were still celebrated, but on the wrong birthdays.
  • Death Is Cheap: The group has been killed and brought back multiple times, including:
    • The normal ending of the reboot, which sees "Snow halation" erased from the channel. In the true ending, it's brought back through the power of the MF LIKE BUTTON.
    • Much later, The Voice kills them all, except for Nozomi, as seen on the Twitter account through "Idol Be Gone" as shown on Willie Weasel's (a member of the SiIvaGunner team) Twitter account. It's worth noting that so far none of this has been mentioned on the channel proper except for a small comment by Haltmann during "Loves The Ladies".
  • In Memoriam: "See You Again" from Forza Horizon 2 Presents Fast & Furious seems to be a funeral video for Umi, uploaded on her birthday (3/15).
  • The Power of Love: "Snow halation" is shown to represent this trope during the reboot's true ending.
  • Slippy-Slidey Ice World: "Snow halation" is often used in rips of snow/ice-based levels.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: The mere existence of "Snow halation" caused a lot of discourse within the fanbase, which then resulted in the Continuity Reboot.


"Nico Nico Nii~!"

A member of μ's who is well known for her Catchphrase, "Nico Nico Nii".

    Recurring Music Artists 
These music artists have their songs frequently used on the channel. Basically a supergroup to the Rapper's Union, though they do not have any significant character role. These running gags are likely human, in contrast to most gags, which are presumed to be figments.


Channel Contributors

The following people are either contributors to the channel or are otherwise notable in the SiIvaGunner community.