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NPCarlsson is a maker of YouTube Poop who gained notoriety in late 2014. He is one of the most popular creators of YTP at present, known for his elaborate poops which incorporate a large variety of source material.

He has also adopted the Mario Head character from MoBrosStudios, who retired from YouTube Poop in late 2015.

Some of his most notable poops include:

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Tropes present include:

  • Art Shift: Some characters are taken from across multiple sources. Uka Uka is most noticeable as he goes back and forth between his original design and the Titan games.
  • Adaptational Heroism: Mario Head has a few more shreds of decency here than in MoBrosStudios' YTP canon.
  • Back from the Dead: Ripto comes back to life for Ripto's Regicide. It's not exactly explained how; his explanation dump is fast-forwarded through, and the most we get is text saying that he's immortal.
  • Berserk Button: Stealing Mr. Krabs' millionth dollar.
    • Taking Hunter's drugs is a good way to set him off, too.
  • Big Bad:
  • Crossover: All of his YouTube Poops feature characters from various media coming together.
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  • Chronic Backstabbing Disorder: Dr. Cortex.
  • Creator Cameo: Whenever Mr. Resetti appears, he comes with Synchro-Vox so that his mouth movement matches with the sentence-mixing. The mouth used in the animation is actually that of NPCarlsson himself.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Many characters, but special mention goes to Hunter and Mario Head.
  • Defeat Means Friendship: Mario Head finally reconciles with Mr. Krabs after losing the fight in Mashed Bandicoot Part II. However, in The Stinger, he's seen about to eat his dead body (Cortex had shot him with a blaster before then, killing Krabs instantly) with Robotnik.
  • Demoted to Dragon: The Evil Twins are recruited as extra minions by Cortex. Uka Uka is also reduced to a more subservient position in the Big-Bad Ensemble of Mashed Bandicoot.
    • Inverted with four penguin minions, who were promoted to Dragon in Mashed Bandicoot.
  • Demoted to Extra: Besides Uka Uka, Crash himself is nowhere nearly as prominent in Mashed Bandicoot as he is in his franchise. Lampshaded in the trailer: "Will Crash Bandicoot actually do something?" Yes.
  • Determinator: Mr. Krabs, who stops at nothing until he gets his millionth dollar back.
  • The Dreaded: Mr. Resetti.
  • Embarrassing Nickname: Dr. Cortex does not take Robotnik calling him "Corty" well.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: Mario Head is outraged when Dr. Cortex shoots Mr. Krabs by surprise.
  • Eye Scream: Bloo slaps Wilt in the eye in Five Nights at Foster's.
  • Fake Ultimate Hero: Spyro. Hunter ends up being the one to take Ripto down in Ripto's Racist.
  • Filler / Padding : Like most YT Pers, he's not immune to this. A caption in Mashed Bandicoot Part II lampshades this by saying "And now for a pointless scene...not unlike every other."
  • I Am Your Opponent: Aku Aku offers to fight Mario Head before Mr. Krabs goes instead in Mashed Bandicoot Part II.
  • It's Personal: Mr. Krabs in his conflict against Mario Head.
  • Killed Off for Real: Implied to be the fate of Mr. Krabs in Mashed Bandicoot Part II.
  • The Last of These Is Not Like the Others: Dr. Cortex, Dr. Robotnik, and not a doctor Mario Head.
    Mario Head: "Hey, I got a PHD!"
  • Legion of Doom: Cortex (and Uka Uka) ally with Dr. Robotnik, and are quickly joined by Mario Head.
  • Long-Lost Relative: Cortex reveals that he and Robotnik are twin brothers in Five Nights at Foster's.
  • The Other Darrin: Happens when multiple sources are used for lines. Most obvious is Uka Uka, who uses voice clips from all three of his voice actors (Clancy Brown, Alex Fernandez, and John DiMaggio).
  • One-Winged Angel: Hunter has the ability to grow claws, sharp teeth, fly, and can spit fire and chips/fries.
  • Overarching Villain: Mario Head is a far more powerful entity than any character in the canon and appears to be the true antagonist. However, during Part 2 of Mashed Bandicoot, he seems to no longer be villainous.
  • Mood Whiplash: After being given a replacement dollar, Mr. Krabs jovially celebrates his new friendship with Mario Head. Fifteen seconds later, Dr. Cortex shoots him dead.
  • Myth Arc: Mr. Krabs' quest to get his millionth dollar back from Mario Head takes place over several YTP's.
  • N-Word Privileges: Seems to be a Once per Episode gag.
  • The Pornomancer: Spyro's vacation to Canterlot prior to Ripto's Regicide apparently involved him having so much sex that "now there's baby dragons everywhere." He immediately gets hit with presumably massive child support bills.
  • Red Herring: In Mashed Bandicoot it is frequently foreshadowed that Mario Head is up to something devious, or at least that he's extremely powerful. Ultimately he does a Heel–Face Turn following the death of Mr. Krabs, whom he'd just become friends with.
    • Almost immediately after pointing out that "that Spyro is a spy!", Cortex admits that he doesn't care about the fact.
  • Running Gag: Various ones show up in Mashed Bandicoot alone:
    • Ripto running either from or toward something on a horizontal plane
    • A short animated loop of Cortex apparently dancing
    • "Warkiplier" appears in facecam form throughout some points in Part II.
    • Sheldon asking "Was that sarcasm?" Ultimately Running Gagged when Sheldon is told to stop it.
    • The "Mario Pwn Counter", which shows up whenever the Mario Head pwns somebody.
    • An ark showing up whenever there's water. Lampshaded during an in-universe news segment when the banner says "MYSTERIOUS ARK APPEARS - WITNESS SAY 'ANYWHERE WITH WATER, YOU'LL SEE IT'"
    • Extreme close-ups, which are also lampshaded the first and penultimate times they're used when the viewer is told (via Freeze-Frame Bonus) to get used to them.
    • Cortex saying "I don't care."
    • One of the Evil Twins saying "Boring!" at random moments.
  • Sequel Hook: Five Nights at Foster's ends with a scene featuring Cortex revealing to Robotnik that they're twin brothers, which leads into Mashed Bandicoot.
  • Self Deprecating: In Five Nights at Foster's:
    Wilt: This is NPCarlsson, and he's one of the worst poopers ever. I tell ya, if it weren't for this heartless jerk, none of us would even be here! Oh, sorry... No, I'm not sorry!
  • The Starscream: Dr. Robotnik tries to usurp Cortex after the latter had humiliated him in grade school. However, it happens in reverse, with Cortex betraying Robotnik for his position as the Big Bad after the latter freed him from hostage.
  • The Stoner: Hunter in Ripto's Racist.
  • Stupid Statement Dance Mix:
  • Tastes Like Chicken: "Mr. Strong's Darkest Day", a Mr. Men YouTube Poop he made which was intended for a "2D Cartoons" YTP collab that fell through, ends with Mr. Strong cannibalizing a farmer. The narrator remarks that "the farmer tastes like chicken".
  • Villain Protagonist: Cortex and Robotnik for Mashed Bandicoot.
  • Worthy Opponent: Mr. Krabs comes to view Mario Head as this.

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