He prepared to take on Siegfried in the Ghost Train on Final Fantasy VI, going into great detail about his setup. The whole thing took a little over a minute, including discussing the strategy. Then he entered the fight, where Siegfried promptly attacked Shadow. Interceptor blocked the attack and counterattacked Siegfried, one-hit KOing him. Not only did HC Bailly crack up, most of the viewers did, too.
When LPing Chrono Cross, he does a "Captain's Log" style commentary while descending to an underwater spaceship. He gets into a fight, and, after using the X-Slash double tech . . . does thousands of points of damage (which is suprisingly uncommon in Cross)
It's even funnier watching the videos in succession. After awhile, Bailey would say things like "Since there's only a 65% chance of the success, the <action> will work. Absolutely." Nearly EVERY TIME the action was successful.
During an alternate ending to the penultimate episode of the Crystalis LP, HC starts up a conversation with the boss of the episode, using fitting response sound clips from the same source.
Once during Seiken Densetsu 3, HC says something weird, but makes sense in context (it's a Shout-Out). He then informs the viewer that his fiance walked past his recording and only heard the weird part and laughed at it. As would the viewers upon learning this.
At the end of Final Fantasy IV one character will not say something to the other, and it slowly gets on HC's nerves.
He's annoyed at how slowly the airship moves during the intro of Final Fantasy IV - Interlude. Becomes a bit of a Brick Joke when it cuts back to the ship flying after a lengthy sequence with another character. The funniest part is that he interrupts himself from something else he was saying as he's shocked.
"Well whatever works fo- You're still not there?!"
He has a That Came Out Wrong moment where it almost sounds like his cat wanted to sleep with him.
At the Giza Plains nomad camp in Final Fantasy XII, he sees a pen of cute-looking birds. He confronts them, only to learn they're COCKATRICES and get damn paranoid.
In Disgaea, after Laharl beats Mid-Boss/Vyers for the third time..
"I think that from now on, all toilets in the netherworld shall be known as... Vyers!"
In a later Disgaea video, he does his usual taunting laugh while talking about all the grinding the player will have to do after grinding an obscene amount- but then it turns into a sob.
In Part 18 of Breath of Fire, he makes a weird voice for Karn shouting during the boss fight.
In part three of the Chrono Trigger DS remake, he patiently waits for Chrono to emerge on the other side of the time portal. Cut to footage of the protagonist of Secret of Evermore falling out of a portal.
"Why am I talking about marching bands when the end of the world is happening before my eyes?"
After successfully pulling off Tidus' Overdrive, he stops the video, rewinds the clip while making funny noises (as if he is speaking backwards_, show how the Overdrive works, shows the clip again in slow-motion while making funny noises again, and then shows an instant reply of the Overdrive just for good measure.
In Final Fantasy IV the after years, HC Dramatically reacts for laughs when the party are told about the chaos back on earth. The best part is you can faintly hear his Fiancee laughing in the background.
HC:WE'RE GONNA DROWN!!
From Royal Stone: "How did it dodge?! It's a freaking pepper!!"
Paper Mario, when HC initially refuses to give the Peach doll back to Goombaria, and misinterprets Goombario's response:
Goombario: "I guess you can give it back when you're done with it."
HC: "... What do you mean 'done with it'? Don't answer that, viewers."
In the February 2017 Update video, he announced his next LP would be Final Fantasy 4 Heroes of Light.
The beginning of Episode 75 of Bravely Default has him channel John McClane. This was also the episode that introduced the game's most controversial aspect. The game looping itself multiple times.
Play a quick little handheld game they said. Be good for the career they said.
Moments caused by JB Bailly:
In the first episode of their second Seiken Densetsu 3 co-op LP, JB accidentally calls HC by his first name. Then HC says that the audience knows his face and name by now, and wonders how long it'll take for someone to recognize him in real life.
Whenever JB (his brother) records with him, JB will usually have some kind of funny reaction (sometimes only narrated by HC) to things that most of the viewers will have by now gotten used to with HC solo. In particular is one part during the beginning of Lise's path in Seiken Densetsu 3 and HC makes a variation of "and they died":
HC gets a Dream Seed Herb in Seiken Densetsu 3 and is happy about it... but JB HeadDesks instead, annoyed because they won't even get the character who needs them.
Throughout the different walkthroughs of Seiken Densetsu 3, JB gets annoyed with HC always wanting to kill enemies in a certain order and makes remarks on it. For people used to watching HC's style of playing, it's refreshingly funny.
HC makes a pun, and JB finds it to be Head Desk-worthy. Afterwards, JB says "ow" out loud.
JB accidentally causes the two of them to begin the next boss fight after HC's just about ready to start his standard Cliffhanger.
For the intro of one episode of Seiken Densetsu 3, JB calls himself Waldo after positioning Lise in a place where her sprite's colors blend in with the background, and HC had trouble finding him for a bit.
JB: Can you find Waldo?
When HC and JB are fighting one of the God-Beasts in the Kevin walkthrough of Seiken Densetsu 3, HC laments forgetting to induce a status buff, to JB's annoyance, and they have a minor argument.
In the beginning of that episode, when JB introduces himself, his mouth is full.