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Darkmindedsith is a Let's Player on Youtube. His videos primarily consist of Nintendo games (Banjo-Kazooie, The Legend of Zelda, Pokémon, Super Mario Bros.).

He was a part of the channel The5LostLevels until 2011 when he left due him and another user LittleFu68 being the only active users left on the channel and him wanting to make videos on his own schedule rather than stick to a set schedule.

His channel can be found here.


Tropes associated with Darkmindedsith:

  • Author Appeal:
    • Most of the games he plays on his channel are ones he played in his childhood.
    • His favorite track in Majora's Mask is "Oath to Order".
  • Cool Shades: What he occasionally wears in his live-action videos.
  • Crossover: His Banjo-Kazooie videos often feature Youtubers that he's familiar with.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Twofold.
    • He generally provides snarky comments during his videos in a monotone voice.
    • Ash in his playthough of ''Pokémon: Leaf Green" is snarkier than Sith himself. He's annoyed by Sith's presence and tries to get rid of him.
  • Epic Fail: Trying to get past the Moblin guarding the Forest Temple. Twice.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: Played as a joke in his Let's Play of The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask. He says that Skull Kid turning Link into a Deku Scrub is too dark-minded for him.
  • Gosh Dang It to Heck!: He tries his best to say more kid-friendly dialogue in his videos. There are times where he lets a swear word slip out, but his language, for the most part, is pretty PG.
    • Some of his earlier videos and a few of his most recent videos do involve him swearing or saying something slightly more adult.
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  • The Friend Nobody Likes: During his playthrough of ''Pokémon: Leaf Green", Ash views Sith as an annoyance. Sith considers them to be friends despite Ash treating him poorly. Since Sith is there to provide commentary, Ash has to put up with him.
  • He Who Must Not Be Seen: Mostly played straight. He doesn't record himself with a webcam in his Let's Plays, but he does have a few videos showing off his face. A couple of them show him with sunglasses or a bag/mask over his head.
  • Last-Second Word Swap: In his playthrough of Banjo-Kazooie
    Darkmindedsith (voicing Gruntilda): Hurry, Klungo, push that switch.
    I'm tired of being an ugly bi- uh, witch! Sorry.
  • Nice Guy: He's actually not that bad if you give him the chance.
  • Precision F-Strike: In his playthrough of Mario Party 2, he got so upset with Peach stealing all of his coins that he called her a slut and a hooker. He later apologizes for losing his cool and saying that stuff.
  • Previously On: He tends to do recaps for his longer playrthoughs.
    • For his The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, he did super quick recaps on what happened in the previous video(s). Subverted with Episode 74, which is a Recap Episode.
    • His Banjo-Kazooie videos featured something similar, only with Grunty and Klungo spoke completely in rhyme.
    • He stylized his "Pokémon: Leaf Green" intros like the Pokémon anime, recapping the previous video's events.
  • Running Gag: He has a few.
    • In his playthrough of Pokémon: Leaf Green", he stylizes his videos like the Pokémon'' anime. He does a "Who's That Pokémon?" commercial break, which changes up every episode with the Pokémon/YouTuber,character and the silhouettes not matching up.
    • In his playthrough of Banjo-Kazooie and Banjo-Tooie, he does recaps as Grunty, which involves a lot of rhyming.
    • Him pretending not to know what's coming up next in the game. After a while, you pick up on it.
    • Anytime Kaepora Gaebora shows up, even for a second in the background, Trick Daddy's "Let's Go" plays.
    • During the Great Bay Coast part of Majora's Mask (the Zora egg sidequest specifically), he constantly talks about turning them into an omelet.
    • Whenever Link faces off with a boss (except for the final one) in Majora's Mask, he does a wrestler-like introduction for Link and the boss.
  • Villain Protagonist: His Banjo-Kazooie/Tooie recaps center around Grunty (and sometimes Klungo) retelling events through a series of rhymes.
  • Vocal Dissonance: He admits in his Let's play of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time that he sounds older than he really is.
  • When He Smiles: He films himself smiling and laughing at a funny video.

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