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"Ladies and gentlemen, my name is Elison Cruz, and welcome to TVTropes!"

Elison Cruz is a YouTube user who uploads Let's Play videos for various games, though he is more well known for uploading videos of DLC for various rhythm video games.

Current Let's Plays

    Previous Let's Plays 

His Let's Plays can be found here. His older Guitar Hero and Rock Band videos can be found here, and he currently uploads Rocksmith and Bandfuse videos here.

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  • Catchphrase: "Ladies and gentlemen, my name is Elison Cruz, and welcome to [video game name]."
    • "Hey buddy, how's it going?"
  • Delayed Reaction: Invoked accidentally - Elison records videos quite far in advance before they are uploaded, so he often isn't able to react quickly to any advice given to him in the comments.
  • Excuse Me While I Multitask: He listens to music while recording his Let's Play of Skyward Sword.
  • Genius Ditz: In a vein similar to Chuggaaconroy, he rambles very frequently throughout his videos, but always stops to point out important details or strategies in all of the games he plays.
  • Hidden Depths: As his Rocksmith and Bandfuse videos show, he is actually very good at playing guitar. Not only that, but he has a band with his brother.
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  • Hoist by His Own Petard/Karma Houdini Warranty: He mentioned that when he and his brother tried to get a copyright for their band's music, he was told that he had essentially been put on a copyright blacklist due to all of the content he had uploaded.
  • Motor Mouth: Tends to talk very fast and frequently throughout his videos, though he will be quiet during any important cutscenes.
  • Running Gag: Whenever he encounters a certain timed challenge in a game, he encourages his viewers to leave video responses showing their times on the same challenges.
    • After YouTube removed video responses, he continued saying this anyway as a Take That!.
  • Shown Their Work: He frequently gives plenty of insight into different tips and tricks for each game he plays.
    • This is especially evident in his Shadow of the Colossus Let's Play, where he goes very in depth into the game's mechanic and also discusses various details about the game's development.

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