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BedrockPerson is a rather little known YouTube user that started out in 2013. Since then, while having a small fanbase, has become popular in the SM64 Machinima Community, even gaining attention from SM64B greats such as SMG4 and MarioMario54321
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More specifically, there are 3 main series on the channel, the sparsely-updated Minecraft, the ended mega-popular Super Mario 64 Bloopers series, and the incumbent G-Mod series, The Wonderful Misadventures of Jerry and Joe.

There is a second channel for extras and behind-the-scenes looks. There's also an ended horror experiment loosely tied to the main channel known as Zion.


Tropes Also Included:

  • Acid-Trip Dimension: To a lesser extent, the Candleverse. To a larger extent, Gascot's...home?
  • all lowercase letters: bedrockperson's name (as opposed to BedrockPerson or Jacob)
  • Affably Evil: Master Hand in general.
  • Art Shift: Done deliberately whenever a character is doing something not possible in Super Mario 64, where Garry's Mod ragdolls are used instead. Perhaps the biggest ones in the Dimensional Discrepancy series.
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  • Arc Words: "I see you", "Bad things are coming"
  • Author Avatar: All 3 Bedrocks...and Master Hand... And Gascot.
  • Ax-Crazy: bedrock in The Dimensional Discrepancy
  • Big "NO!": Jacob in The Mission
  • Call-Back: Several, along with many other self-referential gags. Highlights include:
    • Jacob getting cancer after the second blooper places him in toxic waste
    • White Noise and the Monster
    • Master Hand never being shown leaving the dimension.
  • Continuity Nod: See Call Back
  • Don't Try This at Home The message of The Injury: Don't do drugs.
  • Early Installment Weirdness: Many of the earlier episodes can fall into this, preferably those that show the SM64 HUD on the top of the screen or don't use Garry's Mod.
  • Everything Trying to Kill You: Happens to Jacob after he challenges the world to show that he hates him in "Prototype Blooper"
  • Genius Ditz: Jacob....or is he?
  • Groin Attack: Happens several times, most notably to bedrock in The Dimensional Discrepancy 2 Complete with bone crunch sound effect! Ah! Don't!
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  • Made of Explodium: Jacob in the first blooper.
  • Meaningful Name: This tripe comes into play mostly in creepypastas. Examples include Dr. Lenatzel whose name is a rough alliteration of the Hebrew word meaning "manipulate" or Joseph, named for the first son of Jacob.
  • Mood Whiplash: First, the Canyouseethewords videos. Then, Gascot was introduced. Then things just went all down hill from there.
  • Multi-Part Episode: The Return 1 and 2, The Rescue, The Dimensional Discrepancy 2, and many others.
  • My Name Is ???: Any character who speaks but whose name is not yet revealed is represented by this.
  • No Fourth Wall: A lot.
  • Offscreen Moment of Awesome: Happens a lot considering Bedrock's limitations in making videos. Satirized as the ending of The Injury
  • Palette Swap: Due to being in a community full of this, YouTube users mostly are a recolor of Mario, even if they're a girl (Pinkolol16). Even his own brother Luigi suffers the same fate, despite there existing customized and playable Luigi models in select Super Mario 64 ROM hacks.
  • Put on a Bus: Understandably, with so many people a part of the SM64 cast, certain figures are bound to go entire months without being seen. Lampshaded in The Dimensional Discrepancy 2 and The Games
  • Revenge
  • Self-Fulfilling Prophecy: After learning that Gascot was a time-travelling bedrockperson, bedrock goes back in time to stop Gascot from doing anyone harm. When he realizes his very actions to stop Gascot have brought Gascot into being, he loses his mind, becoming Gascot.
  • The Movie: The Dimensional Discrepancy 2
  • The "The" Title: With the exception of a couple episodes, every video regarding Super Mario 64 begins with a "the"
  • Time-Travel Episode: Aptly named "The Adventure Through Time"
  • Toilet Humor: Not that much. The closest really is an off-screen moment where a booby-trapped toilet ends up shooting someone.
  • Wiki Rule: Here.

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