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"Today, on A Game Of Gods Infinities: A robot monkey is teaching yoga to the champions."
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Okay. That aught to work. Hello. I am Psyga315. You might have seen me make a WMG on a page (most of the time it's a Tokusatsu), or post in the forum games. Speaking of which, I am the creator of the Caption the Avatar Above You Game on the forum. So Yeah. However, I spend much of my time in the RPG section. Down the page you will see what RPGs I played in and who I played them as. I also have a handful of Liveblogs, which are also listed in the page below.

I contain these following tropes:

  • Apologizes A Lot: I say sorry a lot whenever someone falls down. Weather it's my fault or not.
  • Berserk Button: Bill 156, which angers me because if it passes, it will destroy Japan.
    • Likewise for SOPA, only it will destroy America instead of Japan.
  • Brick Joke: In my liveblog on Happily Ever After, I wondered if Maliss' Eye Beams can kill. They can.
  • Catchphrase: Whenever I see something that I really like (mostly in a crossover) I would usually go "SIGN ME UP!"
  • Caustic Critic: If you have ever seen my Liveblogs, you would probably list me in this trope.
  • Cerebus Syndrome: My liveblogs soon adopt a plot that justifies why I liveblog bad stories.
  • Collector of the Strange: When it comes to Avatars.
  • Critical Research Failure: In my Sleeping With Hinako Liveblog, I mentioned how it was meant to be a video helping people sleep. It wasn't. It was really a "sleepover" thing.
  • Chaotic Neutral: On some occasions, I'm very good and helpful, but in other situations, I'll go all trolly just to get a few laughs.
  • For the Lulz/For the Evulz: Usually I do something for a cheap laugh. Including showing a Brony a video showing the darker side of Friendship Is Magic fans.
  • Heroic BSoD: The closest thing I get to actually crying over a fictional character's death is this trope. And when I watched one episode in particular...
  • Idiosyncratic Episode Naming:
    • Every time I review a Pooh's Adventures, I always name it "When Worlds Collide" in tribute to EZ Rider.
    • For the seven part Liveblog of Pooh's Adventures, I name each part after the seven Star Wars Movies.
    • For my Sailor Moon RPG liveblog, I name each part after a song from Sailor Moon, with the main title being Can't Fight The Moonlight Legend.
    • For my thirteen part liveblog of Pooh's Adventures, I named each part after the Thirteen Riders from Kamen Rider Dragon Knight.
    • For the "I Love War" liveblog, most of the parts are named after the first episodes of certain Power Rangers seasons Save for the last one, which is a variation on the first episode of both seasons of an anime.
    • For the Triple Liveblog of Pooh's Adventures, I named each episode similar to Kamen Rider OOO's naming scheme, with one item representing an event from the actions of Pooh's Adventures, Happily Ever After, and The Comment Story.
    • For the twelve part Liveblog of Pooh's Adventures of The Phantom Tollbooth, I named each part after an opening song from the Heisei Kamen Rider Series.
    • For the Madoka Magica live blog, I named each part after something I said, usually in response to the episode title corresponding to the chapter. note 
    • For the American Kitsune liveblog, I use Excited Episode Title!
    • The BLJ's Adventures Of Sleeping Beauty review, I named each part after a title using "Once Upon A" as the first three words.
    • The Annabelle's Wish liveblog has each part making a theory on what Santa Claus is.
    • The Liveblog of the Kacie Boskey Rugrats fanfics has "VS. X" as their titles, with X being what the Rugrats will be crossing over with. In the event that they don't, then it will be vs. the antagonist.
    • The Liveblog of Sonichu often went with this formula: "{Song title/Game title}, {Character}! {sentence that Title Drops a song title or game title}!!", though on rare occasions, the titling is different. Issue #8 is a good example, for it used the titles of two animes. Both of which were from their eighth episodes.
    • The Liveblog of Double Double Toil And Trouble, in flow with the main title, has their titles taken from a scene from Evangelion.
    • The liveblog for the Muppet Movie is similar to the Phantom Pooh's Adventures liveblog, in which songs from Kamen Rider have the word Pooh in it.
    • The Liveblog for the Red Box are all one word, in formula with the naming scheme for the adventure.
  • Never Live It Down: My attitude towards the comic industry. No matter how awesome it makes itself, I'll always crack a joke on how they will kill anyone off for money.
  • Over Nine Thousand: Throughout the beginning of The Phantom Tollbooth liveblog, I had a pun counter set up for every single pun I could find. Cue the Marketplace scene where it broke halfway through the scene, right around the "half baked ideas" part. This was one of the reasons why I didn't use a Les Yay reader in my Madoka Magica liveblog.
  • Running Gag:
    • Whenever someone attempts something in a show (say... using two Maximum Drives at once) and fails, I tend to use this line: "To Quote John Doe, It doesn't work." Sometimes its: It works as well as John Doe trying to play husband.
    • In my liveblogs, when ever I say I am done, Wataru comes in and says that I am not.
    • There is also referencing the wrong show or game.
  • Shout-Out Theme Naming: In the Playing With Defeat Means Friendship page, partially based off how the Cute Witch is always named Ichigo, I decided to name the person being defeated Nigo. In the Defied section, I had to think up a name for the Big Bad and decided to name him Shin.
  • Take That!:
    • To Clannad. Why? Because it depressed me for a while when I began to dig deeper in the story. I felt like putting the creepy faces of Mrs. Lovett and Sweeney Todd on the Odango would make me better.
    • I took another potshot at it when I talked about whether or not I should make the NPCs in the Sailor Moon Tabletop RPG (Not the video game) non-existent.
    • There's many potshots towards A Canterlot Wedding in my Sonichu liveblog.
  • Troll: Several occasions has me doing this to get a few laughs.
  • What Could Have Been: The original naming scheme of the American Kitsune would be similar to the actual scheme, but instead of a plot summed up in a sentence for the second exclaimation point, it would be based off a preexisting episode title (example: The first episode was going to be named "Hero In The Moon"). I didn't go through with it because I couldn't think of any titles that match the context of what was happening in the chapters, save for one. Subverted, as I reworked some titles to resemble titles you'd usually see in Anime (as well as some actual titles that were from Anime).
    • Originally, One More Day Before The Storm would have their titles from the rest of the "God has come to reap the sinners" speech that were leftover from the "The Game Is Just Playing Itself, Jon" liveblog, with the unnamed parts being lines from Enjolras during the song "One Day More" hence the title.
  • Who's on First?: One of my top five favorite jokes to make is to relate words that have different context in certain works, like confusing Witches for Witches. During my liveblog of The Muppet Movie, there is a joke that is mainly a Spiritual Successor to Echo Chamber's own joke on the Chekhov's Gun.
  • You Are The Demons: Soon after the sneak peak at the second season of My Little Pony Friendship Is Magic, I slowly became more Bronier than ever. In a subversion, I never hated the show, just didn't mind it or watched anything beyond the first episode.

You think I have these tropes:

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I also participated in these following fora RPGs

I also made the following Liveblogs

Some of these have a plot, and thus they are marked with (PLOT) at the end.
This page will evolve in time.