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LuigiFan00001 (or LuigiFan) is a YouTube channel with a large variety of plush series.

Starting with Total Stuffed Fluffed Island back in 2007, LuigiFan has begin making various videos which involve characters from video games partaking in whichever their misadventures take them. Some of these characters come from obscure video games/cartoons, while others come in custom plushes which are hard to find. Whether it be the huge plotlines of Total Stuffed Fluffed Island, Super PacMan Plush, or Plants vs. Zombies Plush, or something nice and simple like in Super Plush Mario or Cooking ala Chef Piggy, each series features great and lovable fictional characters!

At first in life back in 2014, LuigiFan was slightly arrogant in terms of killing characters off in humorous, yet rather gruesome ways. However, later on in life, he acted more kind and considerate than he used to be, thus also expanding his audience as well with new ideas and videos to come later on in life.

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His channel can be viewed here: https://www.youtube.com/user/luigifan00001/featured


Tropes exhibited by LuigiFan00001's videos:

     Plants vs. Zombies Plush 
  • Abhorrent Admirer: Coney for Newspaper Zombie.
    • Snow Pea for Peashooter.
  • Aborted Arc: The "Paco & Peashooter's Adventures" series originally made it seem as though Head Zombie was planning to break away from Dr. Zomboss for his own reasons. This was downplayed in later videos and the zombies appear but are less important to the plot.
  • Arch-Enemy: Captain Bubblebeard to Citron; Super Bean (Laser Bean's alter ego) to Super Brainz.
  • Anti-Hero: Citron, although he did mellow out later.
  • Ascended Extra: The little zombie that Gargantuar throws in the game is just a mook. Here he's named "Little Oompah Loompa Guy" and given more character.
  • The Bad Guy Wins: Sometimes, the zombies are victorious.
  • Berserk Button: Jedediah the cowboy zombie has a Woody doll he carries everywhere. Touch it at your own peril.
    • During the Q&A videos, Citron became frequently aggravated over all the questions about where Sunflower was or if Peashooter liked her.
    • Arnold & Little Munchkin Oompa Loompa Guy are protective of each other, and attacking one in the other's presence is not a smart idea.
  • Big Bad: Dr. Zomboss.
  • Big Good: Sunflower, then Royal Hypno Flower until she was killed.
  • The Big Guy: Mac, the largest of all the plants.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Sunflower, in her "Dr. Sunflowerstien" persona, thanks to an electric chip implanted in her labcoat.
  • Breakout Character:
    • From the plants, Citron, Peashooter & Paco.
    • From the zombies, Coney.
  • Butt-Monkey: Duckweed is the least liked or respected of the zombies, even by his own teammates. LuigiFan describes him as a character you Love to Hate.
    • On the plants side is Tall-Nut; most of his appearances either have him complaining about not being used, or being eaten by zombies.
  • Captain Ersatz: The official wiki states that several characters' personalities are based on others. For example, Bolbi the Imp is based on the Funny Foreigner of the same name from The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron down to the voice and love of "clapping & slapping."
    • Bonk Choy is based on Gooby from Dolan. Later, a Cob Cannon would rename himself "Dolan," though he otherwise has no connection to the comic.
    • Imitater's voice is based on LeQuack
  • Catch Phrase:
    • Ed: "Time to make the donuts."
    • Norm: "Boss, what if this plan fails?" although he eventually stopped using this.
    • Little Munchkin Oompa Loompa Dude: "You killed Arnold!"
    • Fume Shroom: "Ham-bur-ger!"
    • Laser Bean: "La la tra."
    • Imitater: "How annoying."
    • Battalion: "Death from above!" & "suppression fire!"
    • Teeny Weeny: "FOOLS!"
    • Saucer Squash: "IT'S/I'M AN AILEN!
  • The Cameo: Calla Marie appears as a boss in the 15th "Peashooter & Paco's Adventure" episode.
  • Crossover: Characters from Super Mario Bros., Minecraft, & The Binding of Isaac have all appeared in the videos.
  • Death Is Cheap: Characters can die in one video and immediately pop up, right as rain, in the next one.
  • Disco Dan: Disco the zombie, natch.
  • Divergent Character Evolution: While there are a few that are groups, the plants & zombies are made singular characters and given names and unique identities that help set them apart.
  • The Dragon: Head Zombie.
  • Enemy Mine: On some occasions, the plants & zombies will team up to deal with a greater threat such as the Yeti or the Gnomes.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Both Dr. Zomboss & Head Zombie have sons (Ed & Caput, respectively).
  • Everything Sounds Sexier in French: Electric Blueberry speaks with a French accent.
  • Fourth-Wall Mail Slot: "Plants vs. Zombies Q&A," where fans sent in their questions to various characters; there were so many, they took up four videos.
  • The Friend No One Likes: Duckweed & Guitar Guy to the zombies.
  • Gotta Catch 'Em All: The goal of "Peashooter & Paco's Adventure" is to find all the Z-Crystals so they can win the $10,000 prize.
  • Gratuitous Spanish: Paco.
  • Grey-and-Grey Morality: Normally, the plants are the good guys, and the zombies are the bad guys, but some plants are jerkasses (Citron) or genocidal (Royal Hypno Flower), while many of the zombies are actually pretty nice, when they're not trying to get brains.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Bellsprout is defeated in the "Peashooter & Paco's Adventures" by being devoured by his own carnivorous plants.
  • Idiosyncratic Theme Naming: Every episode of "Peashooter & Paco's Adventures" is named after the location where it takes places.
  • Improvised Weapon: Captain George attacks with his dolphin.
  • Insistent Terminology: Gnomes don't play pranks or jokes, but "antics."
  • In the Back: How Royal Hypno Flower meets her end, courtesy of Caput.
  • It Is Pronounced Tropay: Is the character's name pronounced "sit-ron" or "cite-ron?" This has been discussed by the characters themselves.
  • Large Ham: Super Brainz. Teeny Weeny too, although in his case he's more of a small ham.
  • Laser-Guided Karma: In "Peashooter & Paco's Adventures-Disney World" Peashooter says he hopes Wood Man gets punished for throwing him and Paco into a vortex. Sure enough, at the end, seagulls attack him.
  • Loads and Loads of Characters: There are a large number of plant and zombie characters, and the "Peashooter & Paco's Adventure" series only adds more for each side.
  • Mad Bomber: Lobber the imp, complete with package bombs.
  • Mind-Control Eyes: Hypno Shroom & Royal Hypno Flower both have them.
  • Mooks: The pirate zombies are the most frequent.
  • Mook Maker: Disco's main power, in addition to his Healing Factor, is to summon EEE's to help the zombies.
  • Murder the Hypotenuse: Snow Pea tried this once with Sunflower, but it failed.
  • Mythology Gag:
    • "Brainiac Maniac" the "final" episode of the series, ends with the zombies & plants making a music video together, as the first game did (complete with a cover of the "Zombies on my lawn" song by CharmeleonWarrior.
  • Named by the Adaptation: These videos give names to some of the zombies & plants such as Coney (conehead), Jocky (football zombie), Captain George (scuba zombie with dolphin), Arnold (Garganutar), Paco (Cactus) and others.
  • No Body Left Behind: The ultimate fate of Royal Hypno-Flower, since she was composed entirely of Plantoid Z.
  • No Indoor Voice: Mugalo, a rocker themed zombie, pretty much shouts all the time.
  • Official Couple: Peashooter & Sunflower. Citron was nearly one with Royal Hypno Flower, but her single-minded desire to wipe out the zombies and eventual death put an end to that.
  • Older Than They Look: Despite his small size, Little Munchkin Ooompa Loompa Dude is apparently 45 years old.
    • Fume Shroom mentioned in the second Q&A video that his kids have fast aging, and, while most of them are about 12, Paco Jr. is 40 years old.
  • Only in It for the Money: Imitater revealed in "Paco & Peashooter's Adventures" that was the reason for his Face–Heel Turn was so he could be the star and make lots of money.
  • Pokémon Speak: With the exceptions of Casual note  Caput, Little Fry, Little Duckies and EEE #7, the EEE's are only capable of saying "EEE!" repeatedly.
  • Prehensile Hair: Diez, a zombie introduced in "Peashooter & Paco's Adventure" has this, which he uses either as whips or to zap his opponents.
  • Punch-Clock Villain: Most of the zombies are pretty friendly guys and and are only really "evil" because they need to eat brains to live.
  • Pungeon Master: Chill Will loves to make ice puns, much to the disgust of Snapdragon.
  • Put on a Bus: Sunflower, after being blasted into a coma by Mr. Coconut when she tried to attack Peashooter due to being Brainwashed and Crazy.
    • The Bus Came Back: She returned a few episodes later, but was demoted as leader of the plants.
  • Rhymes on a Dime: The Shopkeeper note  talks this way, but drops it if he's frustrated.
  • Shout-Out:
    • The videos usually feature references to several memes.
    • In the first of the Q&A videos, when Ed was asked if he liked buttered toast, he replied in the voice of his namesake from that show.
    • One of the later zombies, Mugalo, is a fan of the group Insane Mime Posse.
    • Super Brainz said that Captain America is his favorite Marvel superhero.
    • Dr. Zomboss often threatens his minions with "grounding" if they fail.
  • The Smurfette Principle: There is only one female zombie, and her appearances are few & far between.
  • The Sociopath: Royal Hypno Flower; her official wiki entry says that she is incapable of showing any emotion except for hatred of the zombies. This is understandable, since she's made entirely of Plantoid Z (save for DNA from Sunflower & Hypno Shroom) which can make plants violent.
  • Spin-Off: Two of them; "Peashooter & Paco's Adventure," which starred the titular duo searching for crystals in various locations, to win $10,000 and "Robot Peashooter," a Robot Chicken inspired series featuring various cast members.
  • The Starscream: Head Zombie takes this role in the aforementioned "Peashooter & Paco's Adventure."
  • Surrounded by Idiots: Dr. Zomboss & Head Zombie have this opinion regarding their minions.
  • Terrible Trio: Hammer, Boom & Gong.
  • Third-Person Person: Paco the cactus & Arnold of the zombies.
  • Those Two Bad Guys: Arnold and Little Munchkin Oompa Loompa Dude.
  • Too Dumb to Live: A lot of the zombies, especially Ed, although they're undead anyway.
  • Verbal Tic: Uh, Jim the cowboy zombie tends to say "uh" and "probably" in nearly all of his sentences, probably.
  • Villain Episode: Since the zombies are the villains, there are several videos starring them, such as "the Cereal Killers."
  • Wilhelm Scream: Literally with the zombie named Wilhelm, who utters this scream when killed.
  • Yandere: Snow Pea was this to Peashooter, but she eventually dropped it once she got over him and hooked up with Gatling Pea.
  • Your Size May Vary: Excluding intentionally large characters like Mac & Arnold, some zombies are bigger than others due to the size of their plush, including Snorkler, Jocky, & Sprinter.

     Super Plush Mario 
  • Art Shift: The beginning of "Bowser & Shantae" is done entirely in Legos.
  • Artifact Title: Most of the videos barely feature Mario nowadays, usually starring either Bowser, Luigi or Wario.
  • Calling Your Attacks: In the "An amiibo hunt of Speed & Stealth" video, Lust actually says "smack" & "dropkick" before she performs said moves on Sonic.
  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: The Koopalings seemed to have disappeared.
    • Pom Pom, a tough mook and Love Interest for Roy, hasn't been seen since "Stuck in a Warp Pipe."
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Crow is mentioned by Lord Brevon in "Bowser's Bad Guy Meeting" before he makes his official debut in episode 27 of "Total Stuffed Fluffed Island."
  • Evil vs. Evil: The video "Bowser's Bad Guy Meeting" had the King of the Koopas organize a meeting with a number of video game bad guys to discuss defeating their foes. However, Lord Brevon interrupts, unimpressed by the villains' lack of success and kicks out all the ones who are either failures or have teamed up with their arch-nemesis at least once note  leading to the ousted villains teaming up to foil Brevon and the others.
  • Humiliation Conga: "Stuck in a Warp Pipe" has Roy as the title says and having to undergo humiliation when Larry has other people pay to see him.
  • Mythology Gag: Kamek's father, Wizenheimer, is said to be the Magikoopa from the Super Mario World animated series note .
  • Naked Koopas Are Funny: Wizenheimer, Kamek's father, is always getting naked and having "sexy parties."
  • Non-Indicative Name: Despite the title, many episodes don't even feature Mario and star Wario, Bowser and/or the Koopalings instead.
  • Official Couple: Mario & Princess Peach, Luigi & Daisy.
  • Rogues Gallery Transplant: Ridley now works for Bowser instead of the Space Pirates. Averted in "the Revenge of Ridley" episode, where he regains his former height and is out for Bowser's head.
  • Serious Business: Amiibo hunting.
    • Paying your taxes, as Yoshi learned the hard way.
    • Races for Wario, also carried over from "Total Stuffed Fluffed Island."
  • Shout-Out: Several.
  • Take That!: The entire "lost episode" is pretty much one for Beck. He's a Small Name, Big Ego with an annoying voice, many aspects of the commercial for his game are mocked (such as the "pizza" explosions and the infamous "make the bad guys cry like an anime fan on prom night" line) and he's treated as basically an annoyance to everyone, including Mega Man. note 
  • Villain Episode: Several episodes star Bowser, Wario, the Koopalings, and even the Broodals.
  • Villain Team-Up: Occurs in the "Bowser's Bad Guy Meeting" video, although it doesn't go well and devolves into Evil vs. Evil.
  • Wasteful Wishing: In "Bowser & Shantae" Dr. Wasabi Cookie uses a wish to get a top hat, so she can sing "Hello My Baby" Lampshaded, natch.
    Shantae: (watching on) Well, that just happened.
    Dark Star: I'm not getting hair because of this?!
  • Would Hurt a Child: Ridley has no problem threatening Bowser Jr. as part of his revenge against his dad.

     Super Plush PacMan 

     Cooking ala Chef Piggy 
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     Angry Birds Plush 
  • Back for the Finale: Pretty much every bird related plush returns for the Grand Finale, including some that appeared in previous episodes such as Captain Cluck
  • Bittersweet Ending: How the series eventually ends. The birds island is destroyed by Spectre Knight, but they managed to prove their innocence, Chef Piggy is defeated for good and the eggs finally hatch.
  • Catch Phrase:
    • King Pig: "Sorry I'm late everybody" and "I'm bored!"
  • Gender Flip: The female Matilda is now the male Mathias.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Despite trying to kill and cook the birds in his first appearance, Captain Cluck returns in the finale and is recruited to help them, making one of these in the process.
  • Insistent Terminology: It's "Beak," not Hal.
  • Large and in Charge: King Pig is one of biggest pig plushies and is their ruler.
  • Pokémon Speak: The pig known as Mustachio can only say his own name. Lampshades in the episode "All Clucked Up", where it becomes subverted.
  • The Starscream: The official wiki says Chef Pig is this, but it rarely comes up. He finally does this in the Series Finale, where he rats out King Pig to the police.
  • Take That!: Whenever Leonard shows up, King Pig will always yell at him and say that no one wants him around.

     Total Stuffed Fluffed Island 
  • Adaptational Heroism: DJ Octavio is treated as a nice guy and relatively harmless, arguing that his status as the Big Bad of Splatoon was due to propaganda from Judd turning him against the Inklings.
  • Adaptational Villainy: Most of the Calara Corps members, including Swinub and Kermit the Frog. Although they do end up reforming later.
  • The Atoner: Marie becomes this after episode 21, attempting to make up for all the bad things she did previously.
    • After she joins the game as a contestant, Callie attempts to make up for her actions as leader of the Calara Corps.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Clyde is usually one of the nicest contestants, but, as seen in the Valley Girl challenge in episode 25, even he can be pushed too far.
  • Big Bad Ensemble: Episode 44 reveals Meta Knight founded the Calara Corps, but during the episode, it turns out he was a puppet for Hyness, whom was responsible for the events that happened throughout Season 3 and is the true main antagonist of the whole season.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: The Calara Corps do this to several villains, and even some of the contestants. Also, Callie herself, which is why she's leading the group.
  • Breaking the Fourth Wall: Justified, as they are on a reality show.
  • Cast as a Mask: LuigiFan voices the mysterious Calara Corps leader in several episodes before The Reveal in episode 31 which helps conceal the fact that it's actually Callie.
  • Catch Phrase:
    • Rotom: "I love electronics!"
    • Chef Crackachu: "I haaate yooou!"
    • Olimar: "Hello, dumbasses" note 
  • Chainsaw Good: Kermit the Frog uses one in episode 5, and it returns in several more episodes.
  • Cluster Bleep-Bomb: Yveltal emits one in the confessional after losing in episode 9.
  • Curse Cut Short: Used frequently, most notably during episode 26 when Jazz finds out she's being partnered with Baz for the dating challenge:
    Jazz: (in the confessional) FFFFFFFFFUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU....
  • Darker and Edgier: Episode 31 "Calara's House of Chaos"; several of the contestants are actually killed, the brainwashing is treated as quite horrible and there's the whole family drama between Callie & Marie.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: The reason given as to why Coney was eliminated in episode 31? He had been swallowed by Gurdy and could have freed himself, but didn't.
  • Early Installment Weirdness: Elimination ceremonies originally gave out marshmallows, like on Total Drama Island.
    • When he first appeared in episode 19, Grave Clobber acted more like his Skylanders self, with a more gravelly voice, and explicitly acknowledged he would be paid with money. Later videos had him as a Nice Guy and he mentioned he was paid in doughnuts (which was reduced to a bagel when Mew was angry with him).
  • Even Evil Has Standards: While Mew & Mewtwo enjoy tormenting the contestants, there are a few examples where they can be nice:
    • After Dark Bum is injured in episode 13, Mew praises his drive to get back in the game despite his injuries and wishes him well on his recovery.
    • Although Mewtwo and Jazz normally hate each other, Mewtwo does thank Jazz for saying she'd rather have him as host over Crow in episode 28.
    • In episode 37, Mew makes Inky drive a mech to attack Cofagrigus & Chef Kawasaki to decide which of them gets back in the game. After Dedede saves the day, Mewtwo thanks him, admitting Mew can get out of control.
  • Evil Makeover: Callie gets one in episode 32, identical to her appearance in Splatoon 2.
  • Explosive Leash: After Callie is freed from her brainwashing, Conquest reports that she has a chip implanted in her by whoever brainwashed her that will only deactivate if said person says the code phrase; if Callie says it, or reveals who put it in her, it'll explode.
  • Gentle Giant: Grave Clobber from Skylanders is this role down to a tee.
  • He Who Fights Monsters: Meta Knight becomes so obsessed with weeding out "the evil of the game" that he begins acting like a villain himself. Lampshaded by Luigi. Ends up being averted, as he was being controlled by Hyness.
  • Improvised Weapon: The "Snipe to Win" challenge has the contestants trying to take each other out, using whatever they can. Some of these include Drew Pickles,Goombas & a bowl of cereal.
  • Interspecies Romance: Several examples:
    • Bowser (a dinosaur thing) is in love with Rosalina (a human-like person from space).
    • Baz (human) likes Jazz note  (Octoling)
  • Jaded Washout: Chef Crackachu appears to be one, as witnessed by this quote.
    Chef Crackachu: You see, I'm like a Pikachu, but I can't evolve & I hate my life.
  • Jerkass: Drifblim most notably, leading to her elimination.
    • Also Citron, especially to Sonic. Though later revealed to be a Jerkass Façade he uses to get close to potential threats and eliminate them from the game.
  • Massive Multiplayer Crossover: The show features characters from DuckTales, Angry Birds, Splatoon Plants vs. Zombies, and many more.
  • Non-Gameplay Elimination: Two examples;
    • Dark Bum was eliminated in episode 13 due to injury after the puzzle game they were playing exploded.
    • Scrooge was removed due to injury after being hit with the train cars Coney, Clyde & Citron were using for their game.
  • Promoted to Playable: Crackachu was the chef for Season 2 of the show and is now a contestant for season 3, much to his displeasure, as he'd rather be cooking.
  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech: Rosalina gives one to Drifblim in episode 6, shortly before the latter is eliminated.
    • Marionette gives one to Marie in episode 20, after a pep talk from his Fazbear's Pizza buddies causes him to grow a spine and be tired of her manipulating him.
  • Related in the Adaptation: Magolor is Hyness's son in these videos, despite the two not being related, or, at least until Kirby Star Allies not even appearing in the same game.
  • The Reveal: Episode 31 reveals Callie as the leader of the Calara Corps, the mysterious group of villains that had been causing trouble for much of the show, and that she formed it to get revenge on Marie for taking her spot on the show.
    • : Episode 42 revealed that Hyness, Magolor's dad, was behind everything
  • Running Gag: The few times that Mewtwo uses the confessional, he always has a different caption next to him.
    • Monstro coming back.
    • Whenever a video game character or something else with a bad reputation is destroyed, someone will comment "and nothing of value was lost."
  • Secret Test of Character: The "Valley Girl" challenge in episode 25; those who acted like valley girls actually failed the challenge, as it was to teach the contestants not to be something they aren't.
  • Screw This, I'm Out of Here!: Chef Crackachu tries to pull this in episode 28 to escape the princess challenge, but is quickly brought back by Becky. Becky also pulls it at the end when the hosts return to attack her boss.
    • Skeleton T pulls this in episode 21, or so everyone thinks.
  • Ship Tease: Episode 19 has Bowser admit to Rosalina that he likes her, with her admitting the same. This leads to them becoming an Official Couple.
    • Baz develops a crush on Jazz, although the feeling isn't mutual... at least until his elimination, where she kisses him and tells him to call her.
  • Shout-Out: The whole series is one to Total Drama and even shares several of the same aspects, such as confessionals done in a bathroom, a sadistic host and even an episode about dealing with fears.
    • Clyde's original song at the end of episode is sung to the tune of the Bob the Builder theme.
  • Show Some Leg: Rosalina does this in episode 22 to help retrieve some eggs, though she admits she doesn't enjoy it.
  • Take That!:
    • A plush version of Dipper appears in episode 21, but no one knows or cares who he is, his voice is a copy of Beck's and he is the only character to explode after being eliminated.
    • Episode 20 is themed around Five Nights at Freddy's. The characters frequently mock the premise of the game and often defeat the animatronics with thier own skills, and said animatronics are made Lighter and Softer, turning them into jokes (Freddy talks like Yogi Bear, Golden Freddy can only say duh.. etc) except for Springtrap, who's still a Knight of Cerebus.
    • As part of the scary story in episode 17, the story is about a television that plays nothing but Pooh's Adventures [[note]] Lugifan is a noted critic of the series, having left comments on several anti-Pooh's Adventures videos]].
  • The Thing That Would Not Leave: Monstro keeps coming back, despite his elimination, much to Mew & Mewtwo's frustration.
  • Those Three Guys: The Hitchhiking Ghosts, who are rarely seen apart.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Marionette, after spending most of the show as Marie's lackey, finally gives her a "The Reason You Suck" Speech in episode 20 and becomes a more diabolical mastermind. However, an encounter with Baby several episodes later undoes it, turning him back into the whiny guy he was before and leading to his elimination.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: Olimar is more of a jerk here than he ever was in his original game, or even in earlier videos.
    • Drifblim too, which eventually leads to her elimination.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Pancakes for Callie.
    • Fruit Loops for Gonzo. However, if he eats too many, he goes crazier than usual.
  • True Companions: Pakista, Parara & Spike. when Pakista was eliminated, the other two allowed themselves to be eliminated so they could all be together.
    • Also, the Hitchhiking Ghosts.
  • Vocal Dissonance: Both Clefy and Sumomo are female, but speak with gravelly male voices for comic effect.
  • Vocal Evolution: Marie & Jazz sound different in the first few videos.
  • Waxing Lyrical: In the princess challenge in episode 28, Wario's attempt to prove himself a princess is reciting lyrics from "Holding Out For a Hero" by Bonnie Tyler.
  • Wham Episode: Number 31 "Calara's House of Chaos." The contestants are abducted and taken to the Calara Corps mansion HQ where several of them are brainwashed with the rest(sans Bowser & Marie)killed. Marie learns that her cousin, Callie is the group's leader and formed the group for the purpose of destroying her, leaving her broken. Although Grave Clobber and his "Anti-Calara Corps" save the day, Callie escapes, vowing revenge.
    • Number 43 "Scavenge of Four" Several contestants return and Meta Knight activates the bomb inside Callie, also revealing himself as the founder of the Calara Corps, and the one who brainwashed her in the first place. Despite all this, Callie ends up quitting the game, and he remains a contestant and is not punished in anyway.
    • Number 44 "Triple the Threats!" tops even the previous one; The villains take over the game, and it's also revealed that Meta Knight was actually a pawn of the true mastermind, Hyness, Magolor's father, who did everything so his son would succeed. Magolor proceeds to defeat his evil father and Meta Knight is eliminated, leaving Mags and Octavio as the final two.
  • Wham Shot: In episode 31, Marie thinks the brainwashing song performed by the Calara Corps leader sounds familiar and sets off to find the source. After finding the door, she is shocked to discover the singer is her cousin, Callie.
  • "What Do They Fear?" Episode: Episode 15 has the cast facing their fears. Like in the Total Drama episode with the same premise, many of their fears are very stupid.
  • "Where Are They Now?" Epilogue: How the show ultimately ends.

     The Legend of Monstro 
  • Apologetic Attacker: Marie in "The Marie Mission."
  • Art Initiates Life: Putata's main power; Woomy can also do it.
  • Art Shift: Shurara's flashback to his past in "The Marie Mission" is done in drawings.
  • Bad Boss: Shurara always punishes his corps members for their failures and even killed one when they annoyed him.
  • Boss Rush: In the final battle, Monstro must battle each Shurara Corps member again before facing Shurara himself.
  • Bootstrapped Theme: The theme song of the series is a cover version of the theme for King Arthur & the Knights of Justice of all things.
  • Casting a Shadow: Kagege of the Shurara Corps has shadow-themed powers.
  • Catch Phrase:
    • Monstro: "Nyerp"
    • Putata: "Yo guys, I'm (airhorn noise) Putata."
  • Chair Reveal: Shurara in "Off the Hook."
  • Cool and Unusual Punishment: After Gyroro seems okay with whatever punishment Shurara plans to give to her, he decides to send her to the "kitty realm" instead, which causes her to react in fear.
  • Crossover: "The Marie Mission" takes place during "Total Stuffed Fluffed Island," with Mew & Mewtwo still angry over Monstro constantly coming back.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Both of Mekeke's fights with Monstro had him easily defeated.
  • Enemy Mine: "Power of the Peacock" sees Peacock team up with Monstro to battle Kagege.
    • Mustard Cookie also helps Monstro and co against Yukiki in "Wasabi's Wonderful Weapon."
  • Fighting Your Friend: Mekeke's plan in "Attack on Air Man!" by using his powers to make the other Basement Boys fight Monstro and throw him off the Avi News Network building.
  • Forgot About His Powers: Lampshaded in "the Marie Mission" after the Basement Boys fall down several flights of stairs.
    Gemini: You can fly, Duke! For a limited time, but you could've flown!
  • Gotta Catch 'Em All: The Basement Boys are searching for crayons.
  • An Ice Person: Yukiki; he even looks like a snowman.
  • Kick the Dog: In "Hustle for Heracross" after Heracross turns down Shurara's offer to join him, he responds by stabbing him with his lance.
  • Mundane Made Awesome: Four misfits fight evil...to locate crayons and make a rainbow.
  • Oh, Crap!: Woomy, before she disappears her subtitles read "oh squit."
  • Ragtag Bunch of Misfits: The heroes are a weird blob, a little guy with a sibling attached to him by a cord, a grey blob who speaks Spanish or gibberish and a large worm.
  • Rogues Gallery Transplant: The villains in the series are The Shurara Corps.
  • Shout-Out:
    • Gemini's main attacks are those of Ness.
  • This Cannot Be!: Said in "The Gambler's Gauntlet" albeit in a completely deadpan voice.
    Celestia Ludenberg: But I never lose. I, Celestia Ludenberg, do not lose.
  • Villain Song: "Shuramania" from "War of the Woomy!" a parody of "Pyromania" by Cascada.

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  • Abhorrent Admirer: Well, "abhorrent" is perhaps a little strong, but Luigi is certainly disturbed by Squigly's attraction to him.
  • Adaptational Heroism: In her home game Susie is extremely haughty towards others (especially Kirby and the Popstar denizens) and motivated solely by profit, even double-crossing her boss (and dad) to sell the Star Dream. In these videos, her greed is non-existent, and although she does occasionally show some haughtiness, it's not as bad as before.
  • Author Appeal: LuigiFan really loves indie games like Shovel Knight, Cookie Run, Skullgirls, Enter the Gungeon, Castle Crashers and others and characters from the games appear frequently in his videos, usually in supporting roles. For example, the Painter & Hatty Hattington of the latter appear often, while the knights themselves have only appeared in one video.
  • Butt-Monkey: Tingle, and with good reason.
  • Content Warnings: Most of the older videos have these, usually delivered by either The Painter, Bubble Man, Avi or Citron, saying if a video contains flashing lights and "strong language used in a funny way" or "language that may not be for those who get offended easily."
  • Crack Pairing: The third Valentine's day video had Weavile making several of these (including Tingle & Nabbit) before the police arrested her.
  • Denser and Wackier: The videos, (sans the Valentines episodes and even then not much) are usually light hearted and often mock various gaming tropes or franchises.
  • Does Not Like Guns: Magolor & Taranza, as seen in their reaction to when Susie produces hers in "Kirby's Antagonistic Allies."
  • The Dreaded: Shrek as seen in "Go Smash or Go Spirits."
  • Enemy Mine: "A Formula for Heartbreak" sees the heroes teaming with Valentine, who was the Big Bad of the last two Valentine's specials, to stop the mysterious love virus.
  • Gosh Dang It to Heck!: If a video doesn't have a Content Warning, it will likely include a combination of this, Unusual Euphemism, Curse Cut Short and/or Sound-Effect Bleep.
  • If I Can't Have You...: As shown in "AdolScience: A Valentine's Day Special" this is what led to Valentine's plot. When she was younger, she befriended and eventually gained a crush on Parasoul, but the latter abandoned her, so she decided if she couldn't have love, then no one else would either.
  • Interspecies Romance: Usually in the Valentine's specials, and always in the case of Callie.
  • Most Common Superpower: Some of the custom plush women have quite large breasts (yes, really). This is most notable on Risky Boots, Parasoul, Valentine & Squigly.
  • Not Me This Time: "A Formula For Heartbreak" has the gang thinking that Valentine is the one behind the love virus, forcing her to find the true culprit and prove her innocence.
  • Redemption Rejection: At the end of "A Formula for Heartbreak," Conquest, impressed by Valentine's skills, suggests recruiting her. However, Valentine is against that noting that "I'm no hero, I'm a woman of science."
  • Running Gag:
    • Whenever a character crashes into something/gets beaten up, they will usually emit a deadpan "ow!"
    • When a character is seen as taller than them, they will say "Wow, you are really tall" as a response.
    • Every Valentine's Day video always has Callie dating a weird character, and Marie reacting to it.
      • Characters often end up either falling/being thrown down stairs or a bannister.
  • Serious Business: As shown in "A Formula for Heartbreak" apparently making weird ships will get you arrested and sent to prison.
  • Ship Tease: Although Susie says she's not really into love, her interactions with Magolor could be perceived as something more than friendly.
  • Speaking Simlish: Soundbites from Splatoon are used along with subtitles for Woomy's dialogue.
  • Stylistic Suck: Played for Laughs, obviously. Since the videos primarily use plush, vehicles are always some kind of toy cars and cardboard items or clearly superimposed images are often used as well.
  • Talking Animal: Most animal characters have the ability to speak English.
  • Unexplained Recovery: If characters "die" in one video, they'll just show up, right as rain, in another. Justified, because they have "extra lives" due to being video game characters.
    • Lampshaded in the "King K. Rool's Smashing Krevenge!" video:
    Krusha: (falls out of paddle boat) Croc overboard!
    Kremling: Should we do something, sir?
    King K. Rool: Oh leave him, he'll be back in the next scene anyway.
  • Verbal Tic: The Lamb has one of these, probably.
  • Villain Protagonist: King K. Rool in "the Smashing Adventures of King K. Rool" or his reaction videos.
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