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  • Acceptable Ethnic Targets:
    • Whenever Chugga attempts to sound dim-witted he will usually speak in a Southern drawl. In one video he even elaborates by giving his Southern accent the name 'Clint' and saying the voice has 18 cousins. It helps that Chuggaa was actually born in Arizona.
    • Emile's also made a number of jokes at the expense of Mexicans and the French; crosses over with N-Word Privileges and Self-Deprecation, as Emile's half-Mexican, half-French.
  • Accidental Innuendo:
  • Anti-Climax Boss:
    • Many of the later bosses in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga ended up going down in one or two turns due to the Brothers' powerful stats and equipment, especially the last battle with Fawful, who even Chugga admitted is usually That One Boss.
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    • Invoked with Shrowser (Princess Shroob's ghost in Bowser's body) from Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time. Chugga pretty much says the fight comes out of nowhere, adds nothing to the story, and takes away from the previous Final Boss fight with Princess Shroob which was in every way superior.
    • Chugga attempted to build up a big match during the tailend of Pokémon Black and White by pitting his team he used the entire journey in White as Blair against the team Masae Anela built in playing Black version as Whitlea. The first round Emile completely sweeps Masae's team with Roc, and the second round he wins by having a rather unfair advantage as most of Masae's second string were around 3 to 5 levels lower than Emile's team. In the end, Chugga beats Masea twice without losing even a single party member.
      • The very next battle, and final battle for the entire series, saw Chugga rematching Cynthia, really talking her up as one of if not the hardest trainer in the game (along with Alder). He starts off the battle by spending three turns maxing out Ottawa the Samurott's Attack Stat by spamming Swords Dance before healing off the damage and sweeping Cynthia's entire team. The only Pokémon that really could have caused Emile any problem was Cynthia's Garchomp, who got outsped by Samurott's priority move coupled with the ludicrous bad luck of missing with Dragon Rush.
      • Emile also calls out the entirety of the Legendary Pokémon in Black/White for giving him disappointing matches, since they all get caught far too easily ... usually before Emile could even finish their bios.
  • Arc Fatigue: Some viewers felt this way about Xenoblade. A number of fans were happy that they could experience a game that can be difficult to get ahold of, but due to a number of unannounced hiatuses and the fact that Chugga did his usual 100% Completion on a game much bigger than any other he's LPed, some were worn out.
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    • Chugga took multiple episodes to cover everything in Castelia City in Pokémon Black and White. Fans rejoiced when he finally made story progress. Chugga himself mocked this during the post-game.
  • Archive Panic: At a whopping 117 VIDEOS (this is after YouTube removed its time limit), his Xenoblade playthrough certainly takes the cake (and 17 of those are just bonus episodes). Upping the ante is the fact that each video ranges from 15 minutes to nearly an hour.
    • With over 2000 videos and over thirty Let's Plays, let's just say that it's gonna take a while if you want to catch up on every LP
  • Awesome Music:
    • At the ends of his Majora's Mask videos, he features a ZREO remix of a song from the game relevant to the events of the episode. And, in general, he tends to pick pretty good music whenever he needs to speed up footage or make a montage, often using rock covers of video game music by CarboHydroM and CSGuitar89.
  • Base-Breaking Character:
    • Pango and Croque ended up being his least popular villagers in his New Leaf LP, however many also feel he unfairly chose them as the designated bad guys of the village after bad first impressions and at times had to bend over backwards to keep that narrative going. To anyone that knows how the Animal Crossing games and AI work, his treatment of them is actually very unfair, as what the villagers say is completely random and beyond their control, which he even brings up in regard to Pango in episode 40, saying that he didn't want to talk about the personality types feeling that it would make the animals seem too artificial. Even taking this into account that one is supposed to treat the villagers as real, some still feel he treated them a bit unfairly, as he seemed to be either intentionally twisting whatever they say to be as negative as possible, or that he was legitimately being too sensitive, on several occasions even shooting Croque down whenever he actually attempted to befriend Emile.
    • Haywire the Zebstrika from Pokémon Black and White is divisive with fans just due to how overshadowed she ended up being the entire LP (usually shown up by Emile's Krookodile). She certainly has her fans, having some perfect IV's and admittedly getting better once Emile finally gets some decent moves on her, like Overheat and Wild Charge, while others feels Zebstrika in general is just a Pokémon that tends to suffer from Can't Catch Up at higher levels and feel Emile could have chosen a better member for his team (that would still qualify as being underrated). Emile even addresses this in the LP proper, bringing up a vocal part of his viewers that begged him to switch out Haywire (many of them actually wanted Emile to break his usual "no Legendary rule" and add Zekrom to the team, so that there would still be Electric-type coverage), and even admits to having seriously considered retiring Haywire before lamenting that he really wanted to give her another chance to prove herself and try and make her work.
  • Big-Lipped Alligator Moment: Emile's redux of his EarthBound LP features an episode where after beating one of the 'Your Sanctuary' locations, he goes and buys the really worn out and crapshacked house that was for sale in Onett. He then reads the story in a magazine, hidden inside the drawers of the house. Said story turns out to be one that's very crazy and even flat-out absurd as hell, that after finishing reading it, Emile ends the episode in complete and utter silence as he leaves the house; and doesn't even says his usual outro (besides showing off the latest Sound Stone progress before the end-card). In result, he never mentions or references the magazine's story ever again.
  • Broken Base: Emile's insistence on not showing off any special events in his Pokémon LPs. While one camp agrees that it would be unfair for him to showcase parts of the game that are no longer legally accessible and that trying to hack in the events would put his save data at too great of a risk, many others desperately want him to play through them on-camera rather than just talk about or allude to them. The latter opinion has become more prominent as a result of many other popular Let's-Players taking the risk and successfully showing off these events in their videos, and after Emile demonstrated the Southern Island event in a bonus video of his Pokémon Emerald playthrough.Note  This debate has, however, started to die down somewhat, thanks to Emile showing off the Regi Trio event in Pokémon Platinum and all the ones in Pokémon Black & White, having apparently prepared for them far in advance.
  • Creator's Pet: Trifecta the Dodrio in the Pokemon XD Let's Play, who hits all the requirements for this trope:
    • Hated by fans: commenters despised her for fainting in nearly every important fight she was in without achieving much.
    • Loved by the creator: Chugga loved her and kept insisting she was a good choice.note 
    • Put into big scenes for no reason: Chugga kept using her in major boss fights in an attempt to make her useful, even though every fight was one big Epic Fail for Trifecta after another.
    • Talked up by other characters: Chugga himself constantly shills her, and blames most of her failures on bad luck rather than poor tactical choices or her low defensive stats.Note 
  • Discredited Meme:
    • Steve the Trooper. Chugga hasn't named any Pikmin Steve in his Pikmin 2 LP, and heavily implies that he is tired of all the fan attention the throwaway gag got. Though he indirectly made jokes about him during the LP, even in the finale. This trope is officially Zig Zagged. Chugga now acknowledges Steve exists, but he has a spirited reaction when someone other than himself (usually ProtonJon) brings it up. He ends up bringing the meme up again in his Pokémon Emerald LP when he ends up fighting PokéManiac Steve, especially after this exchange:
    Steve: Don't forget what you've done to me! I'll make it so you can't forget!
    Chugga: ...Oh my God! HE'S OUT TO GET ME! HE WANTS TO GET REVENGE ON ME FOR HOPING HE WOULD DIE! NOOOOOOOO! HE'S FOREVER REGISTERED IN MY CELL PHONE! Ahhh...we found a Carbos, that'll raise overall speed...oh my God, I gotta start sleeping with one eye open...
    • "D'OH I MISSED" also seems to have somewhat slipped into this territory, since Chugga has barely said it for a while and when he does say it, he sounds a bit reluctant.
  • Ensemble Dark Horse:
    • Steve the red Leaf Pikmin for being a trooper once had a Facebook page. In the finale of Pikmin 2, after going the entire game trying to mention him as little as possible, he gives in and lets him have the honor of carrying the lightweight and final treasure in the game.
    • Slavinator (his Zigzagoon HM Slave) is the fan favorite of his Emerald team for similar reasons as Steve, but not to the same extent. Fans must've learned how Chugga takes things like that.
    • His Pokémon Colosseum LP gave us Affection the Misdreavus. Part of the reason for her nickname was to acknowledge how popular she was.
    • Marshall the Quagsire, for the spectacular last battle against Evice.
    • Roary and Darmani (his Arcanine and Donphan in Crystal) considering how difficult it was for him to capture them. Along with Methane, his shiny Weezing.
    • Animal Crossing: New Leaf gives us all of his villagers aside from Pango and Croque. Stinky and Pietro, a masked wrestler cat and a clown sheep with rainbow wool respectively stood out the most alongside Molly, a friendly duck.
    • The members of Chugga's Pokémon Black and White teams tend to get this, but the most notable are Ottawa the Samurott and Hilbert the Garbodor, the former of which being a Born Lucky female starter, and the latter for his surprising usefulness for a living pile of trash, even being made into the leader of a biker gang. And that's just on the White end; the Black team has the trainer Whitlea, who's only really showcased for version differences, GoldenPant the Scrafty due to her nickname, and :( the Beartic due to her astounding victory against Drayden.
    • His mother quickly gained a lot of fans thanks to her hilarious guesses at names of smash bros characters.
  • Epileptic Trees:
    • When he talks about the "theme" of Majora's Mask along the lines of Link getting progressively less small and scared. It's not a bad idea, but it's largely Wild Mass Guessing since there's no real evidence of this, taking a lot of the meaningfulness and emotion out of it since it's really just Chugga's made up theory. It's not helped by the fact that part of the theory relied on Link's personal feelings, none of which are ever displayed and doesn't really contribute much to the game.
    • Chugga's theory that Wes from Colosseum was originally supposed to be the Big Bad of Pokémon XD. Unlike many of his other well-researched info about the games he Let's Plays, there doesn't seem to be any Word of God anywhere supporting this, and yet Chugga still passes it off as fact.
    • Chuggaaconroy's take on what each of Yami's forms symbolize doesn't seem to have any factual basis. It's actually become a Berserk Button in the Okami fandom due to so many people accepting it as canon.
  • Fandom Rivalry: Chugga's fans vs. SlimKirby's fans. Slim and Chugga themselves aren't hostile at all, though, with Chugga even referencing Slim pretty often in The Runaway Guys' Mario Party LPs.
  • Fan-Preferred Couple:
    • Some of his fans think he and female LPer Masae Anela would be adorable together. They even call her a female version of him.
    • Who was Chugga's partner during The Runaway Guys' Mario Kart: Double Dash!! tournament? Masae Anela. The commenters went crazy.
    • It also doesn't help that Masae is often hanging out with Chugga at his home, as seen in Stephen Georg and NintendoCapriSun's vlogs.
    • Chugga visited her town in his Animal Crossing: New Leaf LP. The commenters went crazy...again. It even got to the point that when Chugga said he had a very special announcement (which turned out to be that Amelia was living in Masae's town), many people thought it was gonna be that they were together.
  • Fountain of Memes: His team in Pokemon Emerald so far already have a page on Facebook for his Lombre and at least two pages for his Zigzagoon, Slavinator.
  • "Funny Aneurysm" Moment:
    • In Part 48 of the Pokémon FireRed LP, Chugga joked how trainers and their monsters should just die to save him the annoyance of dealing with them. Two seconds later, he bumped into a guy mourning his Onix. He lampshades his horrible timing.
    • His Super Mario Sunshine LP can be painful to watch if you know that he was suffering a Creator Breakdown at the time and was trying to hide it.
    • A lot of his earlier Let's Plays (and one video from The Runaway Guys' Mario Party 4 playthrough) feature him doing witty impressions of Bill Cosby. After the the onset of Cosby's ongoing rape scandal and subsequent court case, those impressions have become really tough to swallow.
    • Him nicknaming one of his Pokémon "Teddy". His cat with the same name passed away in February of 2016. "Teddy is loafing around!" is a lot less funny now.
    • Chugga's "I wash my hands 20 times a day and I never get sick!" joke in his Kid Icarus Uprising LP is hard to listen to knowing how sick he got during Xenoblade Chronicles.
    • There's a generic Fetch Quest in Xenoblade Chronicles in which he's tasked with collecting materials for a man to make shoes for his son. At the end of the quest, the man says something to the like of 'a father always does everything he can for his son' ... Chugga then quips '... maybe not my father'.
    • A few episodes of his Yoshi's Woolly World LP reference the "Yoshi Commits Tax Fraud" meme; then in the finale, Chugga reveals that he was audited by the IRS one week after said Let's Play was announced. For what it's worth though, Chugga had the incident Played for Laughs when he revealed it and took the opportunity to tie it back into the meme.
  • Growing the Beard: He started as a guy playing games for fun with no experience making videos. Over time, his Let's Plays have gotten more and more comprehensive, coupled with professional editing and presentation, to the point where many have come to regard his Let's Plays as the most complete walkthroughs on the games he's playing. Considering that Chugga has continued to up the quality and presentation of his LP videos, the beard may never stop growing.
  • Harsher in Hindsight:
    • In an Animal Crossing: New Leaf video, Stinky sneezes in his face and Chugga hopes he's not coming down with some kind of "kitty flu" and talks about how unsanitary Stinky might be due to all the bacteria growth underneath his mask. Chugga ends up getting sick during the LP, and then there was his absurdly long infection during Xenoblade.
    • The bad habit Chugga has when he says there's some game elements or extra content that he wants to save for a bonus video, which very often never materializes. One particularly glaring case was during his Okami playthrough in which he started going through the final demon gate gauntlet for the last stray beads, jokingly calling out his viewers for expecting the next video to be delayed 6 years if it ever comes out at all ... nearly six years later and Chugga has yet to post the final two demon gate gauntlets. Lampshaded in Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon by saying that the bonus videos will come and that "This is not Okami." He also brings this up during his reveal of his Splatoon LP, stating he plans on covering multiplayer during the LP as opposed to afterwards since he's fully aware of his bad track record with releasing bonus content.
    • He notes that in Mario & Luigi Superstar Saga, one of Queen Bean's lines referring to Bowletta as "it" would not fly if the game were written after 2003. Come the 2017 remake, and Queen Bean's line is exactly the same.
    • He repeatedly talks about how nobody remembers Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time in his playthough of it. In the March 2018 Nintendo Direct, a 3DS remake of Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story was announced, skipping Partners in Time.
  • He Really Can Act: Although Emile's voicing of characters in games is mostly out of silliness and light-hearted fun, some of his voice acting for certain characters is legitimately convincing and well-done in some areas. Some noteworthy examples include Fassad and Porky from MOTHER 3, Miror B from Pokémon Colosseum and Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness, Dimentio from Super Paper Mario, and Girahim from The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. His eccentric personality often helps with fleshing out the character he plays, and many people have noted that Emile can be really good at voicing different characters in the moment.
  • Hilarious in Hindsight:
    • Chugga once hated his real name Emile and as a child he wanted to be called Steve. When Mimi reveals her true form, he remembers why he hated Emile and his nickname.
    • In episode 3 of his Super Mario Sunshine LP, he said that he had no plans to do Super Mario Galaxy. Three guesses what happened afterwards, and the first two don't count.
    • He also stated that he had no plans to LP Super Mario 64. Technically true; his Super Mario 64 DS playthrough began on April 23, 2013.
    • Also, in 2009, Chugga comments in a video of his SMS game "...I'm surpised PETA hasn't gotten on this game, yet." Another Mario game would become a target of PETA later, being one of the targets they make a mock game for meant to show the animal cruelty the game is "promoting".
    • In his The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask LP, a Running Gag was that he'd kill the bosses by 'chopping off their toes'. Then Skyward Sword came out, and it was revealed that the first step to beating The Imprisoned boss was to literally chop off its toes.
    • In one of his Super Luigi Galaxy videos, he gets a coin and a star together and jokingly says he got a Coin Star and won Mario Party. Fast forward to 2011, and we have The Runaway Guys.
    • "This is the moment that starts it all." He says this while the camera focuses on a planted red leaf Pikmin.
    • His first use of the now-famous name is when he says "We'll just call him Steve and we're not going to like him." Let's just say the "not liking him" part would turn out to be an understatement.
    • In his Special Features video for MOTHER 3, Chugga announced that EarthBound would never be re-released outside of Japan. 4 years later, Nintendo announced they would do just that. Chugga's response on his Twitter:
    "How I wish I recorded my little girl scream from the reveal of EarthBound Wii U coming to the US."
  • Ho Yay:
  • Humor Dissonance: His puns, especially those involving the names of characters in Pokémon Colosseum. Are they incredibly witty considering how quickly he comes up with them, or is he trying too hard and spoiling the few genuinely good ones that he comes up with?
  • Hype Backlash: Discussed during Pikmin 2, as he reflects on how the game was built up in his mind as the sequel to a game he enjoyed very much, and one that he had quite some difficulty obtaining. After clearing most of the game, he admits that while still excellent, it had fallen somewhat in his eyes compared to his expectations.
  • It's Short, So It Sucks!: What some of his fans cry whenever he posts videos that are usually less than twenty minutes long. He calls them out on it when he points out that for his earlier LPs he couldn't even go past ten minutes due to YouTube's restriction at the time, so they should be happy that he can post longer videos now.
  • Just Here for Godzilla: His Splatoon playthrough combines story mode missions, with multiplayer matches that focus on using a new weapon so viewers learn strategies for it... but most people, upon learning the contents of the playthrough, just come to watch Chugga play online multiplayer Splatoon, especially since all his other projects have been single player games with no real-time interaction with others (bonus videos dedicated to multiplayer modes excluded).
  • Memetic Badass:
    • His Zigzagoon in Pokémon Emerald (who is named Slavinator) is slowly becoming one, by staring down at Brawly's Makuhita while ACOOLTENT (Chugga's Tentacool) chipped away the last of its HP via poison sting. It gained four levels just by staring at him.
    • Affection the Misdreavus from his Pokémon Colosseum playthrough. Despite having the ability Levitate, opposing trainers kept trying to use Ground-type moves against her to no avail. Chugga decided to make her a permanent team member and kept track of how many times the opponent would use moves she was immune to. The "It doesn't affect Misdreavus" gag quickly became the most-remembered part of the whole LP.
  • Memetic Loser:
  • Memetic Mutation:
    • Steve the Red Pikmin. Regretted and sometimes lampshaded by Chugga. Chugga lampshaded this with Bulby the Bulbmin.
    • The "No coin left behind movement". Much like Steve, Chugga regrets saying it and thinks his fans are absolutely insane for actually doing it.
    • If you see someone doing the Russian dance in a similar manner to the ReDeads in Ikana Castle and someone else starts singing MOSKAU! MOSKAU! I DON'T KNOW THE FRIKIN' WORDS!, you now know why.
    • There's a picture going around of the time Emile made a funny face during a StephenVlog video.
    • The episodes of Pikmin 2 when he encounters the Waterwraith.
    • It doesn't affect Misdreavus...
    • "I'd like to bring special attention to Damage Up!"
    • "Don't forget about the wing ceremony."
      • And then you have those who combine the above two (especially since their respective playthroughs are back-to-back). "I'd like to bring special attention to the wing ceremony!" is one such example.
    • The aforementioned Hilarious in Hindsight of Chugga's LPs seeming to predict sequels. This has led to people thinking Nintendo takes notes from Chugga and works more on franchises he plays, and/or predicting any game he plays is now guaranteed a sequel.
    • His dance to the Hiker theme from Pokémon Black and White seems to have become this mere hours after the video was posted.
  • Most Annoying Sound: His habit of smacking in his earlier LPs.
  • Never Live It Down:
    • Like ProtonJon and "move faster pokey" before him, Chugga has the same negative reaction whenever the name 'Steve' is mentioned near him.
    • On the giving end, Chugga pulled one on fellow LPer The Khold One in Pokémon FireRed: in Khold's LP of the game, he traded a Spearow for a Farfetch'd only to complain about how much the Farfetch'd sucked. Chugga eventually names his Spearow Khold to show him what "he could've had". Considering how awesome the Spearow note  is, it freaking works.
  • Nightmare Retardant:
    • Trying to make conversation with the moon while he's bored and waiting for aliens to attack the ranch. "...read any good books? Ah, the chapter in the bible on the apocalypse. Ah."
    • There was also the Tanetane Island Mushroom Samba from MOTHER 3; in the game, it's utterly horrifying. Perhaps in a failed attempt to bring humor to an otherwise terrifying part of the game, Chugga instead ruined it by acting like a stoner through the entire thing. This was received so poorly that he actually uploaded a second video with his commentary completely muted to preserve the original atmosphere.
  • Player Punch: In the Animal Crossing; New Leaf LP, Biskit suddenly moving out with no warning after Emile took every precaution he could to prevent it feels like one, especially with the way Emile's voice just loses all the joy from it.
  • The Scrappy:
    • Chugga mentions in Colosseum that most of the time in his Pokémon playthroughs, his last Pokémon in his team tend to end up as The Scrappy to most... but in fairness he usually has good reason for each of his choices for all his Pokémon, and his last Pokémon on all his teams have been no exception.
    • If YouTube comments are any indication, it seems Trifecta the Dodrio is getting this, due to her getting destroyed in nearly every major battle.
    • Croque, a grumpy villager who really lives up to his namesake, Chugga's spent every video since he moved in trying to have a pleasant conversation only to be repelled by Croque's backhanded insults and condescending personality. Starting on Croque's birthday, Chugga started actively abusing him to try to run him out of Palette. Even in the finale while Chugga was showing off his heartfelt and tearful farewell letters to all of his villagers, his letter to Croque was a bold-faced threat to his being.
    • Supernova in Pokemon Platinum, who misses attacks WAY more often than it should. The poor girl isn't even a sixth member; she's a third.
  • Spoil At Your Own Risk: Early in his Xenoblade LP, he flat-out said that he will ban anyone that posts spoilers for the game in the video comments. Sadly, that didn't stop them.
  • "Stop Having Fun" Guys: In Pokémon Emerald, he seems to treat using items in battle as cheating.
  • Surprise Difficulty: He really wasn't prepared for Crasher Wake's Gyarados and Floatzel, considering of the former's flinch-inducing Waterfall and the latter's priority moves and Ice Fang. It actually caused him his first Whiteout in his LP.
  • Unfortunate Implications:
    • In his Paper Mario LP, he related an anecdote about a lesbian he knew, and stated that "it's totally her choice." What he meant was that he had no problem with her sexual orientation, but some commenters misinterpreted his words and accused him of saying that homosexuality is a choice.
    • Played for Laughs whenever he feeds a Hungry Luma in his Super Luigi Galaxy LP. He points out that he's actually making it obese and driving it to suicide.
  • Viewers Are Geniuses: He doesn't hold back the tech lingo or obscure game references. Most of the time it's Okami.
  • Watch It for the Meme: Some people who've subscribed to him later on went back to watch Pikmin just to see who this Steve person everyone talks about originated from.
  • "Weird Al" Effect: Searching for "Move Faster Pokey!" in the YouTube search bar now yields "move faster pokey chuggaaconroy" as the second most popular search.
  • The Woobie: Chugga himself. His deleted 50 facts video revealed that he had four siblings that died in miscarriages, he nearly died from an allergic reaction as a kid, and he was bullied in school. He's also admitted that he was only pretending to be enthusiastic in his Super Mario Sunshine LP since he had been worrying about health problems during it.
    • The video has been reuploaded by another YouTuber and can be watched here.
    • Parodied by lamenting the apparent death of a Koopa in Chapter 2-1 of Super Paper Mario, how the Koopa drowning instead of getting jumped on was the saddest thing ever.
    • In the finale of Link's Awakening, he rather offhandedly mentions that he suffers from nightmares often.
    • Being the only gamer in his family isn't bad, except half of his family thinks video games are from the devil despite the fact that his dad does drugs while the other half are casual gamers who otherwise think video games are a waste of time.
    • After coming back from Nerd HQ in San Diego, Chugga started to get really sick causing a massive delay in his Xenoblade LP. And while his condition improved for a bit, it got worse when he went to PAX Prime 2014. His video where he explains why there hasn't been any new videos in a long time is sad to watch as he mentions he doesn't know when he'll get better. It really is heart-wrenching seeing someone who's normally full of energy, have none and sound miserable.
    • As for characters within his Let's Plays, Supernova the Clefable has become this in his let's play of Pokemon Platinum due to constantly getting screwed over by bad luck whether it be flinching, getting inflicted with a status ailment, or having its attacks miss whenever Chugga uses it in battle.
      • His LP of Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness has Trifecta the Dodrio, who's regularly seen as The Scrappy due to her fainting in one turn from a bad match-up or an unprecedented mistake on Chugga's part. Even though Chugga tries to convince his viewers that Dodrio is a good Pokémon, its only showcases of that potential are either off-screen in Mt. Battle or against the final Miror B. match where 5/6 of his Pokémon are Ludicolo. For fans of the three-headed bird, it might have been especially painful.
      • Haywire the Zebstrika is slowly becoming this. She's always upstaged by Terrabite, she got swapped out for Zekrom in the final fight, she kept losing battles in the post-game that she could have potentially won, and when she finally Took a Level in Badass and started contributing, she gets a chance to win against Alder and ends up losing the fight by about a hair. The old black and white mare ain't what she used to be...
  • Yoko Oh No: While many fans love the idea of Masae Anela and Chugga together, there are some vicious JonChugga fangirls who have sent nasty comments to Masae. Conversely, quite a few of Masae's fanboys have sent hatemail to Chugga for daring to date their precious Masae. Note that there isn't even any confirmation the two are dating, making it even weirder as this hate is being spawned from just rabid theories. Not that Chugga's actions and words when Masae's around help.
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