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**Includes bonus multiplayer episode with [[MasaeAnela]]
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**Includes aftergame bonus episode
*40 Chrono Trigger (SNES/PS/DS/Mobile) (1995)- June 8th-
*40 Chrono Trigger (SNES/PS/DS/Mobile) (1995)- June 8th-, 2019 '''( episodes)'''
Revision as of 08:10, 22 September 2019
Chuggaaconroy (Emiliano (Emile) Roldolfo Rosales-Birou) is an LPer. He was born on April 8th, 1990. His current account, chuggaaconroy, was created on July 26th, 2006, although he did not begin his first LP (Let's Play) until March 26th, 2008, when he began EarthBound, and he has currently completed 39 LPs. He started with RPGs like EarthBound, Mother 3, Paper Mario, and Pokemon Fire Red until his first non RPG let's play Super Mario Sunshine came out. Around 2009 and 2010, Chuggaaconroy would receive a rise in popularity not just help found the collaborative channel, The Runaway Guys with ProtonJon and NintendoCapriSun, but also due to the popularity increase of let's play channels. Emile was on top, but in 2011 Chuggaaconroy was one of the many Youtubers suspended for owning a gaming channel in 2011. It was due to false copyright issues within his channel. In 2010, he started a mainstay known as Pikmin which would become one of his most successful series next to Pokemon and Zelda. His First Non-Nintendo Game was called Okami and it was released late 2010- early 2011. He Gained 1 Million subscribers in 2015.
He has an extensive wiki which can be found here.
- His favorite video game series is Pokemon because it got him into RPGs
- His least favorite Zelda game is A Link To The Past (excluding CDI)
- His favorite drink is Dr.Pepper
- His cats are named after video game characters (Kirby from Kirby, Teddy from Mother 1 and Originally had a cat named Jak from the Jak and Daxter Series)
- Once discovered a colony of ants living inside his Xbox 360
- States that he does not pirate video games unless it is the only way to play them
- Likes Brawl better than Melee
- Has over 4600 Pokemon cards from when he used to collect them
- Dislikes the PS3, but now owns one
- Owns 4 Nintendo DSes (One was Signed by Reggie from Nintendo)
- His father says that video games are evil but drugs are not bad for you
- He likes the original Kingdom Hearts but dislikes II
- Believes that he is overrated on YouTube.
- Least favorite Mario game is Super Mario Bros. 3
- First job was at Regal Cinemas
- Is not into sports and is not familiar at all with football terminology
- Can turn his head 180 degrees
- Hates FFX
- His username was originally Chugga A. Conroy (as a randomly generated name) but some websites don't allow spaces or punctuation so it became all one word.
- Favorite Pokemon is Archen
- Boycotted McDonalds
- His favorite number is 64
- His Longest Series is Xenoblade Chronicles, which had a total of 119 episodes
- His Shortest Series (As a joke) was Mega Man 2 with only 3 episodes
- His Longest Pokemon Let's Play is Platinum with 83 episodes
- His Longest Zelda Let's Play is Wind Waker with 73 episodes
- His Longest Mario Series is Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door with 86 Videos
- He is dyslexic
- For many years he said he had been misdiagnosed as being autistic. On October 7, 2018 he admitted he is in fact on the spectrum.
- He is of French and Mexican descent.
- He has almost all the Kid Icarus Uprising AR cards.
- Early in the Pikmin LP he names the red Pikmin "Steve" and says he won't care about him. Much later, he notices on the map that a Pikmin is lagging behind in order to carry a large object back to the onion and calls that pikmin a trooper. When he discovers that this Pikmin happens to be Steve, he freaks out and yells "Steve?! Steve's the trooper?!". This moment has become a meme amongst fans. He is not happy about this.
- His inspiration for making YouTube videos was ProtonJon, even though he does not watch Jon's videos very much any more.
- He's a well known completionist.
- It is a tradition of his to try to catch legendary pokemon without weakening them, putting them to sleep, etc first. He also does not use the Master Ball.
- #1 Earthbound (SNES/GBA/WiiU/N3DS) (1995) March 26th, 2008 - June 10th, 2008 (99 episodes)
- #2 Mother (Famicom/GBA - Japan only) (1989) June 13th, 2008 - July 27th, 2008 (March 30th, 2011) (37 episodes)
- #3 Paper Mario (N64/Wii/WiiU) (2001) August 1st, 2008 - September 23rd, 2008 (85 episodes)
- #4 Super Mario RPG (SNES/Wii/WiiU) (1996) September 25th, 2008 - November 25th, 2008 (61 episodes)
- #5 Mother 3 (GBA - Japan only) (2006) October 17th, 2008 - February 17th, 2009 (108 episodes)
- #6 Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door (GCN) (2004) February 27th, 2009 - May 25th, 2009 (86 episodes)
- #7 Pokémon FireRed (GBA) (2004) June 1st, 2009 - November 24th, 2009 (62 episodes)
- Includes bios of every new obtainable pokemon, which has since become a staple of his Pokemon LPs
- #8 Super Mario Sunshine (GCN) (2002) August 9th, 2009 - October 29th, 2009 (37 episodes)
- Chuggaa later admitted that he was going through depression during this LP and that his reactions were forced
- #9 The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker (GCN/WiiU) (2003) December 1st, 2009 - Feburary 23rd, 2010 (76 episodes)
- #10 Pokémon Crystal (GBC/3DS) (2001) March 13th, 2010 - July 5th, 2010 (64 episodes)
- #11 Super Luigi Galaxy (Wii) (2007) August 6th, 2010 - October 30th, 2010 (44 episodes)
- #12 Pikmin (GCN/Wii) (2001) August 22nd, 2010 - October 20th, 2010 (18 episodes)
- Origin of the Steve meme.
- #13 Okami (PS2/Wii/PS3) (2006) December 14th, 2010 - May 22nd, 2011 (76 episodes)
- Comments heavily upon his enjoyment of its artistry and story.
- #14 Luigi's Mansion (GCN) (2001) May 29th, 2011 - August 3rd, 2011 (17 episodes)
- #15 Pikmin 2 (GCN/Wii) (2004) May 30th, 2011 - September 4th, 2011 (50 episodes)
- #16 The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask (N64/GCN/Wii) (2000) September 30th, 2011 - December 5th, 2011 (55 episodes). Some unlisted videos were made public on February 16, 2019 due to YouTube removing annotations months earlier which made them otherwise inaccessible.
- #17 Pokémon Emerald (GBA) (2005) January 5th, 2012 - March 30th, 2012 (65 episodes)
- #18 Super Paper Mario (Wii) (2007) April 26th, 2012 - July 15th, 2012 (59 episodes)
- #19 Okamiden (DS) (2009) August 9th, 2012 - November 5th, 2012 (70 episodes)
- #20 Kirby's Epic Yarn (Wii) (2011) November 30th, 2012 - December 24th 2012 (27 Episodes)
- Originally planned as a Runaway Guys project, but canceled because you can't kill eachother
- #21 Pokémon Colosseum (GCN) (2004) January 8th, 2013 - April 5th, 2013 (45 Episodes)
- Links to the next and previous episodes no longer work due to a recent YouTube update
- He keeps a counter for "It doesn't affect misdreavus", finding it absurd how often the AI attacks it when clearly it won't work
- #22 The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening (GB/GBC/3DS) (1993) April 21st, 2013 - June 24, 2013 (29 Episodes)
- Complains about the unnecessary text boxes throughout the game such as "Wow this is really heavy"
- Finds the miniboss Smasher incredibly adorable
- Constantly apologizes about the acorns and pieces of power due to the repetitive music
- bonus episode includes missed opportunities with Marin and an alternate ending
- #23 Super Mario 64 DS (DS/WiiU) (2004) April 23rd, 2013 - August 2nd, 2013 (38 Episodes + 2 Interactive Videos (now no longer usable);Several episodes include levels exclusive to the original 1996 Nintendo 64 game)
- #24 Kid Icarus: Uprising (3DS) (2012) September 6th, 2013 - October 30th, 2013 (30 Episodes)
- #25 Sonic Colors (Wii/DS) (2010) September 7th, 2013 - October 22nd, 2013 (13 Episodes)
- His shortest LP to date
- #26 Animal Crossing: New Leaf (3DS) (2013) November 18th, 2013 - December 31st, 2013 (For the Main LP). Officially ended November 18th, 2014. (71 Episodes)
- Bonus Episodes 2017
- #27 Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness (GCN) (2005) February 8th, 2014 - April 18th, 2014 (45 Episodes)
- #28 Xenoblade Chronicles (Wii) (2011) June 14th, 2014 - February 24th, 2015 (119 Episodes)
- A recurring gag mocks the quote "Reyn time!"
- His longest LP to date.
- 29 Mario and Luigi: Superstar Saga (GBA/3DS/WiiU) (2003) June 15, 2015 - August 21, 2015 (41 Episodes)
- #30 Pikmin 3 (Wii U) Pikmin 3 - Mission Mode (2013) September 26th, 2015 - November 25th, 2015 (23 Episodes + 12 Mission Mode levels)
- 31 Pokémon Platinum (DS) (2008) December 19th, 2015 - June 14th, 2016 (83 episodes)
- 32 Luigi's Mansion - Dark Moon (3DS) (2013) July 20 - September 12th, 2016 (36 episodes)
- 33 Splatoon (Wii U) (2016-2017) October 22 - December 24, 2016 (40 episodes)
- Alternates between the story mode and the online multiplayer mode.
- Includes his opinions on every weapon and accessory.
- 34 The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (Wii) (2011) February 4 - May 17th 2017 (75 episodes)
- Does not save because it's bad for LPs
- Admits he likes Fi as the character but not as the helper
- 35 Mario and Luigi: Partners in Time (DS/WiiU) (2005) July 6th - August 28 2017 (41 episodes)
- 36 Pokemon Black & White (DS) (2011) December 9, 2017 - June 22, 2018 (83 episodes)
- 37 Earthbound (SNES/GBA/WiiU/N3DS) (1995) July 16 - October 27, 2018 (60 episodes)
- A tenth anniversary remake of his first LP, also commemorating its increased availability such as on the Wii U Virtual Console
- A recurring joke is his comparison of the American and Japanese versions.
- Several episodes showcase one location where he can cause the game to glitch out
- 38 Yoshi's Woolly World (WiiU/3DS) (2015) November 25, 2018 - January 16, 2019 (39 episodes)
- Dubbed a "spiritual successor" to Kirby's Epic Yarn
- a completion run except for the Miiverse stamps because the Miiverse has been retired.
- The 3DS parts are only those that are exclusive to the 3DS release
- Includes stop-motion cartoons unlocked in the 3DS version
- Each stage features a different Yoshi variant. Because he records his episodes in advance, he was already to world 2 when people told him he had forgotten Burt the Yoshi. Thus he decided to have some fun and save it for the end boss.
- 39 The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass (DS/WiiU) (2007)- February 6-April 23, 2019 (42 episodes)
- Includes bonus multiplayer episode with MasaeAnela
- Includes aftergame bonus episode
- 40 Chrono Trigger (SNES/PS/DS/Mobile) (1995)- June 8th-September 21st, 2019 (68 episodes)
- You jerk! - Whenever an opponent heals during a battle.
- F you, F you, F you- mocking the "fufufufufu" laugh
- Teddy is loafing around!- Whenever he gets that message for his slakoth/slaking which he named after his cat instead of having it attack
- Bro balls!- During Emerald whenever his opponents are shown holding their pokeballs together
- Nose laser!- Whenever he uses Teddy's hyper beam, which the game makes look like it's coming out of his nose
- I need an adult.- Whenever he encounters an adult character who says or does something potentially inappropriate.
- Oh my god your feet are huge! In Colosseum, regarding the giant-sized feet of the characters. This continues in Gale of Darkness.
Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
- You got a Crystal Star!
Super Paper Mario
- Bowser's arms! - Referencing Bowser's arm animation whenever swimming, excited, or scared. The arms seem to "spin" wildly.
- It's Reyn Time!
- Rape him! - Whenever he encounters a creeping crysanthemum
- Hey buddy, Chuggaa...conroy? - This is a strange combination of him trying to get an opponent to chill and his intro.
- Sometimes he will slur his intro and say his name as "Chuggaa Conner"
- "WHERE ARE YOU AT?!"