Nearly 15 Years On, Chuggaaconroy Is Still A Let’s Play Staple

About

Chuggaaconroy is the online handle of Emile Rodolfo Rosales-Birou, a YouTube user who specializes in doing Let’s Play videos of Nintendo games.

History

On July 26th, 2006, Rosaeles-Birou launched his YouTube channel. Two years later, on March 16th, 2008, he published his first video “Super Smash Bros. Brawl Boss Very Hard Clear.” Within 13 years, the video received more than 360,000 views (shown below).


The following week, he posted his first Let’s Play video, “Earthbound – Part 1: Meteor.” The post received more than 1.4 million views in less than 13 years (shown below, left). On August 9th, 2009, he published his most popular video to date: “Super Mario Sunshine – Episode 1.” The post received more than 8.2 million views in less than 11 years (shown below, right).

Steve

Steve is a Red Leaf Pikmin popularized in Chuggaaconroy’s Pikmin LP. Steve became popular after attempting to carry a Fiery Blowhog back to base by himself, an act that requires at least 7 Pikmin. Steve has since become somewhat discredited, as Chugga didn’t name any Pikmin Steve in his Pikmin 2 LP. Chugga has also implied that he is sick of Steve despite its popularity. Steve did, however, receive the honor of carrying the final treasure of the second game (clip below).

ProtonJon will occasionally use Steve as a means to torment Chugga, much like how the latter uses Move Faster Pokey to torment Jon.

It Doesn’t Affect Misdreavous…

It Doesn’t Affect Misdreavous… is a phrase coined by Pokémon Colosseum Let’s Play when the enemy AI repeatedly targeted Chugga’s Shadow Misdreavous Pokémon with attacks it was immune to (clip below, left). This happened so often that Chugga decided to make the Misdreavous an official part of his team, giving it the nickname Affection (For how often the enemy attacked it) and created a counter for how many times the event occurred. At the end of the LP, the counter had reached 31 (example below, right).

Chuggaaconroy Freakouts

Chuggaaconroy Freakouts refers to the popularity of the YouTuber’s reactions to various occurrences in his streams. For example, in episode two of his Pokémon Crystal LP, he found the Pokémon Phanpy as he was about to cut the recording (clip below). This resulted in him screaming in a high pitched voice: “Oh my God! I found a Phanpy right before I was about to cut the recording!”

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