He was a GMod griefer and was really funny. Unfortunately, he deleted a large majority of his videos including one called (I think) "DarkRP: Gib Money" where he fucked with this Russian kid who kept asking for money and seeing American tits. Was hilarious back then, haven't been able to find it since. He also deleted his "buying" series where he posed as a Nigerian prince attempting to buy various pieces of land and pissing off anyone who happened to be playing. Luckily, Tollgayt is still up.
Also the Team Avolition and Team Roomba TF2 griefing collab. FLOORMASTER ran with the footage so that's probably gone forever.
Does anyone remember banjoboy123? He made plush videos like Cute Mario Bros. and Super Mario Logan, though he used mainly rare ware and banjo kazooie pushes.
Shockingly yes. I do remember Banjoboy123. I remember he did a video about Banjo and Kazooie adventuring to doritos mountain (or something like that). I'm genuinely surprised as of to the fact that he is now lost media.
Crashmanexe is one I quite miss. He did playthroughs and reviews of really really bad bootlegs of retro games. Two of his videos are reuploaded, but I believe he had well over 100 videos.
"This is somewhere Rogue thought of as home..." "You don't think of yourself as Rogue?" "Sometimes. Sometimes not. She’s in here. Somewhere...She can barely make herself heard. Too many voices. Most of them shrieking or pleading. She’s trying - but she’s not holding together all that well’" Rogue and Sam, UXM #200
I have two for you. Exer Erb uploaded a series of videos in which he investigated various creepy internet rumors, including (iirc) Elisa Lam, Erratas, and This House Has People In It. He deleted his videos for an unknown reason, and only one mirror survives.
Another is Rumplins. He uploaded a series of prank call videos with little flash animations lip synced to them. They included one where he called random people (apparently southern) and said "mama's dead". The reactions to his calls were hilarious. All I've been able to turn up on him is references to his now deleted videos, and a website for Rumplins which is apparently now associated with professional video production.