Fab hits a huge achievement and ascends to a select few Tarkov players. He puts his name on the walk of fame of fleamarketeers through a little bit of help of a daily task.
Fab wants to finally get the flea market this wipe, so we’re on Night Factory again, trying to survive. As you’d expect, it doesn’t go well. Mostly because of Fab.
The boys dress up as characters from the video game S.T.A.L.K.E.R. on Customs, which surprisingly doesn’t improve their survival chances. This show has been voted Least Politically Correct Content On The Internet three times in a row now.
In this episode, we witness Fab’s first ever excursion to Lighthouse and Jonathan finally talks about his Wacken festival experience. Apparently a strange woman from the internet bought him tickets when he was 17 years old.
Night factory, our home in times of need, our shelter for body and soul, turns on us. Trying to survive there proves harder than expected, especially if you keep shooting your friends. Meanwhile, we discuss gun channels on YouTube and injuries incurred to the same finger over and over.
Fab and Jonathan peruse around the Interchange, the mall haunted by Killa, and talk about automatic cars, travelling to Norway and the North Cape specifically. Also, we’re cosplaying mall cops with big ass sun glasses and worryingly low physical ability.
We are doing a Scav-to-Hero run, trying to survive in Tarkov on scav gear alone. Along the way, we get killed by some not-so-friendly fellow scavs and then also by some PMCs. More of a Zero-to-Zero run, actually. We also review the Bond movie No Time to Die while we’re at it.
In the second episode, Jonathan shoots Shturman and Fab manages a sick PMC kill with the Mosin Mare’s Leg. We also discuss Elon Musk buying Twitter, cryptocurrencies and weird people like Marilyn Manson and Johnny Depp.
In the inaugural episode of the show, Jonathan and Fab introduce themselves and the idea of this show while they go for a lovely hike on Woods and absolutely dominate the competition. In the process, they explain how they met and why they are doing this nonsense.
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