"Hello all my N-words"
The Dishonoured Wolf, later The Word of Wolf and later Of Writing and Rage, but usually just referred to as Wolf, is former Video Essay YouTuber and one of the three founding members and original hosts of the EFAP Podcast. In December of 2019, he left EFAP and left YouTube as well as social media in general because he did not like the effect the internet was having on his health. Despite leaving, Wolf continues to be friends with both Rags and MauLer and is widely loved and respected by the EFAP chat as a part of The EFAP Pantheon.
History[edit | edit source]
PreFAP[edit | edit source]
Season 1[edit | edit source]
Wolf was there at the beginning of it all, alongside MauLer and Rags. He witnessed the bizarre content of Tonald and The Forbidden One, was told he was watching movies wrong by Patrick Willems, got a lesson in toxic masculinity from Jonathan MacIntosh, and witnessed the redemption of Jay, though he was absent for the gang's first look at MovieBob. He took on the combined forces of The Right Opinion and Quinton, though he had to leave early, and missed the conversation with The Right Opinion due to him taking a hiatus from YouTube that would last until EFAP 15.
EFAP 1-8, 15-24, 26-34, 38-42, 45, 47[edit | edit source]
EFAP 50 - The 1 Year Anniversary of Pausing Every Frame[edit | edit source]
"Whoever made the CatDog meme with Rags as a horrifying tumor... I don't know whether to thank you or avoid you for the rest of my life"
Wolf joined in six and a half hours into Part 2 of EFAP 50 to help MauLer, Rags, and DasBoSchitt answer a fan-made EFAP trivia quiz. After they finished the quiz, they were joined by E;R, and when chat decided to have them watch a video next rather than look at memes, Wolf requested they watch a Tonald video, and together they witnessed Tonald's now-legendary "One point two... BILLION!" James Moore joined the lineup, and the next thing on the agenda was watching a Just Write video on The Legend of Korra, where they learned the teachings of Bigideas. Wolf left before the video was completed, stating that he likely would not be on again for a while because he had things he needed to attend to in his real life, and making it known that he had recently adopted a kitten.
The Jebbening[edit | edit source]
Wolf came back to an unfortunately controversial episode, EFAP 59, where he, Rags, and MauLer reacted to Jenny Nicholson's Joker review, drawing the ire of The Knights of Jen, who accused the trio of being misogynistic incels. Little did they know that most of the stream was actually dedicated to Jeb Bush.
EFAP 61[edit | edit source]
Farewell Wolf[edit | edit source]
After Wolf decided to leave YouTube and all other social media because of the effect it was having on his mental well-being, EFAP 64 and 65 were dedicated to giving him a proper sendoff. In 64, MauLer, Rags, and Wolf watched a video that had been held up as the best defense of The Last Jedi, which turned out to be anything but, then learned about Tonald's guitar skills and hatred of cooked carrots from his second channel Upward Strike. After a short intermission, EFAP 65 had the boys bear witness to the first unironically good Tonald review they had seen, his review of Jedi: Fallen Order. They then engaged with a legendary debate with the Remarkable Republican, and brought in Shad for reinforcements. About a month later, two EFAP Minis were released, where MauLer, Rags, and Wolf read Superchats from 64 and 65, and looked at memes that were made for Wolf's departure.
EFAP 100 - One Last 'FAP[edit | edit source]
Part 2 of EFAP 100 kicked off with the surprise reappearance of Wolf, alongside the first appearance of Tonald. Wolf, alongside MauLer, Rags, and Fringy, engaged in a long and fascinating discussion with Tonald, after which Wolf expressed relief and joy that the conversation went so well. Wolf caught the chat up a little with how things had been going for him, made it known that his return would only be for the milestone of episode 100, and lamented having been given the wrong order by Dominos, made even worse by the fact that he already has bad history with Pizza Hut. After watching a few more videos, Wolf left the stream to get some sleep, then returned partway into Part 3, where he, Rags, and MauLer took one last look at The Forbidden One for old times' sake, before being joined by an ensemble cast to listen to Voxis read another Chuck Tingle story. Wolf also appeared in the EFAP 100 Minis to react to The Last Stand of EFAP and the other memes that were made for Episode 100.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- He doesn't like C.S. Lewis.
- He called Sargon a boomer.
- His first gaming console was the GameCube.
- He thinks Jaden Smith is God, much to Pipeman's annoyance.
- Wolf's pronounces are "shlimnlumunf" and "slormandwv", part of his "Nordic heritage".
- He read manga Death Note.
- People call him "contrarian".