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Aliases: Spritanium, Sprit
Real name: Keith
Interests: Gaming, Drawing, Spriting, Animating, Guitar
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Spritey, also known as Spritanium (occasionally incorrectly called Spiritanium), was a relatively well-known MFGGer. In his spare time, he enjoys trolling YouTube and Yahoo Answers, as well as playing Left 4 Dead, Gmod, and Team Fortress 2. The semi-popular Take This Face fad was started by him.

Spritey is known for his tendency to protest any and all changes made by the MFGG administration.


Spritey joined the MFGG Forums in April 2005. Though he was 11 years old at the time, he had already developed an interest in spriting. His purist grammar, as well as his god complex, to the point of calling others his inferiors, gave him a reputation for being annoying.

Though nobody was particularly fond of him for over a year, Spritey gradually began to better fit in the MFGG community.

By 2006, Spritey had dropped his tremendous ego, and he was more well-mannered. During this time, Spritey began to improve his spriting skills by entering nearly every Sprite Competition. To further improve his spriting abilities, he became a prolific contributor to Bacteriophage's "R/B Hoenn Project", in which every 3rd generation Pokémon was to be sprited in 1st generation Gameboy style. The project was never completed, and was eventually forgotten.

In 2007, user Bill Ding posted a topic in the PPP entitled "I want to make a flash", with the subtitle "but what of?". T-Man was quick to respond with "Me". Shortly after that, Spritey posted, "I can be t-man's trusty sidekick". Eventually, this grew into the concept of a full-fledged flash "motion picture". While the movie was discussed for quite awhile, very little animation was developed. In 2008, the project was canceled.

By 2008, he was easily recognized, and many artists had drawn him on their own accord. In the Summer of 2008, Spritey developed new hobby for Youtube poop. Though Youtube poop was generally looked down upon, Spritey, influenced by WalrusGuy (among others), knew that the concept of Youtube poop could be taken beyond modulating a video's clip length. Spritey's first large-scale Youtube poop was titled "Hotel Mario Bloopers"; it's also his most popular. It was a simple chroma key test that featured some of the Hotel Mario cutscenes with explosions added. Because of this video, Spritey has become well-known for his explosive videos. Another well known video of Spritey's is called "RabbitRoll". It features Colgate's Dr. Rabbit, a popular Youtube poop material, singing the chorus to Rick Astley's "Never Gonna Give You Up". Spritey promised a full .mp3 of the song once the video reached 20,000 views. The video now has more than double that, but, as he often states, "laziness has gotten the better of me". He hopes to continue making Youtube poop in the future.

In 2009, Spritey began to take a liking to Source games. He played Left 4 Dead most often, though he also owned the Orange Box and Garry's Mod.