See also: Category:Contributors

This is a list of SiIvaGunner contributors. This includes current and former team members, as well as other contributors who have submitted their own rips to the channel. More than 700 people are known to have contributed to the channel.

The SiIvaGunner team does not regularly publish a list of contributors; contributors are usually identified through credits on album releases and some YouTube videos, personal documentation such as YouTube playlists, and contributors' own uploads of their rips. Team members are also given the "SiivaGunner Team" role in the Official SiIvaGunner Fan Server on Discord, and several dozen current and former team members are listed in the featured channels section of the SiIvaGunner YouTube channel.

Backroom members

These contributors are (or were) part of the backroom of the SiIvaGunner team. This backroom generally oversees and manages the channel, and is responsible for organizing channel events.

The number of categorized articles for videos and tracks credited to each contributor is shown in parentheses for backroom members with fewer than ten known credits. All other backroom members have ten or more.

Major contributors

Most of the contributors in this section are or were members of the SiIvaGunner team.


These contributors are acknowledged by the inclusion of their YouTube channels in the SiIvaGunner YouTube channel's featured channels.

The number of categorized articles for videos and tracks credited to each contributor is shown in parentheses for featured contributors with fewer than ten known credits.

Accurate as of July 8, 2020.[1]


These contributors are not featured but are known to have contributed ten or more rips to the channel.

Minor contributors

These contributors have fewer than ten credits. They may or may not be on the official SiIvaGunner team. Generally, fan submitters won't get invited to the team until they have around ten rips.

4–9 credits

The number of categorized articles for videos and tracks credited to each contributor is shown in parentheses.

Accurate as of July 8, 2020.

1–3 credits

Accurate as of July 8, 2020.

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0 credits

These contributors do not have any known credits for specific rips, but were otherwise officially named as SiIvaGunner contributors. All of the currently listed contributors except one were named in "Curtain Call - MOTHER 3".

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Former contributors

These major contributors are no longer on the team and have ceased contributing, for a variety of reasons.

Still featured

Formerly featured

These contributors were previously featured but were removed from the list at some point.[2][3][4][5][6]


These contributors were probably not featured at any point.

Indirect contributors

Placeholder names

These names are used by anonymous contributors on the channel:

  • In GiIvaSunner's Highest Quality Video Game Rips: Volume 6​.​66, several fake names were used:
    • "'Penis' the Democrat": Referring to Le Ruse Bird[7].
    • "Yū Miyake (ft. Yū Miyake)": Miyake composed the music for Katamari Damacy.
    • "Dedicated to Satoru Iwata": Iwata died a year before the upload date of the original rip (June 11, 2015)
    • "I have a request": a reference to the request of "5 nights of snop dog" by Crimpsonfang9.
    • "Foreign Kuriboh": a reference to Gaijin Goomba.
  • Kirby Rip Attack uses some fake names as well:
    • "Black Sweet Potatoes": The original track is actually made by Matsu Muhō. The name references "ebinyamyams", the creator of the equivalent track in Kirby Mash Attack.
    • "Botanic Magolor": A reference to BotanicSage.
    • "Galactica Knight", "King DeDeDe", "Meta Knight", "Nightmare", "President Haltmann", and "Queen Sectonia" are all characters from the Kirby Series.
    • "Problem Solver": A reference to the "Puzzle Room" incident. The actual rip was made by Blazephlozard.
    • "UnlimitedAndy": A reference to InfinityAlex.
  • JOEJOE'S BIZZAERE JOJOKE saw several fake names as well:
    • "Chief Keef 1.5": a reference to the real life rapper named Chief Keef
    • "Coda but drunk": a reference to Coda, the composer of "BLOODY STREAM"
    • "Bloody Stream": a reference to "BLOODY STREAM"; the composer ("as performed by Bob Dylan") was switched with the title
    • "op": a reference to "Gangnam Style"
    • "Blue Jojokester": a reference to JoJokes and the ripper Blue Fairy.
    • "202luigidude": reference to the ripper 101mariofreak.
    • "The DuWang": a reference to "duwang", an English-translated version of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Diamond Unbreakable
    • "FinalFantasyLXIV": a reference to Final Fantasy XIV
  • "KONAMI" was used to mask Triple-Q rips in The Phantom Rips: Subsistence.
  • "Lennon–McCartney" was used in PC Master Rips in reference to the real-life partnership of the same name
    • "Gene Siskel & Roger Ebert" was also used in PC Master Rips in reference to the hosts of the TV program "At the Movies"
  • Some fake names are seen in GilvaSunner's Highest Quality Video Game Rips: Volume 7:
    • "202luigidude", "303bowserman", "404wariobro", "505waluigiguy", and "606yoshiboy" are all references to the ripper 101mariofreak.
    • "Al Hardman": A reference to Albert Softie
    • "What's So Funny?": A reference to this meme, as the rip in question is a mashup with a LMFAO song
    • "Elsa & Shadow the Hedgehog": A reference to the rip "Let It Go - Shadow and the Snow Queen".
    • "nice": A reference to Wood Man.
    • "RailgunSven": An anagram for SiIvaGunner. The actual rip is made by MtH. [8]
  • Several fake names are used in GilvaSunner's Highest Quality Video Game Rips: Volume 7: Part mm2wood:
    • "I have a request": A reference to "5 nights of snop dog".
    • "Hershel Layton": A reference to the titular character of the Professor Layton series.
    • "Lennon–McCartney": Again, referring to the real-life partnership of the same name
    • "MatPatGT": A reference to the Sans is Ness meme.
    • "Steaming Softie": A reference to Albert Softie.
    • "765 Tea Time": A reference to 765 Company, which is a fictional company from The Idolm@sters
    • "BG Mudbutt": A reference to OG Mudbone.
    • "Vocal Minority Of Penguins": A term coined by The Voice Inside Your Head to describe a group of people in the comment section known as the "DeDeDe-s".
    • "Azusa Miura": A character from THE iDOLM@STER.
    • "Oswald Erinmeyer"
    • "Yui Ichii": A character from Yuyushiki.
    • "Zvyozdochka": A Russian word that roughly translates to "little star".
  • "Jet Fuel Jack" and "xRoxasFanx179" are used for Kingdom Hearts Chain Of Memories Final Mix HD Reverb Edition.
  • "Millennium Hero" and "Slurpies" are used for .@GiIvaSunner Whips & Nae Naes on Ellen the Generous.
  • A couple of fake names are found in The Voice's Highest Quality Video Game Rips:
    • "A Casual Memer"
  • A handful of fake names can also be found in Haltmann's Highest Quality Video Game Rips:
    • "Chief Keef 2"
    • "Crazy Frog"
    • "Shengda Baba feat. VorederlandsFan88 & GayBronyGamer72"
    • "Sony Music Entertainment (Japan)"
    • "Super Mario Galaxy Goats"
  • A few fake names are also used for The SiIvaGunner YTPMV Collab (Eek!).veg.
    • "Solidus STRGG" and "Liquid STRGG" are both obvious references to the contributor Solid STRGG
    • "Bobby"
    • "smelku"
    • "Kitsune^3": A reference to Kitsune², a chiptune artist whose songs were used in many YTPMVs
  • On SiIvaGunner's Highest Quality Rips Volume A, the name "PogoGunner" was used for two rips spoofing the sample-based EDM musician Pogo.
  • "Pizza Totino's Boy" is used for one track in SiIvaGunner (Blue Album).


  1. Featured channels
  7. ""Penis" the Democrat @LeRuseBird", @ChazeOldTwit, Twitter.
Major contributors (10 or more contributions)

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