Lindsay Elise Jones (née Tuggey) is a Rooster Teeth employee, and former manager of Achievement Hunter. She primarily edits Achievement Hunter videos, but also occasionally stars in them. She was also a member of the Internet Box Podcast before its cancellation. Her YouTube channel is thetugglife and her Rooster Teeth profile is Lindsay.
On May 9, 2014, she married fellow Achievement Hunter and Rooster Teeth employee Michael Jones. She also used to be a varsity volleyball player back in her high school days.
She also revealed on the Rooster Teeth Podcast that she once burned down a Frat House kitchen on her first visit there.
On November 12, 2016 during the Extra Life livestream, Lindsay announced that she was pregnant with Michael's baby.
On January 10, 2017, Michael revealed that he and Lindsay would be having a baby girl.
 Their daughter Iris was born a few months later.
In January 2016, Lindsay became the behind-the-scenes head of Achievement Hunter. It was revealed on April 8 of the same year on the Achievement Hunter Podcast, Off Topic, by herself and Geoff Ramsey.
Lindsay and Michael shared their first kiss at a New Years Eve party at Griffon Ramsey's art studio The Fort.
On May 24, 2017, Lindsay and Michael welcomed a baby girl, Iris Elise Jones.
Lindsay was initially a redhead, though much lighter than Ruby's primarily black (with red tint). She has since spent some time as a blonde.
Lindsay's Minecraft skin is Kazooie from Banjo-Kazooie. Fittingly, Michael uses Banjo in the same game.
Lindsay is known to really make mistakes in video games (including answering the wrong question in Rouletsplay Quiplash 2). This is especially clear in GTA V.
Her style of driving eventually led to Achievement Hunter doing a playlist where she was to win every race - and she STILL managed to end up third in the second one when Michael and Ryan inadvertently overtook her at the line thanks to a clever move on her part. Michael would've been overall second and Ryan third had this not happened. To ice the cake, the other Achievement Hunters had each bet $1,000 on her, and her third-place finish cost them several thousand dollars (in-game); Lindsay herself, the only one who didn't bet, therefore didn't lose any money.
One of the rules for that particular episode was that if she were to make contact with another player, that player was to go to last place. She started one race in reverse, and hit a stationary Gavin (who missed the original mayhem having been the only one to take the other route) in another.
Despite all this, she is surprisingly good at Mario Kart.