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Author Topic: Know Your Roll (Youtube Channel)  (Read 635 times)


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Know Your Roll (Youtube Channel)
« on: February 22, 2022, 11:47:18 PM »
Ya know... instead of just posting a single video, maybe I ought to do a legit promotion of my channel! We are a general nerd based content channel that's been around for about 6-7 years now, and actively upload 3-4 videos a day on a monthly schedule.
Twice a day we put out tabletop RPG videos of running series we play on our twitch.
(Currently: Torchbearer/D&D/Ironclaw/Pathfinder)
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Once a week we put out a podcast in video and audio only format called Notes from the Aleph which is about games design and theory.
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Four times a week we put out reaction content...
(Currently Gundam: Iron-Blood Orphans, Sabuiki Bisco, Tokyo 24th Ward and random content based on a wheel)
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And lastly a full playthrough of the entire Final Fantasy series is uploaded, one episode at a time, every day.
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If any of that interests you, come check us out and let us know how we are doing! We'd be glad to have you and more eyes always means more notes on how to improve.