Channel spooks

Aside from the announced auditory spooks described in the latest video, there are going to be more spooks happening. After thinking about it for roughly ten minutes, I came to conclude that the “Dayren+” channel became redundant – since Vodvill is a thing, most of the videos that would end up on D+ previously go to Vodvill instead. I found out that I have to try really hard to record something that does not qualify for either Vodvill or the main channel. Currently, I do not make videos at such a pace that three channels are reasonable.

So I am deleting Vodvill So I am going to make the Dayren+ channel invisible, in case it becomes needed in the future again, for whatever reason. Additionally, I will be picking the somewhat amusing uploads from it, compiling them into bigger thematic units and reuploading them on the main channel. This will not only make sure the best bits are still publicly available but will also give some traction and “””new””” content to the main channel, which recently hasn’t done much “standalone” videos past the regular series.

Believe me, this is in the viewer’s best interest. I’ve learned this much from Bethesda’s two hundred re-releases of Skyrim in various editions.


Darkest Dungeon, also, afk

Another episode of “Bloodmoonsoon” it’s good etc. More importantly however, I will be leaving today for a spiritual journey into the depths of Europe’s saggy, limp and loosely-hanging bottom appendage, Italy, to ponder the cosmos and void. Simply put, this means that I will not be sober enough able to make videos of any kind, due to the lack of appropriate hardware.

I will return in about ten days to drop a final episode of the Flash Wednesdayren series, then fuck off into the world once again. Well, not a thoroughly productive summer for the channel, but here, have atleast the overly lenghty un-edited let’s play of a super exciting turn based strategy RPG:

TGN Spooks

Here’s a scary thing: YouTube partnership. The appended video goes over the basics, aka “don’t panic, nothing really changes”. Although it does: honestly, giving away an undisclosed percent of my revenue to BBTV gets me access to some really nice analytics/metadata tools, an otherwise rather pricey music library I can use at will and several less useful things like possible merchandise.

I really doubt I’ll get some direct exposure or channel support out of this from the TGN people but the tools alone are in my eyes well worth the pennies that go into this from my end. Well, we’ll see how it works out. Hopefully well.