A New Journey
Well met, fellow dungeon masters and adventurers.
Yesterday, I officially began a new venture, yet another leg in my quest to become a prominent voice in the Dungeons and Dragons and roleplaying game community. I created a plan for YouTube and posted my first, official video to my channel (aptly named RJD20).
This premiere video is the first in a series that will be known as Legendary Lessons TL;DR. This series will go over all of my Legendary Lessons articles, extracting the most important information from them and streamlining the content for those who don't enjoy reading as much as they enjoy watching content. In addition, the videos will be more personalized and contain more anecdotes from my home games.
Here's the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ndGF1VSSi6g
In other news, as some of you probably know, I'm married! We've been together for nearly eight years now and moved into our first apartment two weeks ago. I'm incredibly excited to begin this new journey with her by my side - and absolutely loving living in a home that I can call ours.
I also hit 300 Twitter followers last week, a milestone many may scoff at. Nonetheless, 'twas an incredibly happy moment for me!
For those of you who are interested, my general content cadence, both here and on YouTube, will be as follows:
- Monday: New article on RJD20.com
- Wednesday: New mini-adventure on RJD20.com
- Friday: New video on the RJD20 YouTube channel
- Everyday: D&D tips, tricks, and content on the various RJD20 social media platforms (Twitter, Facebook, et cetera)
In addition to Legendary Lessons TL;DR, I'm doing a series called #My30DayWorld, in response to a challenge by Absolute Tabletop - a challenge that I was late in completing due to finals, a new job, and my wedding. I'm also going to live stream session prep and actual play D&D, as well as begin a series on building a world after I finish the aforementioned #My30DayWorld.
I genuinely hope you are all interested and enjoy the content I'm putting out. If you have any comments, suggestions, or hardcore critiques, leave a comment below or contact me via Twitter.
Until next time, fare thee well!