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For the past month, I’ve invested quite a bit of time into my YouTube channel. In addition to a new article here on rjd20.com every Friday at 7:00 p.m. Eastern Time, I’ve released at least two videos a week on YouTube. Most of them are audio versions of my articles, starting all the way back at the first article I wrote in 2018. Slowly and steadily, I’m moving closer to the present day.

Here's my current schedule, videos & all; I've held to it since early February:

  • D&D videos on Wednesday @ 7:00 p.m. Eastern Time on YouTube.
  • D&D articles on Friday @ 7:00 p.m. Eastern Time on RJD20.com.
  • Path of Exile videos whenever inspiration strikes or news hits.

My D&D videos are mostly for people who prefer listening to content being read to them over reading it themselves. Though the audience over there is small and I get very few views, I think it’s worth it in the long run. YouTube isn’t dying anytime soon and I don’t plan on stopping my articles anytime soon, so I think having a version of them you can listen to is definitely worth it. By the end of this year, I plan on being completely up-to-date, so articles & videos will come out on the same day.

If you’re interested in those videos, head on over to the RJD20 channel on YouTube. There, you’ll find multiple playlists: Legendary Lessons TL;DR, Musing Over Monsters TL;DR, Worldforge TL;DR, Best Bits TL;DR, and D&D Prep Talk. That’s all my D&D-related content.

On top of those playlists and videos, you might notice I listed something else above...

Path of Exile

In addition to Dungeons & Dragons, I’ve been playing Path of Exile. I started in November 2019 and haven’t looked back. I’m legitimately hooked on this game — I’m confident it’s my favorite video game ever at this point. I enjoy the story, gameplay, release schedule, and community greatly, so much I wanted to represent it. Right now, I’m only making videos for it but that might translate to a few articles if I am feeling inspired.
Image result for path of exile wall paperIf you enjoy gritty, complex, and fast-paced action roleplaying games, you’ll enjoy Path of Exile. I particularly enjoy its story, something ARPGs aren’t known for. A few of my videos go over it, especially some of the mysteries present in the world of Wraeclast.

In Summary

If you're interested in content other than articles from me, go ahead and subscribe to my channel on YouTube. If you enjoy non-D&D content and Path of Exile sounds exciting to you, head on over there as well. You won't regret it.

Until next time folks, farewell!

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