Youtubes that are actually useful for gaming, because they're anecdotal and full of useful advice, not actual play:
I'm watching forward from the end, but in particular: Vegan Steve, Leaping Wizards, and Never Get On The Boat are must-watch.
Don't Sleep It's Broken
3d6 Six Times In Order
Bundle of Fantasy Age
Tried watching Critical Role S2E1, had to fast-forward a lot, it takes them 2 1/2 hours to get to the first fight, they haven't left the bar. I woulda started killing all of the DM's talky NPCs 2 hours before. No dungeons, no dragons.
Also "sponsored" by D&D Beyond, so expect a lot of vamping for charsheet builders that don't quite work, and expensive online books you can only use until they shut this service down in 2 years.
In which Flaky Pastry's cast plays a steampunk fantasy RPG: http://flakypastry.runningwithpencils.com/comic.php?strip_id=700
#rpg #comic #inception
On Twitter, years ago I called for a Hardware Wars Special Edition.
But someone made the same joke and committed to it on YouTube.
On Naming a New Game
I have a blog where I write about cyberpunk. Just posted a review of Synners (1991)
I'm an actuary-slash-RPGer based in the Philippines. I started with D&D 3.5 and currently use #dnd5e as my main system.
I'm also quite fond of #OSR systems - I've never actually played the older eds, so people sometimes find it weird that I like this family of rulesets. But nevertheless, these days 25% of the games I run are OSR.
I also have my patreon at https://www.patreon.com/nosfecatu where I adapt Filipino myths and monsters to RPGs. I will plug this from time to time. :D
Turkeys: Generally appearing as a new monster in Stone Halls & Serpent Men:
Reading the Dragon part 1