Greetings, in this post I decided to show some love to a few of my favorite RPG oriented Youtube channels. Though some have very decent followings at least one is fairing new. Each of these Youtubers hit a different niche which is why I really enjoy them. So I figured I’d post a link to there various social media accounts & share a video of theirs that I really enjoyed.
I’ll start with good Ol’ Hankerin Ferndale of Runehammer Games. I discovered him back when his channel was still called “Drunken & Dragons”. Though his channel changed names & shifted to a more self-promotional model for his own RPG – Index Card RPG (ICRPG) – I still enjoy watching his videos, especially his drawing ones. AS anyone who has followed Hank for awhile you know he can be very silly & from time to time wax philosophically upon various obscure topics that he uses to inform his designs & play style.
Here is the Runehammer site which has links to where to buy his games & books, as well as his art blog.
Here is the wonderful ICRPG G+ community, which is a flurry of vastly creative people drawn to Hank & the ICRPG game (I neeeeeeeeeedz me the 2e ICRPG).
And lastly here is his Patreon.
Now to Bill of Rollstats! This dude has mad passion for all things Dungeons & Dragons. Lately he has been delving into his Basic/Expert D&D love – frankly I’ve been digging it, He is speaking my language – Grognard! Though much of his content has to do with 5e D&D, he does reviews on games & such; plus covers various D&D related topic. We have great conversations in his comments under his videos.
I am looking forward to his future videos and the conversations that they spawn – let’s face it one I was in not with Bill got heated over something silly but that is because we are passionate people. I hope that his youtube subscriber base starts to grow even faster. Well I’ll get to his core social media:
Here is his Roll Stats Blog.
Here is his Roll Stats Facebook.
Here is one of my favorite Roll Stats video on unboxing a Basic D&D.
Next is Ben Milton aka known as Questing Beast. His channel is a mix of OSR (Old School Renaissance) reviews, mapping tutorials & the rare interview. Bill is a talented mapper & reviewer, but he is also publisher of his own OSR RPG Maze Rats. I love to watch both his reviews & mapping videos.
Here are his social media:
Here is his Questing Beast youtube channel.
Here is his Ben Milton G+.
Here is his Questing Blog.
Here is an interesting interview with Zak Smith.
Well this will be all for this episode of my Musings of a Hooli-Geek blog & I’ll be back soon, Fin.