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CW: A fictional anecdote containing references to NPC children dying and descriptions of gore & bodily harm to children, all within a Dungeons & Dragons context. This episode Robert Hartley, the DM for Viva La Dirt League, joins me to discuss his streaming experience and why he finds it so addictive. We go through the considerations of running a streamed actual play, compared to just a game at home with friends. Typically, this comes in the form of concessions; inevitably the streamer is distracted from the game. But, as with most things in life, an appreciation of the format is required when planning. The theme or vibe are you trying to achieve with your stream impacts how you approach the content creation process, and with a medium as inherently flexible as D&D, this has a large impact! One of Robert's big draws to streaming though, is interacting with the audience. It's a unique element of the medium, and as such should be leveraged as much of possible. Of course you can see how competes with giving any given D&D game your full attention! Rounding out the episode, when debate the importance of consistency and the parallels between starting D&D, podcasting, and streaming. 04:52 - Transitioning from Home to Streamed Games 16:49 - Streaming an Actual-Play 27:34 - Alternative D&D Content 34:05 - Scratching that twItch 37:34 - Consistency is Key 56:12 - Giving Back Find Robert on: Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/roberthartleygm Viva La Dirt League D&D: https://www.youtube.com/vivaladirtleaguednd 'D&D Logic' Web Series - Episode 1: https://youtu.be/QoO2eI9IioE Twitter: https://twitter.com/RobertHartleyGM Find me on: Website: https://www.thinkingcritically.co.uk Twitter: https://twitter.com/ThinkCritDnD Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thinking_critically_dnd/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThinkingCriticallyDnD References: Viva La Dirt League Dead Aussie Gamer DreadedGM Intro Music: 'Local Forecast' by Kevin MacLeod Intermission Music: 'Chill' by Kevin MacLeod Outro Music: 'Local Forecast - Elevator' by Kevin MacLeod
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