This"He'S X Subs Why Does He Really Want This" Vibe
And I'll present you to my first showcase megathread, where I talk suggestions thoughts and feedback! As many of you know I've been an RS3 Youtuber for 5years with videos like skilling guides, bossing to max cash, loot videos, reviews, etc.. My streams consist of PvM Content (more lately on archaeology). I made an announcement on my video which I will make a thread on this shared it on Discord/Twitch. The objective is to get feedback that is detailed, transparent and obscure. This thread is going to be linked to every video's description. This thread was accepted by r/Runescape moderators after inquiring to them about this.

After doing some research, the perfect way to produce content that is BETTER is to share it to an audience. I've always wanted to earn a full comments thread but not committed due to this"he has x subs why does he really want this" vibe. I should have made this years back. In reality, I got a suggestion a week before Runefest to allow others to request me to earn a thread that was full like this.

Asking the local audience while it assists, most comments is usually skewed towards being"satisfied". A lot of people within your community enjoy what you are generating and some might prefer no changes (except maybe minor alterations ). With external viewers nevertheless, they are inclined to look for areas to select on and thus it's a fantastic way to catch feedback, according to that report. While it turns into a self-promotion problem, I haven't shared/mentioned my station for quite a while and I promise to not make a thread such as this in the future for at least a year or 2 (possibly never again on r/Runescape).

I enjoy that you ask people for opinions and applaud your dedication. Great iniative and do not listen to this hater below. Your voice can be a bit monotone, it is a whole lot better. I do not actually like slideshows. At times the videos are only you reading the text on the screen (e.g. useful stuff when training ability X to 99). I'd rather have a listing that you don't elaborate on, or determine which items are helpful in which instances (e.g. when should I use a scrimshaw of vampirism? I am aware that it exists, can it be worth investing in as a low level RuneScape participant?) I am still fighting to get a decent becoming into pvm guide. There's some things, but I find it really difficult to figure out what to decorate, which directors are good, how to fight some bosses, the way to use the pvm hub/max guild, etc..

Example: folks say kril is easy. I'm fighting to remain over 20 minutes? Why? What's the difference? It seems like a lot of guides are aimed at maxed RuneScape players with tons of money/gear. I am just starting out and a lot of the manuals are unsuitable for me. Perhaps a series that focusses on managers for lesser level RuneScape players helps? I recall some folks saying I should have the ability to kill krill prior to his prayer draining assault? How??? What abilities, what order, do I use the hub? Adrenaline crystals? Other items? A good deal of guides assume that is some kind of knowledge for pvmers, well guess what, I'm watching your manuals since I don't have that history go deeper to the fundamentals? It can be skipped by Knowledgeable people, but I don't have any clue. Even a simple link to a basics of pvm manual would suffice for me.
Check out www.rsgoldfast.com for more details.
And I'll present you to my first showcase megathread, where I talk suggestions thoughts and feedback! As many of you know I've been an RS3 Youtuber for 5years with videos like skilling guides, bossing to max cash, loot videos, reviews, etc.. My streams consist of PvM Content (more lately on archaeology). I made an announcement on my video which I will make a thread on this shared it on Discord/Twitch. The objective is to get feedback that is detailed, transparent and obscure. This thread is going to be linked to every video's description. This thread was accepted by r/Runescape moderators after inquiring to them about this. After doing some research, the perfect way to produce content that is BETTER is to share it to an audience. I've always wanted to earn a full comments thread but not committed due to this"he has x subs why does he really want this" vibe. I should have made this years back. In reality, I got a suggestion a week before Runefest to allow others to request me to earn a thread that was full like this. Asking the local audience while it assists, most comments is usually skewed towards being"satisfied". A lot of people within your community enjoy what you are generating and some might prefer no changes (except maybe minor alterations ). With external viewers nevertheless, they are inclined to look for areas to select on and thus it's a fantastic way to catch feedback, according to that report. While it turns into a self-promotion problem, I haven't shared/mentioned my station for quite a while and I promise to not make a thread such as this in the future for at least a year or 2 (possibly never again on r/Runescape). I enjoy that you ask people for opinions and applaud your dedication. Great iniative and do not listen to this hater below. Your voice can be a bit monotone, it is a whole lot better. I do not actually like slideshows. At times the videos are only you reading the text on the screen (e.g. useful stuff when training ability X to 99). I'd rather have a listing that you don't elaborate on, or determine which items are helpful in which instances (e.g. when should I use a scrimshaw of vampirism? I am aware that it exists, can it be worth investing in as a low level RuneScape participant?) I am still fighting to get a decent becoming into pvm guide. There's some things, but I find it really difficult to figure out what to decorate, which directors are good, how to fight some bosses, the way to use the pvm hub/max guild, etc.. Example: folks say kril is easy. I'm fighting to remain over 20 minutes? Why? What's the difference? It seems like a lot of guides are aimed at maxed RuneScape players with tons of money/gear. I am just starting out and a lot of the manuals are unsuitable for me. Perhaps a series that focusses on managers for lesser level RuneScape players helps? I recall some folks saying I should have the ability to kill krill prior to his prayer draining assault? How??? What abilities, what order, do I use the hub? Adrenaline crystals? Other items? A good deal of guides assume that is some kind of knowledge for pvmers, well guess what, I'm watching your manuals since I don't have that history go deeper to the fundamentals? It can be skipped by Knowledgeable people, but I don't have any clue. Even a simple link to a basics of pvm manual would suffice for me. Check out www.rsgoldfast.com for more details.
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