Shimotsuki Ghostly

Rest In Peace KiriNigiri, We Will Miss You.
Rogerbase the Kevin durrant of one piece youtube
Damn haha, I've heard that name before but I'm not familiar with him unfortunately. I believe I've heard Drizzt mention Kevin before, maybe Jay D Legend and Protoype Vergo but I'm not certain.

On that note, Drizzt, Jay D Legend, Vergo, Nya Hemmingz and Fiji are the Youtubers I was friends with and I used to mod for most of them. They're all pretty cool guys, I like them a lot. Matt Bensei and Red Force Podcast, Christian and Eric are great from what I've seen too.

I think the real issue is not so much the Youtubers themselves I guess, more so the fame they get, the ones who really get big on Youtube,tend to have a much bigger fanbase ofc and thus thats where you get more toxicity as a natural cause too unfortunately, I've noticed that with more popular anime/manga series vs more niche ones and especially with games and their communities.

Smaller game communities tend to be a lot more chill especially if they're only single player or co-op focused but smaller fanbase/lesser known PVP/multiplayer type games can have issues with toxicity and elitism which doesn't help their situation at all ironically.

I suppose the burden of having at least 100k fans or at least some drastically high number like that tends to spur a lot more toxicity in their communites due to the sheer amount of people, a lot of idiots and "meatheads" and such will be there. I kept hearing horror stories of how truly toxic, degenerate, deranged, aggressive etc people were on BDA (Brago/BDA Law's) and KoL's Discord servers were like lol. The other servers I was on were much quieter and I was usually the most active person on them, keeping them alive mostly through my own spamming and shitposting.
 

Shimotsuki Ghostly

Rest In Peace KiriNigiri, We Will Miss You.
I knew that for a while but still kept watching his vids but then he made an anime episode live reaction and act as he is getting info first time
Yeah I hate it when people do stuff like that, its very deceitful. I've suspected some Youtubers of reading spoilers/getting info before they live react to chapters and such too.
 
Yeah I hate it when people do stuff like that, its very deceitful. I've suspected some Youtubers of reading spoilers/getting info before they live react to chapters and such too.
I think rogersbase said he don't read any spoilers before he makes his live reaction videos
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Chapter 1.038 title will be "Raizo vs Fukurokuju"
The best fight in one piece history
 
Damn haha, I've heard that name before but I'm not familiar with him unfortunately. I believe I've heard Drizzt mention Kevin before, maybe Jay D Legend and Protoype Vergo but I'm not certain.

On that note, Drizzt, Jay D Legend, Vergo, Nya Hemmingz and Fiji are the Youtubers I was friends with and I used to mod for most of them. They're all pretty cool guys, I like them a lot. Matt Bensei and Red Force Podcast, Christian and Eric are great from what I've seen too.

I think the real issue is not so much the Youtubers themselves I guess, more so the fame they get, the ones who really get big on Youtube,tend to have a much bigger fanbase ofc and thus thats where you get more toxicity as a natural cause too unfortunately, I've noticed that with more popular anime/manga series vs more niche ones and especially with games and their communities.

Smaller game communities tend to be a lot more chill especially if they're only single player or co-op focused but smaller fanbase/lesser known PVP/multiplayer type games can have issues with toxicity and elitism which doesn't help their situation at all ironically.

I suppose the burden of having at least 100k fans or at least some drastically high number like that tends to spur a lot more toxicity in their communites due to the sheer amount of people, a lot of idiots and "meatheads" and such will be there. I kept hearing horror stories of how truly toxic, degenerate, deranged, aggressive etc people were on BDA (Brago/BDA Law's) and KoL's Discord servers were like lol. The other servers I was on were much quieter and I was usually the most active person on them, keeping them alive mostly through my own spamming and shitposting.
When your video is coming 🙄
 
Damn haha, I've heard that name before but I'm not familiar with him unfortunately. I believe I've heard Drizzt mention Kevin before, maybe Jay D Legend and Protoype Vergo but I'm not certain.

On that note, Drizzt, Jay D Legend, Vergo, Nya Hemmingz and Fiji are the Youtubers I was friends with and I used to mod for most of them. They're all pretty cool guys, I like them a lot. Matt Bensei and Red Force Podcast, Christian and Eric are great from what I've seen too.

I think the real issue is not so much the Youtubers themselves I guess, more so the fame they get, the ones who really get big on Youtube,tend to have a much bigger fanbase ofc and thus thats where you get more toxicity as a natural cause too unfortunately, I've noticed that with more popular anime/manga series vs more niche ones and especially with games and their communities.

Smaller game communities tend to be a lot more chill especially if they're only single player or co-op focused but smaller fanbase/lesser known PVP/multiplayer type games can have issues with toxicity and elitism which doesn't help their situation at all ironically.

I suppose the burden of having at least 100k fans or at least some drastically high number like that tends to spur a lot more toxicity in their communites due to the sheer amount of people, a lot of idiots and "meatheads" and such will be there. I kept hearing horror stories of how truly toxic, degenerate, deranged, aggressive etc people were on BDA (Brago/BDA Law's) and KoL's Discord servers were like lol. The other servers I was on were much quieter and I was usually the most active person on them, keeping them alive mostly through my own spamming and shitposting.
He's a NBA player that got caught lurking twitter for his name
 

Shimotsuki Ghostly

Rest In Peace KiriNigiri, We Will Miss You.
I think rogersbase said he don't read any spoilers before he makes his live reaction videos
I hope that is true, that would be great if so. I don't think he's that dishonest to lie about that, at least hopefully not lol. Some other Youtubers who live react made very suspicious videos right before a chapter came out and happened to confirm/reveal what they had a video out on before.

When your video is coming 🙄
Unfortunately I fell in a bad depression spiral and didn't get around to it. I've not been doing so well lately. But I am still determined to get some videos out, I just am so undecided on how to format them too, I think text based might be my best option realistically tbh. It's not my ideal option to do but I might have to compromise with that.

I've also just been feeling my content might not be good enough to even bother making the videos tbh, to bother doing them. I have severe self esteem issues tbh, so its difficult for me to get anything done. I have thought of trying to brute force myself to do them though.

It would really help if I could just stop overthinking it like I do with everything and just make them. Insecurities are a complete nightmare and bitch.


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My man knew who the GOAT of OP YOUTUBER IS! :perocry:
Hahaha, thats true as well! Tekking is the best at least in personality and his behaviour/actions imo. He does have the best vibes and most fun videos imo. Also he doesn't rely on clickbait/senstionalist titles and thumbnails too as far as I know. Its funny as he's the most successful or one of the most at least successful OP Youtubers with just sheer passion, dedication, charisma, energy, genuine and wholesome positivity and such.

I remember when Protoype Vergo first appeared on the Reverie streams, he fell asleep and Tekking was genuinely worried for and caring about his well being, I really respected Tekking for that as well as his charity work.

For what it's worth, I do think most OP youtubers if not all of them are very likeable in general.

He's a NBA player that got caught lurking twitter for his name
Ahh haha, I think I did hear about that from Drizzt or some former friends from Jay D Legend's server now you mention it, that does sound familiar. I've heard of certain famous/important people doing that, I guess its natural to be curious on what people are saying about you online when you are well known or such? I would be probably be doing the same in their positions tbh.
 
I hope that is true, that would be great if so. I don't think he's that dishonest to lie about that, at least hopefully not lol. Some other Youtubers who live react made very suspicious videos right before a chapter came out and happened to confirm/reveal what they had a video out on before.



Unfortunately I fell in a bad depression spiral and didn't get around to it. I've not been doing so well lately. But I am still determined to get some videos out, I just am so undecided on how to format them too, I think text based might be my best option realistically tbh. It's not my ideal option to do but I might have to compromise with that.

I've also just been feeling my content might not be good enough to even bother making the videos tbh, to bother doing them. I have severe self esteem issues tbh, so its difficult for me to get anything done. I have thought of trying to brute force myself to do them though.

It would really help if I could just stop overthinking it like I do with everything and just make them. Insecurities are a complete nightmare and bitch.


:crybeard::josad:



Hahaha, thats true as well! Tekking is the best at least in personality and his behaviour/actions imo. He does have the best vibes and most fun videos imo. Also he doesn't rely on clickbait/senstionalist titles and thumbnails too as far as I know. Its funny as he's the most successful or one of the most at least successful OP Youtubers with just sheer passion, dedication, charisma, energy, genuine and wholesome positivity and such.

I remember when Protoype Vergo first appeared on the Reverie streams, he fell asleep and Tekking was genuinely worried for and caring about his well being, I really respected Tekking for that as well as his charity work.

For what it's worth, I do think most OP youtubers if not all of them are very likeable in general.



Ahh haha, I think I did hear about that from Drizzt or some former friends from Jay D Legend's server now you mention it, that does sound familiar. I've heard of certain famous/important people doing that, I guess its natural to be curious on what people are saying about you online when you are well known or such? I would be probably be doing the same in their positions tbh.
King recon Is also a very down to earth OP youtuber!
 
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