SunGlare

New series - Heroes of the Storm Myths - Need feedback!

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Hello Icy Veins Community!


 


My name is SunGlare, self-titled "The Italian Gamer", being Italian and liking videogames. Clever, I know.


 


I did recently open to public my YouTube channel dedicated to Heroes of the Storm, with sprinkles of other games here and there.


 


Now, onto the matter introduced by the title.


 


Following a popular YouTube series called League of Myths, where the host answers questions related to game mechanics and interactions, I had the idea of importing it into Heroes of the Storm.


 


With this in mind, I concocted a Pilot Episode, to show you what I have in mind for the series.


 


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s3Z3NVgrosk


 


It is based on objective data, tests and science, to bring answers and increase everyone's knowledge of the game.


 


That said, I had the help of a few of my subscribers and followers for the first few questions.


 


Now I need more!


 


You can submit them at starcastreplay@gmail.com


Or on my facebook page: www.facebook.com/SunGlareHOTS


 


Other then questions to answer, I need feedback!


What you guys think could improve the series? What should I include?


HOW SHOULD I NAME IT?


"Heroes of the Storm Myths" is the first thing that came to mind, but I can feel that there is something much more clever than that that I can use as a name for the series.


 


Thank you all for reading this and posting your feedback, I look forward to it!


I'll see you all in game. SunGlare.


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Hello Renato,

I think that this is very good! Maybe we could feature it in our news, to give it some visibility, once you've done a few more instalments.

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