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Just wanting to share my YouTube channel about raiding, guild leading, and developing others

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To anyone who takes the time to watch or read this - thank you. I love making these videos, and I hope that posting on my behalf isn't frowned upon. AFAIK, it's alright to post this type of information in this forum. If I'm wrong, please let me know and I'll remove it promptly.

 

My YouTube content is just a lot of fun for me to create, and I look forward to continuing the trend and enjoying it for what it is. I have three main series that I run on my channel - a vlog about managing a well ranked raiding guild in WoW, advice on how to handle guild and raid leading, and personal development as a whole. I'll be recording some videos on Wildstar, Destiny, EQ: Next, and more in the near future, too.

 

Thanks again for the look should you find the time to give me one, and as always, have a great day!

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Thanks a ton, Krazyito! The support is always appreciated and welcome. biggrin.png

 

I'll be getting back to making videos now that Blizzcon is over, but for now, here are some "fun" videos from Static's Blizzcon weekend - enjoy!

 

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"Hey look theres our shadow!" biggrin.png

 

Its always great meeting your ingame friends in real life!  Looks like you had an awesome time outside of Blizzcon as well!

 

Enjoying the videos, liked and subscribed too!

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Thanks for the support, Peelyon! And the compliment, Watermasta. I do love my beard. wink.png

 

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Sleep was push aside to bring you three new videos tonight, so enjoy!

 




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Been on hiatus recently, so here is an introduction, a couple of my "popular" videos (and by popular I mean more than two people watched them), and my most recent videos - enjoy!

 






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Good effort on the tacos. You were looking fairly grim towards the end with sweats etc!

Can't believe you wasted all that sauce :p

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Hahaha, thanks man, I just didn't have it in me that day. Didn't eat enough leading up to the challenge. It was a costly mistake!

 

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You could see in your face you were beat after about 5-6 of them!

 

We don't have Taco Bell in the UK or I'd have a go myself :P

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