Thanks to all the support I’ve been getting from the BSo7 community, I’m only seven followers away from my goal of 50 followers (what I need to apply for Twitch Affiliate status) by the end of the year! If you’re already following me on Twitch, thank you so much for your support. If you aren’t please consider doing so and enabling notifications – you will be then notified the next time I go live on Twitch! (Also thanks to hard work by myself, I’m back to a week ahead of my schedule for YouTube video releases.)
I’m going to be live streaming more to Twitch! Whenever I have at least three hours, I will be live streaming to my Twitch channel as I have had a lot of fun the last two nights doing so. As I am off Wednesday and Thursday night, you can expect me to live stream for at least four hours each night probably starting around 10 PM MST.
If you don’t already, consider following my Twitter account as I tweet whenever I go live! Also, I am releasing new videos every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday to my YouTube channel, so please consider taking a look and subscribing. I’m also in the process of posting most of them to Swagnilla Ice, so please be patient while I do so (the only videos I’m not posting are testimonials and Wii U racing videos).
I’m no longer playing my pack, Peaceful Pack. Instead, I found two different modpacks that are centered around playing in Peaceful Mode of Minecraft that I’ll make series out of, and play myself. I may also get brave enough to face the monsters of the game, and start a Vanilla World, but don’t count on it any time soon. 😉 I also deleted the Village Architect episodes I had posted to my channel already as it’s a dead series without the same world to return to. Instead, I’ll reboot that series starting next Tuesday on one of the other packs. For tomorrow’s episode, I’ll record the thirtieth episode of Swagtown, my Banished Let’s Play series instead of a Minecraft-based episode like I had originally planned.
I decided to reboot my Village Architect series because the first place wasn’t good for long-term development. Not to mention that I was also getting tired of listening to the villager noises, but I also prefer more flat terrain when building structures. Yeah, in one of my worlds I built inside mountains, but they were on the edge of a flat forested plain where I had started building (and I didn’t feel like flattening entire mountains and so incorporated them into my builds).
In my world that I sometimes stream from, I’ve made some nice progress and have switched from cobblestone roads to stone brick ones as I have plenty of that material now (thanks to powering up and configuring a Material Stonework Factory to mass-produce it). I’m now focused on getting pigs and chickens autobred and slaughtered to produce their drops and essence for my iron farm (as the cow farm doesn’t produce enough for a decent speed of iron on it own). It will also make my old egg and feather farm obsolete, so I will be tearing it down after I transfer the chickens to the new farm. I’ve also created a place to enchant my stuff and a place to build the various vehicles.
I’ve reposted a fanfic of my own at Unlimited Fan Fiction called Harry James Pendragon-Slytherin: Heir of Arthur. It is only the first chapter, but it is nice to have some more content in my new archive, rather than having it blank. Maybe seeing something there will encourage more people to register as members there. 😉 I honestly wish I had more content to post, but I have deleted in the past much of my younger work when I had written much more, including some highly praised Pokemon stories.
I have an idea for what I can do while I upload videos to YouTube. I can either play my games which don’t require internet access to play or I can work on my fan fiction. Yes, I can’t write them on the website, but nothing is stopping me from using my desktop applications! I have been wondering when I would find the time to write and here is an obvious solution.
I’m going to resume recording videos! Last night and tonight I will be live streaming (and hopefully raising some money for the Movember Foundation), and starting Sunday afternoon, I will be recording, uploading, and scheduling the release of new episodes of my two current YouTube series: Swagtown and Village Architect. I’m also going to be working on moving my videos from a page on this website to a dedicated website called Swagnilla Ice (I’ll add a link to the sidebar when it’s ready for visitors!). Each video will be in its own dedicated post, with posts in the same series linked to one another.