However there are those who feel, because they sub on Twitch, bought the T-shirts and backed the Patreon that they feel somewhat entitled to having some say of a channel’s programming or knowing more than they should. TB’s had his share of opinions on matters such as these, had his clashes with his fanbase, but ultimately his point of view is a salient one. DrewM87 DrewM87 Kinda brings out a greater issue of the culture of today, really. Hopefully this finally lifts the blood haze, and propels RollPlay further skyward. Retrieved from ” https: In another way i’m happy that from now on, it will be much easier for everyone to enjoy RollPlay again.
JP isn’t responsible for reddit trolls and their conspiracy theories. However there are those who feel, because they sub on Twitch, bought the T-shirts and backed the Patreon that they feel somewhat entitled to having some say of a channel’s programming or knowing more than they should. Reddit trolls and their conspiracy theories didn’t spawned these accusations and questions it was the broken communication between the two. In another way i’m happy that from now on, it will be much easier for everyone to enjoy RollPlay again. Living on the edge of society, the crew of the Swan Song travel space looking to score big and keep themselves one step ahead of the bounty hunters, rogue AIs and criminal syndicates out for their blood. JP has a degree in communication arts from the University of the Incarnate Word. I give kudos to content creators that do acknowledge fanaticism and call it out when they see it because It’s a risky thing for some of them to do, when you think about the financial implications it can have, depending on the fanbase, etc. Return to the Online Role Playing:
And in all honesty, knowing the exact details of what happened between the two, won’t change anything for the viewer. Like JP said in his OP.
What started as a fantasy cyberpunk game about criminals living on the edge slowly became a character-focused story about interpersonal drama. Reddit trolls and their conspiracy theories didn’t spawned these accusations and questions it was the broken communication between the two. I can’t speak for JP on any of this, and it’s fully my own opinion, but as an entertainer and public figure myself, I know that people WILL ihmejp up with wild theories, start witch hunts against me, state their opinions as fact specifically about personal itmjepbut it doesn’t mean they have the RIGHT to.
All that we can hope for is it handled with more clarity and care in the future. That’s a touchy subject and one that’s very complicated.
And I will continue to hope that one day, Steven will return to Rollplay in one way or another. I was one of those people that were really confused when the first announcements of RollPlay came out and had to seek all sorts of outlets for answers. That’s a lot of things to float in addition to dealing with an increasing number of cast candidates for his shows, I don’t quite rollpoay how he manages it but kudos to him for making it work thus far with minimum hiccups.
Kinda dramaa out a greater issue of the culture of today, really. After MLG bought gotfrag, JP continued to work in the video game industry writing for several different sites until MLG picked up World of Warcraft, at which time he became a contractor for them. Steven and I have discussed them recently, and I’m pretty confident in saying we’ve cleared up any questions specifically regarding that decision between the two of us.
DrewM87 DrewM87 I thought this forum message conveyed things far better than the rather awkward interview Cohh did of both JP and Adam when the Patreon announcement came out on Dropped Frames where, admittedly, I felt questions regarding Steven and his involvement in the brand just left me unsatisfied at the answers given at the time particularly when at the time it seemed to have caught Steven himself by surprise at the time if I recall his twitter itnejp correctly.
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Steven was not asked to participate in the upcoming Swan Song. Plu,s Adam to this day, even on his latest office hours referred to Steven as a friend.
Any fandom with a following of any sort has it’s good elements and rollplau bad, sometimes the only way of trying to curtail the bad is with clearer communication with all parties involved to have a cohesive message especially following cancellation of popular shows, announcement of a yet unproven Patreon model for future programming and for me, itmdjp start of Court of Swords was especially rocky that nearly turned me from the brand entirely. In another way i’m happy that from now on, it will be much easier for everyone to enjoy RollPlay again.
He was the rollpoay cause of Rollplay’s inception and creation. I’m glad you two have cleared things up between the two of you; really that’s the most important thing I think.
The same goes for entertainers and their audiences. The theories made it much harder to proceed and methaphorically clog the water under the bridge.
On the recent questions regarding Steven itmeJP General. Being a public figure means that you exchange a small keyword: Sorry but it was very public. It was a private affair that he’s being forced to comment on due to the rise in unfounded accusations and questions. This is the cause of confusion for some viewers. It has become a topic of conversation across this community site, Twitter, my YouTube channel, and on the unofficial subreddit.
I’d like to take a few minutes to say a few things. Woadwise Woadwise I think there’s a fine line between being a “fan” and being “fanatical,” and my interpretation of your post is that you’re describing fanatical people. These channels may feature Mature content.
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It doesn’t make it OK, and I think pointing out “this specific issue is private” is a good reminder that not everything has to opened up for public commentary, that it’s not a part of the SMALL sacrifice being made to put content out there. In one way I feel sad that all the theories and conspiracy talk “forced” you to make this statement, because some individuals like to make a big deal wanting to clarify things that is none of their business although their interest. Not because I don’t want to engage with the community, but because I don’t want what goes on behind the scenes especially if it involves personal drama to ruin the experience of a viewer.
It’s important for me to first point out that I’ve always tried to keep the focus on the content being produced and not the business behind it.