In 2007, my brother, who for some reason never liked it, showed me "The Battle of Beaver Creek". It was just a video containing that part of Episode 30, and he explained it as being part of Red VS Blue, but I didn't know the context of anything I was watching. For the next few years, I scoured YouTube to find the first episode, but when I found the first episode, it was an orange guy and maroon guy, no red no blue. I gave up after a while. During the summer of 2010, I got into Halo 3, and decided to find RvB again, this time doing research. The research led me to Rooster Teeth's YouTube channel, and I was hooked, buying the Remastered box set and ReCollection preorder before finishing Season One. That's my story.
I remember being in high school, and a friend of mine was telling me about Red Vs Blue and talking about these ridiculous conversations these characters were having, and so I started watching the episodes and just fell in love. Rooster Teeth FTW!
I had an old neighbor who was friends with me and my brother. He convinced me to watch the first episode, and I actually didn't like it. I started getting into RVB about a year later when I actually started playing Halo. I had such a blast with the game that I convinced my brother to start watching RVB with me and we became addicted!
A few years back a friend showed me an episode of RvB. About two weeks later I was watching the newest episode fully up-to-date. At first it was just RvB but then I branched out to Fails of the Week, RT Shorts, Immersion, and now everything
I was watching videogame videos on Youtube and I think the first ever video I saw was Jack and Geoff trying to jumpy the shark in the Skate 3 Demo. I gradually became more and more ensconced in the site, its shows and the community
I was probably one of the latest to Red vs blue. I started watching it right before Reach was released. I'd be watching it on youtube, than somewhere along the lines I found this website, don't know how I didn't find it sooner.
My brother showed me an episode of Red vs Blue quite a few years back. I didn't really look into anymore episodes, when I was about 14 I started watching Achievement Hunter, which eventually got me into the podcasts. Since then I've been really attached to all of their videos. I wish I had signed up to the site earlier.
I haven't been a fan for long. Two years ago, my boyfriend told me to check out Red Vs Blue but I wasn't much of a gamer and I thought I wouldn't like it, because I don't play Halo. How wrong I was. But I remember watching The Impossible Game Rage Quit, the first episode of Immersion, and the 8 Bit Interview and thinking, "HEY, THESE GUYS ARE AWESOME." Afterwards, I checked out the rest of the shorts. Then I decided I'd check out Red Vs Blue.