The community has become an even bigger part now, as two members Shan and Tristan have found the ring! To celebrate this, and how awesome you all have been, we decided to make one more episode! Watch us answer some frequently asked questions and interview Tristan and Shan.
And as a bonus bonus, if you've been thinking about trying the journey out for yourself, Chris has written a journal that lays out the path that we took in detail. You can find that here.
RWBY RWBY RWBYDo you need an excuse to go to RTX? Well, you shouldn't. Seriously.
But in case you do, we've got another great reason for you to go. In this week's Rooster Teeth Podcast we announced that we will be officially debuting the first episode of RWBY live at RTX! We're all very excited for you guys to check it out, almost as excited as we think (hope) you all will be to see it. So, join us, won't you!
And if that wasn't enough RWBY, we also announced that the "W" trailer will be out…soon. And not even bad soon where we're trying to be vague, we mean actual soon.
Hello Internet! So as many of you know, Chris and I recently went to the Supanova events in Australia. Well, while we were over on that side of the world we hopped on a plane and headed over to New Zealand. Why did we do that? Well, we're both really big Lord of the Rings fans, and super excited about the release of The Hobbit this week. So we decided to do something...stupid. But also cool. Chris and I decided to have our very own fellowship and destroy the One Ring (Well, a replica. It's a really nice replica though). Unfortunately, these locations are...fictional. But, their filming locations aren't. So that's what we set out to do. We attempted to walk from the film set used to film the Hobbiton footage, to the Mountain that was used as Mt. Doom, over 120 miles! And we made a video series out of it! So grab some Lembas bread and a Hobbit pipe, sit back, and watch the first part of our journey: A Simple Walk Into Mordor.
Fun in VegasNow that a little time has passed I thought I would make a journal about the IAWTV awards, but more specifically, Vegas. I had a really fun time there despite being 20 (the legal drinking and gambling age is 21). There we some people that were very adamant that there was no way that I could have fun in Vegas, and that it was in fact cruel to send me. I thought I would take some photos of my fun times in Vegas to show them that anyone can have fun in Vegas!
Here I am checking out an aquarium at a casino, man they have so many cool things here!
Relaxing by the pool, we had a whole house to ourselves!
One casino was Venetian themed and had an awesome painted ceiling, these places have everything!
Here I am checking out a Venetian style mall, so fun!
Just being around the excitement was good enough!
Hey look! We won!
Dinner with the crew afterwards!
Playing Ping Pong at our house, so much fun!
The Bellagio water show sure was a sight to see!
Check it out, a boxing match!
See, you don't need to be 21 in Vegas to have a good time!
If I could, I'd like to take a moment of your time and point you to a good cause. A great friend of mine is participating in an Out of Darkness Community Walk, which is part of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. He's been a very good friend to me for the past 6 or 7 years now, so if I can do anything to help and support him I will in a heartbeat. To find out more you can go check out his journal here, where he has more information about the Walk and how you can support.