VEDA 2019.04.06 – Computing Turducken (Part One)

This is my big secret project – the Computing Turducken. It is part-computer design, part-art project. This video has taken an extraordinary amount of time to set up (and a not-insignificant amount of money, despite my efforts to be a cheapskate), but I think it is worth it in the end. Hopefully my rambling doesn’t take away from the enjoyment of the video, even if it is a nearly-hour-long-vlog.

I’ll be doing updates on the Turducken every so often, with a major update once a week (probably).

I talk about my preferences in roleplaying characters. Note that this isn’t what I end up playing all of the time – I usually just fill in whatever role is available, I’m talking about my own tendencies and preferences on character creation. Mostly D&D, but I hit other systems as well.

Fun fact – you can only add “video from the web” on a desktop. Mobile Tumblr client doesn’t let you, and I haven’t used my laptop in a couple of days now. So three posts in a row time!

Anyway, I talk about my most recently played roleplaying character along with feeding my kitties. Oh yeah, and the first part of the video was eaten by my camera crashing. I’m serious.