Top 10 Giant Spiders

​Bolen counts down the best giant spiders in the history of the world ever. EVER!


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    The amount of talent in the collective Let’s Play fanbase is nothing short of incredible. Are you passionate about editing, animating, crafting, remixing music, cosplaying, or just creating in general? Whether you’re looking for a reason to try something for the first time or you’re a seasoned pro, this is the perfect opportunity to jump in and have your work seen by hundreds of thousands of subscribers.

    A lot has changed with the Let’s Play channel in the last few months, and the new logo is the least of it. As Let’s Play expands and becomes more of a hub for gaming content creators, it only makes sense to also expand the breadth of the Let’s Play Community channel.

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    Though these approaches are a great place to start, don’t feel limited by them. The Let’s Play Community channel is also open to new series ideas, so feel free to get (even more) creative.

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    If you’re ready to start making content, there are a few things to keep in mind. @TrevorC put together a very handy list of instructions and frequently asked questions in the Let’s Play Community group. It’s best to review that info before recording your videos. If you have any questions, the Let’s Play Community group forum is a great place to start. You can also send @TrevorC a message via his profile.

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    Many of you may have watched the Off Topic podcast over the last few months and heard mention of a Luis. He’s the guy traveling with Geoff, or bothering Lindsay in the middle of the night with inane questions, or the traitorous rat bastard who helped Justine win that DOOM tournament.

    That’s me, I’m Luis.

    A few years ago, I met Matt and Burnie and they told me about different ideas for the future of Rooster Teeth and one always stuck with me. They described this idea Geoff had for Let’s Play, growing it into a bigger but tight-knit family of gamers. The idea was to go beyond the concept of a “YouTube network” and work hand-in-hand with content creators, imparting the wisdom Rooster Teeth had learned over 13 long years and sharing the resources they’ve built (e.g. a website platform, a successful store, a presence at conventions, etc.). Beyond the business side of things, it would open the door to new and exciting faces in let’s plays and podcasts and animations and sketches.

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    ...and it felt like we were reading the bones….


    As for The Creatures, I’ve worked with them for years, so I was drawn to them as well. They had a blast at RTX last year and Geoff said it best when he said they were like the younger versions of AH (sort of… maybe more like Rocky Mountain flavor Funhaus). We took a trip up to Denver and kicked things off. Once again, you all spoke to us through your comments and tweets and let us know we were on the right track well before the announcement.

    Kinda Funny and The Creatures felt like an awesome start to what we had envisioned. We plan to keep going, but we’re also not really in a rush. It’s got to click.

    So! If you’ve got a burning passion for someone or a group of someones you think is perfect for the Let’s Play family, let us know. There are no specific requirements beyond everyone here digging it and being able to make the partnership work. While it’s been cool to invite other groups into the madness, that’s not a specific expectation just a really happy accident. So send us your favorite loners, why not?

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