It’s a small commitment for 2016, but considering you could count the times I’ve streamed Dungeons & Dragons Online on Twitch in the past six months on one hand, this is HUGE. Starting in January 2016, I’ll be playing with two static groups. Since they
My favorite event out of all the permutations we have in Dungeons and Dragons Online is Festivult. Sure, the rare random loot list has some age on it, but I find a simple joy in filling up my cookie jar with random buffs, spells and
Once upon a time, in a land far away, (Well, January 2015 on Argonessen), the Damsels of DDO invited me to run amok in the Stormhorns with them. I played a Dwarf Bard character at the time, and the Damsels Bard-Shamed me. They wanted real
The Moosey and Bew Show premiered on twitch.tv/DDOStream on May 2, 2015. Mooseypants, BonnieBew, and an assortment of guildies and friends played Turbine’s MMORPG Dungeons & Dragons Online on Cannith and Khyber servers. For people who just can’t sit through the original 7-hour stream (I’m
It’s a small commitment for 2016, but considering you could count the times I’ve streamed Dungeons & Dragons Online on Twitch in the past six months on one hand, this is HUGE.
Starting in January 2016, I’ll be playing with two static groups. Since they are scheduled play times, I will stream the wackiness on Twitch.
First up is The Fanservice Experiment, sponsored by the Damsels of DDO. Fanservice is a multiverse role playing guild in the Dungeons and Dragons Online Universe with a specific set of rules that combines Roleplay with Permadeath elements. I’ll be playing on the Cannith server with Lessah, Sahba Jade, Mythery, Draculetta and Perkysaurus on Sundays from midnight to 2am EST. We started on January 3rd, 2016. You can find out more about Fanservice rules if you are interested here. The Experiment will be to iron out any rough places in the rules, then the guild will become open to other DDO players who’d like to participate. I’m not sure if the static group will continue after we kick the tires on the rules setup and the guild becomes open, so this may just be a 4 or 5 episode show. Or… maybe it will go one forever!
At the moment, I am role-playing a Human Fighter/Cleric based on Dean Winchester from the television show Supernatural. Once Lessah started talking about the Fanservice premise, I was, like, “OMG, I just happen to have a Dean Winchester wanna-be lying around on a free-to-play account!” She squealed, so fates were sealed.
Next up is something I’ve been calling Argo-A-Go-Go, but I think Deszi has been referring to it as Ladies’ Night. This will be a static group that plays Thursdays from 11pm-1am EST on the Argonessen server, starting January 7th.
The party is made up of Twelve ladies including Deszi (who you may recognize from some of my other streams with Mooseypants), Cordelia and myself, featuring many Synergia guild members and other friends of Des. We’ll start at level 1, no rules, no holds barred. It will be a combination of reincarnated and brand new characters. Now, since there are twelve of us, that means two groups of ladies who party. We’ll be rolling each week to randomly determine which six ladies (and I use the term loosely) go into which party of partiers.
I’m still trying to decide what build I’ll be using on BonnieBew. I’d been running as a variation of the Dwarf Defender build, where I did 14Brd/6Ftr. I did some Legendary raids on her and had great fun and survivability that I don’t want to leave it behind, but I’m also just wrapping up a pure fighter TR that was fun. I’m considering doing a Human 14 Ftr/5 Wlk Enchanted Spirit Pact/1 FvS (for Divine Might), just for giggles, or 13 Wlk/6 Ftr/1 FvS. Partying with a group, I can get away with pretty much anything, so I am freaking out trying to choose!
So these are my DDO streaming plans for the first quarter of 2016. Hope to see you in the twitch.tv/bonniebew chat room!