Whenever I get the urge to write, it usually last a couple days, and hundreds of ideas run through my mind. I’ve written essays, letters, and the first chapter to several books that have since been abandoned to collect dust, never to be touched again. And I don’t plan on returning to them, since they’re old and I don’t know where to find them. Twitter doesn’t give enough room, and I don’t like to use Facebook. This leaves one easy option; a blog! I’ve used Tumblr before, so why not add a fourth blog to my account?
I write this all as an introduction to this blog. I’m Deaboy. I’m on Twitter, Facebook (but I never use FB), YouTube, Minecraft, Steam, Google+, and now officially on Tumblr. My interests include Twitter, YouTube, Minecraft, Steam, Valve, Terraria, Google+, Dead Workers Party, Ect. My screen name is usually Deaboy, but it is occasionally FearofMobs, as I have a YouTube Minecraft let’s play under that name.
I don’t think I’m going to leave this post as a simple introduction. I’m going to try to answer one of the most difficult questions; “If you knew everything you do now, would you have done things differently?” Because this question is so broad, I’ll answer it with an even broader answer. “Yes.” But let’s be more specific. When I was first toying with the idea of starting a second YouTube series several months ago (I’m talking about Fear of Mobs here), would I do things differently if I had the knowledge I do now? Well, the answer is a little more difficult then “yes”. I probably would have used a different account to upload the videos. I would rather have Fear of Mobs be a series that is based from my personal channel, Deaboy100. This way, I’d have the freedom to upload let’s plays of several games besides Minecraft and still have the same following. Plus, it’s quite difficult to come up unique names for series that aren’t already taken by other YouTubers. But would I change how my videos are? Well, I would have liked to have my volume adjusted on some of the earlier videos, and 720p would have been nice to have from the start. But as for the actual content and my style of commentating and playing I would keep the same. I love the layout of my Fear of Mobs world, and I often prefer to play in it rather than on servers, to be honest. There’s something about that solitude and zero-lag that makes the game fun.
But I’m going off on a tangent. This blog post is shorter than I’d like it to be, but I can tell now that there isn’t really a clear point I’m trying to get a cross, so I might as well end it now. But, if you don’t already know this, subscribe to my personal YouTube and Twitter accounts, as well as my Fear of Mobs YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook page. Check me out on Google+ and, if you don’t mind, follow/comment on this blog so I can know that people are actually reading it. If I know people care about what I post here, I’ll keep doing it. Catch you all on the flippity-flop!