Thursday, November 22, 2018
Thankful For Greyhawk
"My dear new friends...
Crazy to say that, but it’s the truth. Most of our community is made up of new friends - new to me and new to one another. But reality is that just one year ago, we’d only aired one show. And only a few of you were there to watch it live. There was no Greyhawk Channel - just a small group of friends taking the risk to share their regular Sunday night game.
One year later… we’ve had more than 100 people play on the channel, nearly 20 different DMs, and have streamed more than 700 hours in the process. And @everyone thats super cool.
But waaaaay more cool is that there’s now a community of people who hang out together - supporting each other, foodporning together, sharing snacks and alcohol and crude humor together. Its a big group of good friends. And this is something none of us had a year ago. Its something we all built together.
I’m a blessed man. But this year one of my greatest blessings is something I didn’t expect, didn’t plan, didn’t see coming. Its you. All of you. This year, I’m thankful as hell for every one of you who help me look forward to every morning. You have made The Greyhawk Channel home. A home I deeply love.
This was year one. I promise you all another year of adventure, laughter, and friendship. Who’s with me?"
Who is with him? The Greyhawk community is still active and alive and can be found all over the map. In addition to the many fine DMs and players at the Greyhawk Channel I'm thankful to have:
Anna Meyer for the unparalleled Atlas of the Flanaess.
Dave Guerreri and staff running 5E Greyhawk Reborn.
Joseph Bloch for his foresight and the long-running Greyhawk Grognard.
Scott Casper for co-producing the Castle Greyhawk Comic with me as artist.
The Greyhawk faithful on the forums for Canonfire, Dragonsfoot and the Piazza.
Denis Tetreault for maps, lore and hosting my old comics at Melkot.
My friends Carlos Lising and Allan Grohe for running and producing wonderful professionally made Greyhawk games at conventions like Garycon.
Of course, my game own group for the Gamerstable podcast and putting up with my Greyhawk obsession.
The amazing Facebook groups, Sages of Greyhawk, Flanaess Geographical Society and also Canonfire a Greyhawk Resource for re-releasing my old comics to a new audience.
Lord Gosumba for keeping the old school alive on new media.
Return to the Bandit Kingdoms for being there with the streaming Greyhawk fandom.
Bards of Greyhawk for doing what no one else is doing in D&D fandom. Original music.
And to so many other creators of Greyhawk content and online entertainment that I can't recall you all, Happy Thanksgiving all and let's have a great CY 2019.