Fandible Interviewed

Hey Fandible Listeners,

For those of you not aware, we are not disembodied voices full of storytelling awesomeness but actual people who can be talked to. At least, that’s what Pete Figtree is going to attempt. A YouTube interviewer of the highest RPG qualities, he is going to interview the Fandible crew tomorrow (August 22) at 9pm eastern. Come watch us live or watch the recording and make fun of our faces.

Pete Figtree’s Youtube Channel

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9 comments on “Fandible Interviewed

  1. Thelastarchitect says:

    How are we supposed to watch it live? 😛

  2. Arvandus says:

    The hangout should be available to watch from his channel as soon as it starts at 9:00. At least, that’s what the internet gods tell me. Sorry for the confusion.

  3. Jake says:

    It is almost time! How do we join this hangout and cast judgment upon thee?

  4. Barsha Da Barsha says:

    The link will be posted on Google + to watch us live. Sadly, you can’t ‘join’ per say. You can just comment via the google+ comment section while we gab away.

  5. Jake says:

    The best kind of judgment casting! The kind hidden by anonymity!

  6. Barsha Da Barsha says:

    It will be on youtube live. Just pay attention to Pete’s youtube channel (See bottom of announcement for link).

  7. Barsha Da Barsha says:

    Thanks Pete! Here you guys go!

  8. Lucek says:

    I must say You guy’s don’t look anything Like I thought you did and Dan, You look good in green.

  9. Syren says:

    I’m amused that well can pretty much tell the technological acumen of the party based on how clearly all of you are coming in. This is particularly hilarious in the case of Billy and Angela since I’m pretty sure they could have used the same camera, but Billy ended up on the floor.

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