More Comprehensive FactsAlright, now that things are a little more calm today I think I can explain as clearly as possible what has happened in the past few days. My YouTube account has been terminated for multiple claims of third party infringement or something along those terms. I don't think that I have to say it, but some people do surprise me: I do not, nor have I ever, uploaded full episodes or movies in their entirety. People cannot go to my videos and download one of them and get the same experience as actually watching the episode or movie. I am not a pirate. I don't support pirates. I have bought everything I've reviewed that are still available to purchase (exceptions would be things like dropped pilots where you cannot buy them anywhere).More Comprehensive Facts7 months ago in Other More Like This
Now a copyright match is not the same thing as a copyright claim or a strike. A strike is when a company goes out of their way to file a DMCA against one or more of your videos. Even if the video is blocked world-wide, it is still not a strike. They need to make
The First Nuzlocke Yellow StreamSo yesterday I practiced recording a Nuzlocke playthrough on stream, and I did specify it practice for recording. Today we are starting the real deal of me playing through a Nuzlocke of Pokemon yellow. And if I did my job correctly, it should be recording because I do intend to edit this up and place it on YouTube when and if I get my account back.The First Nuzlocke Yellow Stream6 months ago in Other More Like This
Rules of the Nuzlocke:
1.) If a Pokemon faints, it is considered dead and must be released. No exceptions.
2.) You can only catch one new Pokemon per route/area (things like Mt. Moon are counted as one area). If it faints or runs away you cannot catch anything in that area.
2a.) If you've caught that particular Pokemon before you can skip it and catch the next thing you see.