Let's play is a wonderful hobby. But sometimes, you can't fill the air on your own. You need a co-commentator. And that's where this thread comes in. Due to the massive pain in the ass of keeping track of co-commentator requests last time I did this, please keep it to just putting yourself down as "Willing to co-comm", ta. I'll be trying to update this OP with the lovely folks who volunteer, and if you want to be taken off the list for any reason, edit your post, give me a DM, and I'll do just that.
Anyway, a good resume has a format, and lucky for you, I've got this down to a science!
And there you go! Shill your co-commenting skills, find the good chemistry of your dreams, and have fun!Da Formula wrote:Name - Obviously, your forum name.
Discord - I know, some folks still use Skype, or other things, but the most common one is Discord nowadays. So use that if you can.
Other Contact - This is an optional one, because obviously, you're here, quite a few are in the Beach discord, and there's "Email me" in your profiles if you've set that on.
Timezone/Preferred Hours - As someone who's co-commed with folks from all over the world (but mostly the US and Canada), I know arranging co-comms between time-zones is a fuck. This'll help.
Specialty Subjects - Shit you really know. Example from experience: Grump knows naval history. And is good at being a sassmonster. These are two specialties. Okay, one's not a subject, per se, but the kind of style you go with can help too.
Ibblebibble- Anime, Gacha games, and MMOs. Pretty laid back.
Salted Grump- History, especially pre-1960s warfare, generalist, sass, off-colour jokes. We're trying to improve him on that last one, we swear...
Valdorean- Reactive co-commentator, JRPGs/SRPGs