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Title: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: doorknob on April 11, 2011, 03:39:50 PM
As an effort to get new players up and running, and address the myriad of questions I hear from guys named 'MechWarrior(2)' on public servers in the middle of raging firefights, I've done some tutorial videos and tossed them up on the YouTube.

I will keep this post updated with links as they come out.

Part One: Battle Armor Movement (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RPneKBlt7Rk)
Part Two: Battle Armor Weaponry (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lDSj1gxlLhI)
Part Three: BattleMech Movement (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zuJYupdkGsw)
Part Four: Weapon Groups (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urM3J0jYtg8)
Part Five: Lasers (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pTjDjVo39Gc)
Part Six: Terrain Control Overview (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lOs53shh4k4)
Part Seven: Banking (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jUr55uDceIU)
Part Eight: Autocannons (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQx-VU2RtCo)
Part Nine: Ammunition & Repairs (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G7tJ_2EBOFU)
Part Ten: Missiles (Part 1) (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=waC4DXncwxs)

If anyone has a topic they'd like to see covered by me, please drop me a line.

Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: nordwars on April 11, 2011, 05:42:51 PM
How awesome is this. Really great work dude, it will be incredibly useful to people I'm sure.
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: Cygma on April 11, 2011, 06:05:14 PM
Good stuff 8)

Possible improvements:
Suggestions in case you have the time and nerve:
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: nordwars on April 11, 2011, 06:18:14 PM
Just finished watching them all. Informative and even entertaining. No significant omissions. You're a good presenter. Perhaps the series should be linked from the front page?

What are the planned future topics? I know weapons is next, of course important. Cygma covered everything I think would be useful and practical.

I am available all this week to act as a test dummy, if you want to cover combat tactics. Just send me a PM if you like. I'm GMT, so probably at least 5 hours later than you, and between 09:30 and 18:30 GMT works best for me.
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: Maratai on April 11, 2011, 08:38:33 PM
Oh, these are very well-presented!  I found the BA stuff particularly helpful, and look forward to more videos.  I would volunteer as a practice dummy, but I think you want someone who's a better pilot.  But in any case, thank you, doorknob!   :D
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: doorknob on April 11, 2011, 11:51:52 PM
RE: Cygma

Awesome, thank you and thank you. Those are super good tips (especially the setting players to 1 thing, I knew there had to be a way to ditch that message). Also, I knew there had to be more stuff to do, and half the stuff in that second list just never occurred to me to talk about. We'll see what I have time for and feel qualified to tackle.
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: Cygma on April 12, 2011, 07:49:37 AM
Cool, looking forward to it :)
As for the minimum players per team, i of course meant to say "0" *cough*
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: guybrush3pwood on April 12, 2011, 02:51:17 PM
Awesome vids DK ..  but I think I missed something ..

I looked everwhere ...

Searched the cockpit...

Still can't find the "IWIN"  system initiator ?!

plz halp !
luvs GB3P
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: Warhammer WHM-6R on April 18, 2011, 03:21:32 PM
Great initiative man! It was informative and clear. If you need some more dummys or even a second perspective I can always help or film from the outside of the mech ^^
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: doorknob on April 18, 2011, 05:01:06 PM
Thanks! I'm just about ready to get into topics that require pilots on the other end of stuff that are hard to cover in the middle of another game. I'll add you to my list of victi- err... volunteers when that comes about.

I've added the latest video (from this morning!) to the post at the top.
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: =KoS= Tripod on April 18, 2011, 05:31:55 PM
Add me in too

As long as I'm not having a clan match, I can help on the weekends and can probably make it on weekdays as well
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: thEClaw on April 23, 2011, 12:03:31 PM
Well, since there wasn't much time to praise your videos during battle earlier this day (earlier at least for me), i would like to make up for that now. I watched your videos yesterday and i really like your style of doing them as well as your way of explaining stuff.
Since i have been playing for several weeks now i was kind of hoping for you to cover some more advanced topics too (that doesn't mean your videos weren't helpful, especially the weapon-tutorials were great for me).
I suppose you already thought about creating a video on Missiles? I'd like that, because - frankly - i don't really get the hang of them (with all these types...). And of course i would love to see a video like "how to survive in an airplane" or "how to crash a VTOL". I nearly stopped trying to use them, because i usually end up dead very fast.

If you need an easy-to-hit-and-stupid-like-a-drone target for your videos, just ask me (GMT+1). There is nobody out there who can compete with my skills in getting stuck, getting killed and of course stumbling over my own feet.
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: lexwolf on April 27, 2011, 11:00:09 PM
As an effort to get new players up and running, and address the myriad of questions I hear from guys named 'MechWarrior(2)' on public servers in the middle of raging firefights, I've done some tutorial videos and tossed them up on the YouTube.

I will keep this post updated with links as they come out.

Part One: Battle Armor Movement (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RPneKBlt7Rk)
Part Two: Battle Armor Weaponry (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lDSj1gxlLhI)
Part Three: BattleMech Movement (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zuJYupdkGsw)
Part Four: Weapon Groups (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urM3J0jYtg8)
Part Five: Lasers (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pTjDjVo39Gc)
Part Six: Terrain Control Overview (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lOs53shh4k4)
Part Seven: Banking (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jUr55uDceIU)
Part Eight: Autocannons (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQx-VU2RtCo)

If anyone has a topic they'd like to see covered by me, please drop me a line.

+1 Great
Compliments for your work. Should be integrated at the main homepage, because of presenting helpfull content for possible new players.
In real, it could be integrated at the only partly filled http://www.mechlivinglegends.net/info/ (http://www.mechlivinglegends.net/info/)
Thanks for it.
.Lex

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Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: =KH=Dimachaerus on April 30, 2011, 11:31:49 AM
Kickass Doorknob! When you get to Aerospace gimme a yell if you like.
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: xDeityx on May 01, 2011, 04:43:46 PM
In light of the "JJs are useless" thread, maybe make a tutorial on Jump Jets?  I'm no expert, but two people I can think of that consistently use JJ effectively against me in brawls are Invictus and Merf, so maybe drop them a line for that aspect of the tutorial.  I'm sure there are a lot more JJ pros out there as well.
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: ~SJ~ Blhurr on May 01, 2011, 05:24:18 PM
Or Korbin.  He KSed me a few times in matches using JJs  :P
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: Gouty on May 02, 2011, 01:12:45 PM
In light of the "JJs are useless" thread, maybe make a tutorial on Jump Jets?

I think that one of the best ways to demonstrate the worth of JJs is to take heavy damage while attempting to capture a point on ThunderRift, in say, a Scat, and then JJ away to saftey quickly out of the line of fire (down the hill).  I've used this countless times.

Oh and poptarting should be included, obviously! but perhaps there is not a lot to talk about with pop-tarting, except heat management.
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: Spooky on May 02, 2011, 01:47:30 PM
Oh and poptarting should be included, obviously! but perhaps there is not a lot to talk about with pop-tarting, except heat management.

Well you could also mention things like... when to poptart and when not to; that you should always try to jump in an arc relative to your enemy's position, to make it harder for them to aim at you.
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: xDeityx on May 02, 2011, 04:49:00 PM
I just learned something already  ;D

I don't poptart much but I know from experience there are definitely bad times to launch yourself in the air and expose yourself like that.  So I think you'd have plenty of material.
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: Because people mistake me for someone else on May 02, 2011, 05:36:45 PM
Some infight manouvers with jjs? (osiris^^)
JJ away from cornered position at wall ?
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: SquareSphere on May 02, 2011, 08:57:11 PM
The biggest advance JJ technique is to know that the JJs are tied to your Torso direction and not your legs.  This allow a mech to do a 90 degree movement shift very quickly.  Biggest defensive movement with JJs is how to jump INTO cover and not just using them to try and dodge.
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: doorknob on May 06, 2011, 08:05:14 PM
I don't know how I did it, but I've picked up a major buzz/hum in my microphone. It is in everything I record now. This appeared when I downloaded some software (procaster, flash media encoder) to try and do live streams in preparation for the TotJ. At this point, I am unable to use my microphone for anything at all, including teamspeak, and I have no idea how to fix what is causing the issue. The only thing that my technically proficient friends are able to recommend at this point is that I get a separate sound card, and a better quality mic than my cheapo GE headset/mic combo, something which I cannot afford to do now, and probably will not be able to afford at any point that the budget can foresee (and the budget currently goes through 2013!).

Sadly, until the issue is resolved, there will be no more content coming from my end.

If anyone has any advice in this regard, please let know ASAP. I am going crazy trying to get this fixed, and the internet is not being helpful at all.

Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: SquareSphere on May 06, 2011, 08:20:58 PM
have you tried turning off the microphone boost?  Sometimes that pushes the gain pick up a lot of background buzz.
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: doorknob on May 06, 2011, 08:29:59 PM
Microphone boost is at 0, microphone volume is set at 40, and I do not have 'listen to this device' checked (as that causes immediate and painful feedback).

Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: ~SJ~ Blhurr on May 06, 2011, 09:02:26 PM
1) Turn the fan/AC off in your room.

2) Install other software that overrides the software you just installed.

Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: doorknob on May 06, 2011, 09:03:02 PM
No fan. No AC.
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: Ingrater on May 06, 2011, 11:33:06 PM
Do you have a radio or TV cable connected to your pc? Any other devices conncted?
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: doorknob on May 07, 2011, 12:53:32 AM
No radio or TV connected to the machine. The only thing the box is directly connected to is the router.

Other things I have tried:
  -- Uninstall/reinstall/update of audio drivers
  -- Uninstall of all programs from the machine from the time around when the problem was noticed
  -- System restore to a point before the problem existed
  -- Moved microphone from front jack to rear jack, also tried using line-in port instead of mic jack

I haven't blown out the innards in a while, though I did do some blowing out of the top, front and side fans before the problem cropped up. That was going to be my next step.

Thanks for all the suggestions. Please keep them coming. I'm about ready to pull what little hair I have out.
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: thEClaw on May 07, 2011, 02:46:43 AM
Have you pinpointed the source of the problem? Used the mic with another PC? Or another mic with yours? Maybe the microphone is somehow damaged. If so, even a cheap replacement should fix the problem.
If not, you might check your sound-hardware (boot with some live-CD and use the microphone). If that works too, your problem should be software-based.

By the way: A very cheap USB-soundcard could help you too (tiny thing for 10$ or less). I have one of these lying around at all times, comes in handy once in a while.
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: doorknob on May 07, 2011, 04:15:29 AM
Any solution that involves any amount of money is not a solution I can take advantage of, sadly. I have yet to identify the exact issue, but I will be taking further efforts later this evening when I get home from work.
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: thEClaw on May 07, 2011, 09:25:56 AM
I bought a new headset for my laptop a while ago, it cost less than 2 (great thing, a lot better than most of the others i had). I would just mail it to you if it wasn't for the distance :P.

But you should really find out where your problem is coming from before thinking about any kind of countermeasures.
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: Ingrater on May 07, 2011, 09:59:58 AM
Did you try disabling and reenabeling your microphone in the windows sound configuration already?
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: Aidan on May 07, 2011, 05:42:00 PM
Have you damaged the microphone cable? Like maybe rolling a chair wheel over the mic cable on the floor. Mic signals are very low level signals. Typically in unbalanced mic circuits, the external noise shielding is accomplished by a metal foil shield connected to a good system ground on your PC. This metal foil shield is wrapped around and along the length of the mic wires and provides a good attenuation of higher frequency signal coupling. Check the physical integrity of the mic cable.

Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: doorknob on May 07, 2011, 09:22:03 PM
Okay, now this is weird.

I decided to just bugger off and not worry about it last night after I got home from work, had a nice relaxing evening of doing pretty much nothing, and came back to the problem this morning in the ten minutes I had before work. I unplugged the headset and handed it to my girlfriend to plug into her computer to try it one final time on her machine before just throwing it way. She plugged it, and at first it was doing the same crap, but after a minute, it all cleared up and she handed it back to me. I plugged it in, and now the damned thing is fine on this end as well, at least on initial testing (Windows Sound Recorder, no buzz, no hum).

So, it sounds like the thing just needed a female touch.  :o
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: ~SJ~ Blhurr on May 07, 2011, 09:24:15 PM
There's something wrong with the cable or the jack.
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: Aidan on May 07, 2011, 09:27:11 PM
Okay, now this is weird.

I decided to just bugger off and not worry about it last night after I got home from work, had a nice relaxing evening of doing pretty much nothing, and came back to the problem this morning in the ten minutes I had before work. I unplugged the headset and handed it to my girlfriend to plug into her computer to try it one final time on her machine before just throwing it way. She plugged it, and at first it was doing the same crap, but after a minute, it all cleared up and she handed it back to me. I plugged it in, and now the damned thing is fine on this end as well, at least on initial testing (Windows Sound Recorder, no buzz, no hum).

So, it sounds like the thing just needed a female touch.  :o

I am assuming the plug on your headset is a 3.5mm. Many times when plugs are left in their jack couplings for a long time the electrical connection can degrade. This can be attributed to some minor corrosion on the plug or in the jack. The act of pulling out the plug can cause a wiping action that will clean the electrical contact metal just enough to make a good electrical connection. Try plugging it in and out a few times, if this problem rears its ugly head again.

Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: SquareSphere on May 09, 2011, 06:06:17 PM
lol, nice fix.  Can't wait for the next update!
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: doorknob on May 10, 2011, 05:43:37 AM
Once I have the Terrain Control for tomorrow (5/10) done, I'm going to start work on the missile tutorial. I'll be needing help with that one, for both targets and shooters.

If you can aid with this tomorrow between the hours of noon and six (pacific time, GMT -8), please drop me a line and I'll set up a time and a place to lob some ordnance around.
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: nordwars on May 10, 2011, 02:08:10 PM
I could help out tonight from what I work out to be between 16:15 and 18:00 your time (22:15 and 00:00 my time BST). Let me know if that is useful to you, and where to meet (I'm usually on the 7.WD or Outreach TS3 servers anyway).

Hopefully I got those time conversions right.
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: Gouty on May 10, 2011, 06:40:50 PM
Also available, I'll also pop into Outreach TS3

Edit: Should really read posts more thoroughly, drop me a PM with where and when
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: Seraph on May 10, 2011, 08:45:09 PM
Very nice work. Looking forward to see the additions doorknob :)
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: Bloodycrow on May 16, 2011, 05:15:16 AM
Very nicely done and very helpful for newcomers like me (especially the AC tutorial). I have high hopes for the missile tutorial as well.

I would also love to help with any recording assistance or target practice. Don't be afraid to send a PM!
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: Draekros on May 16, 2011, 05:22:50 AM
Yeah - the AC tut was good - but I still suck with them  :P. Give me an LBX20 at 20m & I won't miss though  :P But then again I lag pretty badly when playing from the other side of Terra. If I can hit anything with a direct fire weapon more than a hundred metres away, I'm happy  8)

Keep these tutorials coming doorknob!  :)
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: =KoS= Tripod on May 16, 2011, 05:35:46 AM
Simply drill a hole through the center of the earth to us

Way faster than going around the thing
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: Gouty on May 16, 2011, 10:26:34 AM
Simply drill a hole through the center of the earth to us

Way faster than going around the thing

What's that got to do with the price of fish?
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: Ghogiel on May 17, 2011, 12:38:14 PM
You have captured me being a noob for all eternity in the banking repairs tutorial.  There's me: "HOW YOU TRANSFER MONEY?"  :P  ::)

Obviously I hadn't been watching your tutorials  ;D

In my defence that was my first time playing MWLL the other day. Thanks for the help though, I appreciate it.

on a side note: I think I actually managed 1 kill on that game. Might have been the one epic battle I had where I took out the opposing teams point leader who was in a loki while I was in light mech. After that crowning moment, I think MWLL had me hooked.  8)

edit: noobin out again.
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: =KoS= Tripod on May 17, 2011, 12:47:45 PM
CAPS LOCK RAWR

 :P
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: doorknob on May 17, 2011, 04:40:27 PM
You have captured me being a noob for all eternity in the banking repairs tutorial.  There's me: "HOW YOU TRANSFER MONEY?"  :P  ::)

Obviously I hadn't been watching your tutorials  ;D

Hey, as long as you figured it out, it's all good. Now get back out there and let me put some more holes in your ride.

Also, Missiles Part One (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=waC4DXncwxs). Spoiler: I like Streak SRMs.
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: =KoS= Tripod on May 17, 2011, 05:46:20 PM
Definitely better at LRMs than me :-X

I'd rather throw them at the enemy
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: thEClaw on May 17, 2011, 05:51:12 PM
Another nice video, thanks doorknob! :)

I am not sure why but i always thought the minimum range for LRMs would be 300m (meaning that they are unable to move in an arc that is shorter than that). Is it really only 100m? When you said that in your video and tried to prove it yourself it didn't look that way, your missiles missed the target by far.
But it seems like "minimum range" is not necessarily equal to "minimum range". Didn't know about the clan-versions being better in that regard, but will they hit a target 50m away from you? Or will they just arc over it?

PS: Love SSRMs myself but for me it seems like you should aim a little further into the path of your target (even when locked on) because they are quite bad in changing direction. Is that another delusion of mine?
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: =KoS= Tripod on May 17, 2011, 05:57:49 PM
It all depends on relative elevation

That BA was about 180 meters away and it got smeared because it was high up, while the mech at 300 meters didn't get hit because it was under him and the missiles had to drop farther to reach him, which takes more distance
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: Gouty on May 17, 2011, 07:10:01 PM
That BA got F'ed in the A, and deserves it for forgetting rule number one as a BA - keep moving!

Yet another great video, can't wait to see part 2, especially the Arrow finale!
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: doorknob on May 17, 2011, 08:11:04 PM
Another nice video, thanks doorknob! :)

No: Thank you.

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I am not sure why but i always thought the minimum range for LRMs would be 300m (meaning that they are unable to move in an arc that is shorter than that). Is it really only 100m? When you said that in your video and tried to prove it yourself it didn't look that way, your missiles missed the target by far.

But it seems like "minimum range" is not necessarily equal to "minimum range". Didn't know about the clan-versions being better in that regard, but will they hit a target 50m away from you? Or will they just arc over it?

The minimum range I talk about is the range at which the missiles arm. With IS LRMs, if the target is within 100m and you still manage to hit, you'll do no/minimal damage. Clan LRMs arm when they come out of the tube, which means you can fire them point blank, as demonstrated. It also means that if you're trying to snipe from behind cover, and your missiles hit the rock/wall you're hiding behind, the splash is going to damage you. Try not to do that.

As far as 'minimum effective range' goes, I have no idea what it actually is, and it's going to vary based on what kind of shot you're trying to take. I generally don't fire at anything less than 200m away and expect to hit, which is the reason I took the shot in the video while jumping (though that may have been hard to determine from the camera footage), because it increases your range to the target. That may not be the correct way to do it.

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PS: Love SSRMs myself but for me it seems like you should aim a little further into the path of your target (even when locked on) because they are quite bad in changing direction. Is that another delusion of mine?

No, that is not a delusion. At least I don't think it is. I generally try to lead the target by about half a width (and a little high) if they're moving anywhere on the perpendicular to me, even with lock, and that tends to give me the success that I love so much. I wasn't kidding when I suggested SSRMs as a good starter weapon, they're incredibly forgiving to being a poor shot.  ;D
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: thEClaw on May 17, 2011, 08:24:15 PM
Well then, thanks for the clarification. I'm looking forward to your dumbfire-video :).
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: Warhammer WHM-6R on May 19, 2011, 03:05:30 PM
Awesome that you are doing this tutorial series man! the vids are good and simple enough for new players. Will you also be covering NARCS? Also good to note is the difference of firing when active or passive even though you did touch on that with SSRMs. Also I think the minimum range and the arc range of LRMs are maybe something that could be retouched because of the importance of that concept. This might be best explained with a very boring side view with 2 actors that stand still while one missiles the other and then vary the distance.

Overall though great stuff!
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: Caylin on May 25, 2011, 08:13:57 PM
:) Thanks for the videos.  Having watched them all, I feel more prepared to give this game a try.
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: Overon on July 17, 2011, 01:43:05 AM
Have you stopped doing the tutorials?  But you previewed part 11...
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: Knightcrawler on July 25, 2011, 09:49:41 PM
I guess I haven't really said it yet, but I really appreciated the tutorials.
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: CGB [NoXoN] on July 25, 2011, 11:02:14 PM
I guess I haven't really said it yet, but I really appreciated the tutorials.

What he said!
Title: Re: MWLL Tutorial Series (with doorknob)
Post by: doorknob on August 07, 2011, 11:52:41 AM
Have you stopped doing the tutorials?  But you previewed part 11...

For now, yes, I have stopped doing videos. When I am back in production, it will be advertised in the same place it always is.