D&D General Which D&D-related You Tube channels do you find worth watching? (+)


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RoughCoronet0

Dragon Lover
Mr. Rhexx and Dungeon Dad are the only two I watch regularly, though I will also occasionally watch Tulok the Barbarian whenever he does a build of a character I like.

I’m also really excited for Mr. Rhexx’s Sands of Doom adventure book, despite my normal disinterest for adventure books in general.
 

Main ones I watch are (in order)

For D&D
GameMasters https://www.youtube.com/@gamemasters

Jorphdan https://www.youtube.com/@Jorphdan

The Character Sheet (for news) https://www.youtube.com/@TheCharacterSheet

I have flat out hidden Dungeons and Discourse because of the clickbaity doom is coming videos. And while some of Dungeon Craft's videos are good. He has what my mom called "a smug delivery and very punch-able face" so I have to take him in small doses.

For Painting:

Michael Mordor https://www.youtube.com/@BlackMagicCraftOfficial

Black Dungeon Craft https://www.youtube.com/@BlackMagicCraftOfficial
 

zottel

Villager
By far my favorite is Sly Florish! Just great advice that is actually specific, and I really like the guy. He presents his thought and critique in a thought out and objective way, which I really appreciate.
But recently I have been watching The ADHDM and have greatly enjoyed his content. It's often given me food for thought, and is just a pleasure to watch. Genuinely entertaining.
I often watch Professor DM from Dungeon Craft, but his battle with the youtube algorithm is putting me off some, to be honest. I understand where he is coming from, but it made youtube comments worse, and that is something I did not think possibly previously.
Dungeon Dudes is something where i enjoy about half of the videos, and hope to find time to delve into their actual play and campaign setting, as I find it fascinating.
Bob the World Builder and Ginny Di are always a treat, although I find news coverage to be lacking at times in execution.
I am undecided on the DM Lair, but will watch his videos more often than not.
Bonus Action can be helpful, too, but can lack substance as well. Good as a jumping off point, I find.
The Alexandrian I am planning on binging next. The advice I found there so far proved SUPER valuable, and I will probably get his book some time soon.
Power Word Spill has a great mustache and entertaining videos, but not sure if I will keep following him. Not always sure I am getting that much out of watching him.
Corkboards & Curiosities and Ben DeHart have good content, as well.
I am also on my way through Matthew Colville's playing the game series, but I found the quality to be diminishing. Maybe it's not actually the content, maybe something was lost by getting more professional, idk.
Recently, I also watched some Feywild Fiend and MonarchsFactory
Dungeon Masterpiece is also on my will watch list.
And any video I have ever seen of The Arcane Library has been a pleasure. The info and tips have always been great, and Kelsey just is a genuinely great person, imho.
Reflecting on my list, I may spend too much time on youtube :/
 
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Remathilis

Legend
I have enjoyed Treantmonk when I need some crunch analysis, but my new favorite has been PHD&D (https://www.youtube.com/@phdnd-drbowers) for his Ravenloft adventure ideas per domain. So much good stuff to mine and he has done a great job of sticking with Van Richten's while incorporating elements of older lore (and pulling all sorts of good ideas from other D&D books). Really helped up my Ravenloft adventure creation.
 

Whizbang Dustyboots

Gnometown Hero
I have flat out hidden Dungeons and Discourse because of the clickbaity doom is coming videos.
I did the same. I was tempted to see what the heck she was on about in some of them -- "Wizards' decision today DOOMS D&D!" on a day when nothing particularly interesting happens, etc. -- but didn't want to reward the behavior or teach the algorithm that I liked such content.
 

MoonSong

Rules-lawyering drama queen but not a munchkin
I did the same. I was tempted to see what the heck she was on about in some of them -- "Wizards' decision today DOOMS D&D!" on a day when nothing particularly interesting happens, etc. -- but didn't want to reward the behavior or teach the algorithm that I liked such content.
I've silenced that channel. I won't lie, it felt cozy during the OGL fiasco, but it is just too much drama for drama's sake.
 

Critical role
The comic book roleplaying news/reviews- I often disagree but it’s good content
Dungeon dudes

Seth skorkowsky-he’s most talking Cthulhu but he sometimes references d&d and I recommend his dm tips

D&d shorts- beard and hat. A little over the top but he’s passionate and he’s fun
 



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