For those of you who don't know what Discord is, you can read about it here. It's a very friendly, very easy to use, and fantastic substitute (and hopefully future replacement!) of Skype. With the ability to keep all of our series generations' discussions in one neat and concise space, we will no longer have to worry about if we're in a Skype group, in the right Skype group, and so on. Best of all, it's absolutely free to both test and own! Discord is available both as an in-browser program and a fully downloadable app.
Two major benefits to switching to Discord are (1) as mentioned, there are dedicated text channels for each individual generation, so you'll never miss any brand new routing or discussion, as well as (2) centralized voice channels. No longer will races require a host and a messy call set up, simply jump into one of the dedicated channels and chat away!
If the specificity of text/voice channels are a little intimidating, there are also general text/voice channels if you just want to talk about anything/everything!
Please note: there are verification settings for allowing access to the Discord as a whole, so if you have not been approved within a week or so, contact Dabomstew or myself and we can look into it.Keizaron wrote:The PSR Discord is now going to be public, but with a twist. All new users to the PSR Discord will be restricted to one channel until they are "approved". This helps bypass having to co-ordinate sending invite links over and over. Everybody should have access to a channel named #join-psr; please post the following:
1) Your Twitch handle
2) The games you currently run
3) The games you plan to learn
4) Why Keizaron is a meme among men
Click on this link to apply!