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  • The RT Pride Shirt Is Here!

    5 months ago


    The big day is finally here: the LGBTQA+ Community shirt that we announced at the Over the Rainbow panel at RTX is now in the RT Store! A portion of the proceeds for the RT Pride shirt will benefit The Trevor Project.


    Founded in 1998 by the creators of the Academy Award©-winning short film TREVOR, The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ young people ages 13-24. Every day, The Trevor Project saves young lives through its accredited, free, and confidential phone, instant message, and text messaging crisis intervention services. A leader and innovator in suicide prevention, The Trevor Project offers the largest safe social networking community for LGBTQ youth, best practice suicide prevention educational trainings, resources for youth and adults, and advocacy initiatives. Learn more at

    Let’s show our RT Pride and help others find pride in their young lives!

  • On The Spot Submission Thread #108

    6 months ago

    Jon The Risemonger

    Game of Thrones finale is happening after this next week's OTS so we are making the whole show Game of Thrones themed, starting with prompts. So, with that in mind, give me some ideas to use in our games with some Ice & Fire in them:


    Since it's Game of Thrones week let's make prompts for this week all about:

    • You're all time favorite moments from Game of Thrones, any season.
    • Preferably scenes where two people were the main points of interaction


    • Come up with a category for the guests to list off possible answers for (i.e. Things not to say after someone says "I love you" for the first time.)
    • Category with a lot of possibilities for answers are the best.
    • Make sure it's about something that would live in the Game of Thrones world


    We tested it in the post-show for FIRST members this last week and want to try it out now in the big leagues. All we need is some prompts for a scene. Since we're doing Game of Thrones this week give me ideas for:

    • Your favorite scene that never happened between two characters (fanfic essentially)

    My the old gods and the new be ever in your favor. xoxo The Risemonger

  • Meet Dan, Head of Community Product!

    6 months ago


    Hey guys! Long time no speak!

    The Rooster Teeth website has been around for over 13 years. In those years, we've seen different iterations of the site, as well as changes in activity (from both our members and RT staff) and function. Some for the better, some for the worse.

    With the growth of other platforms such as Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, Reddit, etc, we recognize that our community is splintered in different directions. Even I am guilty of not being as active on this site as I used to be or want to be.

    This is our home. This is where you should be able to interact with the Rooster Teeth community and staff, and we have been working at figuring out how to get back to that.

    This is why I'd like to introduce you to the newest member of the Rooster Teeth family, Dan McComas! (@kickme444

    Dan has an incredible history, working on the community site software / product at Reddit & Reddit Gifts, Imzy, and others. He will be working to define and adapt the vision of the community website, and develop it into something we're all proud of. @Chelsea and I will also be working closely with him and you guys to make sure we keep you in the loop, and hear your wants and concerns.

    We are very excited to have him on board. He'll be checking the comments of this post, so give him a proper RT community welcome! barbara

  • On The Spot Submission Thread #107

    6 months ago

    Jon The Risemonger

    Once again we gather at the alter of On The Spot and ask for sacrifices of goofs and gags to be used in this week's episode. Who shall offer up their gift to gods of fart jokes and prat falls this week?


    • Go to and find a word or phrase for guests to guess a definition for.
    • Pro tip: try and find words/phrases that are not just weird sex position descriptions.


    • We need suggestions for personality traits of the worst date ever.
    • Submit 1 trait or a even a set of 2 that play off of each other.
    • Feel free to get weird with this one, you've seen how the game goes ;)
    • Also, we need people to write these profiles for so let me know in the comments if you want some love-life help.

    COME AGAIN? You give me a prompt for a scene and I make them act it out. This week I'm looking for prompts involving:

    • Things you hate to admit that you have to do for your job.
    • Memorable things from Summer vacation trips.
    • Things kindergarteners argue about with each other.

    May the goofs be with you. xoxo The Risemonger

  • Hey look, I visited my profile for the first time in years

    6 months ago


    I don't expect I'll update it again anytime soon so here's where you can find me:

    Twitch: SortaMaliciousGaming

    Twitter: RyanTheTwit

    Snapchat: RyanTheChat

  • Long-Awaited Android App Update

    6 months ago

    mikequinn VP Engineering

    Today is a good day for Android users, because we just released a long-awaited update for the Rooster Teeth app on Google Play! Beyond the usual performance improvements and bug fixes, this update finally adds support for additional channels in the Rooster Teeth family, including Cow Chop and Game Attack.

    If you already have the app, you just need to install the latest update. If you don’t have it yet, now’s the perfect time to change that. You can get it here.

    As always, leave a comment if you have any suggestions for ways we can continue to improve the app.

    Update: The Android release 1.2.3 has a bug where watching a live video crashes the app.  We're fixing now, so thanks for your patience!  We should have a fix in the next 24 hours. ( 

    Update 2: We have a patch for the following: 

    * Layout issues on search

    * Layout issues on seasons

    * Crashes on search

    * Still need to validate Live episode crashes

    Update 3: 

    * We're pushing a build up that updates the crashes and layout problems in Update 2.  The "only showing 20 episodes" we'll not have a chance to fix in this release. 

    Update 4:

    * Started a rollout to 50% of users.  Will check for crashes, then continue the rollout.  Thanks again for your patience! 

  • Boston Comic Con & the RT Community After Party!

    6 months ago

    Chelsea RT Community Manager

    Are you going to Boston Comic Con this weekend? Or do you live in the Boston area and are just looking for something to do?

    Well, I've got something for you to do!

    On Saturday August 12th, the Rooster Teeth Community will be hosting a Boston Comic Con After Party at District Hall. The event will run from 8 p.m. - 11 p.m. ET and tickets will cost $20.00. Pizza and snacks will be provided along with a private bar for drinks. This event is open to all ages.

    This event is a simple party for those looking to hangout after the con, chat, drink, and get to know one another. The space does have a capacity so there is a limited number of tickets, get yours while you can. 

    Wanna grab a ticket and see more details? CLICK HERE FOR THAT!

    *dramatic sigh* Unfortunately I won't be making it out there to say hi to y'all, but hopefully you make some really fun new friends. 

    And if you are attending the convention, @Lindsay, @Barbara, Arryn, and @Kara will be around to sign, take photos and say "hey". 

    Remember, HAVE FUN. <3

  • The first Fan Service summer episode is this weekend!!!

    6 months ago



    I hope you enjoyed the surprise upload of our RTX 2017 panel!

    As a reminder we have the first episode of our summer season airs this Saturday!

    We recorded this episode a couple weeks a go with Director (New Game, Keijo!!!!!!!) and Voice Actor (Bakugou Katsuki from My Hero Academia), Clifford Chapin. We are very happy with how it turned out and are excited that it will be part of FIRST week.

    Now is the perfect opportunity to share Fan Service with your friends and anime communities  simple_smile We are always welcoming more into the Fan Service family!

  • New FIRST Merch!

    6 months ago

    Jon The Risemonger

    When I’m not spending my time being the best driver ever in PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, I spend my days surrounded by a team of pretty awesome designers. I tweeted out recently about a big brainstorming session we were having about merch. While we were brainstorming designs, we realized that it’s been too long since we released any new FIRST-exclusive merchandise. Good news, though. We’re the ones who can change that. So we did.

    Starting today, FIRST members have access to not one, but TWO new FIRST-exclusive shirts in the RT Store. Check ‘em out!


    There is a right way and a wrong way to let people know that you’re number one. Here is the right way. Enjoy.


    So Tony, our Lead Product Designer, for some reason always thought grapes were just green and got confused as to why all our grape stuff was purple. Putting our concerns over Tony’s naiveté aside, we wanted to pay tribute to the green underdog of the grape world, so we let him design this FIRST-exclusive variant of the infamous People Like Grapes shirt.

    Moving forward, we are committed to releasing FIRST-exclusive merch on a more regular basis. And by “merch” I mean more than just shirts – we’re looking into apparel and products. If there are any designs or items you’d like to see, leave a comment and let us know!

    P.S. You should follow the RT Store on Twitter. Or not. Your call. xoxo

  • FX Artist

    6 months ago

    Qholtz VFX Artist Rooster Teeth

    Hello,  I'm one of the lucky guys that gets to work on the FX over in Rooster Teeth animation.  I graduated from Texas A&M and first took a job up in Montreal Canada.  I got to work on "The Finest Hours" and "Suicide Squad".  In 2016 I moved down to Texas to start this crazy adventure!

  • FIRST Week Is Coming!

    6 months ago

    ebregman Programming/Distribution

    The second season of Day 5 premieres on Sunday, and to celebrate, we're kicking off another FIRST Week on Monday!

    From August 7-13, everyone gets to experience some of the best perks of being a FIRST member. That means the entire first season of Day 5 will be opened up to the public for the week. It’s the perfect opportunity for everyone you know to binge watch it and catch up for the second season! Plus all our live broadcasts will be free to watch on our site, including Tuesday Night Game Fight, Death Battle Cast, and old favorites Off Topic and the Rooster Teeth Podcast.

    BUT WAIT, THERE’S MORE! You can watch a free preview of some of our FIRST-exclusive shows for ONE WEEK ONLY. From August 9-15, become a Dream Daddy with the boyz of Backwardz Compatible. Then, from August 11-17, everyone can drink along with Theater Mode while watching the masterpiece known as Nightbeast. From August 13-19, make sure to stay awake for a public preview of the Day 5 season 2 premiere. Last but not least, we're also bringing you a special free-to-watch episode of Fan Service!

    Like our first FIRST Week, we're going to have a FIRST membership drive with some ridiculous signup goals. We’ll announce those on Monday, so stay tuned for details!


  • Officially Announcing Blood Fest!

    6 months ago


    At RTX Austin last month, I announced that Rooster Teeth will be making a horror-comedy movie called Blood Fest. That was all I could say about it at that time, but I’m back to give you more details. Get ready, because cameras are ready to roll.

    At Rooster Teeth, we’ve always prided ourselves on taking chances to support uniquely talented artists, and we’re excited to continue that tradition as we develop more films for our community and new audiences. Blood Fest is written and directed by a great guy named Owen Egerton. His screenplays have been on the industry-famous Black List two times, and he wrote and directed the films Follow and The Axe Murders of Villisca. We’re really excited to be working with him.

    You already know that Blood Fest is a horror comedy, but we can finally elaborate on that. Here’s the official description:

    Fans flock to a festival celebrating the most iconic horror movies, only to discover that the charismatic showman behind the event has a diabolical agenda. As attendees start dying off, three teenagers with more horror-film wits than real-world knowledge must band together and battle through every madman, monstrosity, and terrifying scenario if they have any hope of surviving.


    Blood Fest stars Jacob Batalon (Spider-Man: Homecoming), Robbie Kay (Heroes: Reborn), some random person named Barbara Dunkelman (RWBY), a scoundrel named Nick Rutherford (Crunch Time), and Tate Donovan (The Man in the High Castle). You’ll also see some familiar Rooster Teeth faces when you least expect them.

    It’ll be released on Rooster Teeth FIRST at some point in the future. We can’t wait to share it with you.

  • On The Spot Submission Thread #106

    6 months ago

    Jon The Risemonger

    This week we will be streaming the "Drag" episode but because of schedules we still need to record our episode we were going to record this week. So...that means I need PROMPTS!


    • Finish the sentence: How to...?
    • Feel free to submit more than one idea.


    • Find an odd story from the recent news with an equally odd headline that we can remove a word or two from for the the guests to fill in the blank.
    • Look for headlines where a blank space would leave the story open to a lot of different interpretations. Ambiguity is key.


    • I need a simple feud people would fight over in a courtroom.
    • Specifically disputes between 2 individuals where one has wronged the other in some way.

    As always, couldn't do the show without you guys. Thanks. xoxo The Risemonger

  • "Red Means Recording"

    6 months ago

    Miles Miles

    Just found this guy's channel last night and felt like sharing. As someone stumbling their way into the world of music, this kind of shit blows my mind.

  • Today's On The Spot Delayed

    6 months ago


    This week's episode of On The Spot will be delayed. Due to today's announcement from President Trump regarding the transgender community, we feel this isn't the right time to air it. While the show celebrates the incredible visual and humorous talent of drag performers, we wanted to be sensitive to today's news.  We believe you'll enjoy the episode when it airs next week, but today is not the day for it. Thank you for understanding.

  • Fan Service Summer Season!

    6 months ago


    Hey all,

    We are back for the summer WOOO!!!! Over the next three months we will be releasing an episode of the Fan Service every few weeks. 

    That's not all, we will also be releasing some of our convention panels in-between the studio filmed episodes.

    But wait there is more! For the FIRST TIME EVER, new episodes of Fan Service will be available to EVERYONE on the Rooster Teeth site after a brief window of FIRST member exclusivity. Can't wait to talk to even more Anime fans!  heart heart

    We are filming the first of our summer episodes tonight with a very special guest, director and voice actor Clifford Chapin. We'll be talking about a show I've been digging lately, NEW GAME!

    For anime club we will continue talking about My Hero Academia and be reviewing some of the Summer Season anime we have been watching.

    Look for this episode to be released Saturday August 12th.

    Much Love,


  • Tuesday Night Game Fight - We've Heard You

    6 months ago


    I wanted to take a moment to say thank you to everyone for their comments, critiques and suggestions for Tuesday Night Game Fight.  A live production and a new show is always a risk but it is a risk my team and I love. This year my goal has been to bring our awesome community into more of our productions.  The live audience for On The Spot was the beginning of that goal.  And Tuesday Night Game Fight would go one step further by giving you the chance to actually participate in some of the fun we create every day.  

    The challenge was how to build a show that would give you that shot and still be a commitment that our talented groups could handle.  We thought we had found a formula that worked but obviously we had some work to do.  

    The broadcast team got back to work the minute the first episode wrapped.  We have made some adjustments to the show and have tightened up our tech.  We’re ready to roll live again on Tuesday and I hope you give us another shot.  Thanks for every minute you watch and each laugh you share with us.

  • Seven Years Later...

    6 months ago

    Jordan Campe Diem

    It's hard to believe, but seven years ago today, the first ever RTAA (then called "Drunk Tank Animated Adventures") was posted on my YouTube channel. At the time, I was just hoping I could learn animation and maybe gather a following for my own projects down the road. I had no idea that video was going to catapult me into a career at Rooster Teeth, and the years that have followed have been the best, busiest, craziest years of my life.

    But now, seven years and 287 episodes later, it's time for the next generation of up-and-coming animators here at RT to take over. We announced this at the RTAA panel at RTX, but in case you missed it, I'm handing directorial duties on RTAA over to two of our 2D animators, Jordan Battle and Andrew Lhotsky. These guys are some of our best animators, and you've seen their work in Camp Camp, Sex Swing, and previous RTAAs (Battle even worked on X-Ray & Vav). Now the job falls to them to identify stories, edit audio, and come up with and animate the jokes and goofs you see every week in RTAA. Trust me when I say there are no two people at Rooster Teeth better equipped to handle this.

    I'm writing this now because this week's episode, Mugged Miles, is the last episode of RTAA directed by me. I didn't want to make a fuss about it, but when I saw it was coming out on RTAA's anniversary, I couldn't help but take a minute to acknowledge the neat and tidy circle we'd managed to make there.

    Rest assured this move is for the best. As other duties have taken priority (writing, directing Camp Camp and future projects we haven't even mentioned yet), RTAA was forced to play second fiddle for me. So don't get it confused: this will make the show better. RTAA was not always getting the attention and focus it deserved, but now it definitely will. And honestly, it will probably be even better, because Andrew and Jordan are a lot funnier than me and a lot better at animating.

    Ever since the 2D animation department was just me messing around in Flash every day, I dreamed of working on big projects and having a badass team working on badass projects all around me, and this is just the next phase of that vision. I'm very excited to see what new things Jordan and Andrew bring to the show, and I'm very happy with how they accepted the opportunity to take RTAA to the next level.

    Not much else to say other than thank you for all the years of support. Without anyone watching it, RTAA never would have been a success, and I would probably not have ever gotten a job. It's been a wild ride, but to be honest, this is only the beginning. Stay tuned.

  • A Look Back

    6 months ago


    It's kind of shocking that I haven't ever done a journal post here before in almost 10 years! I want to just give a glance at the past year since a lot has happened since then. Today is my 25th birthday and it's just mind blowing to see where I am now, what I do, and how I continue to move forward.

    A year ago, I was turning 24. I was very unsure of what I wanted to keep doing and how to find the motivation. My girlfriend and I were at the end of our relationship and we started to drift apart. She ended up starting a new strong friendship with someone right around the same time as my birthday and even went to a party together one year ago today. I believe they ended up dating not soon after but we both knew that we were at the end of it. We split apart not soon after, kept in touch since but moved on with our lives on separate paths.

    It wasn't a horrible breakup, no shouting, no ill feelings, but, there was still a lot of pain. That was just more pain added to a long history of trauma. Not long after the split, I had lost my job at an IT firm. So here I am. I just turned 24 and I have no job, no family nearby, no partner in crime anymore. I was just alone and hurt.

    In December 2015, I was able to do some work with RT animation and It was a dream come true. I knew I needed to go back. I took the period of off time and poured it into all my art and all my work. I had to build a mini render farm with 3 machines in order to handle the workflow. I had hit a low point in life and didn’t have much to lose.

    The passing of Chester Bennington very recently has had a profound effect to me. I would listen to Linkin Park growing up in elementary school all the way up to this year with the new album. His story about the horrors he went through growing up and how he put all of that horrible energy into art. You can hear it in the lyrics and see it in the performances. It helped me understand that pain and negativity does not have to be a force of only negativity. I understood that I could use this emotion to fuel my creativity.

    It paid off in October. I was asked to come back and I immediately put my head down and focused to work on RT Animation. Working on shows that I held dear to me, that I have watched since 2006, was all the motivation I needed in order to push forward. I was brought into a family of fantastic and amazing people. I also had my first RTX this month and to see the RWBY panel and to visibly see the audience react and to see the overwhelming support of the community.

    In the course of a year. I went from being in a troubled relationship, unhappy in life, stressed out, to a life where I am excited everyday to come into work. To push what I can do and how I can help our animation team work to their fullest potential buy building new tools and supporting them. Sure there is still a twinge of pain here and there, and I kind of stepped away from dating for awhile and now slowly dipping my toe back in, but I can now hold my head high. I can use these bits of sadness to remind me of the positive things in life and what I can do to make things better.

    Thank you again to the Rooster Teeth family, both co-workers and community, for being this amazing force of positivity and for having such a profound effect on my life.  

  • I wrote a book, and it's out now!

    6 months ago


    Hey guys.  Remember that book I posted about recently?  Well, it's available now to buy on Amazon.

    Just so you guys know, I am not a professional author or editor.  Will there be a grammatical mistake every now and again?  Probably.  Will it be the best written thing you've ever read?  No.  However, it's a story I wanted to tell, and this seemed like the best way I could do that.  I priced the book low, because I'm not doing this for money (I get about a dollar for every book sold).  I'm doing this so people can know the characters that I know, and hopefully enjoy the story as much as I do.  Of course, being a part of the industry I am, people are going to leave fake reviews, inflate the star rating, or generally just mess with how the book is perceived by people who don't know me, and that's just the way things are.  If you pick up Go Nitro, I will be extremely grateful.  Keep in mind, if you want to save 15 bucks, I do plan to release it for free later in the year, though I'm not quite sure when.  If it does well, I release 2nd, more refined version later, too.  Thanks everyone and I hope you enjoy it.

  • Let's Play: Update 2.1

    7 months ago

    lumenati Let's Play

    When it rains, it pours. Second update of the year! We have a few announcements that are big enough to drag me out of my muddy cave and subject you to my creaky voice.


    New Let's Play family members incoming. I'm pleased to say Let's Play continues to be the greatest collection of misfits on the world wide web.

    Criken (and his Carnival) [LINK]

    I'm really happy to announce the Crik Master is joining the Let's Play family. I've known and worked with Criken since he was a 16 year old kid burning down the internet with his circus troupe of psychos. I like to think of myself as an early fan and great supporter/enabler of his antics. These days he's a veteran YouTuber and accomplished game designer cooking up his own violent delights for players to enjoy.

    Check out our recent Friday the 13th collab to understand what a great addition he is to the family table. 

    Sugar Pine 7 + Boys Only Club [SP7/BOC]

    If you guys attended RTX, this won't be a surprise. We're welcoming the Sugar Pine 7 gang into the Let's Play family. 

    We're also able to announce that we're working with Reina Scully and Steven Suptic's project, Boys Only Club, as well. A complete set, never removed from box, and in mint condition. Truly, I am an extraordinary collector.

    You can check them out every other week on our new broadcast show Tuesday Night Game Fight, alongside 7 other teams including Achievement Hunter, Funhaus, Game Attack, JT Machinima, and more.


    As you may have heard, Jordan and Dan are saying good bye to The Creatures and shutting down the hub channel soon. 

    This has been a tough year to do business on YouTube. A big part of what we provide to independent creators through Let's Play is access to merchandising, sponsorships, and other income opportunities to help stabilize the shifting fortunes of the YouTube ad market, but the dramatic downturn for many creators in 2017 has been unprecedented. Between these challenges and new personal career opportunities, the decision was made to wind down The Creatures after 6 historic years.

    I'm following Jordan and Dan in their next chapters and I hope you will, too. 

    So that's it for this update. Lots of good news, a bit of sad news. Hope to get back to you soon with even more to announce!

  • On The Spot Submission Thread #104

    7 months ago

    Jon The Risemonger

    Let's wash the filth of RTX off of us and play some family-fun-filled games back home in Stage 5 this week. How does that sound?


    • Finish the sentence: How to...?
    • Feel free to submit more than one idea.

    COME AGAIN? You give me a prompt for a scene and I make them act it out. This week I'm looking for prompts involving:

    • The first day of school
    • Meeting your hero
    • Deleted scenes from Game of Thrones.


    • Give me a person, a place and a genre.
    • Pro tip: don't use Rooster Teeth staff as your person (including me). Let's leave RT people in the Lazer Team extended universe where they belong.
    • Pro tip #2: don't suggest Trump. I'll ignore it.

    xoxo The Risemonger

  • More Go Nitro backstory: Otrolium

    7 months ago



    In 2041, Dr. Phillip Redman and Dr. Miles Silva were tasked with creating an alternate fuel source that would break humanity’s dependence on fossil fuels.  The two worked together for almost a decade before stumbling upon a solution.  They constructed a device called the Otrolium Matter Converter.  The Converter worked by pulling the subatomic particles out of objects placed within the machine, and re-configuring them into a new element, called Otrolium.  Otrolium is a glowing green liquid that must always be kept confined within glass tubes.  This is because of Otrolium’s reactive nature when it comes into contact with oxygen.  The catastrophic force caused by the reaction is what made it such a viable fuel source.  However, before formally submitting the Otrolium as a solution to the fuel crisis, Redman noticed some irregularities in his readings.  Otrolium was giving off incredibly high amounts of an unidentified radiation.  The effects of this radiation were completely unknown, and could spread if Otrolium was put into commercial production.  Fearing the worst, Redman had the entire project halted until further research could be done.  Silva disagreed with this assessment and fought to push the Otrolium forward.  After several disputes, Silva was officially removed from the Otrolium project.  Infuriated by this, Silva led an assault on Redman’s lab, where he and his team escaped with nearly every tank of the substance.  Unable to hide such a massive quantity of the chemical, Silva hid the tanks in warehouses and labs all around Lattice Light City.  A gang, calling themselves The Blades, eventually caught wind of this, and began raiding locations around the city in an attempt to find and sell the Otrolium.  Their ability to do this efficiently is what allowed them to become such a powerful militaristic force.  Otrolium has since been used as the reactive agent in bombs, and has also been modified to power weapons.  One example would be the gauntlets worn by the high ranking Blade member, Stunner, which can convert and focus the Otrolium into a tangible, stinging light.  However, Otrolium’s most notable use is the binding agent within the Nitro Enhancers.  Project Nitro relies on Otrolium to connect the enhancers to the subjects’ DNA.  It is a slow process, which is why it takes two years for a Nitro enhancer to fully take effect.

  • More Go Nitro backstory: Lattice Light City

    7 months ago


    Lattice Light City

    New Exeter was one of the largest cities in the U.S.  Located on the eastern coast of Maine, New Exeter became a hub for scientific innovation and advancement.  The most notable of these innovators was Dr. Phillip Redman.  In 2052, Redman introduced the idea of a “Street Grid.”  This Grid was an advanced system that would be installed under every street in the city.  It would guide self-driving vehicles to their destinations, while also powering them using nearby solar and hydroelectric sources.  This eliminated a massive chunk of human dependence on fossil fuel.  New Exeter was the only city in the United States to adopt this system as a standard, with the hopes that other cities would soon follow.  The Grid was installed under every single road.  The way to read whether or not it was functioning correctly, were the series of lights that are visible between the road and sidewalk.  Blue means the section is functioning normally, while red indicates an issue.  When the city is viewed from above at night, the lights from every street are visible, and make a lattice-like pattern.  Photos of this incredible sight were shared around the world and became an international sensation.  Thanks to the rise in scientific interest that this caused, New Exeter was officially renamed Lattice Light City in 2056.  It is, to this day, considered the best place in the world for anyone interested in working in science or engineering.  This attracts two different kinds of people.  People hoping to make large strides in the field of science to better the advancement of mankind, and, unfortunately, people hoping to destroy it.

  • Go Nitro: Rise of the Blades is finally nearing completion!

    7 months ago


    Hey everyone!  

    That book I've been writing is pretty much finished, and should be available to you guys soon.  If you like owning physical copies of stuff, or just want to support the writing, a softcover, physical version of the book with be available to purchase.  Can't afford it, or just would prefer not to buy it?  No worries.  A month after I release the book for purchase, I will release the book digitally, in full, for free.  Hopefully you guys enjoy it.  In celebration, I want to help introduce you guys to the world of Go Nitro and the characters within it.  I plan on making several posts over the next week or so on this site detailing key locations, events, and characters.  Maybe it will entice you to read.  Who knows?  The first one is written below, and details a key event that takes place before the events of Go Nitro: Rise of the Blades.  Check it out and enjoy!  

    Thanks guys!

    The Explosion at the Faraday Research Center - February 22nd, 2066

    The Faraday Research Center was a chemical laboratory located near the harbor in Lattice Light City.  In 2066, the Center was tasked with guarding a large supply of an experimental chemical called Otrolium, after one of its creators, Dr. Miles Silva, began stealing and illegally distributing it.  While on shift as a security guard, Maximus Bruno noticed an irregularity in one of the cameras.  Upon further investigation, he discovered a man named Scott Cells had broken into the Center in an attempt to steal the Otrolium.  Scott Cells was a low ranking thief within a gang called The Blades, who had made a name for themselves by stealing Otrolium from several labs and warehouses around the city.  Maximus triggered the alarm, alerting the authorities and beginning a full evacuation of the building.  75% of the workers within the building managed to make it outside.  However, one of the guards within the building found himself in a firefight with Scott Cells.  A rogue bullet struck the tanks of Otrolium, causing a catastrophic chain reaction.  The following explosion vaporized the entire Center, along with the 400 people that didn’t make it to the doors in time.  It was considered the biggest tragedy in the history of Lattice Light City.  After the explosion, the entire area was quarantined, as it boasted an extremely high level of unidentified radiation left over from the blast.  Ground zero extended out several miles from the Center, shutting down several warehouses and a power plant.  A memorial to those lost was erected in the center of Lattice Light.  The explosion at the Faraday Center is considered a massive turning point for The Blades, as the shock of it all drove the city into a panic.  This opened The Blades up to steal hundreds of tanks of Otrolium, without any organized police resistance.  This spree is what officially made Project Nitro a necessity.