HISTORY OF DUNGEON PROTOCOLS
The content gap took a lot of good, good people, but the strong survived. It was thanks to our three very good podcast boys. People were kicked, people were added, but one thing stayed true. Friendship.
No matter the place or time, someone was trying to make a joke or someone was trying to play. We didn’t try to play to get loot, we played to make memories--trying to beat last night's inside joke with an even better joke. We’d mute ourselves to step away, then come back and have full conversations with people while trying to figure out why they weren’t responding. Then we’d unmute and pop back in because we, like many times before, had muted ourselves and forgot. We’d eat food in each other’s ears and belch and fart.
God, we sound awful. Uh… disregard that last part, but I do have to keep it in so you don’t sue us because we ate chips in your ear real loud.
Around the launch of Destiny, there were three very good boys named Remy, Watts, and Dickens. They decided they would talk about Bungie’s first and only FPS ever made, EVER.
After many talks, these three very good boys decided to upload their conversations to the World Wide Web, and Warlock School was born. However, that wasn’t enough. They needed friends, but not just any friends--Loveable Jackasses.
Name ideas for this new venture were thrown around left and right until the perfect name was chosen, Dungeon Protocols (DPS). It just sounded cool, plus it wasn’t taken on Twitter, so that was nice. Then came the hard part: Finding these Loveable Jackasses. Far and few between they seemed, but one by one, they all came. Every last one of them was perfect--a good friend, a pal, someone you could laugh with. It was and still is a magical place. Goofs were had, spoofs were done, games other than Destiny were played, but then…
THE DARK TIMES.
Anyway, that’s pretty much the history of DPS. Not much to it. A couple guys started a podcast, their fans joined a clan they created, and they tried to make it something more than a fan club--a family.
Here in 2018, things are a little different. TahoeAnime (someone who has been working for the three good boys for years doing all kinds of art) is now our leader, but we are still focused on making one big family. One that laughs, one that learns, and one that makes you jealous about food. OMG!! I FORGOT TO MENTION TACOS.
Written By: bshek 43
We like tacos yes we do, we like tacos,
pew pew pew.