I have a Discord server. I use it primarily to run roleplaying games online. Should you ever wish to play in one of my games, you will need to join my server. It is not a public server, because public servers are quickly overrun by dickheads, trolls and spammers.
I dislike both dickheads and trolls, and I despise spammers. I do not want them on my server. Thus, one cannot actually join my server unless I will it.
Lately, I was thinking that in addition to running RPGs, maybe I could use the Discord server to connect with my hobby friends; specifically miniature painters and wargamers. I think I may set up a video channel in the server for when I paint. Anyone could drop in and hang out, shoot the shit, maybe even paint some miniatures at the same time. Might be a good way to motivate others and to show off what we’re working on.
So, if you want to join my Discord server, you need to have a Discord handle. You get one by joining Discord, which, of course, is free. Once you have that, drop me an email (email@example.com) with your handle and I will extend an offer of Discord friendship to you. Accept, and once we’re Discord friends, I can invite you to my server, where the pleasure of my company and the company of other like-minded miniature addicts awaits you.
(PS: I would assume it goes without saying that anyone who frequents this blog is invited, but just in case that wasn’t clear: if I know you, you’re invited.)