Today we are opening our new website to the public.
The goal of this website is to create a central community hub which we fully own/are in control of to prevent censorship. We also wish to use this blog section to give our members a voice. Any approved member can write in our Think Tank section. Posts in this section may be promoted to the front page.
We are trying to make it as easy as possible to use this website by offering six different social media login methods besides the normal account. Posts are relayed over to our community discord automatically. We will be working on ways to relay posts to other platforms (such as Telegram) shortly. Additional features and tweaks will be rolled out on the website in the coming months.
Please give us any feedback that you may have by replying to this post (or by sending a direct message to any one of the admins).
Note: you must write an introduction to obtain member status this is needed to post in most forums. This will help us...
Hello, Raiders. I'm pleased to announce that our podcast has a new hub on Podbean to work off of! Here, you can catch up on any episodes you missed and download it to listen on the go. In addition to that, there will be significantly less downtime now from when the live show hits and you get to watch it if you miss it. Later down the line, we will have this all connected to our website
The latest episode of the Furry Raiders podcast has gone live for your watching! With better logistics, hopefully there won't be any great downtime periods before the episodes go public.
This time, two conventions happened on the same weekend - Motor City Fur Con and Furry Weekend Atlanta. With our members having a presence there, we touch base to recount their experience at the convention as well as cover any keynote events, especially at FWA due to the high social media postings of controversial events.
On the news cycle, we look at the Bully Hunters campaign, started off a case of teabagging in an online video game. Aimed at limiting cyber bullying online, the final outcome of the campaign did not deliver on its promises by any measure.
Hosts include myself, Nio, Lando, Gimpy, Aeon and Mizu
As always, leave your comments, feedback, suggestions here
Episode 6 of the Furry Raiders Podcast is up and ready for public viewing! This time, hosted by Nio, Orion, Lando and Elrock, minus me at the helm.
Topics for the show include:
-The death of RC The Fox and the mob mentality surrounding the buildup to the event, as well as the fandom.
-World of Warcraft is set to introduce a fennec-like species into the Horde lineup, giving their players a furry fix. As if WOW needed more furry appeal...
-The closure of Toys R Us and what that means, as that shop had sentimental value for a fair number of us.
And lots and lots of random rambles, per our show's namesake! Don't forget to leave us your thoughts, suggestions and feedback for this episode and going forward!
We would like to invite our members to test the functionality of our live chat embedded on the website before going forward with the platform! The platform contains a few lobbies and group voice chat, so don't be afraid to hop in!
Do note that a bit of caution is needed while chatting and browsing the website on the very same tab, so a new tab can be used to avert this problem.
For phone users, the blue chat button opens a new instance, so you can browse and chat.
To enter, simply click on the blue chat button on the bottom corner of the website.
Let us know what you think of the CometChat platform - is it a good integration to the website? Or is a dedicated program better fit for our purposes?
After a long delay, Episode 4 of the Furry Raiders has been released for your viewing pleasure! Originally aired on Feb 19 2018, this was our first attempt at a live show and despite some rough timing issues, we still pulled it off. The cast features myself, the return of Nio Draggo and Abram Volkov, plus first timers Rebel Lucy and Soma Arikado.
Topics of discussion include:
1 - Texas Furry Fiesta experience and cringe in the con space
2 - Which TV Shows would work as a furry version?
3 - Trouble in the Comic Book community.
4 - Internet Bloodsports and bringing it to furry, maybe?
As always, leave your feedback, suggestions and ideas on this thread. You can watch the episode here:
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Written by: Scorch from United States - Raiders Chief Furry Development Officer
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