No, he is not.
Too many pedophiles among them for me to want to explore their channels.
Though I figure the narrators that are part of this year's Wiki contest are clean.
This doesn't bode well.
And the point of this post is...?
Art that wasn't yours.
I don't believe that's how this contest is going to work.
Apparently you missed my reply pointing out that it's fucking fake.
It's absolutely shocking how gullible some people can be. You think it's coming out just because an IMDB page exists? Even though the entire cast and crew has only this "movie" to their names? Did you fail to realize that this has been "In Development" since 2015, and all that exists is one 4 minute trailer?
Seriously, how can you fall for this shit?
Are you sure that your card is the same as what that site is reporting?
Is it an actual staff prerelease card? Did you have it graded by PSA or another grading company?
If no to either one, it's not going to have quite as much value as advertised on that list.
Are participants allowed to begin work on a story now, or should we wait until the contest is officially underway?
"terrifying roblox creepypasta"? Come on.
So unless you have express permission from the author of the original "The Joyful", and can provide good proof of such permission, you can't post your little remake of it.
Yeah, don't do that.
Hopefully at some point you can grow up and find better stories.
Really kills the motivation to work when I see that shitty OCs/Jeff posts/Slenderman posts/etc get swarms of attention while the better stories end up ignored and buried.
Maybe the medium is doomed to end up this way, because we certainly can't revert back to the days of posting things on /x/ and having it gain traction.
You haven't contributed a single story to the site, and you're going to tell other people how to make theirs? Fuck off, dude.
"Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted."
For the attribution part, it was made by anonymous poster(s) on the /x/ board of 4chan. That means you don't have anyone to actually attribute the work to, but you still need to link to the CC-BY-SA license and note if you made any changes to the story itself.
Really though, if you're going to make a channel out of story readings, you should do this research on your own. It'll save you trouble down the line.
Story is shit, so who cares?