So the thread is pretty much just the title. For a little while now I've been making Youtube videos regularly and I've noticed that my old D2 videos seem to still be getting a number of views, and those numbers have gone up recently. Since people both seem to be interested in D2 content and actually watching/enjoying the stuff I've already done I'm pretty keen to do some more, but the issue is I'm kind of short on ideas because I don't play this game regularly now and haven't for quite some time as well as being fairly certain that, because I've played the game for the better part of a decade and focused on learning the ins and outs there are lots of things I take as self-evident that other people don't know about and I don't claim to be smart enough to figure out what those are by myself. If what I'm asking for sounds vague, that's because it is. If anyone is interested in pitching in I'm just looking for ideas in a sort of brainstorm session like way so anything from "how does manaburn work" to "how many whacks of a cracked hand axe does it take to get to the juicy roll center of a Lister pop?" would be welcome and helpful as either a self contained idea or a starting point, though obviously I'm not going to do every idea, cause everyone knows it takes 473 whacks to get to Lister's cream filling. If it's still not entirely clear what I'm talking about/asking about, some examples would be like the videos I did for the Zodathon showing off some characters that would be good to run, or the gold find blizzsorc video I uploaded today. Basically questions about things that can be explained or demonstrated. Builds are certainly viable, but so are mechanics or comparative analyses or anything you wonder about or have wondered about in the past. I don't know exactly how many videos I'd be in for making or what all I would be in for covering ("What does it look like hitting level 99 with a Hammerdin" I definitely wouldn't do, for instance, though you can very easily see that in Corr's vid in his 99 thread) but I'm pretty sure there's some gold to mine from the subject.