With well over 9 million subscribers, the Spanish language "DrossRotzank" has one of the very largest YouTube channels on the platform (among the top 100, in fact), which means he has a larger viewer base than most actual television shows -- and now, also means he's the top YouTube to actively stream about Second Life, as here:
Even if your Spanish is rudimentary or non-existent, the imagery is great. Some /SecondLife Redditors are here describing the gist of the action:
So, a Youtuber whose ingame name is Dross Rotzank, used his power to illegally purchase a nuclear bomb onto the game and deploy it to destroy the SIM of an user named 666DarkClown666 that reportedly set a trap to him 6 months ago, when he teleported the youtuber into his realm and hacked his Second Life account.
Well... not exactly:
The video is basically fiction. It is not possible to destroy a sim or an avatar. There are some functions within the game that can allow an estate owner or a builder to have a space or items that display roleplay like effects, but nothing is actually destroyed. The worst that can happen is someone makes an item with scripts that spam the servers and the server goes offline temporarily (i.e., the sim and the people on it crash to desktop). But even then, nothing is destroyed.
Anyway, pretty impressive video, and audience. Maybe someone at Linden Lab is smart enough to notice this and do some active outreach to Spanish-speaking Internet users, not to mention DrossRotzank.
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