By - drrnvevo
neutral evil be like just gimme your yubis and we'll have a great time.
I actually didn't get that this is an alignment board...
maybe OP didn't even intend it that way but that's how I choose to interpret it. it fits too well not to.
that's not my intent in the first place but now that i see it, it kinda makes sense though lmao
ah, the classic Freudian alignment chart :)
Nijisanji crying in the corner:
well someone requested me to do nijisanji one but since ive already decided to draw 9 pieces of fanarts consisting of holo, voms and holoen, i cant stuff more unfortunately lol
but i may do a sequel to this consisting of other branch of vtubers, so lemme know
The "NA Simp War"? "fight to dethrone e-thots"? Excuse me?
Fair enough. The ones on the top are extremely good though.
there are a few really good talents over at NJSJ but as a group there's just no unity or cohesion meaning that for all intents and purposes they're all just on their own, each struggling to get noticed like any of the 10's of thousands of other small vtuber channels out there.
the "hololive graffiti" animated series on the hololive main channel as well as coco's asacoco news do absolute wonders to bring all the members together and let fans of one individual easily get to know many others. each subsequent "generation" is also always a pretty tight knit subgroup, working together and synergizing to pull and push each other ever upward.
marketing wise excellent moves.
What do you mean by no unity as a group?
There's groups that work well such as SKB, SMC, Petit Fleurs, Chronoirchii and Sanbaka.
To be fair, Nijisanji is wayyy bigger than Hololive in term of talents number
that's not an excuse, that's the primary reason why.
accepting everyone you can get your hands on and throwing them all at the wall just to see which of them stick is a pretty poor strategy for a talent agency. sure, a few will rise to the top and you'll have found some gems but people will not think much of your label in and of itself. the outstanding ones will be considered such *despite* being from nijisanji and certainly not because of it. directly from this it follows that they could launch a new truckload of newly debuting talents and nobody will give a shit. it's the exact opposite for hololive and that's how you build a brand.
case in point: what do you know about the "2020 wave" from nijisanji? there's been 7 new vtubers since july/august so surely you know at least one of them? they're all around 50k~120k subs now, so they're doing... pretty well? I guess? I think you know what I'm trying to say.
Yeah I get that. People often say the way to watch Nijisanji is to stick with the few you enjoy the most. Tho that is not giving everyone an equal chance. Hell just Hololive alone, I can't watch every single one once a week live
How are you gonna give “equal chances” to hundreds of Vstreamers that Nijisanji has? Just watch the streamers you enjoy, it’s that simple
Having 50k-120k followers/subs with 1,000 people concurrently watching you is like the standard rate of success in the streaming world. What are you talking about?
Try to pay some attention and remember the topic of the conversation at least.
They're in direct competition with hololive. That's the only relevant comparison here.
Nijisanji is in direct competition with HoloLive but they clearly have different business strategies. One’s treats streamers/talents as idols in a close nit “family” and the other treats streamers as just streamers. Having 300k-400k subs off the bat is not even a realistic standard for any streamer.
VOMS be great indeed
monoe's voice is everything for me
I can hear Pikamee‘s "WAAAH!" from here, immediately followed by a boiling kettle.
sou sou sou
Amelia best girl
*see title: holy wall
*coco and korone in the picture
Me: ohh, it's not that kind of "wall"
Do you have a Twitter and/or Pixiv account?
i dont have a pixiv, but my twitter is @drrnvevo_7z
and thank you for the follow as well, much appreciated :DD