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Nathan 'Reetin' Spruth

Nickname: Reetin

Country: United States of America 🇺🇸

Birthday: 2 November

Job Class: Monk

Favourite Game: Final Fantasy IX

Favourite Soundtrack: Final Fantasy IX

Favourite Character: Zidane Tribal

Favourite Genre: Role-playing game

First System: Nintendo Entertainment System

Current Systems: Dreamcast, Nintendo Entertainment System, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation TV, Sega Genesis, Sega Saturn, Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Wii, Wii U, Xbox One

Twitter: Reetin

Oh God, they brought me back to life. I had thought I would be deflated forever but, somehow Lusipurr was able to patch me up and bring me back here. Now, I have to shuttle around this malevolent dictator and his minions again. Please, someone put me out of my misery.

I originally listened to Lusipurr on the RPGamer podcast and read his articles on that very same site. He eventually left that site and started his own, which I followed, reading the articles and listening to the podcast. Then, they had an opening for the Communications Manager and I took up that mantle as the first (and best) Communications Manager for

Eventually, life got in the way and I took my leave from this site. Being the Communications Manager was rather stressful and writing literally hundreds of emails to companies wasn’t my idea of fun, so I stepped down, letting another take my place. Since then, I have been working on several projects of my own, which includes streaming on Twitch.

I have my own Twitch stream that I currently operate all by myself. I do not have a lot of followers but, I have been streaming for so long that I a pretty decent amount of knowledge on how to make a stream run well. So, I have taken up the mantle of the “Streaming Media Director” and hopefully with me at the helm, we will be able to light the engines on The Day Tonight’s Twitch page making it soar to the greatest heights imaginable. Please, help me get this Twitch page a lot of followers because, if you don’t I fear I will be put back into the box again.