Since the beginning of the destinytruthcast, we have tried to create a platform for everyday members of the bnet community to be able to speak to Bungie on a more personal level as they discuss their feelings for this game we all share this passion for and to hopefully help bridge the communication divide between community and developer. Not everyone can be a big name streamer or YouTuber, but the #destinytruthcast exists to try to give the everyday gamer the opportunity to have that experience and speak in that platform for a day. As I write this, through 42 episodes we’ve had on 74 different members of the community and we have gotten to know the voices and the personalities behind the names we see each day on the forums. We’ve spoken to guardians from all over the world and they’ve shared their ideas on the game with us, with the community and with Cozmo, DeeJ and others at Bungie as well. Bnet has a reputation for being the wild west of Destiny discussion and there is a perception that Bungie doesn’t listen to us here, but it’s not the case. They do listen, they do respond and we as a community have done a great deal to help shape this game over the last 2 ½ years.