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Vio (formerly known as WG/DG Keanu and Kecooler) is a RuneScape video maker and clan leader, most notably known for his documentaries The Wilderness - An Unauthorised Biography (2012), Reign of Terror (2017), and various other RuneScape videos. He has also served as second-in-command of the PvP clan Wilderness Guardians, and remains an active member in their Old-School RuneScape faction. He has over 4,500 subscribers on his YouTube channel.

RuneScape and Clan History

Vio started playing RuneScape at the age of 10 in July 2003, his first RSN being Kecooler. In 2006 he got involved with the multi-PvP clan world, befriending the Abyssal Guardians and later joining the Red Blade Hunters. He started a YouTube channel called Pifflemaster and produced mainly videos of clan events, recording with Hypercam 2 and editing with Windows Movie Maker. In 2007, he created a second channel Kecooler to match his RSN.

In 2009, Vio joined the well-known P2P multi clan The Wilderness Guardians. He also made a new RuneScape account known as WG Keanu (which is now WG Vio), and a new YouTube channel of the same name, which is now VioRS.

Despite a few brief leavings, Vio has remained with WG for the majority of his RuneScape career. He originally was given the generic rank of Historian for various work done to showcase the clan's legacy, and in June 2011 was given leadership of WG's junior clan Descendant Guardians.

Vio switched to Old-School RuneScape immediately upon release in 2013, and became Warlord and Second-in-Command of WG - a position he held for the majority of the year. After a few periods of inactivity over the following years, he returned in 2015 and remains an active member of the clan, currently holding the rank of High Guardian.

Videomaking Career

Vio's first notable work was the 2011 Machinima Can I have 10k? - a beat-poem critical of the game community's attitude towards wealth and the prevalent issue of begging. The video has received over 300,000 views and 6,000 likes, and is Vio's most popular production to date.

In 2012, Vio and WG leader His Lordship collaborated to make The Wilderness - An Unauthorised Biography - a documentary on the rise and fall of RuneScape's PvP clans. The video achieved instant recognition with over 145,000 views and 11,000 likes - Vio's most liked video. An epilogue was released later in the year, followed by a petition and a community-made appendix which was delivered to Jagex at RuneFest 2011.

Vio mostly continued making smaller vlogs and guides, including a F2P Looting Guide for Aribiterspar's 2011 End of Summer Guide Competition, which gained over 170,000 views. He has also made video intros for several fellow videomakers including His Lordship and Stokenut.

In 2017, Vio returned to large-scale productions with a documentary on the infamous #1 PvP clan Reign of Terror. The video was met with criticism due to RoT's controversial nature, but still achieved almost 50,000 views.

In 2018, Vio started The Wilderness Guardians YouTube channel, which showcases all of WG's videos dating back to 2004, as well as Vio's own recent clan productions.

Vio records with OBS Studio and edits with Sony Vegas Pro. He also host occasional livestreams on Twitch.

Real Life

In real life, Vio is known as Keanu, age 25. He is a British national, born in the Caribbean and grew up in the USA before moving to England in 2004. He is a founding partner of a catering service for the Royal Air Force in England and United States Air Force in Germany, and works part-time as a driver.

Vio has attended RuneFests 2010, 2011 and 2013, as well as several of WG's own real life meetings.

Select Filmography

Year Title Genre Role Notes
2011 Tales from Port Sarim RSMV Sailor
2011 Can I have 10k? Machinima Himself Director
2012 The Wilderness - An Unauthorised Biography Part I Documentary Various roles Co-producer
2012 MembershipScape Documentary Narrator Director
2012 The Wilderness - An Unauthorised Biography Part II Documentary Co-producer
2016 RuneScape Celebrities Answer Tricky Questions Real Life Editor
2017 Reign of Terror Documentary Narrator Director

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