Machinima, one of YouTube’s oldest surviving multi-channel networks, has taken down more than a decade’s worth of video content from its Youtube channel in the wake of its sale to Fullscreen Media. The sudden deletion of Machinima's entire archive of YouTube videos came as a surprise to many of its current and former contributors, who noticed the channel had gone dark Friday. “Wow… they finally went ahead and deleted everything we’d ever done,” tweeted RickyFTW, who co-hosts the YouTube series Internet Today. Actress and writer Felicia Day said the Dragon Age: Redemption series she’d written, produced, and performed in are among those lost in the mass deletion. “I guess my Dragon Age web series is now gone with the Machinima video purge,” she tweeted. “Grab the DVDs while you can, not sure it will ever be online again. RIP” As an MCN, Machinima hosted content by popular YouTube creators like Gamerpoop and Super Best Friends Play, growing to more than 12 million subscribers since its launch on YouTube back in 2006.