Quickly, I got together with myself and I hatched out a plan on how to put together a rules video with two two people in different locations.
Separate Video from Voice
The key innovation I came up with was that I can record voice and images separately, with the images being only game components. This allowed me to have both of my personalities in the video (Aaron & Austin) without ever having to get both of us in the same place.
Write a Script
To keep both personalities on task I wrote a script. With two personalities, we can easily talk over each other, forget a key point to the game, and ramble (ok, that is just my personality, not because there were two people involved in making the video).
With a written script, I could just focus on saying what needed to be said and not worry about if I was missing something. All I had to do was look at the script and ask myself if that part was finished or not.
Recorded Different People at Different Times
Writing the script took loner than I expected, so I was not able to record both of my voices at the same time. Luckily, with a script I did not need to record both of my voices at the same time. Each voice could make a recording and the recordings could be put together at a later date.
Each Person Reads the Entire Script
Just because I thought pre-recording one personality should say one thing and the other personality should say something else does not mean that was the correct decision. By having both voices read the entire script I could elect to make any combination I pleased based on who sounded better doing what. It also speed up the production process because if one voice did something wrong than I could check to see if the other voice did it correctly.
A Challenge I had was how to record the voices and get it all to the same spot. That was the magical moment when I realized the internet provided me a solution through the magic of youtube google hangouts. I could have each each voice record a google hangout that I downloaded to get the audio for the final video.
Separate Video & Voice Bonus
As I watched the final product all put together I discovered one more bonus of recording voice and images separately, I realized that when I update the game components I only need to re-record the images, not the voices.