In the latest episode, we interview Wizard of the Coast's Senior Communication Manager Greg Tito about growing up with D&D, how Critical Role has introduced new fans to the game, and the new release of The Wild Beyond The Witchlight as well as the upcoming Strixhaven: A Curriculum of Chaos.
Laudna in Critical Role's Campaign 3 is absolutely my favorite new character, and I'm ecstatic any time Marisha gets to ham it up on the show, like when she introduced us to Laudna's dead rat Pate de Rolo.
If you care about spoilers, don't read this post if you haven't watched Critical Role Campaign 3 yet, particularly episode 3, because we're going to be talking about Travis Willingham, his somewhat trollish character Sir Bertrand Bell, and what will happen in the campaign from here.
You'd like to start watching Critical Role, if only to understand what your friends are going on about all the time or what this latest meme is all about, but given all the varied times and platforms, it may be tough to know what all your options are for watching this lovable band of voice actors play Dungeons and Dragons.
In the latest episode of our monthly podcast covering the world of tabletop role playing games (TTRPGs) we discuss the release of Fizban's Treasury of Dragons D&D sourcebook, TTRPG company Paizo recognizing its new employee union, and the start of Critical Role Campaign 3.
When watching Episode 1 of Campaign 3 for Critical Role last week (or catching it later, because it's now up on YouTube) you may have had a lot of questions about the new characters.
What exactly is Marisha playing in Critical Role Campaign 3? (And other as yet unsolved mysteries of Campaign 3 characters)
So far I am entirely all in for Campaign 3 of Critical Role, and I very much enjoyed the first session.
Critical Role Campaign 3 has begun, and we now have our first look at the new characters the cast will be playing as they explore the continent of Marquet.
Critical Role is the big dog of RPG streams.
The latest Legend of Vox Machina video gives us a look at Phil Bourassa’s art design of the characters
When you're watching what is essentially a promotional trailer for an upcoming project, you expect it to be effusive in its praise and to try and hype up what it is talking about, so when I started watching The Legend of the Design of the Legend of Vox Machina I figured it would be them talking up the design process.