Any TTRPG player has dreamt of seeing the action in their head played out on a screen in all its animated glory. It just happens that one group of D&D nerds made it happen, and in style...
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It's funny as hell and the adult content doesn't feel gratuitous.
The animation is crisp, clean and full of character.
It doesn't shy away from darker ideas too, and it does horror WELL.
The first two episodes feel like they are from another time... because they are.
It's hard to shoe-horn hundreds of hours of content into a 12 episode series.
the limited number of episodes is genuinely worrying for telling a complete story.
To all you Critters out there…It’s your turn to roll! Join us as we check out the amazing animated series, born from the world’s most successful Kickstarter: The Legend of Vox Machina. Exploding into reality from the minds of the incredible people at Critical Role, and based on their multi-year table top D&D campaign, this 12 episode first season is now showing on Amazon Prime Video!
To make this episode all the sweeter we are ecstatic to present our interview with one of the cast and co-creators of the show, Vax’ildan himself; Mr Liam O’Brien. We have had the pleasure of knowing Liam for many years and he is one of the most loveable and talented voice actors and directors in the business.
Your regular party members Dion and Quinny are joined by our much loved Rebecca for this show that finally answers “How do you wanna do this?”
A magical, foul-mouthed and blood spattered thank you to all the members of our adventuring party (who we are yet to name) who sally forth into the live-chat during the Twitch stream each Tuesday night at 7:30pm! Whether you are rogue of barbarian, you are always rolling conversational crits…
An extra huge thanks goes to our badass money-filled mimics who have been kind enough to financially bolster this podcast via our Ko-Fi jar and now also by subscribing on Twitch!
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