This will be a quick one this week. There is a lot happening, we are in the middle of a sound upgrade, which means learning a whole bunch of new gear. We are also trying to close out Season 4 of the Diecast Podcast, as Shep is going to be out of city for the next few months. So we are jumping right into it as we get back to learning and creating a new recording setup. We’ve already had a few test runs, and they sound awesome. Let’s just jump into Question of the Week.
As far as Question of the Weeks go, this one is out there. It may not be connected to reality, but it’s fun to come up with something so crazy, it might be true. We take a look at the new NPC, Ophelia Mardun. There is something that gives off the vampire vibe, and we can’t quite put our fingers on it. In fact, they may be covered in blood when we do, or ketchup. It’s hard to tell at a distance. Please give your vote, and let us know if you think Ophelia is that which hides in the shadows.
The shout out this week goes to one person who shared a whole bunch of art. Kat Waterflame is our shout out for all the awesome work she does in the Critical Role community. There has been so much tribute art that has come out, and she has been on the ball sharing up a storm. You can catch a lot of her shares by using the #TalkingCrit hashtag, if you need all your art gathered up into one area.
Please give her a follow, she does slow claps for funny tweets during the live show, and she runs a variety of Facebook groups for each of the characters. She will be at Gen Con this weekend, so keep your eyes peeled for what she shares from the Con. Kat, you are the best. Thank you for being a fan, and thank you for being wonderful.
That is it for this week. Critical Role will be live this Thursday from Gen Con, and we may be recording next week, it depends how scheduling goes. The Diecast Podcast is taking priority right now, just so we can get it finished. We hope to have everything back to normal soon.
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