Brendan and I are back to talk about the last two episodes of Critical Role. The Boat Fight and the Hag Fight were both intense and dangerous, but for different reasons. We speculate on the alignments of the Mighty Nein, and if Fjord is going
As the new year rolls around, we get the second half of Star Trek Discovery. Jon, Lindsay, and Miles talk about what they taught about the first half. It's not your normal Star Trek, and that's probably a good thing. It's time to change how
Group B crawls through the third floor in the Tomb of the Nine Gods. They have merged with some trickster gods, they have met Withers, and they have survived some deadly traps. Their biggest challenge comes when conflicting gods being to try and flex their
Let's just jump into it. It was one of the best episode Critical Role has ever made. It was crazy, it was fun, it was off the rails and onto sails. Let us know what you thought, because there's a ton to cover.
Question of the
"A Dick Move"
Group B is down one Demi god. They are exploring the lost city of Omu with an immortal and an extra planar being, with a constant smell of ham. They are recovering from a fight with the King of Feathers, and they are
"Hail to the King"
Who run Omu-town?
Group B is carving a path through the Shrines of the Nine Trickster Gods. Nothing can stop them now, except maybe the creature who truly reigns over Omu. Eku is still catatonic after he shared dreams with Durand, as Artus
Group A is having troubles in Omu. They are solving shrines, but they are adding to the size of their camp. Resources are tight, and the twins seem to be hauling in less food. House, Shep, and Milo will have to think of something if
"In Rod We Trust"
Group A has encountered Thayan wizards inside of Omu. Are they the Rebel Alliance wizards, or are they Imperial-we're-all-going-to-kill-you wizards? It's always tough to tell, because Thayan wizards are never forth coming with their personal information.
Omu is slowly revealing more of its