It has been a jammed packed couple of episodes. There was a little bit of everything to be had. There was a little comedy, a little political drama, a little social commentary, a little bit of internal group drama, and a little bit of a
"Withers & Yaka"
Group B continues their crawl through the Tomb of the Nine Gods. They have met Nangnang, and now they look to a secret passage. What could this lead to? Another trap? Another tomb? Another hilarious NPC to play up?
The answer is probably yes.
Vox Machina goes into the planning phase, war is on the horizon. Does anyone know how to tell the difference between a person and an illusion? They all look alike. There are some choices to be made as VM decides between going to the fire
The ship has set sail, we have a Perch'alia on the horizons. This week's episode of Talking Crit recaps the relationships inside the mansion, Brendan and I tell some old D&D stories, and we talk about some fan tweets. You guys have some awesome ideas
There was a dragon fight!
We give an ESPN like break down of the dragon/demon fight, as well as looking at the fallout from the brawl? There are only two dragons left of the Chroma Conclave, and one of them could be manipulating Vox Machina. Is
It's all about trust and green dragons; one you can count on, the other is dubious at the best of times. Brendan and I start going into the layers of deception Raishan could be playing at, and how it will affect the group.
Our Question of
An Old Friend Returns
The group returns from the Metallic Dragon Council for some rest before heading south. The Cult lurks, waiting, for their guard to drop.
Special thanks to Bryan Syme for his awesome image.
Music by Incompetech.
It is the week before Canadian Thanksgiving, and we're being thankful for Percival still being alive. Brendan and I think it might have been closer than it seemed. We also discuss what may have happened to Seeker Asum and Voc Machina's potential strategy in taking