What a treat last Thursday was. Darin De Paul came in and just knocked us all on our butts. There was so much woven into each interaction, you would need to go back and watch the episode again just to soak in everything. This was a treat to watch, it was like watching a master painter fill a canvas.
It was just Darin De Paul that had some heart breaking and heart warming moments. Marisha Ray’s slow burn of anger was an awesome sight. It worked subtly across the entire episode, with the big moment coming in the fight where she unleashes her full fury. She may have set the house and tree on fire, but she was trying to burn down the world. Her fiery rage leads us into our Question of the Week.
This week showed us all how Keyleth is dealing with the upcoming loss of Vax. She set the world around her on fire, and that was only venting some emotion. How is Kiki going to deal with the world after Vax has passed? Give a vote and let us know what you think is going to happen.
— Jonny Robertson (@FotoGuy79) July 21, 2017
The special shout out this week goes to Matt Mercer. This week saw the pre-order for his Tal’Dorei Campaign Setting go up. This is something that will give Critters hours of story telling. The amount of work that went into this setting is insane. It took a whole lot of people working together to bring Mercer’s vision to paper. This is going to be an amazing read, and an amazing resource of art. For that, he deserves the biggest of shout outs for all the work he, and the countless others, have put in to make this Campaign Setting come to life.
If you want Critical Role: Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting shipped to you, use this link! https://t.co/fR3PFr57uw
— Green Ronin @ Gen Con (@GreenRoninPub) July 17, 2017
That is it for this week, we hope everyone is having an amazing summer, and we hope if you’re in San Diego, that you’re having the best of cons.
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