The Nein continue Caddy’s quest to find his Stones. Jester plans the Traveler’s con, and the Clays take the pilgramage of Stone too seriously.
The Nein make a harried getaway from the cupcake hag. Beau attacks exploding zombie Jesus, and Jester discovers a new secret about an old friend.
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Critical Role Review takes a bite out of this week’s episode. The Nein Godfather some horses, bargain with hangry harpies, and share a treat with a hag.
By: I.Am.No.Man Episode 92: After Caleb’s spell falters against Nott’s curse, the Nein take a moment to collect their thoughts and connect some threads. Beau finally admits that her father’s strange story may have more significance than she thought. It…
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Critical Role Review dives into Episode 91. Essek attempts Friendship. Fjord Fjorgets his name until today. Nott tries a change of heart.
By: I.Am.No.Man Episode 90: Bathhouses and Bastions Critical Role is finally back! After three desperately long weeks, the gang dust off their dice and dive back into Wildemount. The session goes…about as smoothly as you can expect after a long…
The Nein face a challenging tentacled foe, bend the knee for their king, and Caleb gets a blast from the past. Don’t miss Critical Roel Review!
The Nein try their hardest to stop a devilish plan, show off their Pumat Swole, and get back one of their own. Catch up with our latest Critical Role review!
The Nein uncover hidden plots, get stabbed in the back, make a new friend and try and save an old friend. Dont miss this weeks Critical Role Review!
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The Nein fight a monster, find a heart, and wander into the belly of the beast. Don’t miss any action in this week’s Critical Role Review!
By: Lowfat Here’s the gist: Watchmen the book is about superheroes doing not-particularly-heroic deeds amidst growing concerns of the Cold War in a fairly dystopian America. Watchmen the show is the same thing, but replace the Cold War with race…