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Critical Role 

A live weekly show, where a band of professional voice actors improvise, role-play and roll their way through an epic Dungeons & Dragons campaign.
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Liam O'Brien ...  Vax'ildan / ... 171 episodes, 2015-2018
Matthew Mercer ...  Dungeon Master / ... 170 episodes, 2015-2018
Taliesin Jaffe ...  Percy de Rolo III / ... 168 episodes, 2015-2018
Marisha Ray ...  Keyleth / ... 168 episodes, 2015-2018
Sam Riegel ...  Scanlan Shorthalt / ... 164 episodes, 2015-2018
Laura Bailey ...  Vex'ahlia / ... 161 episodes, 2015-2018
Travis Willingham ...  Grog Strongjaw / ... 161 episodes, 2015-2018
Ashley Johnson ...  Pike Trickfoot / ... 73 episodes, 2015-2018


The campaign follows a group of adventurers in the world of Exandria where they accomplish many tasks that lead them throughout the continent of Tal'Dorei and beyond. The farther they go on their journey the more they learn just how big the world can be and how heavy a weight it can impose; along with how chaotic, cold, and cruel. Will this band of misfits survive their little adventure and is there more waiting unseen beyond the edge of their perception? The only way to find out is to watch their stories unfold within the glorious episodes of....Critical Role.... Written by BrolynNightfury

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14 March 2015 (USA) See more »


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Engaging character-driven show of truly epic proportions
18 June 2017 | by andrea-552See all my reviews

Critical Role is a surprisingly engaging show, told through constant improvisation performed by some of the hardest hitters in the Voice Acting business, through the game "Dungeons and Dragons" lead by Matthew Mercer. Critical Role takes place in the high fantasy world of Exandria, and centers around the group of adventurers called Vox Machina. Vox Machina consists of Goliath barbarian Grog (Travis Willingham), human gunslinger Percival (Taliesin Jaffe), Dragonborn Sorcerer Tiberius (Orion Acaba), half-elf druid Keyleth (Marisha Ray), gnome cleric Pike (Ashley Johnson), gnome bard Scanlan (Sam Riegel) and the half-elven twins, the ranger Vex'ahlia (Laura Bailey) and her brother, the rogue Vax'ildan (Liam O'Brien). The story starts in-medias-res as the group are entering the dwarven city of Kraghammer. They don't manage to be there long before they start attracting attention and trouble. What makes the show isn't the story itself, which might surprise most who try to watch the show. It's the characters, their inter- personal relationships, struggles, and the impact they have on the world around them that makes the show what it is. Despite having no visuals at all, this show is intensely visual, through the amazingly graphic storytelling of Matthew Mercer. If you possess even a smidgen of ability to imagine, Matthew Mercer handles the rest. He'll paint castles in your mind, after which the remaining cast will fill the castle with life, laughter, and tears of both joy and sorrow. Being that the show is running on 300+ hours, and isn't done yet, with the average episode being 3 hours, I wouldn't recommend it to anyone with a short attention span. But if that isn't an issue, I'd recommend it to anyone who enjoys stories about people. Even if you don't like fantasy, you'll quite quickly discover that the fantasy is just the setting of the story, but that the backbone of Critical Role is the characters. I've seen 300 hours of this show, and I'd happily watch 300 more.

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