Yesterday the RPG world has been stunned into silence (for like a second, before the cheering started) by the announcement that on 26/06 20:00GMT launches the Kickstarter for Critical Role Miniatures. And so it did. There was a fair amount of speculation whether this will happen ever since in January 2018 Russ Charles, an incredibly … Continue reading Kickstarter Alert: Critical Role Miniatures!
I'm a bit behind on the reviews but... Oh my, this comic book is everything I've ever wanted (until the animated series comes out, and then the 10-season live action TV series). Ending the last issue on a high note, with "roll initiative" in the air, Matt Colville decided to throw the characters under the … Continue reading Vox Machina: Origins, issue 4 – The story goes dark
There's a lot of plot threads sort of converging in this scene. Usually when that happens not everyone survives. Why write reviews when you can just quote Scanlan? So, the third volume came out today, and though I have next to no time whatsoever for writing a blog lately (toy business is kind of hectic … Continue reading Vox Machina: Origins, issue 3 – The plot thickens
It's not that I'm forced to write about Critical Role all the time, but it somehow seems like the most enjoyable part of the RPG world these days. And they've just announced that the artbook will be available on 9 November, and the campaign's over, and the comic book is just brilliant. Second issue of … Continue reading Vox Machina: Origins, issue 2 – Somehow even funnier
Based on acclaimed Critical Role show, Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting (D&D 5E) is a quite interesting book. Let's see where it shines the brightest.
If by off chance you've missed the online phenomenon that is Critical Role, please look here to start your journey with the adventuring party of Vox Machina. Highly recommended. Anyway. As much as I love Critical Role, I was always missing some kind of visual enhancement. True, Matthew Mercer's descriptions of the world are impeccable, … Continue reading Vox Machina: Origins, issue 1 – The best so far