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  1. I have basically every free one on Cartography assets downloaded, but I definitely used a lot of

  2. Right, but there are still things that get cut. And also you have to think about scenes where vox machina is not present, stuff that was never shown on the livestreams.

  3. Oh, I'm sure stuff will get cut. I just don't think it's ridiculous to condense the entire arc into 12 episodes. It is definitely doable.

  4. Of course, a lot of thought went into this and it will turn out great.

  5. I agree. So far it's amazing. I don't even mind the stuff that already got changed/cut in the first 3 episodes. So far every creative decision they've made has made perfect sense.

  6. I like this...itd be a hard leap though as theres no actual Jedi and the religious texts are gone? But maybe a young force sensitive repioneers it? I feel that's kinda what they were trying with the last trilogy a little

  7. The texts aren't gone. Rey found them on the Falcon.

  8. So before any fan involvement, he admits there's a person of color issue. Exactly.

  9. Just put of curiosity, why do you have a problem with Matt voicing Gilmore, a POC, but Marisha and Sam playing POC characters (Beau and Veth) is "representation"?

  10. No harm in the occasional insight or perception check on NPCs in general- then, if something is amiss, your players may notice

  11. I should add: The NPC is someone the main PC has known for some time, who has only recently been killed and secretly "replaced".

  12. Red flag. Why do you have a 'main' pc? Everyone at the table should be equal

  13. That's a fair question. Allow me to explain. What I referred to as the "main pc" is played by the only player who has a) been at every session and b) given me a backstory. The other players all revolve based on their schedules and have no substantial backstory other than "we're guns for hire trying to make some coin" so I haven't written any plot story for them because they don't require it or want it. They are happy as supporting characters as their schedule allows and we all know and are fine with this being "that character"'s story.

  14. I just want to say... Fearne and Orym are always gonna be their C3 characters. Basically EXU was a long playtest for them; they're not temporary. So you can rest easy on that part.

  15. I still think there's a better than not chance that Robbie never leaves this season, is in nearly all episodes this season, and will still be called "guest", simply because he's not one of the OG8. The same way actors at the end of movies are credited as "Also Starring". Actors on TV shows have "guest" status all the time despite being in every episode. I think calling Robbie a guest is a way of saying he's a cast member of this season but not a (capital M) Member of Critical Role the company. It probably has something to do with how they pay him.

  16. I've been saying this from the start and people just scoff at me.

  17. Me too. You even suggest it (especially in the bad place) and it's "iDiOt! dO yOu eVeN kNoW wHaT gUeSt mEaNs DuMbAsS?"

  18. Called it. I backed it and will not ever get a prime sub because Bezos. Looks like I'll have to get what I paid for another way.

  19. Do you watch live on Twitch? Because I have some bad news for you.

  20. I think you mean "accurate" since this sub doesn't delete posts the mods don't like

  21. I mean it's a small sub composed primarily of people who dislike the main sub. That's a pretty selected group.

  22. We don't dislike the other sub, we are silenced in it.

  23. Some people make hiding less complicated than it is by thinking bonus action hide + high stealth roll = invisible.

  24. I don't get it, what's a bot account do?

  25. perception check, you notice the mans eyes are green, you don't recall ever seeing a (insert race/subrace (human= Calishite, Chondathan, ect)) with eyes like that.

  26. I should add: The NPC is someone the main PC has known for some time, who has only recently been killed and secretly "replaced".

  27. same can apply, maybe his eyes are now a different color, talks in a strange accent, acts a little differently, orders the wrong drink.

  28. the long and short of it is that one of the PCs has been raised at a school for adventurers with no memory of his past or where his powers come from. At some point, the sorcerer who was experimenting on him (which caused his powers) found him, infiltrated the school, killed his mentor/professor, and has taken his place so he can "study" his project in action. I want the PC to eventually suspect that something is wrong with the person he thought was his closest friend and kind of father figure, but not in a super obvious way

  29. Say your NPC is a Changeling or a doppelganger or a Rakshasa, or just under the effects of Disguise Self or something like that, what are the best ways to drop hints to the player that this NPC is not what they think?

  30. I should add: The NPC is someone the main PC has known for some time, who has only recently been killed and secretly "replaced".

  31. Yes, this is what I'm looking for, ideas such as this.

  32. Say your NPC is a Changeling or a doppelganger or a Rakshasa, or just under the effects of Disguise Self or something like that, what are the best ways to drop hints to the player that this NPC is not what they think?

  33. I should add: The NPC is someone the main PC has known for some time, who has only recently been killed and secretly "replaced".

  34. Campaign 2 was much better than campaign 1, until the final 2 dozen episodes. The last arc was too long and the wrap up of the Cerberus Assembly was too short. Campaign 3 has started better than either C1 or C2.

  35. In my opinion, the only way C2 is better than C1 is in production quality.

  36. Probably not, C1 was like Dragon Age Inquisition VM globetrotting & getting powerful artifacts eventually becoming a real force

  37. I should add, I have no idea what Dragon Age is, and CR was my first experience with D&D although I knew what it was. C1 just seemed to me what D&D is supposed to be like even though I've since learned that there is no such thing as "what D&D is supposed to be like"

  38. Oh god and when he talks 🥵

  39. If they do, I don't think it will be this season. That came later.

  40. I wish I could see what comment you're replying to

  41. They've revealed the BBEG of Season 1!

  42. I'm sorry, but what makes you think that Beau being a POC was only decided on later in the campaign? From the beginning, Beau's character art showed her explicitly as a WOC, and the cast referred to her as such. It seems pretty clear that she was conceived that way, and that her character art was commissioned with this in mind. Sure, Marisha didn't immediately say "She's a POC" in her opening description of Beau, but she doesn't have to—it's clear in the art.

  43. Her skin color was never mentioned during introductions. Fan art started out with her being what I would call tan. She got darker over time and then the cast embraced it.

  44. Her skin colour doesn't have to be mentioned in introductions; the official art depicted her as a POC, with light brown skin and Asian features. Just because Marisha focused on other details, like her hair and makeup and robes, doesn't mean she's automatically white. As early as August of that year, Matt was stating on Twitter that Beau was 'canonically dark skinned'.

  45. And I'm pointing out that if no one cares that Marisha and Sam played POC characters, then the whole conversation about who can play what is moot.

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