My husband is a huge fan of Critical Role. He works hard, is a great father to our multiple children, and in his off time loves to escape by listening/watching Critical Role. I, on the other hand, know nothing about it. His birthday is coming up and I'd like to make him something from it. Is there maybe an iconic scene I can attempt to recreate in a painting? I know I could listen myself but honestly that's not an option. What if I listen to it and then get sucked in myself? Then NOTHING would ever get done. If anyone could give me some ideas, or maybe point me in the direction I need to go in I would so greatly appreciate it. Is there a particular monster that made a huge impact? Maybe a battle? Just something where when he sees it he'll be able to recognize it's from the show. Thank you so so much for you assistance.
What's on your mind?
Wrong answers only
Nah, but really: I kinda miss it!
Hello i am a pretty new critter and i just wanted to introduce myself so hello
Is there a page that has all spells Home-brewed by Matt and the Players for the campaigns It would be great if someone could point it out to me if it exists.
I added this to the main page, but I know a lot of people skip that, so I'm adding it here, too.
For those whose copies haven't arrived yet, The World of Critical Role: The History Behind the Epic Fantasy released today, October 20. The Wiki was listed on page 259 as one of the "chroniclers" of the show, and specifically thanked by the author on page 319. She also contacted me via Twitter this afternoon and asked me to pass on further thanks to each and every Critter who's contributed over the years, saying, "Your wiki was instrumental in helping me make the book both fun and accurate. You all are literally responsible for this book making its deadline! No joke. I cannot thank you enough."
I hope that makes everyone else smile as much as it did me!
When Caleb's Necklace shattered in C2E112 and all the items fell out, is that because the necklace served as a reliquary for Widogast's Vault of Amber?
Or is the necklace a separate item?
If the necklace is the Vault of Amber, then wouldn't Halas' Ruby/Soul Jar have fallen out as well?
When they say 'we love you' at the end of every episode. Do they mean it? Because I think they don't. They only seem to say it to certain people like who's in their digital art only gallery or how big your status on twitter is. But they're actors and actors pretend to love things. And this coming from someone who doesn't believe in love and has given up on it. So do they really love us or is it just all just a façade as usual? Because it's all fake to me.
Has anyone ever made a list or compilation of the number of times the group has cheated/meta gamed?
Such as characters knowing about information that they shouldnt. or using spells when they cant. or not dropping concentration on spells either from damage or casting another concentration spell?
Crit role stats refuses to do this type of thing. so i was wondering if anyone else has.
Thank you for your time.
I've found Wizards of the Coast's Fan Content Policy, which concerns the use of art owned by WotC.
I've copied this pertinent question:
Q: Can I create a fan page about your games? And use Wizards’ art?
A: Yes! We love it! Just follow the policies outlined above.
The policies mentioned refer to not posting anything like WotC patents, game mechanics, and logos. Artwork used in books doesn't count as any of those things, therefore I believe we have permission to include official artwork from Wizards of the Coast on the grounds of fair use.
So I just asked Deven Rue for the permissions to post her maps on the wiki, and she said to ask Critical Role themselves. Do you think the maps could be posted here under fair use, given we use the thumbnails of the videos and official character portraits? Or should we ask proper permissions?
This has been on my mind for a while. And why is it always digital art that gets their love and approval and among other things and never pencil and sketch. I keep getting mixed answers and no one is giving it an honest answer? Is it a digital art only exclusive club as usual or do they just secretly hate traditional and ignore it?
Why is it always the same people every week in the gallery that do digital art. Is it digital art only now or has it always been that way?
Theres another gap on the Uthodurn page.
"Caduceus is somewhat anal about the difference between a cemetery and a graveyard. A graveyard having a temple attached where a cemetery does not."
Does that mean something else?
Its like the very last thing on the Caduceus page.
How come Isslyra & Marquet are so empty looking? I'm assuming that's just because Matt hasn't got to describe them yet. Or are they just that empty?
I wanted to float a couple of ideas, especially since Wizards of the Coast has been taking steps to be more culturally sensitive recently.
I saw that we have the Ashari symbol listed as under fair use. Would it also be fair use for me to edit the image of the symbol to give it a transparent background, and then upload that?