As some of you may have noticed, the VODs for Campaign 2, Episode 20 up to Episode 51 have been moved from the Geek & Sundry channel to the Critical Role channel. In doing this, they edited out the break, which means all timestamps from these episodes post-break are now incorrect. We have created a temporary page to aid in updating this discrepancy. Any help is appreciated!
As everyone's aware, CR has some of the best and most prolific fan artists around, and their frequently breath-taking pieces add a tremendous amount both to the show, and to this wiki. But adding those art pieces here can seem really complicated at first. There are two possible pathways: 1) The wiki already has a blanket permission from the artist to use their artwork; and 2) We don't.
Pathway One is WAY easier, so let's start there.
- Step 1: Confirm Permission.
Easiest way I've found is when I see artwork I think would make a good addition, I search the wiki for "art by (Artist Name)". Sometimes I have to try a couple of names, since artists go by twitter handles, names, tumblr accounts, and nicknames. If something pops up, go to the Category…
Since this has come up a few times, I figured I'd use a blog post for easy reference to explain why this wiki uses chapters when Critical Role and Geek & Sundry do not, as well as to lay out a few reasons for the current format. Of course, this (and everything else) is always up for community discussion!
With over two hundred hours' worth of Critical Role episodes (see the "Running Times" spreadsheet by CritRoleStats), this series has already produced more content in about a year than most multimillion-dollar TV shows produce over their entire lifetimes. That means there's also a lot of content for this wiki to cover—and a lot for Critters to remember.
Toward the end of what we now call Chapter 1, this wiki's founder, Dexcuracy, s…
Hey guys, quick post here: As this wiki is growing, I find it tedious to communicate through user message walls and page talk pages. I think a more centralized discussion will benefit the wiki, which is why I created a Slack Team for Critical Role: criticalrole.slack.com
Slack is a chat client designed for collaboration in teams and I think it is pretty neat. Slack will be the optimal place to ask questions about the wiki, discuss the content of pages and stuff like that, as everybody (that wants to) gets notified of chat messages. This way we can all help eachother out and questions will not get hidden by Wikia's system of talk pages. This Slack team might even grow into a place to chat about Critical Role when it is not on stream. I hope …
Hello everybody. We are already 15 episodes into Critical Role and the wiki is already 12 weeks old, so I can't think of a better time to do an introduction than now. (:3)
So hello everybody, wether you have been with the Geek and Sundry community from the beginning or just joined (perhaps one of the 300 subscribers, a crazy amount, from last broadcast), welcome to one of the best communities on the internet, and one of the few to have a Twitch chat you actually want to read ;D.
Other than a quick welcome, I don't have much to say for now, other than a quick question about cutting Critical Role into seasons.
It is, as of now, not yet clear if Critical Role will be cut into seasons or if it will be a long string of episodes, effectively withou…