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Doty, take this down.
– 
Taryon's classic line when he begins dictating
[!h]

Taryon Gary Darrington is a human artificer, former member of Vox Machina, and founder of the Darrington Brigade. He was played by Sam Riegel.


Description

Appearance

Official full body portrait of Taryon in 811 PD, by Kit Buss.[art 2]

Taryon is a handsome human male with shoulder-length, feathered, dirty blonde hair. He has blue-green eyes and a well-groomed goatee adorning his dashing smirk. His frame is svelte and he is adorned in a set of polished immaculate breastplate armor that looks to be barely used, with numerous satchels all around him as well as jewelry and adornments. He has a silver helmet that shines with many embedded gems, including diamonds and opals.[18]

Official full body portrait of Taryon in 826 PD, by Aviv Or.[art 3]

By 826 PD (roughly a decade after the Darrington Brigade was first founded), Tary's once-golden hair is cut short and shows signs of graying, but despite being over 40 he always claims he is closer to 33. Taryon's adventuring gear shows signs of use - his golden armor and Rod of Mercurial Form have scuff marks and his Robe of Useful Items have largely been used up, with the used spaces being replaced with commemorative patches like "Kill a Dragon".

Tary's somewhat more youthful appearance is due to his injection of an unspecified "bovine toxin" into his face.[19]

Personality

Taryon came from a privileged life, and acts like it. He tends to underestimate the intelligence of the people he meets. He assumed that none of Vox Machina were literate.[20] When Percy asked him how Doty worked, Taryon began by explaining the basic functions of levers, pulleys, and inclines.[21] He did not have high expectations of women at first, referring to Vex as a girl rather than a woman, and speaking of damsels in distress that needed to be rescued. This likely is due to how he did not have many examples of assertive women in his life that did not hit him (like his sister), before this, and the common narratives in his stories.

Tary does not ask for names very often, instead choosing to give (often rude) nicknames to the people he meets.[22]

Tary seems to have a weak stomach, as he is prone to nausea and vomiting when encountering gory or disturbing situations.[23][24][25]

Taryon sees family and love as very important, especially when addressing the lack of both within his own household. He often has fanciful notions of how the world works, and walked into adventuring with the expectation that it would be the same as the storybooks he used as an escape. He is a complete, unapologetic, mama's boy.

Biography

Background

Taryon has a great deal of wealth given to him by his father, Howaardt Darrington, who is a businessman.

Between 795-796 PD, when he was 12-13 years old, Tary has seen the Dr. Dranzel's Spectacular Traveling Troupe performing in the Darrington estate, intending to stay there for a few days, but they were forced to leave in a hurry, as, one of their members, Scanlan Shorthalt had an affair with one the family's handmaiden and in an unknown way corrupted Howard Darrington's bed.[26][27]

In early 811 PD, his younger sister Maryanne was set to inherit Darrington's fortune unless Tary can prove himself to his father.[28] The reason his father looked down on him was because his father caught him having a romantic affair with one of his tutors, a man named Lawrence.[29]

And so Tary set out to become a hero,[30] began stylizing himself as "Sir" Taryon Darrington, despite having never been knighted nor having any training as a knight, and went adventuring. He was taraveled with other adventuring groups, for a month or so before meeting Vox Machina, but his companions ended up leaving him behind.[31]

Critical Role

Arc 4: Taryon Darrington

Fan art of Taryon Darrington calling out to Vox Machina with Doty standing behind him, by Hugo Cardenas.[art 4]

Taryon encountered Vox Machina in Ank'Harel as they were returning Ripley's hand, as they had promised. Though the group was annoyed by Tary's behavior and personality, they decided to accept his offer to be hired into his service at the price of 50,000 gold per day.[32]

Tary initially claimed to have killed a small beholder at some point in the past with help from sell swords, who "took it out into a field and, sort of roughed it up" for Taryon, who then dealt the killing blow to the beast.[33] However, he eventually admitted that he has never been on a real adventure, and he had only been "adventuring" for a month or so before meeting Vox Machina.[34]

Back at Whitestone, some of Vox Machina decided to test Tary's capabilities by attacking him. After only a few rounds, Tary surrendered. He broke down into ugly cries and proclaimed that he was unfit to be an adventurer. When Tary confessed that he was just trying to be an adventurer to prove himself to his father, Vox Machina decided to give him another chance. As they put it, they were won over by his "daddy issues".[35]

Tary accompanied Vox Machina on the last leg of Keyleth's Aramenté. On the journey to Vesrah, the group's ship was attacked by pirates, and Tary successfully killed a marid: his first ever kill.[36]

Later, he accompanied Vox Machina's mission to the Iron City of Dis, in the Nine Hells, in order to permanently kill the rakshasa Hotis. He purchased twenty soul stones at an inn, not knowing what the stones contained and why he felt such a burst of energy after consuming one. When he finally was able to identify the soul stones as receptacles for fragments of "refined soul", he promptly puked, followed shortly by an equally-horrified Keyleth.[37]

After returning from the Nine Hells, Tary further admitted that the reason his inheritance was taken away and his father looked down on him was because his father caught him having a romantic affair with one of his tutors, a man named Lawrence, explaining that he pursued damsels because in all of the books he read, none of the heroes ever had relationships with men. Following this admission, he slept with Trisha and, upon meeting with Pike and Grog the next morning, declared that "women are soft and tender, and... they are not for me".[38] Tary is also unsure whether or not Lawrence is alive or not, but believes it's likely that he's dead because of how his father is.[39]

During the one-year time skip, he became roommates with Vex'ahlia after she finished reconstructing the Third House of Whitestone, her noble manor as a Baroness. The two roommates and Pike eventually went into business together to open a bakery called "The Slayer's Cake". Despite not being much of a baker, Vox Machina enjoyed having him at the bakery and Tary was best known for his blondies.[40]

After Vox Machina dealt with the deception of the Trickfoot family (Pike's relatives), Tary was abducted by a drow bounty hunter named K'ryyn, who had been disguised as a baker seeking employment. The bounty hunter had been paid by Taryon's father, Howaardt, to retrieve Tary and bring him back to the family estate in Deastok. Vox Machina managed to intercept K'ryyn in Wildemount, but Tary decided to return home anyways to finally face his father. Vox Machina decided to accompany Tary as support.[41]

When confronting Howaardt, his father revealed that the Darrington family was in dire financial straits and owed a tremendous amount of money to the Myriad: the local crime syndicate that controlled Wildemount in all but name. Howaardt also revealed that when Tary left home for his "adventure", Tary had stolen the entire family treasury: the true source of Tary's supposed wealth. Howaardt thought he had a solution for their financial problems: a marriage between Tary and Lydia Truscan. Lydia was the only heir to the Truscan Trust, which would give Tary (and by extension, the Darrington family) complete control of the Truscan family's wealth. Howaardt was determined to have Tary marry Lydia. Vox Machina decided to aid the Darringtons by speaking with the Myriad.[42]

Fan art of Taryon Darrington, by advocatingAvian.[art 5]

Vox Machina spoke with a member of the Myriad, Korshad, who agreed to forgive some of the Darringtons' debts in exchange for Vox Machina clearing out an infestation of a Myriad-controlled platinum mine.[43] Vox Machina did so, and Tary and Korshad haggled over the terms. The Myriad would seize the Darrington lands and tax revenue, minus the Darrington Estate itself and enough taxes to provide a reasonable income for the family. Tary also successfully negotiated that the Darringtons would get to keep a small farm adjacent to the Darrington Estate, as a source of crops and food for the family. However, when Tary requested a percentage of the platinum mine's profits, Korshad drew the line.[44]

When Tary informed his family about the deal, Howaardt was furious. After Tary announced his plan to relocate his family to the small farm, and use the Darrington Estate as a home for the poor and the headquarters for the Darrington Family Charity for Wayward Souls (or more simply, the charitable "Darrington Foundation"), an enraged Howaardt threw a chair at the wall. Still convinced that the Darrington family could've been restored to their original prosperity through an alliance with the Truscans, he venomously told Tary, "You should have married that girl!" Tary stood his ground and told Howaardt that the Darrington family was in financial trouble long before Tary stole the family treasury. Tary demanded his father stop blaming Tary for Howaardt's own mistakes. Howaardt broke down into tears and agreed to try Tary's plan. Tary also announced his plan to start a band of adventurers similar to Vox Machina in Wildemount: the Darrington Brigade, led by himself.[45]

Tary announced his decision to return to Wildemount after gathering his things in Whitestone. Before he could return to Deastok, Vox Machina was approached by Lionel Gayheart, who took them to a man named Aes Adon. They quickly discovered that this man was Scanlan Shorthalt in disguise. He had come to Whitestone to tell them of another Ziggurat that had been discovered in Marquet.

Arc 5: Vecna

Vox Machina decided to set out for Ank'Harel, with Taryon joining them for one last adventure.[46] He then took his leave and returned to Deastok.

During Vox Machina's fight with Vecna and Delilah Briarwood, Taryon's necklace alerted him about the deaths of Vex'ahlia and Vax'ildan (although he was unaware which members of Vox Machina had died). He clutched the necklace, fell to the floor, and started weeping.[47]

Epilogues

"Dalen's Closet" (Sx47)
Taryon was present at Vex'ahlia and Percy's wedding. Both the bride and groom argued to have him as their best man; eventually, Percival gave and chose Keyleth instead. Taryon was a little bit confused, and although he had initially written his best man speech for Percival, he adapted it to fit Vex'ahlia.

Post-Campaign

At some point after the end of Campaign One, Taryon reunited with Lawrence, and the two of them married.

"The Adventures of the Darrington Brigade" (Sx49)
Approximately fourteen years later in 826 P.D., Taryon welcomed new members to the Darrington Brigade and led them on a quest at the behest of Doolan Tversky in search of an item or creature that fell from the sky. The brigade discovered Quackthulhu, a gigantic mutated duck, and felled it. They retrieved the meteor implanted in its back and returned it to Master Tversky.

After the Brigade At some point after "The Chapter Closes" (1x115), Tary (and/or Doty) finished his book and published it in Deastok. Taryon continued to lead the Darrington Brigade for many years, and shared their exploits through several published works. After completing his checklist of adventures, Taryon left his home in the hands of Maryane and Lionel, and began travelling around Wildemount to set up smaller brigades. He then settled in Port Damali with Lawrence, and began writing fiction novels. His most sucessful series is "The Deastok Mysteries", which tell the adventures of a yound blonde boy and his robot sidekick solving crimes in Wildemount. Taryon occasionally visits Whitestone to catch up with the rest of Vox Machina. He has built several new versions of Doty, the most recent being Doty X.[48]

Relationships

Fan art of Taryon Darrington, by Ameera.[art 6]

Mariya Darrington

Taryon describes his mother as "quiet," and repeatedly mentions how she struggled living with his father. She loves both her children greatly, but seems to be far more like Taryon, enjoying his fanciful books and talking to him about them. Taryon certainly seems to connect to his mother the most out of his family, and cares for her deeply.

Howaardt Darrington

Taryon wishes to prove himself to his father, Howaardt, who seems to have a low opinion of his son. At some point Howaardt caught Taryon having a romantic affair with one of his tutors, a man named Lawrence, and he ostracized Taryon from the family, with Lawrence's fate unknown. After being pressed for information by Vox Machina regarding his relationship with his father, Tary admitted to them that he hated him.

Maryanne Darrington

Maryanne is Taryon's younger sister, and seems to be the favored child in the family, as she is the one set to inherit their land, property, and wealth. Taryon said that his sister would often hit him. When he was asked if she was still a raging bitch, when he visited her after returning home, he replied by saying that she was not raging, but does not dispute her being a bitch. He does not seem to get along with her well, even as he cares for her safety and well-being.

Lawrence

Lawrence was Taryon's tutor and lover before Taryon was ostracized from his family. It was, in fact, the discovery of this romantic entanglement that led to him being snubbed in favor of his sister. Lawrence is said to be about ten years older than Taryon, who was around twenty when they became attached. When asked by Vox Machina what he was looking for in a potential sexual partner, Taryon replied with "tall, fair, and strong". He uses these same descriptors to describe Lawrence shortly thereafter. In the epilogue, it is stated that Tary eventually found Lawrence again, and the two reconnected. Their relationship "picked up right where it left off".

Doty

Fan art of Doty, by BlackSalander.[art 7]

Doty was Taryon's mechanical servant, scribe, and best friend. The human built him when he was 27 years old. Nine other iterations of him were built later, Doty X being the most recent as of 836 PD. According to Tary, Doty 4.0 went rogue and attempted to kill him.

Vox Machina

Taryon hired Vox Machina to take him adventuring for the price of fifty thousand gold per day. So far he has paid 16,000 gold in the form of a check, much to Vex'ahlia's displeasure.[49]

Taryon got off to a rocky start with the band of adventurers, as his pompous demeanor and condescending attitude caused them to immediately dislike him. However, after testing his skills in what was essentially a hazing and causing the man to break down crying, Vox Machina felt more sympathetic towards him and began to warm up to their new companion.

Taryon referred to the members of Vox Machina with nicknames, with the exception of Percy who introduced himself the night Vox Machina hazed Tary.[50] Tary learned the rest of the party's names after Pike had him make flashcards and made him promise to look at them every night until he knew them by heart. [51]

Percival de Rolo

Percy was initially distrustful and wary of Taryon, not believing that the other man had actually built Doty. In return, Tary assumed that Percy knew very little about mechanics and engineering, and explained such concepts to him at a basic level. However, after Tary opened up to the group, the two of them soon began to bond over their mutual love of tinkering and started collaborating on projects.

Tary and Percy became very quick friends and loved to trade mechanical and technological designs. This has led to Matt dubbing them the "Tinkering Nerds", and Taliesin and Sam have referred to themselves as the "Science Bros". Some of their most notable collaborations was a mechanical lamp powered by opals from Tary's Helm of Brilliance, as well as Percy helping Tary construct Doty 2.0.

Tary has always been fond of Percy, even declaring him "the type of man I want to marry someday". The two maintain a platonic relationship and remain very good friends.

Keyleth

Keyleth, like most of Vox Machina, initially had a strong dislike towards Tary, and was vehemently opposed to the idea of him joining the group, both due to his pompous attitude and due to the sorrow she was feeling due to Scanlan's recent departure. Overtime, she warms up to him. Tary is very impressed by Keyleth's skills and abilities. Keyleth seems to appreciate his admiration, but also feels a bit jealous of his quick friendship with Percy. At one point the druid admitted to Vax'ildan that she felt like Tary was replacing her as Percy's best friend.[52]

Vex'ahlia

Vex is described multiple times as Tary's best friend, having become so while Tary lived in Vex's home in Whitestone during their year long break.[53] They exchange hair tips and other such things. They also, incidentally, had romantic interest in the same man (although Tary always seemed to respect Vex and Percy's relationship and never did anything to sully it). Vex may have been his first best friend outside of Doty, given that he was a sheltered, lonely child.

Character information

Quests

Taryon is on a quest to become a heroic adventurer in order to prove himself to his father, so that he can inherit some of his family's wealth instead of it all being passed on to his younger, stronger sister.[54]

Taryon is writing a book about his adventures. He is still trying to decide on a name for it, and has come up with many possible titles.[55]

Taryon keeps a list of adventures and acts of bravery he believes he needs to attempt to become a true adventurer.[56]

Known items on list

  • Kill a Naga
  • Kill a Dragon (accomplished some time after he left Vox Machina; he has a badge mentioning this deed that is referenced in "The Adventures of the Darrington Brigade" (Sx49)}[57]
  • Kill a Beholder[58]
  • Go to the Nine Hells (accomplished through Vox Machina using Plane Shift to go there)[59]
  • Rescue a maiden (accomplished at Keyleth's request during a battle against some pirates)[60]
  • Teleport (accomplished through Keyleth's Transport via Plants spell)[61]
  • Transport a Treasure (accomplished by transporting the mysterious object that fell to Exandria in the Cyrengreen Forest)[62]
  • Escort a Muckity Muck (Taryon's letter to Vox Machina stated that it was accomplished off-stream[63])
  • A Revenge Plot (accomplished through Vox Machina's journey to the Nine Hells)[64]
  • A Classic Dungeon Crawl (accomplished in "Unfinished Business" (1x100) with Vox Machina and Lionel Gayheart)[65]
  • Solving a Mysterious Riddle (accomplished by solving the mystery of the platinum mine)[66]
  • The Old Fashioned Double Cross (accomplished in "Family Matters" (1x96) by ending the Trickfoots' schemes to steal from Pike)
  • Shopping Mission (accomplished by going potion-shopping with Grog)[67]
  • Defeat a Goliath (accomplished in contest against Grog that ended in a draw)[68]

Proficiencies

  • Skills: Arcana, History, Perception, Survival[17]
  • Tools: Navigator's Tools,[69] Tinker's Tools,[70] Thieves' Tools[71]

Notable items

Current items

Former items

Abilities

As an artificer of the Unearthed Arcana edition Alchemist, Taryon had the ability to use various alchemical formulas for both offense and defense. In addition, he has the power to infuse items with magic for a set amount of time until the spell is used. In fact, most of Taryon's strength comes from his equipment rather than his own personal abilities. Despite that, he is able to hold his own.

Feats

Artificer (Unearthed Arcana) abilities

  • Artificer Specialist: Alchemist
    • Alchemist's Satchel (materials for Alchemical Formula)
    • Alchemical Formula
  • Magic Item Analysis
  • Tool Expertise
  • Wondrous Invention
    • 2nd Level: Bag of Holding
    • 5th Level: Robe of Useful items
    • 10th Level: Chime of Opening
    • 15th Level: Broom of Flying
  • Spellcasting (Intelligence-based ability)
  • Infuse Magic[97]
  • Superior Attunement (5 magic items)
  • Mechanical Servant: Doty, Doty 2.0, Doty 3.0

With the release of Eberron: Rising from the Last War, the artificer class has been officially released, and Tary's subclass changed to Battle Smith.

Artificer abilities (Battle Smith)

  • Tool Proficiency: Smith's Tools, or a different artisan's tool if already proficient
  • Battle Smith Spells:
    • Heroism, Shield
    • Branding Smite, Warding Bond
    • Aura of Vitality, Conjure Barrage
    • Aura of Purity, Fire Shield
  • Battle Ready: proficiency with martial weapons, can use Intelligence for attack and damage rolls
  • Steel Defender (Doty 5.0)
  • Extra Attack
  • Arcane Jolt: target of a (magical) weapon attack takes 2d6 force damage, or heal a friendly creature near the target for 2d6. Number of uses equal to Intelligence modifier, minimum of 1.
  • Improved Defender: Steel Defender gains +2 AC, Arcane Jolt improves to 4d6 for both uses, Steel Defender causes damage to attacker.

Artificer spells (Unearthed Arcana)

As a level 15 artificer, Taryon can know 10 spells at a time, and Detect Magic and Identify do not count against this number of spells. He can also swap a spell out with another one when gaining a level, so some of these spells may no longer be known by him.

Cantrips
1st-level
2nd-level
3rd-level
4th-level

Appearances and mentions

Quotations

  • "Danger is not my middle name. Gary is."[110]
  • (about Vox Machina) "Loyalty like that, you can't put a price on it. But, if I had to, I'd say their friendship is worth about 210,000 gold. Which, even to me, is a relatively large amount of money.[111]

Trivia

References

  1. The spelling of "Taryon Darrington" was confirmed by Sam Riegel. (Twitter logo.png Sam Riegel (@samriegel) on Twitter: "Taryon Darrington. And yes. That's his shit eating grin." (2017-02-10).)
  2. See "Daring Days" (1x86) at 33:04.  Also see at 36:41, at 48:04, at 56:34, at 1:14:26, and at 1:52:53.
  3. See "Jugs and Rods" (1x94) at 1:30:55.
  4. See "One Year Later..." (1x95) at 3:25:15.
  5. See "One Year Later..." (1x95) at 2:02:17.
  6. See "The Mines of the Many" (1x98) at 0:26:25.
  7. Taryon's level 14 stat card was shown onscreen.  See "Deals in the Dark" (1x92) at 2:18:00.
  8. See "The Adventures of the Darrington Brigade" (Sx49).
  9. See "Daring Days" (1x86) at 50:04.  Taryon stated that he was 28 years old. There was later a year-long timeskip between "Jugs and Rods" (1x94) and "One Year Later..." (1x95), meaning he is at least 29 after the time skip.
  10. "The Adventures of the Darrington Brigade" (Sx49) took place in 826 PD, fourteen years after Taryon left Vox Machina.}}
  11. See "Curious Tides" (1x89) at 1:12:21.
  12. See "One Year Later..." (1x95) at 44:03.
  13. See "One Year Later..." (1x95) at 3:31:18.
  14. See "Family Matters" (1x96) at 3:34:35.
  15. See "The Adventures of the Darrington Brigade" (Sx49) at 0:15:17.
  16. See "The Adventures of the Darrington Brigade" (Sx49) at 0:15:34.
  17. 17.00 17.01 17.02 17.03 17.04 17.05 17.06 17.07 17.08 17.09 17.10 17.11 17.12 17.13 17.14 17.15 17.16 See Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting Reborn, p. 273.
  18. See "A Bard's Lament" (1x85) at 2:57:18.
  19. See "The Adventures of the Darrington Brigade" (Sx49) at 0:20:03.  This is a reference to botox.
  20. See "Daring Days" (1x86) at 2:32:19.
  21. See "Daring Days" (1x86) at 42:08.
  22. See "Daring Days" (1x86) from 44:33 through Tary calls Vax "Little Elf Boy". At 33:04 he calls Grog "Jumbo", and at 46:19 he calls Keyleth "Antlers"..
  23. See "Tangled Depths" (1x88) at 2:19:39.
  24. See "Vox Machina Go to Hell" (1x91) at 2:50:42.
  25. See "Deals in the Dark" (1x92) at 3:20:38.
  26. See "Curious Tides" (1x89) at 1:13:37.
  27. See "Talks Machina #17: 'Voice of the Tempest'" (TMx17) at 56:37.  Sam out of character confirmed this story.
  28. See "Daring Days" (1x86) at 2:09:12.
  29. See "Jugs and Rods" (1x94) at 1:18:00.
  30. See "Daring Days" (1x86) at 2:09:12.
  31. See "Daring Days" (1x86) at 2:07:28.  Also see 2:26:54.
  32. See "A Bard's Lament" (1x85).[citation needed]
  33. See "A Bard's Lament" (1x85) at 3:05:41.
  34. See "Daring Days" (1x86) at 2:07:28.  Also see 2:26:54.
  35. See "Daring Days" (1x86).
  36. See "Onward to Vesrah" (1x87).
  37. See "Vox Machina Go to Hell" (1x91).
  38. See "Jugs and Rods" (1x94) at 2:28:23.
  39. See "Jugs and Rods" (1x94) at 1:18:00.
  40. See "One Year Later..." (1x95).
  41. See "Taryon, My Wayward Son" (1x97).
  42. See "Taryon, My Wayward Son" (1x97).
  43. See "The Mines of the Many" (1x98).
  44. See "Masquerade" (1x99).
  45. See "Masquerade" (1x99).
  46. See "Masquerade" (1x99).
  47. See "Race to the Tower" (1x102) at 3:53:42.
  48. See Tal'Dorei Campaign Setting Reborn, p. 272.
  49. See "Daring Days" (1x86) at 2:35:59.
  50. See "Daring Days" (1x86) at 2:58:52.
  51. See "Curious Tides" (1x89) at 2:22:16.
  52. See "Onward to Vesrah" (1x87) at 2:54:46.
  53. See "One Year Later..." (1x95) at 0:31:05.
  54. See "Daring Days" (1x86) at 2:09:12.
  55. See "A Bard's Lament" (1x85) at 3:00:53.
  56. See "A Bard's Lament" (1x85) at 3:00:45.
  57. See "The Adventures of the Darrington Brigade" (Sx49) at 0:19:44.
  58. See "A Bard's Lament" (1x85) from 3:05:41 through Tary states earlier in the episode that he has a long list of creatures he wishes to slay, and at this point explains that he has slayed a beholder, with considerable help from his men.
  59. See "Vox Machina Go to Hell" (1x91) at 1:14:45.
  60. See "Onward to Vesrah" (1x87) at 0:45:14.
  61. See "Daring Days" (1x86) at 1:17:30.
  62. See "The Adventures of the Darrington Brigade" (Sx49) at 4:32:59.
  63. 63.0 63.1 Twitter logo.png Sam Riegel (@samriegel) on Twitter: "Tary's letter to VM, left unread on ep 115. #criticalrole" (2017-10-18).
  64. See "Jugs and Rods" (1x94) at 026:37.
  65. See "Unfinished Business" (1x100) at 3:51:08.
  66. See "The Mines of the Many" (1x98) at 3:16:35.
  67. See "Voice of the Tempest" (1x90) at 1:14:45.
  68. See "Jugs and Rods" (1x94) at 1:13:11.
  69. See "Daring Days" (1x86) at 3:22:25.
  70. See "Onward to Vesrah" (1x87) at 2:53:39.
  71. Artificers gain proficiency with Thieves' Tools.
  72. See "Daring Days" (1x86) at 3:20:24.
  73. See "Daring Days" (1x86) at 0:54:04.
  74. See "Daring Days" (1x86) at 3:21:49.
  75. See "Tangled Depths" (1x88) at 1:32:22.
  76. See "One Year Later..." (1x95) at 0:55:29.
  77. See "The Mines of the Many" (1x98) at 3:43:04.
  78. See "One Year Later..." (1x95) at 1:32:05.
  79. See "Daring Days" (1x86) at 1:56:13.
  80. See "Daring Days" (1x86) at 3:22:25.
  81. See "Onward to Vesrah" (1x87) at 1:42:09.
  82. See "Tangled Depths" (1x88) at 2:44:33.
  83. See "Tangled Depths" (1x88) at 2:43:43.  Taryon pulled a patch from the Robe of Useful Items and cast Hypnotic Pattern.
  84. See "Tangled Depths" (1x88) at 3:01:20.  Taryon pulled a patch from the Robe of Useful Items and cast Vampiric Touch.
  85. See "Tangled Depths" (1x88) at 0:33:09.
  86. Scroll of Fire Shield purchased from Cidrick Gillsman.  See "Voice of the Tempest" (1x90) at 2:21:40.
  87. Taken from Ogden Trickfoot.  See "Family Matters" (1x96) at 4:37:47.
  88. See "Curious Tides" (1x89) at 2:13:02.
  89. See "Voice of the Tempest" (1x90) at 2:28:34.
  90. Used on Ogden Trickfoot.  See "Family Matters" (1x96) at 3:32:39.
  91. See "Onward to Vesrah" (1x87) at 2:47:10.
  92. See "Bats Out of Hell" (1x93) at 3:50:01.
  93. See "Onward to Vesrah" (1x87) at 1:14:41.
  94. See "Onward to Vesrah" (1x87) at 1:17:06.
  95. See "Daring Days" (1x86) at 3:20:24.  Taryon uses a Healing Draught on himself.
  96. See "Critical Role – Level 17 Battle Royale!" (Sx19) at 2:12:35.
  97. See "A Bard's Lament" (1x85) at 3:14:14.  Taryon uses Infuse Magic.
  98. See "The Mines of the Many" (1x98) at 2:58:24.  Taryon infuses a coin with a Cure Wounds spell.
  99. See "Tangled Depths" (1x88) at 1:30:20.  Taryon casts Detect Magic.
  100. See "Onward to Vesrah" (1x87) at 2:46:54.  Taryon casts Identify.
  101. See "The Mines of the Many" (1x98) at 2:57:20.  Taryon infuses a coin with a Jump spell.
  102. See "Daring Days" (1x86) at 1:59:21.  Taryon casts Sanctuary.
  103. See "Onward to Vesrah" (1x87) at 0:35:51.  Taryon casts Alter Self.
  104. See "Onward to Vesrah" (1x87) at 0:12:32.  Taryon casts Blur.
  105. See "Vox Machina Go to Hell" (1x91) at 0:39:40.  Matt confirms that Taryon has Enhance Ability.
  106. See "Deals in the Dark" (1x92) at 2:14:13.  Taryon casts Invisibility.
  107. See "Onward to Vesrah" (1x87) at 0:12:32.  Taryon casts Fly.
  108. See "Onward to Vesrah" (1x87) at 1:41:40.  Taryon casts Haste.
  109. See "Family Matters" (1x96) at 3:25:41.  Taryon infuses a coin with a Revivify spell.
  110. See "The Adventures of the Darrington Brigade" (Sx49) at 2:06:01.
  111. See "Jugs and Rods" (1x94) at 0:28:24.
  112. See "Lost & Found" (2x13) at 3:49:30.
  113. See "The Adventures of the Darrington Brigade" (Sx49) at 0:27:30.
  114. See "The Adventures of the Darrington Brigade" (Sx49) at 0:27:30.
  115. See "The Adventures of the Darrington Brigade" (Sx49) at 0:27:30.
  116. See "The Adventures of the Darrington Brigade" (Sx49) at 0:28:33.

Art:

  1. Official 2017 portrait of Taryon, by Kit Buss (source). Used with permission.
  2. Official full body portrait of Taryon in 811 PD, by Kit Buss (source). Used with permission.
  3. Official full body portrait of Taryon in 826 PD, by Aviv Or (source). Used with permission.
  4. Fan art of Taryon Darrington calling out to Vox Machina with Doty standing behind him, by Hugo Cardenas (source). Used with permission.
  5. Fan art of Taryon Darrington, by advocatingAvian (source). Used with permission.
  6. Fan art of Taryon Darrington, by Ameera (source). Used with permission.
  7. Fan art of Doty, by BlackSalander (source). Used with permission.


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