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This page is about the one-shot player character. For the the animal companion version of this character from Campaign One: Vox Machina, see Trinket.

Trinket is a bear played by Matthew Mercer in "Trinket's Honey Heist" (Sx27) and "Honey Heist 2: Electric Beargaloo" (Sx35). He is a parody version of the bear Trinket featured in the canonical Critical Role series. Trinket's appearance in the first two Honey Heist games, as well as his co-stars', have the characters resemble the ensemble of the Ocean's film trilogy, starring George Clooney. Trinket himself resembles Clooney's character, Danny Ocean.



Trinket is nearly identical to his appearance in Campaign One: Vox Machina.




Trinket's history mostly remains the same as in Campaign One: Vox Machina, up until two years after the defeat of the Chroma Conclave. He is a member of Vox Machina, saviors of Tal'Dorei and beyond, and has picked up the skills of a thief from his owners Vax'ildan and Vex'ahlia.

"Trinket's Honey Heist" (Sx27)[]

On the day of the annual Hazel Festival, Vex, knowing full well of Trinket's love of honey and how he had cleared out the Slayer's Cake honey stash the previous two festivals, leads him away from the festival and towards the edges of the Bramblewood Forest. There, he meets three bears, Peddy Tuxpin, Cookie, and Waffle, and a honey badger named Liam Las Vegas, and the five proceed to come up with a heist to steal the honey from the Hazel Festival using both their skills and Trinket's knowledge of the festival.

Appearances and mentions[]


  • "I've learned a few tricks from the two that raised me, so that honey's going to be as good as ours."
  • "There's not a whole lot of space in the necklace, it's pretty cramped. At least I have a pretty good view; it's like a tiny television."
  • "Peddy, people don't eat spoons off the floor." -Trinket warns Peddy to stay in-character
  • "If anything goes bad, tell Vex I love her."


  • Matthew Mercer's voice for Trinket is slightly different than in Campaign One: Vox Machina, leaning more towards George Clooney's natural accent.



  1. Official art of Trinket, by Joana Carvalho (source). Used with permission.