The web reacts as a well-known face returns to Critical Role to information the Bells Hells to an iconic location from the present’s first marketing campaign.
This story comprises main spoilers for Critical Role Campaign 3, Episode 35
Critical Role’s newest episode solidified the ties between the present’s present adventuring celebration Bells Hells and inaugural celebration Vox Machina, to the delight of followers on social media.
Marisha Ray’s participant character Laudna perished by the hands of the mysterious villain Otohan Thull in Critical Role’s final episode, sparking heated reactions from Critters and Ray herself. However, when Laudna’s connections to Campaign 1’s Whitestone turned the thread that the celebration determined to drag in an try and convey her again, followers discovered a silver lining in her character’s loss of life.
Once safely aboard Lord Eshteross’ skyship, the Bells Hells contacted Ray’s Campaign 1 character Keyleth about their scenario. Around thirty in-game years after Campaign 1’s Vox Machina journey, Keyleth leads the Ashari individuals because the Voice of the Tempest and boss to Liam O’Brien’s present character, Orym of the Air Ashari. In the celebration’s back-and-forth messages and Keyleth’s eventual arrival on the finish of the episode, the druid chief was performed by Dungeon Master Matthew Mercer.
With Ray now not having a seat on the game desk as Laudna, many hoped Keyleth’s arrival would see Ray getting into her former Vox Machina position in the intervening time. Keyleth solely appeared to the Bells Hells in individual on the finish of the session, transporting them to Laudna’s former house of Whitestone. While this doesn’t fully rule out the chance that Ray might step into the position throughout the subsequent episode, it can rely upon how Mercer and the Critical Role group determine to narratively deal with the return of Vox Machina participant characters.
The ancestral house of Percival Fredrickstein von Musel Klossowski de Rolo III, Whitestone, at present homes the previous Taliesin Jaffe character and his spouse Vex’ahlia, initially performed by Laura Bailey. Travis Willingham has already joked that Percy and Vex are on trip, so the Bells Hells is not going to work together with them in Whitestone. Still, followers are already clamoring over the probabilities Whitestone holds in seeing Campaign 1 characters interacting with the Bells Hells.
At the top of every month, Critical Role takes one week off from their Bells Hells marketing campaign to supply themselves respite and followers an opportunity to catch up. This means the Whitestone-sized cliffhanger will loom over followers’ collective creativeness for an additional week earlier than the Dungeons & Dragons stream returns in October.
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