Whenever I boot up a new show, I look for one thing: relatable characters.
That is why I’m one year into a nearly exclusive Critical Role binge. For months, Critical Role’s adventurers have been there in moments of hope, despair, and isolation. Even from the confines of self-imposed isolation, I’ve learned a lot about from the hundreds of hours of content I’ve practically inhaled. Not (obviously) because of flawless writing, but because of the organic character development.
Having reflected on this for a while, I wanted to share the top ten lessons (in no particular order) I’ve learned from my favorite Player Characters.
- Percival von Fredrickstein von Musel Klossowski de Rollo III (Campaign 1) – Life needs things to live. Until you find out what your “things” are that help you “live” to the fullest, you will not feel content (and are just inviting the potential of becoming a warlock…
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