Lords of the Feywild

This episode of Critical Hit: The battle may be over for the moment, but the dangers still persist around every corner.


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  1. I personally really enjoy when the part is being pushed to the edge. I think the one think I’ve noticed is when put into a hard spot I think Rob would think for ever working out the min max outcome where sometimes the greatest fun is when someone just makes a snap decision.

    But over all very good episode and keep up the good work.

  2. Here’s an idea: why give Stephen a watch? He doesn’t need sleep, he can backup everyone else during trance (kinda, based on history), and you’ve got 5 party members to handle four watch shifts over 8 hours.

    • I still say why give anyone else a watch, when Orem is conscious and aware the entire time… but then, as they said when they addressed this in some episode (I don’t remember which), Orem’s perception score leaves much to be desired… *shrug* maybe he can make history checks to keep the party safe at night.

  3. I find myself really enjoying the party with its back against the wall. Sometimes when combat rolls around you don’t really feel the group is in any jeopardy. These last few eps though…They have me thinking, ‘Out of the frying pan, into the fire, out of the fire, into and even bigger fire!’ An enemy that has them on the ropes and scrambling is certainly compelling.

  4. I never understood why they didn’t use the dog to help during rest episodes, If memory serves he had pretty good perception. Not that it matters now that the dog’s been dead for awhile.

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