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  1. At this point, maybe you guys should release mailbags as a side-podcast for a while. Otherwise, it’ll be impossible to catch up.

    • Steven said that the email he was reading was relatively recent, though, in this particular mailbag. I think they’ve cleared out most of the severe backlog they had?

      Personally I like that they release mailbags within Critical Hit; it gives the players a break from hardcore RP-ing and they don’t have to do it that frequently, so the questions get to accumulate and Steven can pick and choose.

      But your suggestion is totally valid! Just two cents on my end. :)

  2. Samantha Nelson on

    I realized the day after we recorded this that I forgot my favorite example of a bard in pop culture: Manolo in “The Book of Life.” He dual-wields a sword and a guitar!

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