In this installment of Critical Hit – A Major Spoilers Podcast: While on the way to Bloodletter’s Pass, the team learns more about Oversight.

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  1. Frederick Pagliarulo on

    I enjoyed getting more of a perspective on the Critical Hit universe this episode. I was hoping that the Void was a bigger player in it, but I’m loving what we got. I think what we need is a “Volo’s Guide to the Vertices”. ;)

  2. The Queen's Obedient Cousin on

    It was nice to have so many of our questions and debates about gods from last week answered, but my favorite moment in this episode was still Brian casually saying “A bowl of pudding very quickly becomes a bowl of nothing.”

    …and it turning out that this is a pertinent observation about the nature of divinity and the universe.

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