Critical Hit Pathfinder Real Play Podcast

In this installment of Critical Hit – A Major Spoilers Podcast: A tableau of tales tell the struggle between the different races of the swamp region.

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  1. The Queen's Obedient Cousin on

    “Deayth to the lay-zards! Oh noah! You are wayning! You have defayted may and can go to layzard hayven!”

    Lord, this may be the best Rodrigo voice since Grill. So freaking good.

  2. Frederick Pagliarulo Jr. (a.k.a. Darth Macho) on

    I like this different take on the skill challenge, I’m going to adapt it to my 5e game. Thanks!

  3. XantharTheFlame on

    Hey all! As posted in CH #403 (June 3, 2017) I am back after a long hiatus, and re-listening to all the episodes. I’m up to #93 now after almost 2 months.

    At this rate I should be caught up by Feb 2018! I base this on:
    7 weeks since restarting, achieved 93 episodes = approx. average 13 ep. / week
    317 more ep. to go currently = 24 weeks at that rate just to get to #410
    24 more ep. posted in the meantime = 2 more weeks to get through those…

    Holy crap. Sometimes I’m tempted to skip some episodes, or some fighty-fights… but I am worried about missing some really funny references, in-character awesome roleplaying, or important character development moments….

    I know there are certain episodes I absolutely must not miss
    – The one where Randus gets Penelope’s Chronometer and all the timey-whimey stuff happens (I really didn’t get that at all)
    – Celestial Crusade finale episodes (whole lotta awesome!)
    – The one with the Hogba (can’t remember how the party got sucked into that situation)
    – A lot of the Feywild stuff actually (some because of great moments like Orem first realizing how devastated the Eladrin and his family are and not knowing if any survived, some because I just didn’t understand what the heck was going on)
    – Finale of the Lords of the Feywild

    I may skip some of the off-season or listener feedback stuff though… haven’t yet but still debating it. Sigh! I just want to get current to feel like I’m part of the community and in the know again!! :-)

    If anyone has any suggestions for episodes I absolutely must not miss, or some that I can reasonably skip without missing anything important I’m open to suggestions. Thanks!

      • XantharTheFlame on

        Yeah, I tend to agree… If I skip I might miss things like this:

        CH #94 @ 21:25
        Rodrigo: “You go up the stairs and you enter an ante-chamber of sorts”
        Matthew (out of character, bad Scottish accent): “Ye can’t mix chamber and ante-chamber! Me engines canna take the strain!”

        Pure gold!

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