Our new YouTube channel! Also, Episode 20 – Return to the Blood of the Vine

We’ve got a pretty exciting few pieces of news today. First and foremost, Crit Faced is now also a YouTube channel! This has been our most requested feature since we began, so head over to our channel and subscribe, and check out a new animated version of our logo (provided by our author buddy, Ben Galley – thanks Ben!).

To celebrate, we’re hanging out over at Reddit DnD this weekend, asking people for suggestions for new monsters to feature in our warnings at the beginning of each episode – head on over and let us know what you’d like to hear next!

In this week’s episode, Kellin and Lord Talfryn return to the Blood of the Vine tavern. Without spoiling anything, I think the Crew is unanimous in saying that this is our favourite episode yet…

Episode 19 – Gone Shopping ALSO Phil has launched a new series!

Exciting news, Crit Faced Fans – Phil ‘Lord Talfryn’ Tucker has just launched the first book in a new fantasy series! Grab Death March now to find out what happens when Chris locks himself in a virtual reality game designed to kill him. Imagine playing D&D, but with your actual life on the line…

Back in Barovia, this week our heroes stock up on supplies before making their next move…

 

Don’t forget to check in next week for some big Crit Faced news…

Episode 14 – Escape from Death House PLUS a free story from Timandra!

It is the end of an era – the team finally escapes from the Death House. But, does everyone make it out in one piece?

As a bonus, our very own Timandra Whitecastle has a new novella released this month! Grab it today from your favourite Amazon store, or GET IT RIGHT NOW FOR FREE straight from Tim’s own website! Blood Witch is particularly exciting for Crit Faced fans, as the story begins in Master Sunna’s home city…

Episode 12 – Decsent into madness

You know that moment when you’ve stayed awake for just too long, or had too much to drink, and things start to get a little weird? This week, our heroes discover that excessive gloom can have that effect as well…