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Jocks Machina Returns in D&D’s Stream of Many Eyes This June
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Jocks Machina Returns in D&D’s Stream of Many Eyes This June

Critical Role is Geek & Sundry’s live Dungeons & Dragons show, featuring Dungeon Master Matthew Mercer and his troupe of fellow voice actors. Catch them every Thursday night at 7:00 PM PT on the Geek & Sundry Twitch channel and on Alpha.

Last year’s Stream of Annihilation not only introduced a major Dungeons & Dragons storyline for 2017, Tomb of Annihilation, but also brought together some of the most passionate and talented players and dungeon masters from around the world.

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Wizards of the Coast is at it again, this time hosting the Stream of Many Eyes this June in Los Angeles. And once again, some familiar faces will be attending: Critical Role‘s Matthew Mercer, Travis Willingham, and guest player Joe Manganiello, as well as Geek & Sundry’s own Satine Phoenix. (We also hear a wild Ivan Van Norman may appear.)

And best of all… You can be there, too.

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Dungeons & Dragons fans are invited to watch the games live in person this year. Tickets are on sale now, including seats for a very special event…

The Return of Jocks Machina

Arkhan (Joe Manganiello) and Grog Strongjaw (Travis Willingham) will be teaming up in this one-of-a-kind “ALL-STAR, ALL-TANK” adventure with D&D Creative Director Mike Mearls at the helm.

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Catch the tanks in action on June 3 at 5:15 PM Pacific time.

Keep your many eyes on the Dungeons & Dragons Twitter for more information about players and games at the Stream of Many Eyes.

More Dungeons & Dragons Goodness!

 

Featured Photo: Chris Lockey

Photos: Geek & Sundry, Kelly Knox, and Wizards of the Coast

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