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LISTEN: Critical Role Podcast – Where The River Goes (Campaign 2, Episode 15)
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LISTEN: Critical Role Podcast – Where The River Goes (Campaign 2, Episode 15)

For those of you who prefer to consume Critical Role in podcast form, or for those who may have missed it, the newest episode of Critical Role, “Where the River Goes“, is now available for download.

If you’re new to Critical Role, each week a group of talented voice actors embarks on a D&D adventure. Players Marisha RayTaliesin JaffeLiam O’BrienLaura BaileySam RiegelAshley Johnson, and Travis Willingham jump into the world created by fellow voice actor and GM Matt Mercer.

Heading down an underground river, the Mighty Nein explore a long-abandoned research facility, uncovering dangerous foes and even more dangerous secrets…

Episode Music Credits:

Battle Bards
Midnight Syndicate 
Platemail Games
Kevin McLeod
Pillars of Eternity – Obsidian Entertainment
World of Warcraft – Blizzard Entertainment
Elder Scrolls Series – Bethesda Entertainment
The Witcher Series – CD Projekt Red
Shadow of Mordor Series
And a huge thank you for all of our community music contributions!

Thanks to Archer Danger Island and D&D Beyond for sponsoring this episode of Critical Role Archer Danger Island is premiering on April 25th at 10pm on FXX! 

A special thanks to D&D Beyond for being a long time partner of Critical Role! Check out https://www.dndbeyond.com for all of your D&D digital toolset needs!  D&D Beyond is offering 25% off of their Legendary Bundle with discount code “826LA”.

If you’re looking to catch the action live, join us every Thursday on Alpha and Twitch at 7 PM PT. If you’re not already subscribed to Alpha, you can get a free 30-day trial at projectalpha.com.

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