Tryst continues to deal out patience on the Wild Karrde, but can he maintain his sabacc face around an unexpected visitor? What will this array of idiots do next?


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9 comments on Episode Seventy Three

  1. DanicusRex says:

    Array of idiots.

    I gotta hand it to you, that was well-played.

  2. Tom Martin says:

    I loved it, but looking at Tryst’s character profile, shouldn’t his logic/emotion axis be the other way. I mean, the last couple of episodes he has not been logical at all…Joker logic doesn’t count. 🙂

    1. Kat Kuhl says:

      Oh the one on the site? Those are from when we first made the characters and I was getting info to Marian for the art portraits. I should take them down.

      1. Can we not just fix them instead?

        1. Kat Kuhl says:

          y’all should write character bios. Just TRY to get the boys to do 1 paragraph bios. I will give you a slice of this pie John made if you manage it.

  3. manspider says:


  4. JustPlainJim says:

    I hadn’t listened to Campaign since just after GenCon 2016. No reason, but life got busy. I’m finally catching up and this was my first episode coming back.
    I haven’t laugged this hard in months, and given what’s been going on in the world/US/life, I’ve desperately needed this kind of laughter.
    Thank you and the boys for helping to keep me sane (or what passes for it).

  5. Connorses says:

    I have never seen a player and GM fight this hard over something. It was hilarious, but it’s so painful. >_<

  6. Andrew says:

    Honestly, I usually love the back and forth and ridiculousness present in this kind of interaction, but it’s pretty stressful to watch the DM and the player fight like this.

    And honestly? I feel like what Tryst is trying to do is not out of character or actually all that unreasonable, so it doesn’t feel appropriate for the DM to be this adamant about throwing things in his way. I feel like it’s the DM’s responsibility to, at least the vast majority of the time, enable the players in their desires and in choosing the directions they want to take, rather than to stymie them.

    I still enjoy the show and this is nowhere near as stressful and frustrating as watching Tiberius and the rest of the party fight in early Critical Role, but it’s still a bummer.

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