Disparate Pieces | Critical Role: THE MIGHTY NEIN | Episode 4


The party presents evidence of the devil toad’s corruption at a midnight trial, and Beau confronts an envoy from her past…

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30 thoughts on “Disparate Pieces | Critical Role: THE MIGHTY NEIN | Episode 4”

  1. bringing this back to the top because I am lazy:
    Sam Presents the DnD Beyond Awards 00:30

    Foreshadowing this episode’s rolls 4:45

    Episode Start 8:50

    No Respect for the Dead 14:30

    At level 2, you don’t kill kids, you just traumatize them 19:40

    A heartfelt apology 35:05

    Travis with unlimited Disguise Self is OP 37:30

    Jester, priestess of trickery 44:00

    Nott, trained rogue 47:40

    Caleb is the actual worst lawyer 1:11:10

    Yasha ran to get to the set of Blindspot, Fridays on NBC 1:14:50

    Yasha on the lam 1:24:50

    Nott and Jester Buddy Cop movie please 1:38:20

    This girl’s gonna be the final boss 1:43:20

    No comma 1:46:25

    This feels like an actual Monty Python sketch 1:49:05

    That 18 Wisdom score 1:50:20

    Beau is into ladies confirmed? 1:57:55

    Break Starts 2:00:02

    Break Ends 2:11:24

    I gotta use that sometime 2:19:30

    Old Man Matt 2:42:20

    Nott a German 2:50:05

    The Bathhouse Caper 2:54:15

    Map Hype 3:03:25

    …Spice? 3:15:30

    But why though? 3:33:50

    Yippee Kiyay 3:40:40

  2. I love that they have a full discussion on whether or not hot air balloons have been invented, but no one bats an eye when Taliesin says he'd like to stay "Off the radar".

  3. The guards and Norda are worse than Kylre. He was born of evil, because he was a fiend. Evil was in his nature. Whereas they keep making evil choices.
    Overall, so far in campaign 2, most of the NPCs are pretty bad people. Taliesin/Molly is right at 2:37:20.

    PS: and when the players encounter a rare good one, they rob, lie to, scare and/or bribe them! xD

  4. Bringing Flando timestamps back to the top

    Sam Presents the DnD Beyond Awards 00:30

    Foreshadowing this episode’s rolls 4:45

    Episode Start 8:50

    No Respect for the Dead 14:30

    At level 2, you don’t kill kids, you just traumatize them 19:40

    A heartfelt apology 35:05

    Travis with unlimited Disguise Self is OP 37:30

    Jester, priestess of trickery 44:00

    Nott, trained rogue 47:40

    Caleb is the actual worst lawyer 1:11:10

    Yasha ran to get to the set of Blindspot, Fridays on NBC 1:14:50

    Yasha on the lam 1:24:50

    Nott and Jester Buddy Cop movie please 1:38:20

    This girl’s gonna be the final boss 1:43:20

    No comma 1:46:25

    This feels like an actual Monty Python sketch 1:49:05

    That 18 Wisdom score 1:50:20

    Beau is into ladies confirmed? 1:57:55

    Break Starts 2:00:02

    Break Ends 2:11:24

    I gotta use that sometime 2:19:30

    Old Man Matt 2:42:20

    Nott a German 2:50:05

    The Bathhouse Caper 2:54:15

    Map Hype 3:03:25

    …Spice? 3:15:30

    But why though? 3:33:50

    Yippee Kiyay 3:40:40

  5. Feel free to look into why women have body hair and also look into how much women's razors cost versus men's also feel free to buy something the women's razors and men's razors or if you already have some compared the brand new ones and you'll find the women's razors are usually duller. That combined with the fact that women have to shave a larger percentage of their body and are statistically paid last means they have to work even more of their life to do that and then they have to spend in even larger percentage of their life shaving so basically it's a way of oppressing women without them actually realizing it… not to mention it's bad for the environment because it's a waste of resources to remove something from your body that has an evolutionary benefit and increase your likelihood of getting an infection just to look a certain way which well it makes you look like you haven't finished puberty or even started puberty which is absolutely disgusting

  6. I absolutely adore character driven episodes like this, with all of the little details as you get to know who they are.
    Also, I never thought I'd understand when people said they prefer this campaign to VM, I'm only 4 episodes in after just completing VM after a couple years and I am in love with these characters 😍

  7. This is my second time watching campaign 2. It is almost like having friends. I'm very thankful for these wonderful people.

  8. I love they just looked at Yasha and were like “I’m adopting this” and she barely got a say and Caleb is like that tired dad who just looks at the puppy his family adopted without his say and is just like “fine, I’m too tired to argue this” and let’s them have it.

  9. I love how Caleb is just a bloody FILTHEY man screaming “THERE IS A CIRCUS TOAD’S DECAPITATED HEAD AT THE DOCKS GO SEE IT”

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