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The Legend Of Vox Machina - Season 1 LINK



The first season consists of twelve episodes,[6][7][8] the first ten of which were funded via a Kickstarter campaign. In November 2019, ahead of the series premiere, it was renewed by Amazon for a second season[9] which premiered on January 20, 2023.[10] On October 6, 2022, ahead of season two's premiere, Amazon renewed the series for a third season.[11][12]




The Legend of Vox Machina - Season 1


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The first two episodes of the series[18] depict "an all-new story about the seven-member Vox Machina team at D&D Level 7 on their first 'grown-up' mission, which occurs prior to Critical Role's first RPG show".[9] The series then adapts the Briarwood arc from the original web series,[14] "in which the Vox Machina crew avenge the murder of the rulers of the town of Whitestone and most of their offspring by the evil Lord and Lady Briarwood".[9] In the second season the series also adapts "other classic Vox Machina story arcs",[19] such as the Chroma Conclave arc.[20]


In November 2019, Amazon Studios announced that they had acquired the streaming rights to The Legend of Vox Machina, and had commissioned 14 additional episodes (two additional episodes for season 1 and a second season of 12 episodes).[9][37] The cast went with Amazon as it "gave them the most freedom" in developing the show such as keeping it as an adult animation project.[48] Ray, in an interview with Polygon, said "we lucked out with Amazon. There were other potential distributors that we were talking about that were more interested in making it maybe a children's show, or wanting to go a different direction, or [make it into a] more serious political fantasy, a la Game of Thrones".[48] The project was originally slated for release in late 2020; however, in June 2020, it was announced that the debut would be missed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[49][50][51] The release was delayed to 2022.[8]


A number of the Kickstarter tiers offered production credits.[30] Backers at the $2,500 and higher tiers were given a "crowd funding associate producer" credit in the end credits of the first ten episodes of season one. Those who pledged more than $20,000 were listed as "crowd funding executive producer".


An update posted to the Kickstarter campaign in 2019 assured backers they would have free access to the first season.[19][52][9] In January 2022, Critical Role announced that Kickstarter backers would have free early access to the first two episodes from January 25 to 27. To access the first season, Kickstarter backers would need either an Amazon Prime subscription or would need to register for a free trial of Amazon Prime.[53][54][55]


The first season premiered on January 28, 2022, on Amazon Prime Video;[8] the soundtrack for the first season premiered the same day digitally.[56] The second season premiered on January 20, 2023. As with the first season; the second season was released in batches of three episodes per week, for a total of twelve episodes.[10][12]


The first six out of twelve episodes of the first season were given to critics to review ahead of the series premiere. The first season of The Legend of Vox Machina received a generally positive response from critics.[58][59][60][61][62][63] On the review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, 100% of 30 critics' reviews are positive, with an average rating of 8.60/10. The website's consensus reads, "Fluidly animated and intelligently scripted, The Legend of Vox Machina is an addictive treat for fans of Dungeons & Dragons-style RPGs".[64] Multiple reviews highlighted the challenges in adapting the lengthy source material and that the show has some pacing issues, however, once it reaches the Briarwood arc the show takes off.[59][58][61][65] According to market research company Parrot Analytics, the first season was the most in-demand animated streaming television show in the first-quarter of 2022, and that the show had "17.9 times the average demand of all other U.S. series".[66]


Eric Francisco, for Inverse, compared the show to Avatar: The Last Airbender and Voltron in the way it conveys ideas; he stated that The Legend of Vox Machina "effortlessly turns complicated lore into broadly accessible ideas. Of minor consequence is there's not enough originality in Tal'Dorei itself [...]. That's not to say there isn't gravitas to Vox Machina; the story of Percy, the gunslinger who wrestles against his lust for revenge, is astonishing to witness. But the lines differentiating comedy and parody blurs too often, especially at how frequently the show flips its tones. Despite its sourcing from a long-running Twitch show, The Legend of Vox Machina stands as an accessible thing by itself. At its heart, Vox Machina is an action fantasy, only unusual in its marriage of Tolkien-lite settings and the lurid humor of a Deadpool comic book".[61] Cass Marshall, for Polygon, described the show as "a deeply indulgent story", "weirdly wholesome", and at times "frankly a little much".[60] Marshall wrote, "I love it. Critical Role's heart and good intentions overcame a lot of the initial problems with The Legend of Vox Machina, and by the time the season's major arc kicked off I was fully invested. The animation carries the plot quite well, albeit not perfectly. [...] This is D&D pulp at its best, and luckily, you don't need to delve into the rich canon of Critical Role and its associated projects".[60]


The Legend of Vox MachinaKey art for season oneStarringLaura BaileyTaliesin JaffeAshley JohnsonMatthew MercerLiam O'BrienMarisha RaySam RiegelTravis WillinghamTheme music byNeal Acree and Jason Charles MillerNo. of seasons3No. of episodes24 (through Season 2)Animation byTitmouseHosted onPrime VideoFirst aired 2022-01-28The Legend of Vox Machina is an animated series adapting the Vox Machina campaign funded via Kickstarter. It is produced by Critical Role Productions, Titmouse Inc., and Amazon Studios and released through Prime Video. The series will span at least three seasons: the first two have twelve episodes each while the number of episodes in the third season hasn't yet been revealed.[1] The first season premiered on January 28, 2022 through February 18, 2022, and was released weekly in batches of three episodes each on Fridays at midnight GMT (or UTC). The second season premiered January 20, 2023, also releasing weekly in three-episode batches through February 10, 2023.


The first season begins with Vox Machina facing Brimscythe, before adapting the Briarwoods arc. The main cast of Critical Role reprise their roles as their player characters, and Dungeon Master Matthew Mercer reprises his role as multiple non-player characters, most notably Sylas Briarwood and Trinket. The second season picks up with the attack of the Chroma Conclave on Emon and ends with the death of the black dragon Umbrasyl.


The first season of The Legend of Vox Machina spans twelve episodes, released in batches of three episodes over four weeks.[3] The season begins with a two-part episode following Vox Machina's pre-stream slaying of Brimscythe, then adapts their confrontation with Delilah and Sylas Briarwood in Whitestone during the second arc of Campaign One.


In a Kickstarter update, it was revealed that the first two episodes of the series would follow a new adventure within the canon of Vox Machina, falling in the timeline before Kraghammer and that the following episodes would complete the Briarwoods arc and move "into other classic Vox Machina story arcs as well."[13] However, the series instead ended up starting in Emon, with the storyline of Brimscythe. During a Q&A, art director Arthur Loftis mentioned that the series would consist of 10 episodes;[14] however, this was later changed to two seasons of twelve episodes each.


Season OneKey art for season oneStarringLaura BaileyTaliesin JaffeAshley JohnsonMatthew MercerLiam O'BrienMarisha RaySam RiegelTravis WillinghamTheme music byNeal Acree and Jason Charles MillerNo. of episodes12Animation byTitmouseHosted onPrime VideoFirst aired 2022-01-28Followed byThe Legend of Vox Machina, Season TwoThe first season of The Legend of Vox Machina begins with Vox Machina facing Brimscythe, before adapting the Briarwoods arc. The main cast of Critical Role reprise their roles as their player characters, and Dungeon Master Matthew Mercer reprises his role as multiple non-player characters, most notably Sylas Briarwood and Trinket.


The season begins with a two-part episode following Vox Machina's pre-stream slaying of Brimscythe, then adapts their confrontation with Delilah and Sylas Briarwood in Whitestone during the second arc of Campaign One. The season spans twelve episodes, released in batches of three episodes over four weeks,[1] beginning January 27, 2022.[2]


The Legend of Vox Machina is a must-watch series for Critters and fans of fantasy! It will drop its first three episodes onto Amazon Prime Video on January 28, 2022. It will then drop three episodes every Friday until the end of season one. I highly suggest taking the time to check it out and experiencing this epic adventure for yourself!


New details about The Legend of Vox Machina season 2 confirm storylines and character returns. Based on Critical Role's first Dungeons & Dragons campaign, The Legend of Vox Machina season 1 follows an unlikely band of heroes who kill a dragon to earn the acclaim of the King of Tal'Dorei. After encountering Lord and Lady Briarwood, who had stolen the ancestral homeland of one of their party members, Vox Machina eventually leads a revolt to take back the city of Whitestone and to enshrine their names in history forever. The end of The Legend of Vox Machina season 1 sees a band of dragons flying toward the king's palace, placing all their lives in danger. 041b061a72


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