Yes, often. Sadly, I just don't always have the 4hrs+ to watch so I'm way behind. I'm around to the COW episode, ep. 32 or something, Critical Role is a great think to Listen/watch while building planes and I recommend it. But remember these are Professionals and your gaming experiences may vary. almost always, the fun and bonds are the same.
OMG the cows!! I laughed so hard during that episode I'm all caught up but I never watch them live. I paid for Alpha to get the enhanced visuals and I always watch them while building. It's prefect because I don't actually have to watch and can just listen to the story since they're all such great voice actors and story tellers.
Critical Role is a great way to see what the game is about. If you think you might like D&D after watching, then do it.There's always a game going on near you. I like the old-school Face to Face version like they do (all in one room) however, It can be really hard to pull together enough regulars. It's one of the few ways as an adult that I've found to build bonds with people like we did in school.
I've just never felt like I had the time or gumption to really devote to something like this. I enjoy watching them but I prefer the hobbies I'm already a part of and just like experiencing their story through their broadcast game.
Whats wrong with Klingon? I think I still have the 6 disc set of the complete language in a box somewhere hehe. Found it at a yard sale long ago and picked it up for a few dollars. Never tried to learn it but always have the option hehe. Its a cool nerd piece to talk about at conventions and comic book / gaming stores. You would not believe the amount of people trying to talk me into selling it on the odd occasion it comes up in discussion.
I suppose that was a month ago and now you're fly-O-matic Too late to change it now. If I would have given myself a screen name after I flew, I would have been Built100ThingsThatDon'tFly. The engineer and builder are to blame. The Pilot, however, was perfect -NOT!
First I went for Kittenz - because I saw it written in a pet store window with the s backwards -I thought it was funny and a completely anonymous and random thing - then my wife saw it and said it was creepy and weird- so SheppO it had to be. An old nickname from college
It is the name of one of my Daughters with a hyphen inserted to appear more Asian in origin. Her second name is Mae which equates to Model Aircraft Engineering! So that is the name I label my products with for the local market!
She seems pleased to have a business named after her! Eventually it will most likely be left to her as my legacy if she wants it!