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Hoa's elvin swag thread! Got some questions on my outfit for the @CriticalRole #eso show!The dress & harness I heavily altered after finding them at a film wardrobe resale store called It's a Wrap!The dress has gold, red & orange painted/dyed throughout w/a train I attached.. 1/2
..to a bangle. The shoulder cape I made from a folded metal mask & scrap fabric, then sewed to the leather harness as an anchor. Ears are from @aradanistudios & are painted to match my skin tone.They attach w/a wire headband & spirit gum! Hope that's helpful for y'all #Critters!
Extra content: having to use pliers to sew through the damn leather harness 🤣
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Hey!

You guys wanna see something cool that almost no one has seen yet?

IT’S COOL.

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It’s only a bigass box of CRITICAL ROLE FIGURES FROM @wizkidsgames!

LOOK! #Critters. #CriticalRoll @CriticalRole Box is huge!

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Now, I am a sloooooow critter and have not made it this far in the podcast eps so I don’t know most of these, but MAN, the imagination and craftsmanship is impressive. They’re gorgeous.

Let’s look!

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My Facebook memories reminded me of this, three years ago. (Is that all?)
@c2e2 @matthewmercer #CriticalRole #Critters Image
This is one of those memories that will live forever in my mind as I met one of the kindest people I have ever known and the DM of the web series that changed my life in so many ways by not only literally saving it (severe suicidal ideations at the time)
but also giving me the inspiration to try things I thought were only to be dreams and the courage to achieve those dreams in ways I never thought possible.
In those three years I have gone from working at a job I absolutely hated (Amazon) to obtaining my MLIS degree,
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Hello, all. A lot of people have said very kind things to me about the #ComicWritersChallenge and I keep saying it was totally a team effort, but I hadn't yet had time to sit down and REALLY explain what that means in this case.

So I'm just going to quickly embarrass them.

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What happened was, I had a goofy, sloppy idea to challenge some writers friends to donate art they cherished to raise money for Black support organizations.

To give you an idea who smart I am, I got the name of the hashtag wrong in the very first thread.

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It was a good idea but like a lot of well-intentioned stuff it could have gone absolutely nowhere, it could have fizzled out entirely. I again want to thank people like @mrtonylee and @mguggenheim who jumped aboard right away, without hesitation.

But there was no structure.

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Real talk about @matthewmercer as a boss... He was awesome. Among the best I've had in any industry ever. This human truly puts his money where his mouth is. All parts of the deal were more than fair, but he also had regular check-ins and encouraged us to take big risks.
If you had an idea that wasn't quite working, Matt was there with honest feedback. He led by example, charging headfirst into the word mines. First person in. Last person out. I gave a lot of time and energy to this book, but it's nothing compared to what he poured into it.
Matt was GENEROUS beyond belief with his world. He allowed us to tell unique stories and never backed away from something because it was different, artistically edgy, or flat-out weird. He encouraged breaking from the status quo. This is what every creative wants.
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So, @VoiceOfOBrien’s @CriticalRole one-shot was my first time ever playing D&D. I’m grateful to Liam for asking me to guest. I loved all of it... and the 6th grader in my heart finally got to experience what is beloved by so many. There’s a story here, so welxome to THREAD: (1/9)
A while back, as #CriticalRole was taking off, I told @matthewmercer over lunch how inspiring it was to see so many people delighting in his storytelling, in everyone’s incredible role-playing, and in the game itself. He asked if I’d ever played. I said no. (2/9)
I’d always wanted to. But I wasn’t cool enough. Matt tilted his head a bit, and asked me to explain. A friend in 6th grade played D&D. She had an expansive imagination and a sense of adventure I admired, so I asked if I could play, too. But she said I wasn’t allowed. (3/9)
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