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The Legend Of Vox Machina Season 2 - Episode 10


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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 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".