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* In episode 10, after S'lethkk pulls off the highest damage roll seen in the campaign yet, Yuri yells "Enchantment!"--the catch phrase of Sandal Feddic (whom he voices), an IdiotSavant from the ''Franchise/DragonAge'' series who mysteriously manages to repeatedly perform feats of incredible badassitude (like slaughtering an entire company of Darkspawn by himself or snap-freezing an ogre mid-charge) despite being barely able to look after himself.

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* In episode 10, after S'lethkk pulls off the highest damage roll seen in the campaign yet, Yuri yells "Enchantment!"--the "Enchantment!", which is the catch phrase of Sandal Feddic (whom he voices), an Feddic--an IdiotSavant from the ''Franchise/DragonAge'' series whom he also voices and who mysteriously manages to repeatedly perform repeated feats of incredible badassitude (like slaughtering an entire company of Darkspawn by himself or snap-freezing an ogre mid-charge) despite being barely able to look after himself.


* In episode 10, S'lethkk pulls off the highest damage roll seen in the campaign yet, Yuri yells "Enchantment!"--the catch phrase of Sandal Feddic (whom he voices), an IdiotSavant from the ''Franchise/DragonAge'' series who mysteriously manages to repeatedly perform feats of incredible badassitude (like slaughtering an entire company of Darkspawn by himself or snap-freezing an ogre mid-charge) despite being barely able to look after himself.

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* In episode 10, after S'lethkk pulls off the highest damage roll seen in the campaign yet, Yuri yells "Enchantment!"--the catch phrase of Sandal Feddic (whom he voices), an IdiotSavant from the ''Franchise/DragonAge'' series who mysteriously manages to repeatedly perform feats of incredible badassitude (like slaughtering an entire company of Darkspawn by himself or snap-freezing an ogre mid-charge) despite being barely able to look after himself.


* Before entering the Tomb of the Prophet, Yuri compares it to entering the ''TabletopGame/TombOfHorrors''.

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* Before entering the Tomb of the Prophet, Yuri compares it to entering the ''TabletopGame/TombOfHorrors''. [[spoiler:Funny he should say that, considering how the trick Prophet Dhawan uses to escape after being seemingly defeated is very similar to what Acererak does at the end of ''Return to the Tomb of Horrors''...]]

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* Before entering the Tomb of the Prophet, Yuri compares it to entering the ''TabletopGame/TombOfHorrors''.


* In episode 10, S'lethkk pulls off the highest damage roll seen in the campaign yet, Yuri yells "Enchantment!"--the catch phrase of Sandal Feddic, an IdiotSavant from the ''Franchise/DragonAge'' series who mysteriously manages to repeatedly perform feats of incredible badassitude (like slaughtering an entire company of Darkspawn by himself or snap-freezing an ogre mid-charge) despite being barely able to look after himself.

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* In episode 10, S'lethkk pulls off the highest damage roll seen in the campaign yet, Yuri yells "Enchantment!"--the catch phrase of Sandal Feddic, Feddic (whom he voices), an IdiotSavant from the ''Franchise/DragonAge'' series who mysteriously manages to repeatedly perform feats of incredible badassitude (like slaughtering an entire company of Darkspawn by himself or snap-freezing an ogre mid-charge) despite being barely able to look after himself.

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* In episode 10, S'lethkk pulls off the highest damage roll seen in the campaign yet, Yuri yells "Enchantment!"--the catch phrase of Sandal Feddic, an IdiotSavant from the ''Franchise/DragonAge'' series who mysteriously manages to repeatedly perform feats of incredible badassitude (like slaughtering an entire company of Darkspawn by himself or snap-freezing an ogre mid-charge) despite being barely able to look after himself.

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* In episode 10, after the party begins pondering non-violent approaches, Wil drops a shout-out to [[VideoGame/MetalGearSolid Solid Snake]].


* During a fight scene where many things go wrong, one of the players bemoans that they're Film/{{the Apple Dumpling Gang}} of adventuring parties. Wil responds that he sees them more as Film/{{the Bad News Bears}}.

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* During a fight scene in episode 5 where many things go wrong, one of the players bemoans that they're Film/{{the Apple Dumpling Gang}} of adventuring parties. Wil responds that he sees them more as Film/{{the Bad News Bears}}. In episode 8, Alison compares the party to [[WesternAnimation/RudolphTheRedNosedReindeer the Island of Misfit Toys]], and Wil is obliged to state for the record that they are not, in fact, Film/{{the Goonies}}.


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* In episode 8, the party encounters an artifact which Wil tells them is black, or blue-black depending on how the light hits it. Laura jokes that in the right light it's [[http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/thedress-what-color-is-this-dress white and gold]].

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* In episode 8, [[WebVideo/CriticalRole Laura lights up upon a mention of trinkets]].

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* Surprisingly, there was ''no'' acid pit (see above) or even a reference to one when the party explored the foyer of the Reed Mansion. However, if viewer comments are anything to go by, a lot of fans were expecting it, anyway.


* In chapter seven, Ronceval the Teddy Bear urges the party to [[WebVideo/{{Tabletop}} play more games]]. A bit later, Hank drops a reference to Music/PaulAndStorm's [[AGoodNameForARockBand cover band name]] avalanche from the ''TabletopGame/ChezGeek'' episode of ''Tabletop''.

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* In chapter seven, Ronceval Runcible the Teddy Bear urges the party to [[WebVideo/{{Tabletop}} play more games]]. A bit later, Hank drops a reference to Music/PaulAndStorm's [[AGoodNameForARockBand cover band name]] avalanche from the ''TabletopGame/ChezGeek'' episode of ''Tabletop''. The chapter also includes a cameo appearance by ''Tabletop''[='s=] owlbear mascot, in the illustration of a garden full of rare and exotic birds.
* When the party ride to Mount Moonperch, Wil describes one of the mounts by reference to the lizard-like mount ridden by Ookla the Mok in ''WesternAnimation/ThundarrTheBarbarian''.


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* Wil describes the creature the party fights in episode 7 as making the same noise as a particular monster from ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDoo''.

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* The SadisticChoice Wil pushes on Lemley in episode 7 may be a subtle reference to the last ''WebVideo/AcquisitionsIncorporated'' episode he appeared in, where he didn't roll well enough to pull another player out of an acid pit and the DM made him decide whether he drops his friend back into the acid or falls into it himself.

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* In chapter seven, Ronceval the Teddy Bear urges the party to [[WebVideo/{{Tabletop}} play more games]]. A bit later, Hank drops a reference to Music/PaulAndStorm's [[AGoodNameForARockBand cover band name]] avalanche from the ''TabletopGame/ChezGeek'' episode of ''Tabletop''.


** And earlier in the same episode: [[Film/{{Airplane}} "I guess I picked the wrong day to start drinking."

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** And earlier in the same episode: [[Film/{{Airplane}} "I guess I picked the wrong day to start drinking.""]]

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** And earlier in the same episode: [[Film/{{Airplane}} "I guess I picked the wrong day to start drinking."
* Kiliel when they're sent to save the brewery from Hellions: [[Series/{{Heroes}} "Save the beer, save the world"]]

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