Critical Role’s Shocking Throuple Twist Has Fans Absolutely Giddy

Critical Role Fans Flip As Bells Hells' First Romance Becomes Canon

The following contains spoilers for Critical Role Campaign 3, Episode 58, now available on Twitch.

Critical Role‘s latest episode nearly ended with a bang as the three characters’ romance became canon, at least for a one-off.

After exploring Molaesmyr and preparing to attempt to return to Marquet, Travis Willingham’s Chetney, Ashley Johnson’s Fearne and Aabria Iyengar’s Deanna decided to enjoy each other’s company. With the threat of something dire happening to them at any time, the throuple engaged in a surprise threesome that caused fans online to react with giddy enthusiasm.


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Iyengar joined the Critical Role cast several episodes ago alongside Christian Navarro, revealing her character Deanna as one of Chetney’s previously mentioned exes. Despite two hundred years passing and her own failed marriage and centries’-long temporary death, Deanna continued to harbor feelings for the now-werewolf gnome. However, she and Chetney’s fellow Bells Hells member Fearne also developed a flirtatious rapport. Deanna also clocked a similar tension between Chetney and Fearne, leading to an ongoing romantic triangle for the last half a dozen episodes. However, the three found a solution as they became romantically entangled together.

Critical Role’s Bells Hells Pairings Become Canon

Chetney, Deanna and Fearne aren’t the only romance to spark since Dungeon Master Matthew Mercer split Bells Hells during the actual play’s anniversary episode. Navarro’s aeromaton character, F.R.I.D.A., quickly began to pursue Sam Riegel’s robotic F.C.G. after meeting following the party split. Fans reacted with similar enthusiasm when F.R.I.D.A. kissed F.C.G., marking Bells Hells’ first canon romance of the campaign.

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Critical Role’s New TTRPG System and Candela Obscura

Outside of Campaign 3 and Bells Hells, Critical Role recently announced the creation of two D&D alternatives on the TTRPG stage; the first, Illuminated Worlds, uses a D6 system for shorter campaigns designed around character-driven arcs. Another, Daggerheart, similarly focuses on character development for story progression and suits long-form campaigns like Dungeons & Dragons.

Using Illuminated Worlds, Critical Role‘s next show, Candela Obscura, will be a horror-themed series that airs on the last Thursday of every month. The press release synopsis described it as “an ongoing monthly horror drama that follows an esoteric order of investigators as they use centuries of knowledge to fight back a mysterious source of corruption and bleed. At the beginning of each episode, an inciting incident occurs, prompting a team, or circle, of investigators to uncover and solve the mystery at hand and the series was designed so that viewers and listeners can pick up at any point.”

Critical Role airs Campaign 3 on the first three Thursdays of every month at 7 PM PST on Twitch and YouTube.

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