When you want to roll a natural 20 on gift-giving for your Dungeons & Dragons-obsessed friends, there’s no better place to look than here. We’ve compiled a list of the best gifts for fans, aka critters, of the Twitch show Critical Role. They are currently near the end of their second campaign, so this list contains gifts from both campaigns (Vox Machina and The Mighty Nein).
This Is How We Roll Art Print
Created by Ian MacDonald, this art print shows the Mighty Nein as they were near the beginning of the second campaign. It captures the energy of the chaotic party as they take a night off from saving the world in a familiar tavern cheered on by fellow patrons. This official giclee print is available either framed or unframed. It is 22.5 by 18 inches and will be an excellent addition to any fan’s wall.
While currently only available for pre-order, this Sideshow original Fjord statue measures an incredible 12 inches tall and 12 inches wide, with a 10-inch diameter. Their highly detailed figure includes the character’s signature armor, cloak of protection, and the holy sword Dwueth’var that he wields with pride. With the sword in one hand, his other arm outstretched to cast his famous Eldritch Blast spell; this figurine is great for anyone who adores Captain Tusktooth and his hijinks on the high seas.
While currently only available for pre-order, this Sideshow original Beau statue measures nearly 11 inches tall and 10 inches wide, with a nine-inch diameter. Her cobalt colors really pop pop against her dark skin. She brandishes her fist, ready to punch everyone and everything in her path, as well as her aptly named bo staff behind her. The designers took care to include more minor details like her goggles of night, scars, jewelry, and signature smirk at the thought of a fight.
This art book includes hundreds of pages of carefully chosen fanart from the community surrounding the show. This deluxe edition includes so much more than the artbook, though. Any fan would love the decorative box, a complete map of the Dwendalian Empire, a triptych style art print of the Fancy Nein, a flyer for the Fletching & Moondrop Traveling Carnival of Curiosities, an invitation to the Lavish Chateau, the technical blueprints for Veth’s Tinkertop Bolt Blaster 1000, Jester’s pamphlet on The Traveler, and sketches of Yasha’s numerous flowers.
When Critical Role began streaming, the friends’ intrepid characters had already been adventuring for a few years. To tell the stories of their pre-stream events, they have released a series of origin comics covering everything the audience missed. This book compiles the first two collections into a single book. This collection also includes new artwork and character sketches from the artists.
Jester Lavorre, the little blue tiefling cleric, is one of the fan favorites for cosplay. If your friend wants to dress up as Jester, give them the gift of complete cosplay. This costume includes earmuffs, a winter coat, gloves, leggings, and underwear. Note that this link does not include the wig, boots, horns, or weapon, but EZCosplay offers those accessories as well for the complete look. They also have Jester’s outfits from level 10 and level 1.
Liz Marsham tells the story of how Critical Role started with a bunch of nerdy-ass voice actors who like to sit around and play Dungeons & Dragons. She interviews each cast member to get their take on how they’re dealing with the sudden rise to stardom, inspiring the next generation of D&D players and what they’re hoping to do with their increasing influence.
Critical Role partnered with Funko Pop to release figurines of their campaign one characters, Vox Machina. Each figure has a famous quote written on the top of the box, along with the adorable chibi person inside. Keyleth, the archdruid Voice of The Tempest for the Air Ashari, stands proudly with her short red tresses flowing in an imaginary breeze. In one hand, the Spire of Conflux, in the other, a spell that’s about to kick your butt!
This definitive guidebook is a supplemental work published by Wizards of the Coast, the official owners of Dungeons & Dragons. With these rules, your friends can implement the world of Critical Role into their home games. Matthew Mercer included lore from the entire continent of Wildemount and the history of Exandria, so there are plenty of places and monsters to choose from when your friends ask, How do you want to do this?
Jumping off the success of the Vox Machina Origins comics, the team at Critical Role has started a new series chronicling the experiences of the members of their second campaign, The Mighty Nein, before the campaign began. Each comic will cover a different character’s backstory and delve into each person’s trials, and tribulations that shaped the person fans grew to love on stream.
This one thousand piece puzzle is a great present that is sure to entertain your friend for hours. The colors all blend in ways that make it a real challenge, even for experienced puzzlers. There is a corresponding Mighty Nein puzzle as well for fans of campaign two.
Caduceus Clay, the firbolg cleric of Melora, is full of wisdom, and often his comments are deep and profound. Other times, they are terribly relatable. This mug depicts the infamous moment when he fell into a bog for the second time in a row. The Help It’s Again mug is the perfect thing for fans of the show, especially people who aren’t huge fans of waking up in the morning.
Created by Steamforged Games, this complete set of Vox Machina minis includes eight characters from the beloved show Critical Role. Although there are only seven players, the eighth piece is the unforgettable pet grizzly bear Trinket, clad in his full suit of armor. Each mini is pre-assembled and unpainted so that your friends can enjoy the peaceful art of painting minis. Give Percy the purple hair he so richly deserves. Or, paint them to look like anyone you want.
Munchkin, the role-playing card game, teamed up with Critical Role to produce a Mighty Nein-themed adventure. Use traditional Munchkin rules as you traverse dangerous dungeons, fight monsters, collect magical treasure, and level up your characters. The event cards include new events and ones that fans will recognize from happening on the show through level 10 of the second campaign. Can you survive plunging into the depths after Uk’atoa’s cloven crystals? Or having three members kidnapped by the Iron Shepherds? Find out with this officially licensed card game.
Though she didn’t stick around for very long, all fans of the show remember Kiri the little kenku fondly. The Mighty Nein found her in a swamp after she’d been separated from her family. Despite the kenku’s inability to say anything that hadn’t already been said to her, Matthew Mercer played her well into every fan and player’s heart. Last we saw, she’d been given to an adoptive family in Hupperdook. This plushie is made of Minky and is nearly a foot tall. The perfect size to cuddle during tense moments on stream.
Created by the artist FreckledCosmos, these Mighty Nein stickers each depict a different member of the Mighty Nein during their first appearances. As a note, Mollymauk does have his own sticker, as does Nott the Brave. Veth Brenatto is omitted. Each sticker is approximately three inches in diameter and made on kiss-cut vinyl sticker paper. You can either buy one individual character or buy the entire set of characters at once in a bundle.
These handmade enamel pins each represent one of the Mighty Nein characters from campaign two. Though none of the characters’ faces or names are present, it is easy to identify the character from their signature items. Caleb’s beloved Frumpkin is his pin, a cup of tea represents Caduceus, and so on. Each pin is approximately two inches in diameter.
Critical Role prides itself on producing comfy, long-lasting apparel perfect for their fans to show off their love of the show. This three-pack of crew cut socks includes a pair with the Critical Role logo, the Vox Machina logo, and the Mighty Nein logo. They are made to be one size fits all, so you don’t have to worry about knowing your friend’s shoe size before buying.
The Critical Role version of rock, paper, scissors, boulder, parchment, shears has long been a fun inside joke within the fandom. Recently, the characters discovered that three-way boulder, parchment, shears often ends in a tie and is not a good way to decide anything. Despite this apparent setback, the Mighty Nein declared that threeway was the only way to go and insist on whipping out this game whenever they need to figure who is going down the spooky hallway first. This tee shirt encapsulates the chaos of their wacky group with a bright yellow background.
You may not have the Cone of Clarity, but you can certainly try to roll with advantage with these snazzy dice. Made by Die Hard Dice, these purple and pink glittery dice will let you channel the exuberant charisma of Sam Riegel’s bard from campaign one. The set includes a d4, d6, d8, d10, d12, d20, and percentile dice. On the d20, the 20 side is marked with two musical notes. The set comes in its own purple leather dice bag so that you can keep your dice safely put away when you aren’t in the middle of a game.
This lavender bathrobe is embossed with the logo for Gilmore’s Glorious Goods, the favored shop of Vox Machina. Their sorcerer friend, and sometimes love-interest, Shaun Gilmore, owns the chain and he would definitely approve of this hooded robe made from polyester fleece. It comes in various sizes and is the perfect way to complete a lazy day spent curled up on the couch, catching up on Critical Role episodes.
This hooded cloak can function beautifully as a casual hoodie for chilly days. Based on the Vox Machina character Vax’ildan from the first campaign, it features multiple essential aspects of his character in silver. From his famous three daggers on the lapel to the phrase he often repeated to his twin sister, “Do not go far from me,” any fan of Vax is sure to love this cloak. On the back, shiny silver wings catch the light. The sleeves have holes at the ends to insert your thumbs into to complete the look.
In a perfect pairing with the glorious bathrobe or on their own, these Critical Role pajamas are a fun outfit to sleep in or spend a lazy day in. They range from sizes XS to 6XL, so you’re sure to find the right fit for your loved one. The raglan top features the Critical Role logo and has ¾ length sleeves. The charming periwinkle pants have a variety of doodles to represent essential characters from campaigns one and two.
If you know a critter who likes to work up a sweat improving their abs, or showing off their arms, they’ll love this tank top. Inspired by the monk Beauregard, this Swoleregard tank top comes in a beautiful cobalt blue. Beau’s player Marisha Ray often espouses the view that “sleeves are bullshit,” and if your friend feels the same way, this tank top is a fantastic way to motivate everyone around to work hard.
Sometimes fans want to represent their fandom without cheesy outfits or anything too prominent. If you have a low-key loved one who enjoys Critical Role, we recommend this awesome Tal’Dorei Republic snapback hat. With a light grey color and a black brim, it’s sure to go with any casual outfit. It has a flat visor and comes in one size that fits most adults.
When your loved ones want to let chaos reign, get them a Traveler Con hoodie to celebrate. Though the Traveler might not be a real god, he’s pretty good at making cults. So, why not join him? He’s lots of fun! The hoodie has an art print on the back and the Critical Role logo on the front. This green hoodie is the perfect top for anyone planning to head over to Rumblecusp and join the party. It comes in sizes XS to 3XL.
The Invulnerable Vagrant, the preferred store of the Mighty Nein in campaign two, finally gets some representation with this green tee shirt. Pumat Sol runs the store with his three simulacrums so you can be sure that all of his customers receive the best service possible. Respectfully, we think this shirt is a fantastic gift that you should definitely buy the next time you shop for a Critical Role fan.
Though the Wizards of the Coast trademarked the name Vecna, that’s who is represented with this darkly arcane shirt. Vecna, or The Whispered One, was the main enemy from campaign one when he ascended to godhood and attempted to wreak destruction upon the realms of Exandria. Vox Machina bravely stood up to the new god and defeated him, at a high cost to themselves. This shirt has the symbol of Vecna, a human skull with flames rising from the left eye socket, and the Critical Role logo inside of its gaping maw.
This complete map was created by Deven Rue, the official cartographer for Critical Role. Although Tal’Dorei hasn’t been visited much during campaign two, Vox Machina spent the majority of their days on this continent, exploring every corner. Who knows what the next campaign will bring? Let your friends follow along with the show by checking out this map or framing it as a great piece of art decor. The map is two feet by two feet and printed on card stock with an ancient parchment touch.
Caleb Widogast has lovingly pet his beloved fey cat Frumpkin throughout the entirety of campaign two. The long-suffering cat has had to endure unthinkable indignities, teasing and was once kicked to death by a cruel guard. Treasure the good times by snuggling with this adorable officially licensed plushie version so that you’ll always have this Bengal cat by your side. Frumpkin’s collar features a metal tag bearing the Critical Role logo, and he is about eight inches tall.
For people who like to haggle down every price in their D&D games, this Critical Role wallet is the perfect gift. The doodles around the wallet represent beloved characters from both campaigns, and the pockets inside keep your credit cards organized. The wallet also includes a flying broom license for one Vex’ahlia, but we don’t think anyone will look too closely. Just wink at them, smile, and call them Darling.
This fabulous dice scroll is based on the Dunamancy spell Fortune’s Favor, a homebrew creation by Matthew Mercer. You can keep the scroll rolled up and secured when it needs to be out of the way or unrolled to protect nice tables from being scratched by repeated dice rolling. The faux leather feels just like you’d expect an ancient scroll to feel like and no animals were harmed in the making. One of the cast members, Taliesin Jaffe, sketched and developed this dice scroll. Both sides of the scroll also have long pouches, which are perfect for holding your favorite set of dice for easy and convenient storage.
No matter what your friend likes to doodle or note down during D&D sessions, this notebook is a fantastic place for all of their drawing needs. A Captain Tusktooth charm adorns the leather strap that keeps the book shut and away from prying eyes. It contains 100 pages of unlined paper and is made of high-quality leather with copper finishings. There’s also a pocket inside the front cover for any loose items that they might want to keep with their drawings, like stickers or pressed flowers.
This 3.3’ by 5’ blanket made of soft Minky is the perfect thing to curl up with when your loved one wants to enjoy a break from the real world. The map of Tal’Dorei adorns both sides of the blanket so they can double-check where the characters are going next if they’re rewatching campaign one. Your friend can fold it so that the sepia side is showing or the side in glorious technicolor, depending on their mood.
Sam Riegel has continued to beat the tired joke of drinking from a flask throughout all 139 episodes of campaign two and shows no signs of stopping. His character, Nott the Brave, aka Veth Brenatto, began the campaign as an alcoholic and has taken steps throughout the years to lessen her dependency on liquor. Riegel frequently employs the giant flask in his running gags outside of the narrative, taping a new picture on the outside every week. Each Thursday, fans eagerly await his new flask picture. Why not get a fan their own flask to toast Riegel’s jokes (or drink to drown out the groaners?)
Laura Bailey’s campaign two character, Jester, is inordinately fond of all things cutesy and unicorn. This hoodie celebrates both with a pink background and a rainbow shiny unicorn horn on the hood, as well as small ears. Just tell your loved one to handwash this hoodie to keep the horn looking beautiful and bright. It has a convenient kangaroo pouch in the front. It comes in children’s sizes and adult sizes because you’re never too old to be a unicorn!