Critical Roles’ The Legend of Vox Machina has brought some big guest stars on board for its first season, including David Tennant, Stephanie Beatriz and Tony Hale, who will all lend their voices.

Tennant will bring General Krieg to life, while Beatriz will voice Lady Kima and Hale will take on Sir Fince in Prime Video’s upcoming animated series, based on the popular D&D web series by Critical Role. Other members of the Council of Emon include Felicia Day as Emon’s Captain, Khary Payton as Sovereign Uriel Tal’Dorei, and Indira Varma as Lady Allura Vysoren.

They are joined by several other supporting players including Dominic Monaghan as Archibald Desnay, Gina Torres as Keeper Yennen, Sunil Malhotra as Gilmore, Stephen Root as Professor Anders, Gray Griffin as Delilah Briarwood, Rory McCann as Duke Vedmire, Kelly Hu as Dr Anna Ripley and Darin De Paul as Kerrion Stonefell.

Rounding out the season one guest stars are Anjali Bhimani as Head Cleric, Eugene Byrd as Jarrett, Esmé Creed-Miles as Cassandra de Rolo, Bobby Hall aka Logic as Palace Guard, Max Mittelman as Desmond, Mason Alexander Park as the Tavern Keeper, Stacey Raymond as Bryn and Tracie Thoms as Everlight.

The core cast of Critical Role players from the live-streamed TTRPG series will reprise their D&D characters for the animated show, with Laura Bailey, Taliesin Jaffe, Ashley Johnson, Liam O’Brien, Marisha Ray, Sam Riegel and Travis Willingham returning theirs Roles alongside Matthew Mercer, who will voice Sylas Briarwood and several supporting characters.

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The Legend of Vox Machina was originally intended to be an animated special, but the record-breaking Kickstarter fundraiser grew so large that the special also grew into an animated series, which was later picked up by Amazon. IGN previously spoke to some of the Critical Role cast members about Kickstarter’s impressive success and their excitement about the adaptation.

Season 1 of The Legend of Vox Machina will premiere on Prime Video on January 28, with three episodes releasing each week for four weeks. Amazon ordered two seasons of the animated series ahead of the show’s launch, meaning another 12 episodes will arrive at a later date to fulfill the second season.

Adele Ankers-Range is a freelance writer for IGN. Follow her on Twitter.





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