Curious what the community here thinks about this:https://www.polygon.com/2019/3/11/18256668/critical-role-kickstarter-animated
In short, the Critical Role D&D actual-play series has raised $6.95 million for an animated adaptation of their campaign – in less than 10 days. That puts them in the top 10 film & TV Kickstarters ever, and eclipses pretty much every other tabletop rpg related Kickstarter by a long shot.
The article goes into some of the issues this raises, but I imagine folks on here have some deeper insights/comments. I know Critical Role has come up before, but this is a whole other level, imo. (Personally, I love actual play podcasts, but have never heard/watched Critical Role).