22 Responses to “MC Frontalot's Critical Hit”

  1. dayna says:

    Posehn in a Frontalot video? Thank you, geek gods, thank you.

  2. Blaine says:

    MC Frontalot is not installed… ?

  3. benanov says:

    Can you please provide an .OGV or a .WEBM fallback for those of us using Firefox?

  4. The director might be able to do so — best bet would be to message at Vimeo.

  5.  I really like the font and design of the “Grammys and Groupies” module  captured the styling of early ’80’s AD&D products.

    And what could be more Nerdcore than playing original (don’t give me this “edition” crap) than playing AD&D in this day and age? I bet some people really do it, though.

  6. MrEricSir says:

    I demand more Frontalot/ytcracker collaborations! That one a while back was not enough.

  7. angstrom says:

    BB Exclusive !

    “Sorry.   The creator of this video has not given you permission to embed it on this domain.

    This is a Vimeo Plus feature.”


  8. Jake Bradbury says:

    I was just able to embed, I think it’s cool now.

  9. sstair says:

    I really love this video, and not just because I’m a contributor. It really catches Front’s sense of humor.

  10. Ryan Griffin says:

    Wait..he never rolled to CONFIRM the crits. WTF.

  11. Leafworth says:

    Awesome. Love the vintage D&D fonts and artwork tributes on the modules. I had to pause so I could read his equipment list when he crossed off the Potion of Charisma (+10). Hilarious!

  12. Crashproof says:

    It’s not bad, but “First World Problem” and “It Is Pitch Dark” and “Bizarro Genius Baby” are all better…

  13. Mister44 says:

    Pretty good, I just have to give it negative marks on the use of auto-tune alone.

  14. pdffs says:

    One more repetition of that auto-tune hook and I was going to murder someone.

  15. Garnett Schuyler says:

    I want to like this but he’s just so bad at rapping.


    I wanted to like it.  I really did.

  17. John Farrier says:

    That was excellent, especially the VH1 bit.

  18. Ryan Griffin says:

    ok…I call foul on this whole “AD&D is the best blah blah”…been playing since the 1978 blue box version, and 3.5 was hands down the pinnacle of the D&D universe. Thanks to Pathfinder, we can ignore all this silly 4.0 “We Want Your Money” version stuff. Yes, AD&D was great at the time, but so was Pong.

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