The Re-Slayer's Take (series)

The Re-Slayer's Take
Created by
Special guest(s)
Theme music by""80s" Theme Song" by Chill Carrier
Produced by
Hosted on
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes6
First airedMay 20, 2024

The Re-Slayer's Take is an actual play podcast. The series is set in Exandria and follows the adventures of six mercenaries who have been rejected from the Slayer's Take. They form their own party, named The Re-Slayer's Take and fight monsters and other magical beings in Issylra.[1]

Premise[edit | edit source]

The series follows six mercenaries who have been rejected from the Slayer's Take. They instead form their own adventuring party, The Re-Slayer's Take, to kill creatures that have returned from the dead throughout Issylra and fight The Timberblight and its undead army.[1][2]

It is an audio actual play podcast intended for an all-ages demographic. Episodes are edited, rather than live-to-tape like Critical Role.[1][2]

Cast and crew[edit | edit source]

The main cast consists of:

The series will also feature guest players, including Christian Navarro, Sam Riegel, and Dominic Monaghan.[2]

Many non-player characters are also voiced by guest actors, including Hannah Fagerbakke, Matthew McCollum, and Dylan McCollum.

Crew[edit | edit source]

  • Created by Nick Williams & George Primavera
  • Produced by George Primavera, Nick Williams, and Kirby Winslow
  • Logo art by Jordyn Torrence
  • Character art by Elaine Tipping[3]
  • "80s" theme song by Chill Carrier
  • Additional music by Zach Carlson ("Famous Friend")

Episodes and production[edit | edit source]

Nick Williams and George Primavera first met Critical Role cast in February 2020, and then sometime later they were approached again by Sam Riegel who wanted to create something in Exandria specifically for his kids, whom he frequently used to retell the events of the main Critical Role campaigns episodes without the chilling details and crude jokes[4].

The Re-Slayer's Take premiered on May 20, 2024 with its first episode on podcast networks and its first three episodes on Beacon. Following episodes premiere on Beacon two weeks ahead of their regular release and without ads.[1]

References[edit | edit source]


  1. Logo, by Jordyn Torrence (source). This file is a copyrighted work. Its use in this article is asserted to qualify as fair use of the material under United States copyright law.