Second episode, still fun to watch.
I see, though, that Mercer is doing that thing where the DM takes over all the cool narration. Even when he gives the player a chance to add something (“How do you take out the ogre?”), he’s still the one that gets the final “performance” of what that looks like in the fiction.
I notice because I do this all the time and now make a point of trying to stop.
But I guess this is how D&D works. The books say that the players tell them DM what they do, and the DM says what happens.
Also: not nearly enough Ashley.