Art by: @KIDWMA
Will: Just to break the ice a bit, how has your day been?
Cami Cat: My day has been alright! A little tired, but who isn’t this year? laughs
W: For those who do not know you, how would you describe your YouTube Channel and yourself?
CC: I think the best way describe it is I post what I like to do.
W: Allagesofgeek talks about a variety of fandoms. What would you say is your top three that you are a part of?
CC: Ok. Critical Role, but I enjoy things without being major part of fandoms
W: What is your favorite cover you have sung?
CC: Ok, I give a different answer every time. Welcome Home is a good one, so is Friend Like Me. I like doing different voices.
W: What is one song you would like to cover?
CC: This is hard laughs Maybe more of the forever alone covers.
W: What is your favorite original song that you have wrote?
CC: This one is a tie. I love Maw of the King and Lioness
W: Is the Jingle Bells parody based on a true event in a Campaign?
CC: Not entirely. There were definitely moments in the Campaign. I’m working of a few other songs about the Campaign.
W: What are some interesting things about your bard Danni?
CC: Danni is more of a follower than a leader. When she performs being a leader.
W: What is one D&D class you have not played yet, but you would like to play?
CC: Ooh, I think that I would be interested in playing Ranger. I have seen people bashing the ranger, but I have seen so many others playing Rangers.
W: What is the oddest character you have ever made?
CC: I think Kiriki would be the oddest. She’s a Tabaxi that sells goods out of a bag of holding that she made out of yarn. The only bag she has that she didn’t make is a bag that allows her to teleport to a random location.
W: What is your favorite memory from a D&D Campaign that you were part of?
CC: Oof ok, it was probably the giant sword. We dropped a giant’s sword with a force ball attached to the bottom, the sword was imbued with our Paladin’s Divine Smite, and we just dropped it 100 feet off a peguses onto a pirate ship.
W: What is your favorite thing about D&D?
CC: I love the storytelling potential, interactions between characters. I’m not much of a Dungeon Crawler.
W: In closing. What words of wisdom would you leave the reader with?
CC: No matter what the numbers are saying, keep doing what you are enjoying. The more you are enjoying doing something, the more people will flock to you.