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WHAT THE FUCK IS HAPPENING!? WHAT DID YOU JUST DO!?
Warning!! Spoilers ahead!!
This page contains major plot spoilers! If you have not seen up to
Episode 11 of A Crown of Candy, proceed at your own risk.



"Listen, Emily is one of the best D&D players in the world – endlessly creative, so fun to play with...she was also sent from hell to kill me." Brennan Lee Mulligan, Raising the Stakes (with Brian Murphy)

Emily Axford is a player in the Intrepid Heroes seasons of Dimension 20. She plays Fig Faeth in Fantasy High and Dimension 20 LIVE, Sofia Bicicleta in The Unsleeping City and The Unsleeping City: Chapter II, Princess Jet Rocks and Queen Saccharina of House Frostwhip in A Crown of Candy, and Sundry Sidney in A Starstruck Odyssey.

Career[]

In addition to Dimension 20, Emily is known as a former cast member at CollegeHumor. Emily has made appearances in recent CollegeHumor projects such as Um, Actually, Breaking News and Dimension 20. She has also played roles on the TruTV show Adam Ruins Everything. Emily also created, starred in, and wrote the POP series Hot Date along with Brian Murphy. She and Murph also cowrote the book HEY, U UP? (For a Serious Relationship): How to Turn Your Booty Call into Your Emergency Contact.

Emily is also a featured player in the Not Another DnD Podcast as Crick Elf Moonshine Cybin, Scourge Aasimar Onyx Lumiere, Vedalken Fia Boginya, and Halfling Tarragon Snakeroot across the podcast's various campaigns. She is also the DM for The Mavrus Chronicles.

Personal Life[]

Emily is married to Brian Murphy. Together they own four cats, Bruce, Bowie, Cirilla and Griz as well as look after multiple 'outdoor cats' including Stevie and her litter. .

In Part 1 of the Dimension 20 Live Fireside Chat, it was revealed that the entire D20 cast are living in different rooms in Emily and Murph's eccentric mansion, which contains amongst others, a selection of bathrooms, a ballroom, an arts and crafts room, a basement, a sub-basement, and a 'book well'.

In the Adventuring Academy episode featuring husband and co-player Brian Murphy, Brennan Lee Mulligan praised Emily on being incredibly fun and a creative player, while also being "sent from hell to kill me."

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