674 since January 19, 2016
A framework tool to use with Maptool (1.4.0) that makes playing AD&D (1e or 2e) on a virtual tabletop simple. Allows the players to create character sheets that can store spells, various attacks, and equipment for ease of play. Allows the DM to have a vast collection of creatures, spells and notes, and quickly initialized tokens for gameplay.
Features for DMs
- Token initialization, generates creatures attacks, HP and saves, and creates series of macros to use from the token
- Database for monsters and NPCs
- Database for journal entries
- Database for spells
- Database for skills, weapon proficiencies, and non-weapon proficiencies
- Database for inventory items (equipment)
- Teleport players (tokens) around the map or to different maps fairly easily
- Initiative macro system that follows AD&D 2e rules
- NPC macros to easily check saves, ability tests, adjust hit points, memorize spells, roll initiative
- Campaign settings such as hiding NPC attacks, saves and checks from players, hide PC checks and saves from the PC. Enable/disable fumble/crit. etc.
- Macros to add to party or individual experience and grant to players
Features for players
- Character sheet that allows the player to maintain updates easily in game
- Sheet macros for saves and HP adjustments, initiative, attacks, inventory management, spellbook and spell casting, journals and dice rolls
- Dialog windows for easy viewing of commonly needed information for the player
- Information boxes in chat to easily see results of macros (attacks, skill checks, saves, etc.)
DM Tutorial on how to use the framework
Part 2 (Updates)
PC tutorial, mostly just covers how to use the character sheet
Brief video on how to optimally setup the layout for Maptool when using the framework as a player
If you have questions or issues, feel free to post them in this forum thread on rptools.net.
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