Software tools to help masters and players.
D&D Manager is an application for keeping track of Dungeons and Dragons characters, spells and their related properties including weapons, skills and feats. Also allows quick character creation and the creation of template characters. You can also run battles between the characters with special ability support, spells, including casting of summoning and ability changing spells, and one, two and multiple weapon attacks. Characters can also have one of the built in, or custom character classes and spells can also now belong to them. For more information, visit Matthew's Software.
This website offers a huge list of name generators, from dwarf and elf names to Transformers, Greek or German name. Also provides name generators for places like castles or caves.
Just start the program, and click on "Generate!". Lots of different names will come out. Because they are generated randomly, most of them will sound weird so you'll probably have to repeat the operation a couple of times before getting a good name. But this will only take seconds... Great program.
Roll20 is an easy-to-use virtual tabletop that lets you play D&D or Pathfinder RPG with your gaming group right away. With its super easy yet powerful tools, you'll be able to focus on what's really important: the game! It runs right in your Web browser, so there's nothing to download or configure. Just create an account, and you're good to go!
The Creator System is set up as a tool to help in the creation of maps and scenarios for roleplaying games such as Dungeons and Dragons, Pathfinder, GURPS, Star Wars, etc. You can use it to create simple side adventures or full campaigns. The software is totally free. - Thanks to The Creator System
This name generator will help you create fantasy names with pre-written tables just like magic item tables found in the Dungeon Master's Guide. Very easy to use and gives great results.
Hello Fry, it's a ... *[stops mid-sentence, throws a D20 and a D6]* pleasure to meet you. Gary Gygax voicing himself in "Anthology of Interest I" on Futurama TV show