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  1. ELF

    Fantasia Archive

    Fantasia Archive is a newcomer on the campaign management front: https://fantasiaarchive.com/ The user interface reminds me of Notion. There is not much info available on the web site, visitors are probably expected to dive into their Discord. The related Patreon site tells a bit more:
  2. JohnnFour

    Flowchart app for RPG

  3. Lensman

    Campaign Logger vs OneNote Vs Evernote

    Hi all. I'm looking over the campaign logger and trying to figure out how it is going to be useful for me in my gaming setup. I'm also taking the WoA course which mentioned using software such as Evernote. I have access to One Note as part of the office suite, and I'm wondering what are the...
  4. ELF

    Game Master Engine

    Game Master Engine a mapping tool with some impressive 3D visuals: https://www.gamemasterengine.com/ GME is coming to Steam in March: https://store.steampowered.com/app/1451680/Game_Master_Engine/ An early access version is available at Itch.io: https://danthedm.itch.io/game-master-engine-pro...
  5. ELF


    LoreMaster is a visual campaign management tool currently in development: https://www.loremaster.io/
  6. ELF


    BattleMapp is an impressive-looking Patreon-supported freemium tool for creating 3D virtual battle maps: https://pixelbrushio.itch.io/battlemapp https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCu9Kbt8SDxI8fFpu9aqBtaA The service is still in beta, so some planned features are missing.
  7. ELF

    Black Cat Familiar

    Black Cat Familiar is a free, Windows-based helper utility for running D&D 5e games: https://blackcatfamiliar.org/ The software is actively developed and just received an update today: https://blackcatfamiliar.org/download
  8. JohnnFour

    Simple browser whiteboard

  9. ELF

    DnD Map Sketcher

    Dnd Map Sketcher is a a new online mapping tool for drawing isometric dungeon maps in the browser. Players can connect to the same session, seeing what the GM sees. https://danifm.itch.io/dnd-map-sketcher The tool is still heavily in development, but has already managed to bring something new...
  10. ELF

    Critical Zero

    Critical Zero, yet another roleplaying app, is currently kickstarting: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/criticalzero/crtitical-zero This is a strange one - there is a long list of features but not much concrete facts, just some zoomed-in UI details in the campaign video that looks like it...
  11. ELF

    Dungeon Map Doodler

    Quite like Dungeon Scrawl, Dungeon Map Doodler allows to draw dungeon maps directly in the browser. Also available are some art assets for furnishing the dungeon. https://dungeonmapdoodler.com/
  12. ELF

    Dungeon Scrawl

    Dungeon Scrawl is a neat, browser based dungeon map editor that produces maps with Dyson Logos style hatching: https://dungeonscrawl.com/
  13. JohnnFour


    Sly Flourish is testing out Notion.so for his campaign notes: https://twitter.com/SlyFlourish/status/1268512288077684737
  14. ELF


    Townscaper is more like a toy than a tool, and it's not out yet, even in early access. Still, it would be cool to use something like this with tabletop RPGs: https://store.steampowered.com/app/1291340/Townscaper/
  15. JohnnFour


    There's a whole bunch of virtual tabletops out there now. Use this thread to inventory them all.
  16. ELF

    Atlas Worlds

    Atlas Worlds is a newcomer in the campaign management field (currently Kickstarting). Their premise seems quite simple and the focus is on revealing campaign information to players piece by piece: https://atlasworlds.com/ But the tool has also some advanced functionality for handling the GM...
  17. ELF

    Don't Kill Your Party

    A new online service Don't Kill Your Party aims to simulate encounters in order to create a suitable challenge level to match the party: The site is currently accepting alpha testers: https://www.dontkillyourparty.com/alpha/signup
  18. JohnnFour

    Crafty Dice Online Mapper

    An interesting approach for building an online mapper: https://rollinitiative.netlify.com/home
  19. JohnnFour

    List of Digital GM Tools

    This list will start small and grow over time. Please share below what apps and sites you use to help your GMing. The goal here is to list only good tools — ones you'd give at least a 3 star rating to. Campaign Organization Campaign Logger => https://www.roleplayingtips.com/campaign-logger/...
  20. ELF

    Build Your Map

    BuildYourMap.com looks like it could be useful for organizing also RPG campaigns: http://www.buildyourmap.com/