Manage your spells in Dungeons and Dragons (D&D), with DLG Spellbook 5E!
Encountering a goblin infested dungeon, it’s the heat of the moment, you must now take on the arduous task of selecting a spell to destroy your enemy with!
The DLG Spellbook app can be used to manage all your spells from session to session.
- Track multiple characters across games!
- View your Spell DC, Spell to Hit and Maximum Prepared Spells
- See all 5E spells and the stats that go with them
- Manage your spell slots and track how many you have left
- Sort your spells based on what is prepared
- Customise 5E spells to your liking
- Create your own custom spells!
The app is the perfect supplement to your pen and paper Dungeons and Dragons (D&D) 5th Edition adventuring and will make managing your spells easy.
Critical updates with 64-bit support
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I love what it has so far. Would be cool to add custom spells or edit current ones for homebrews.
3-Stars because some of the spells are the wrong levels or non-existent.
Great Potential, A Few Flaws Though
I have downloaded the DLG inventory tracker for 5e and love how well it works and how it tracks all of my in game items and money across multiple characters. When I heard that the DLG Spellbook application was coming out, I was very excited. The people at DLG are great at what they do and make very interesting and easy to use applications. I bought the DLG Spellbook app for $3, and loaded it up. Upon opening, I named my new Spellbook, and opened it up to edit the spells inside. Unfortunately, the app crashed right after. I tried a few more times, but the app kept crashing. I really love the stuff that DLG does, and I hope that they can fix this bug soon. I can’t wait to see all that this app has to offer!
Once promising, but remains sloppy
Just like the fantastic DLG inventory app, the interface for this app looks amazing and works well. I had really high hopes for the app and wrote a 4-star initial review based on those hopes. Unfortunately, over time I have discovered a large number of errors that remain uncorrected (darkvision as a level 1 spell instead of 2, fireball at level 4 instead of 3, sleep as a cantrip instead of level 1, various other spell descriptions such as distance descriptions). I can’t rely on the app due to these accuracy issues. As a result, I regret this purchase. I will gladly update this review again if these issues are fixed because the bones are there for a nice app. Edit (May 2019): I downgraded this review further, to one star, because after six months the basic errors I identified in 2018 still remain uncorrected. I now assume that the app is no longer being supported. I’m bummed.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.