Adventurers! Track your 3.5 and Pathfinder characters this digital character sheet. This app will serve as a replacement for your character sheets. It keeps track of nearly everything you need to play your RPG, and includes a dice roller for quick and easy rolls with all the math done for you.
- Keep track of all the necessary numbers: HP, XP, spell slots, etc...
- Quickly access all of your important numbers like defenses, saves, abilities, skills, etc...
- Spellbook lets you scroll thru all of your spells and mark your prepared and used ones
- Equip weapons, armor, and gear
- Does the dice rolls for everything from saves, skills, attacks, and damage,
- Dice roller lets you input any formula to roll
- Notes section to log your adventure
- Rulebook lets you import spells from the web
- Setup your character in just minutes
Please send any comments, suggestions, or bugs you find to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you very much.
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Stylish and Well-Featured
Let me not muddy the waters by pointing out a good point, then countering it with a nitpick. Let’s keep it simple: pros and cons.
The interface is beautiful. That may not seem like much, but in the face of successful (but frankly ugly) systems like Hero Lab and RPG Scribe, sometimes a look that seduces the pupils is a welcome break.
The Compendium has basic information of use to players and GMs, and is easily accessible. This is no small thing; in systems as deep and detailed as Pathfinder and 5e, having to delve into the books is inelegant.
Price point: this is a good value for the investment. Good support, good functionality, great design.
There are others, but let’s keep it short.
I mentioned the complexity of the systems. Hero Lab will do the majority of the work figuring the modifiers and options... for a price. And an interface with all the style and charm of an IRS report form. Not so much with Fight Club. Be prepared to do a fair bit of typing (or cut-and-paste) for any character of a non-vanilla nature.
Be prepared to think for yourself. It is no difficult thing to input data incorrectly and have a marginally useless character sheet; to be fair, however, Fight Club has resources which, if followed, will prevent problems down the line. The only reason I list this as a con is that not everyone RTFM.
I highly recommend it.
Thanks for listening, Lion’s Den!
EDIT: After the update I can now create and roll for companion creatures seamlessly from the character sheet. I appreciate the willingness of the devs to listen to feedback.
I LOVE this app. The design is beautiful in its simplicity and it makes dice rolls simple with a touch of your finger, no math after you've smoothed out all your stats. My favorite aspects of this app are the note-taking capability and adding snazzy photos of your characters. I add my characters manually and don't have much use for the compendium, so I can't comment on how much information it has or how updated it is. There is one small annoyance I have, and that is with adding companions. Most of my characters have familiars/summons/pets and I would like to be able to create, edit and roll them from the main character's sheet. I have a ton of pets I have to scroll through on the home page. Every time I want to roll a skill with a pet, I have to back out of my character's sheet to find the pet's sheet, and vice versa. I wish I could click on the pet after I've linked it with its owner to open up the proper sheet, like I can with Fight Club 5. Just a small tweak, but it would increase my rating to 5 stars. Thank you for making an ALMOST PERFECT app!
Everyone who plays d&d should have this app handy. It has room for improvement, but I love this app.
It’s easier to find sources with the compendium, and rule book. It’s easy to roll for things if you forget your die( like I occasionally do). It’s so easy to make a character and put a picture to it. I love that.
It’s easy to learn how to navigate, and remember where things can be. It’s easy to swap out gear and such, and I really like the option to put a picture to the gear to show what it looks like.
It’s not a perfect world though, so here’s some things this app could lead into:
1. It could turn into a desktop version to see better, and easier to browse things with multiple windows.
2. The compendium can expand with more races to choose from, updated classes and prestige classes, and rule books.
3. The game versions can expand, like older versions before 3.5, or after etc. I know a couple people who like playing in older versions.
4. Honestly, I don’t think there should be an excuse not to have this app. Everyone should have it who plays D&D.
Hopefully this review can help expand the horizons, and may the force be with you.
- Leo Mortero
- 46.8 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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- In-App Purchases
- Full Version $2.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.