D&D Beyond 9+

Characters, Dice Roller & More

Fandom, Incorporated

Designed for iPad

    • #109 in Entertainment
    • 4.7 • 6.8K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Make your Dungeons & Dragons fifth edition games, faster, easier, and more fun wherever your fantasy role-playing adventures lead with the free D&D Beyond app!
Never enter a gaming session without your character sheet – access all of your characters online or offline and be ready for skill checks, attack rolls, saving throws, or whatever twists your DM throws at you.
Manage health and spell slots, access your equipment, know your proficiencies all from the palm of your hand.
Access all your Dungeons & Dragons content anywhere you go—adventures, sourcebooks, and more are all at your fingertips.
Forget your favorite 20-sided die? Roll directly in the app and crit in style with themed digital dice sets.
* Play faster with the Guided Character Creator
* D&D character sheets and stats on the go
* Roll dice, search spells, and score crits
* Offline access to your library--never miss your books, even in areas without wifi
* Bookmarks and Search so you can find the rules you need when you need them!
* Great for beginners, regular players, and seasoned Dungeon Masters
* Easy to use digital tools as seen on shows like Critical Role, High Rollers, and more
More features coming soon! Check back for updates.

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About: D&D Beyond is an official digital toolset and tabletop game companion for Dungeons & Dragons. Learn more at www.dndbeyond.com

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What’s New

Version 2.11.1

Support for Monsters of the Multiverse

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
6.8K Ratings

6.8K Ratings

Pb9k ,

Great tool for all ranges of players!

I am a pretty veteran dnd player and had a lot of doubts about using dnd beyond, mostly because of having to by the source books again from them.

After agreeing to dm a campaign with 8 people I knew my usual all paper setup wouldn’t work as I would have no clue of what my players character sheets had on then to balance encounters and such. I needed an online source to hold all their sheets. Roll20 would have worked but I would have had to insert everything about every characters sheets into their roll20 sheets as they did not know how to. After figuring out you can use unpublished homebrew in your own campaigns with a master teir subscription, I decided to try it out for a month and after some success with setting up some characters I ended up also buying a couple source books on their. I have to say it was a wonderful decision.

For vets. It’s a great way to keep track of everything and make sure even if players lose their paper sheet they’ll be able to play. And for new players, everything lays itself out to you and I wouldn’t get right out of the get go trying to make homebrew, but telling people what dice to roll and all the modifiers it gets right there is so helpful.

Canaan Collins ,

Great help, but there are a few problems in Beta

So I love the D&D beyond website for making characters for my campaigns, but since the app is still in it’s sort of early stages, there are some (but not many) problems I’ve had, more or less just tedious little things.
One thing, not currently able to edit anything on a completed character, such as their inventory, gold amount, notes, etc. The only way to do it is to click the website link to do it from there. It isn’t much of a problem, just would be easier and smoother if you didn’t have to go to load the website to edit something or add XP.
Another thing is there are a few bugs if you try to create a character on the phone sometimes. I can’t recall what I was doing exactly, but while helping a player create a character, the option they chose pretty much froze the whole process, and then closed the app. When they got back on, a little of their work was saved, but the past 5-10 minutes of work wasn’t.
Outside of those problems, I think it is a great app and is still very helpful for running campaigns so no one has to carry around the paper version! Can’t wait for the app to progress even further!

Ivywhisker ,

Pretty Good!

From what I can see of the app, it’s pretty good! It did take a little while to download, but that might just be because of my device. However, I don’t see a way to roll dice like on the website. This app will be extremely useful, as it allows me to only need one tab open on my computer when I play. It makes it so much easier to access all my character’s stats and info, even if some of the tabs (such as notes) are still under development and can’t be used. Even with two monitors, needing two websites open at the sane time while also having a communication software open on the second monitor can be a little difficult to manage. Thank you for making this app, it’s going to make my life so much easier!! My only suggestion at this point is to add a dice rolling feature like the one on the website.

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