Roll20 - Character Sheets 12+

DND Rules + Dice Roller

The Orr Group, LLC

Designed for iPad

    • 2.0 • 182 Ratings
    • Free

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Description

Access all your D&D 5E compendiums to find the rules and descriptions you need for your character sheet.

The Roll20 Companion App is everything a player needs at game time! Keep your characters at your fingertips at home, the game store, or wherever your adventures take you. Access your 5E character sheet from your mobile device and get your character’s info at-a-glance including your armor class, feats, and inventory.

View your character’s stats and skills during your game session, including your spell DC and proficiencies. Track inspiration, spell slots, hit points, ki points, and sorcery points. Ready to roll for initiative or make an ability check? Let us do the math for you. Dice rolls made in the app are also sent to the Roll20 VTT chat, powered by our signature quantum roll server.

Need to look up a rule or description? Use our powerful 5E SRD compendium search to find exactly what you need. From being grappled to magic missile, Roll20 has you covered.

Characters must be created and edited on the Roll20 website and be in an active game to appear in the Companion App. You can also leave feedback for bugs and improvements straight from your mobile device.

Let’s roll!

What’s New

Version 1.2.2

Search all the D&D books you own on Roll20 with our expanded 5E compendium search!

Ratings and Reviews

2.0 out of 5
182 Ratings

182 Ratings

Gr1mwolf ,

Broken

This app is kind of a mess. It looks good, but most of it simply doesn’t work. First of all, you CANNOT ROLL DAMAGE. That’s a pretty ridiculous oversight. Apparently you have to open the character sheet in your browser and set it to roll damage automatically every time you make an attack roll.
Next, the spell list may as well not exist. You can’t see which spells are currently prepared or change that. The fields for things like range, duration, target etc are all empty. And the DCs listed are incorrect, because it just uses your base spellcasting DC for all of them and disregards any custom modifiers on the spell, meaning it may as well only have the base spellcasting DC at the top and not even try to list individual DCs.
The inventory may as well not exist either, because you can’t change anything. You can’t even delete items or change how many you have. You also have to click an Edit button before changing your money for literally no reason.
Finally Resources section, much like the Spell section, just doesn’t work. Most of the fields on my character were bugged out with a generic label and 0/0 amount. It also doesn’t integrate the Rest buttons from the character sheet, so you have to manually set all the amounts every time.

SilentKittyNinja ,

Can’t type

When I first downloaded this app I was able to login with my credentials on my iPad. Now that I’m getting ready to start a new campaign with friends all of a sudden I can’t login via the app because the keyboard on my iPad won’t pop up here for this app I restarted my iPad and did all the necessary software checks for my iPad and it wasn’t my iPad. So I deleted the app from my iPad then download it just to make sure there wasn’t a glitch but I’m still having the same issue to where the keyboard won’t appear for me to log into the app of my Roll20 account.

This needs to be fixed ASAP

Developer Response ,

Hello! We are sorry to hear you are having these issues with logging in. We encourage you to visit https://roll20.net/help and submit a support request so we may look into this further for you.

eVn95 ,

Promising but not seamless

I really wanted to love this app. I was excited to be able to view and use my character sheet on a different screen so I could use my computer screen exclusively for video chat and the vtt.

Unfortunately, certain information from the character sheet may not appear in the app. In my case, I play a wizard in a 5e campaign, which is a prepared spell caster. Unfortunately, the app’s spell list doesn’t have any indication of which spells are currently prepared. My options were to keep the sheet open in Roll20 (which I had hoped to avoid) or write my prepared spells down on scratch paper. Both are fine, but don’t have the ease or convenience I was hoping for. I would love to see unprepared spells greyed out, or have the check marks visible.

This being said, the interface is super intuitive, and it works well without lags or glitching thus far. The aesthetic is really clean and more visually appealing than playing on the browser version. I really *like* the app, but it doesn’t function the way I need it to at the moment. If I find out I’m missing something, or if updates are made that fix this, I would love to rate this 5 stars.

Developer Response ,

We really appreciate this in-depth review and analysis of your experience. All this feedback just helps us as we continue to iterate the app; so thank you! If you'd like, please visit Product Board via the "Vote on Ideas!" to help stir the conversations about the app features as it develops.

App Privacy

The developer, The Orr Group, LLC, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Usage Data

Data Linked to You

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  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

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  • Diagnostics

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