Here’s a promo video that I just put together for d20pro, a virtual tabletop software that I’m helping design. We needed a sort of kiosk video to show at conventions and on our website. Something catchy, fast, and energetic.
I have made some major changes to my 4e Powercard template. Some new features include:
Support for labels, so you can write your own numbers for attack and damage values – this is optional.
Pull-down menus for all icons and for action types, range, and labels
streamlined code – tightened things up – removed need for 2 directories
New Paragon and Epic variations of all cards, plus 2 misc colors. Total of 11 variations per class.
This new version should make entering the data MUCH faster, but it WILL invalidate some of the information in your existing cards. You will need to manually update some of that content, I am afraid.
However, I have some of the cards already updated, and within the week, I will update all of my MSE files at my website to level 30. That way, you shouldn’t have to re-enter any data for core PHB classes. If you previously purchased cards from me, simply email me and I will get you an updated file.
We’ve been using my 4E Powercards in my campaign and so far the players love them. In fact, they want cards for all sorts of game mechanics, like Action Points (which are pretty much an Encoutner power). As an homage to the great post on EN World.
Anyways, here it is. If you want my full powercard template so that you can make your own, visit my powercard page!
I’ve started my new campaign and am running Paizo’s Rise of the Runelords, converting it to 4E as I go. I will using a lot of the content from Paizo’s message boards, plus conversion information from Scott’s Tales from the Rusty Dragon – a blog dedicated to the 4E conversion of this Adventure Path.
I will be hosting most of my conversion and campaign materials on my 4E Google Site. If anyone wants to contribute to the Fan-made content, leave a comment below. Note that you must have a Gmail account to edit the content on Google Sites.
Well, I bought H1, and I had to make some scans in order to get the maps into d20pro. I have all of the maps done so far except for the 2nd level, and that should be done this weekend.
I posted them on my Mad Mapper site, if anyone wants them. I’ve stitched together the poster maps and re-created the whole Level 1 map from various scans in the book. I also Photoshopped the notes and keys out of the maps (like miniature placement and such) so the player’s wouldn’t be tipped off.
Hopefully, some of you other Virtual Tabletop users will find some use for these. They might be high enough resolution to print too.