Have you ever played a RPG style video game? You know how items you pick up, spells you learn, abilities you’ve improved, the health you’ve lost or gained, equipment you’re wearing, basically how everything about your character is automatically tracked and maintained? What if there was a tool to do that for your TableTop RPG?
RPGSmith is a revolutionary, interactive, highly customizable Character Sheet application for use with any tabletop Role Playing Game, from any device. RPGSmith performs highly detailed and innovative Inventory, Spell, and Ability management all through a simple and intuitive interface. There’s even a fancy integrated Dice roller.
Launching very soon are the first wave of GM tools to empower Game Masters, Keepers, Dungeon Masters, and the like to bring players together through RPGSmith and engage in an exciting, collaborative RPG while removing the arduous effort of tracking and crunching the numbers through a physical sheet or interface that doesn’t make sense to you. RPGSmith is the only tool in this space that allows you to create or customize existing interfaces to suit your preferences, and see as little or as much of the information you care about.
Check out the various areas of features listed below.
The GM Tools launching soon would include many core functions needed to bring others together to run a game. Some of these include the ability for GMs to:
With RPGSmith you can create / edit interactive Tiles of information and store those in a myriad of colors, shapes, sizes and locations on a page in your dashboard. Engaging with a given tile performs a different action depending upon the type of tile created.
A tile could:
Several Pages of tiles can be created, and those pages can be grouped into several Layouts to provide plenty of ways to organize your Character Sheet however you like.
The ‘core’ Rule Sets built in to RPGSmith come with pre-created Dashboards. Once added to your account you are free to change the default layouts at the Rule Set, or update them directly on your character after that has been created.
Another big feature in RPGSmith is the management of Items, Spells and Ability records. With most RPGs your character will have an inventory of equipment.
With RPGSmith you can easily track what items are possessed by your character in much greater detail than just the name of the item on a piece of paper, or single line of text in a field. Items can just be a title, but they can also be flushed out with so much more detail. Details such as weight, value, description, stats, image, tags/categories, flags to mark if the item is consumable, equipped, identified, and more. Even dice command strings that incorporate your character bonuses can be associated with items and executed from a number of different areas.
Spells and abilities also provide similar and robust amounts of information to ensure tracking of this content is easy, complete, and very feature rich.
Not only can you perform typical dice rolls quickly though the GUI interface. But you can also perform complex dice rolls with many built in functions and dice types.
Rule Sets are the game in which you create your character. Rule Sets are where you define what items, spells, and abilities exist in this game. Rule Sets are also where you establish what dice this game will utilize.
Maybe most importantly, this is where you establish what Character Stats exist for characters created within this Rule Set.
A number of different types of character stats can be created, not only stats to track a single numeric value, but a stat to track a text value, or a stat to track a rich text value, or a stat to perform a calculation using the value of another numeric stat to formulate a new value. There are 12 different types of character stats that can be created to store data for a given character, each with their own unique and specific purposes and benefits.
Like everything else in RPGSmith you can edit, remove, or add stats to suit the game you want to play, even from added or imported Rule Sets.