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Hey everyone. Long time fan of Exile and all things Spidweb. I have recently begun to convert the MonsterData.RTF file (Thank you Tarl Roger Kudrick) into something resembling a D&D compatible monster list. So far I have managed to stumble my way through doing the bare basics like abilities, STR/DEX/INT and SP/Mana. What I'm having problems with now is deciding on things that the Exile series never included. Specifically CON, WIS and CHR. I have included the file here for anyone that wants to take a look (and maybe use for a homebrew campaign) and would
So, I've been running a d&d campaign for a group of friends, and I figured I'd share a game world I've been enjoying since the 90s. I do the campaign over the internet and use maptools so we are all on the same page visually and whatnot. Anyway, I've spent an enjoyable time going back through the game and playing cartographer. I've mapped huge portions of the world map, and numerous towns and dungeons and some random encounters; making minor edits so it would transfer to d&d (nephilim to gnolls, for example). I figured I'd share it. I know a lot of other people love t
Or whatever it's called. I haven't played any D&D stuff aside from the MMO. And because reasons, now I want to try the pen-and-paper stuff people mostly talk about. And I doubt I have friends that know D&D tabletop stuff at school, so I prefer to play with AIs instead. Question is, what virtual tabletop thinggy stuff would you recommend for a beginner? I prefer a game with: -A story (optional, but much better with one) -Singleplayer mode (with AIs) -Easy to learn instructions -Good for beginners I admit that I only have a slight idea what I'm talking about. If anyone co