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 Post subject: Re: AD&D (1e or 2e) Framework
PostPosted: Thu Mar 17, 2016 3:52 pm 
Version 2.6 updates.

https://github.com/CelestianGC/ADnD-2e- ... n?raw=true

  • added "Campaign Settings" option for Spell DB (1e/2e)
  • added "Campaign Settings" option for Monster DB (1e/2e)
  • added str/dex/int/wis/chr/con tables. Players can just enter in the ability score and not need to look up all the other fields to manually enter anymore.
  • added encumbrance table and ref'd strength (no manual entries)
  • built a form html for equipment add/edit so that I could have a "description" text box for more than a one liner descriptions.
  • mouse over/click on short name of item in equipment list for full description.
  • can now apply charges to any type of item and use them from the players equipment list
  • added macros +State, -State and +Time. These are used to manage states on tokens. These new macros allow you to attach a "state" ICON from the list of states in "Tokens" group in the campaign and apply it to a token with a spell name and duration. Time is automatically advanced for combat during "Next" macro for rounds but you can also manually manage with +Time if the buffs last outside of that encounter.

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 Post subject: Re: AD&D (1e or 2e) Framework
PostPosted: Tue May 17, 2016 2:34 pm 
Update 3.0.

ADND Framework 3.0

* Split DB from Macro tokens. Big change but mostly behind the scenes. This change, moving forward, will let you import your "Framework - DB" map into a new campaign framework and have your creatures, equipment, journals and skills.
* Options to select 1e/2e DB for skills, journal or equipment.
* Lots of sanity checks added to try and reduce "roll" errors when equipment/item doesn't match DB.
* Lib:MM:1e DB token updated with descriptions submitted by Scott.
* Time tracking macros.
* Attacks, copy options.
* Aura additions 10-60ft for tokens.

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 Post subject: Re: AD&D (1e or 2e) Framework
PostPosted: Wed Oct 25, 2017 4:35 pm 
Thanks for letting me help out with the 1st ed Db. I have been very busy with stuff like hurricanes. I am getting back to this now.
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 Post subject: Re: AD&D (1e or 2e) Framework
PostPosted: Mon Nov 13, 2017 9:16 pm 
skotkolr wrote:
Thanks for letting me help out with the 1st ed Db. I have been very busy with stuff like hurricanes. I am getting back to this now.
S.

I'm pretty sure this has been abandoned by Celestian. He's all-in on his Fantasy Grounds 1e Ruleset.

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 Post subject: Re: AD&D (1e or 2e) Framework
PostPosted: Mon Nov 13, 2017 10:03 pm 
Full Bleed wrote:
skotkolr wrote:
Thanks for letting me help out with the 1st ed Db. I have been very busy with stuff like hurricanes. I am getting back to this now.
S.

I'm pretty sure this have been abandoned by Celestian. He's all-in on his Fantasy Grounds 1e Ruleset.


You are correct, I've not been working on any additions to the Framework.

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