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 Post subject: [XLS] Library Generator (WFRP)
PostPosted: Wed Oct 11, 2017 8:41 am 
As with the Inn generator. Same here, created this for the WFRP setting a Looooooong time ago and thought that it might be of some interest.

The things that im particularly proud of is the several screens you can create with it, including the library itself (see screenshot). funny extras: you can set a time delay to figure out stuff about the book. So when you click it a pop-up appears and then slowly more information is revealed. Also you can setup a language filter and when players do NOT speak the language the title is garbled. Well...enjoy.

WFRP ex libris v2.0.xls.zip [1.53 MiB]
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