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Improved Initiative: Initracker

August 6, 2009 by

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I have been searching far and wide for an initiative and condition tracker for fourth edition.  For my condition, I’ve been using a modified version of the Alea Tools magnetic markers: For initiative, I’ve been using a sheet I created for my New DM Starter Kit.  It’s just a run of the mill Excel spreadsheet, […]

Creating character portraits with “Hero Machine”

May 7, 2009 by

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My post on SW d6 reminded me of an online tool I used to create character portraits for that game, it’s called Hero Machine, and it is extremely cool. It’s a flash based application that starts you off with a generic “empty” pose, and you go filling it with layers of clothing, eyes, hair, beards, […]

Modifying the way I track conditions

March 2, 2009 by

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So after using my paper condition tokens, I switched over to Alea Tools because they are probably the best thing out there right now for the 4th ed. DM looking for a solution to the game’s bookkeeping.  I also use them for Ranger’s Quarry’s, Paladin’s Divine Challenges, etc… But last session I did something different with […]

NewbieDM Tutorial – Printing Battle Maps to a 1″ Scale

January 13, 2009 by

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So you’ve made yourself some kick ass tokens, but now you want to make yourself some kick ass maps to use them with.  Well, you’ve come to the right place! Taking a map from the Wizard’s gallery, and converting it to a 1″ playable map isn’t very difficult, and it looks better than some Dry-Erase […]

My homemade condition tokens

October 22, 2008 by

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I made this for my game, I hope someone get use out of them.  They are not flashy, but they are practical: