12 thoughts on “Digital character sheets.”

  1. Roll20 runs fine through Hangouts, and you can use it for just the character sheets if you want (it isn’t super intrusive). Plus, it’s great for sharing/hiding documents from players, even if you don’t use the maps. (I have everything, like the basic and special moves, as separate documents they can open as they need, and the GM Moves only for me).

  2. Don’t know if this is still relevant, but I’d consider using Roll20 for that, their digital sheets work really well. They aren’t playbook-specific, so you just fill in all the moves associated with your playbook, but if you like to hack the playbooks and mix and match with moves from different places to shake things up, that actually comes in handy. Just start a new campaign on roll20.net, choose to use DW sheets, and try them out.

  3. Johannes Dalsgaard I actually just set up roll20 to use next session. Initial plan is to use roll20 for the dice rolling and character sheets and use Hangouts for the video chat – hangouts seems to perform better and it focuses on the person talking which is good.

  4. I’ve never used Hangouts but Roll20 works fne for me for the chat as well. Roll20 works really well for maps as well, you can do a lot of really cool stuff with tokens and layers and stuff. Of course you don’t really need maps for DW encounters but I find that it helps keep everyone on the same page.

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