RPTools is a brand of open-source programs designed to enhance traditional pen-and-paper role playing games. They can be used for face-to-face play, or Internet role-playing in real time even if your players are on the other side of the world. MapTool (which is our free virtual tabletop application) in particular works great with voice-chat services! These tools are not a role playing game by themselves, nor are they meant to replace everything at the RPG table. Rather, they are designed to be as flexible as we can make them, usable for a wide variety of gaming systems, from fantasy to sci-fi; from tabletop miniatures games to purely spoken-word games. The tools aren't built from the ground up for any specific RPG, which is what allows for the great flexibility we have, but as a result, it can be difficult for us to indicate easily to individuals how best to make use of the tools for their specific purposes.
Introduction to Mapping - MapToolDoc Introduction First Things First: What is MapTool? Although you probably have an idea what MapTool is and does, I just want to take a moment to reinforce the main goal of MapTool: MapTool is a program that helps you share a "virtual tabletop" with your friends, so you can play games on it. That is what MapTool does, and its features are aimed at providing a continuum of options, from the simple to the complex, to achieve that goal. In all the talk of macros and properties and tables and scripting that will follow in this and other guides, don't lose sight of the reason you're checking MapTool out anyway: it's a way to play games with friends.
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Donjons et Dragons 3.0 et 3.5
Quelques news mais... La prochaine édition de Dungeons & Dragons est, d'après la rumeur, annoncée pour fin août, avec un starter set dès le mois de juillet. En ce 12 avril nous serions à 94 jours de ce dernier et officiellement... pas grand chose.