Dungeon Delver v1.0 is a suite of utilities designed to help your D&D gaming run more effectively. These shareware utilities run on Palm OS PDAs and have been developed such that they are suitable for use with all versions of Dungeons & Dragons, i.e. original D&D, AD&D, and D&D Third Edition.The Dungeon Delver suite of programs currently comprises:Itemiser - this is an item utility to support other Dungeon Delver utilities such as Quartermaster and other future additions. Use it to create items with associated item types and special notes. These can then be used with utilities such as Quartermaster, i.e. items created with Itemiser can then be assigned to the item storage locations in Quartermaster. Items and their details can be beamed to other Itemiser users to build up catalogues of itemsMessenger - this is a message and picture creation and swapping utility. Allows you to write messages for any character or create titled pictures that you have drawn and beam them to other players or the DM, and is ideal for note passingQuartermaster - this is an equipment carried utility. This will help you keep track of what items you are have carried, worn, and held by your characters. Items are selected from the item database and assigned to various locations such as hands, arms, legs, backpack, pouches, etc. using simple popup lists. These details can be beamed to other Quartermaster users if desired, particularly useful for keeping DMs updatedSpellbinder - this is a magic spell storage and tracking utility. With this you can create a database of spells for all your characters, whether they be bard, cleric, druid, paladin, ranger, sorcerer, wizard, or other special type. These spells can then be entered into the spell summaries or per level spell lists created for a character to show the spells available to cast, and can be deselected during play to indicate they have been usedThis suite of programs will be expanded with additional utilities in the future and all registered users will receive upgrades free of charge.
|License||Free to try|
|File Size||110.35 kB|