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As a DM for homebrew games, I used Roll20 for 2+ years. When it works, its OK. When it doesn't, its frustrating. I use a lot of custom rules and they are simply not supported due to a lack of modularity within the system. A simple variant of Proficiency Dice in 5e is outlined in the rules, and even it is hacky and not well supported on Roll20.
The format feels like it was made two decades ago, and the web console spits out warnings and errors left and right. There has even been some conspiracies / drama with some of the higher-ups at Roll20, showing a lack of leadership.
Please, let's let Roll20 die. Support another system.
Not easy to learn, not friendly controls
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On the personal / psychological front, I'm good, the kids are good. Working from home I have saved a heap on petrol, tolls, laundry, food etc. Given the economic crunch we will almost certainly see soon it will be good to get as much of this mortgage paid off as I can. When things are quiet I can knock over little chores around the house instead of leaving them for the weekend. I can also work out on my breaks and... - Source: Reddit / about 19 hours ago
As for where to play online, roll20 is the big one. it's free and has a charactermancer to build your character sheet. It has in-built voice/video (can be turned off) but I've usually played with voice over discord and maps on roll20. I've also played on foundry but, while it's free for players, the dm needs to purchase the software. it's also more graphics-intensive and personally I find it less intuitive. Roll20... - Source: Reddit / 6 days ago
For D&D I use discord for voice chat and roll20.net for a virtual tabletop of maps and tokens. That website also has a game recruitment section. - Source: Reddit / 9 days ago
If you want an online game r/lfg roll20.net or various discord dervers. - Source: Reddit / 15 days ago
You can get materials irl if you'd like to, but you can also just play online for free. I play with others online and we're basically just talking to each other on video call until a battle comes up, in which we use a website called roll20.net to visualize where everyone is and what the surroundings look like. If you want to go all out, you can definitely make a map or get a board and your own 3D character tokens,... - Source: Reddit / 20 days ago
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