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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u/OnehooWalks pretty much covers a broad portion that I could say, all I have to add are there are tons of online servers for finding groups if you want to do online. And there is pretty good support for the game through websites like Role20 which take the game to a pandemic approved experience! Or even if you just have other things going on it can be nice to set up once a month PC game days or something. I highly... - Source: Reddit / about 21 hours ago
The most popular is Roll20 I think. I personally use Astral TableTop that has a Free tier. - Source: Reddit / 2 days ago
r/lfg is the go-to community for it here on Reddit. Roll20 has a section in their website to look for online groups as well. - Source: Reddit / 5 days ago
Post an ad describing your game, how many players you want and what time it plays on roll20.net , r/lfg or if you really want a fast application process Discord & Dragons the discord server. - Source: Reddit / 6 days ago
If you'd prefer online games with people from around the world, check out roll20.net. - Source: Reddit / 8 days ago
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