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Reroll

Reroll is a digital character sheet app for 5e DnD that allows you to create and customise your characters in pixel art.

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    2021-07-25

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Katamari Damacy Reroll Review

Katamari Damacy Reroll Review | IS IT WORTH IT?

Reroll App Review/Demo (D&D Pixel Art Character Creator) | Nerd Immerison

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  • Alternative to DnDBeyond for Character Sheets
    I use https://reroll.co, since it has pixel art I can assign to items and deck my character out to look like a badass with what I've looted. Takes some work to import all the non SRD stuff but it works great! Plus it's only a cheap single purchase that gets cheaper per code for each copy you get at once. Makes getting enough for a table great. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Character Art
    I just by chance found https://reroll.co/. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Resource for “cut out” character illustrations?
    Try Reroll. It lets you create custom pixel art for characters with a transparent background. https://reroll.co. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Character Creator App (needs better name)
    This is very similar to an existing app called "reroll". https://reroll.co/. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Help
    Have you seen reroll.co it's a nice way to make like pixely character art. Source: about 2 years ago
  • Pixel art / 8-bit / 16-bit asset packs ;
    Has anyone seen an 8-bit / 16-bit / pixel-art inspired asset pack that would work with Dungeondraft? I found a cold 16-bit pack for Hex Kit and I'd love to also be able to make battle maps in a kind ‏‏‎ of pixel art style. Combined with Reroll I could have have an all-pixel-art campaign, but I'm striking out on the battle-map style assets, without going and learning how to use apps meant for tilesets, at least.... Source: over 2 years ago
  • Free paper minis
    Reroll is like hero forge, but it just makes the images, we use it to make our tokens we use on Foundry VTT. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Less cartoony alternatives to Hero Forge
    I guess that's true. I'm just surprised that there aren't more custom character creation tools out there. Someone else recommended https://reroll.co/ which I think is really cool since we're not looking for realistic per ce, just something that fits the tone of CoS more than Hero Forge does. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Less cartoony alternatives to Hero Forge
    Got this as a recommendation elsewhere https://reroll.co/ While it doesn't fit all our requirements, like a top down character view, I really like the feeling! Source: over 2 years ago
  • What Do You Use for Character Art?
    That's what I came to say, we use Reroll and use those for our tokens in Foundry vtt. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Why is everyone so attached to their pcs now
    The compromise my table came up with that works quite well: use artwork found online that are close to your mental image or use art generation programs like Reroll.co and the Hero Forge builder to make something close. Then if they survive long enough commission artwork. If you have been playing a character for a year then even if they later die you will probably feel the artwork was still worth it. Source: almost 3 years ago
  • [oc] i am making an app that stores your character sheet on a mini kind of like a amiibo (more info in the comments)
    In my opinion, (which is not from the perspective of a lawyer because again I am not one), it appears that it is acceptable to publish a product for free that includes Open Game Content, such as that found in the System Reference Document for 5e. Reroll does it, and they seem to be just fine. Source: about 3 years ago
  • I'm unable to draw but I need a way to visualize my character, what can I do?
    I use ReRoll, which is a very easy-to-use pixel art character creator. Source: over 3 years ago
  • Made pixel versions of my CoS party on Reroll. Very happy with them. No, I rarely have all of them at the table.
    It's available on both stores. It even has a web app so it can also run on any machine that has a browser. Here you go! It packs less features than fight club or dnd beyond but my players love it nevertheless. Source: over 3 years ago
  • Pixel art / 8-bit / 16-bit asset packs?
    Has anyone seen an 8-bit / 16-bit / pixel-art inspired asset pack that would work with Dungeondraft? I found a cool 16-bit pack for Hex Kit and I'd love to also be able to make battle maps in a kind of pixel art style. Combined with Reroll I could have have an all-pixel-art campaign, but I'm striking out on the battle-map style assets, without going and learning how to use apps meant for tilesets, at least. Any... Source: over 3 years ago

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