A D&D 4e Combat Manager
I just tried this tool. WOW!!!!!!!! I've tried every 4e combat manager
and this is by far the best. It has all of the features I'm looking for
and the GUI is perfectly organized and easy to use.
- User Thraug on Wizard's of the Coast's D&D Forum
|4eTurnTracker 1.5.05 imports .monster files|
|Written by Paul McCullagh|
|Monday, 21 November 2011 23:23|
4eTurnTracker 1.5.05 has just been released. The main feature of the update is the ability to import ".monster" files. This is most useful if you are using the new online D&D Adventure Tools to create and modify existing Monsters. The only way to export Monsters from the Adventure Tools is by creating a file which uses the .monster format.
Now all you need to do is dump the Monsters you have created to a folder on your machine. Then, in 4eTurnTracker's Monster Manager window, locate the folder from the "Import" tab. The program then lists the directory and you can pick the Monster you want to import, or select Monsters to be updated that have already been imported.
The new version also comes with a number of other improvement to the Monster Manager, including:
In addition to this, I have implemented a number of features requested by users:
(UPDATE: I have pulled 1.5.04 because it had a bug in the .monster XML file parsing).
|Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 November 2011 11:40|