Do you play table top RPGs and would you like to dump that messy notebook?
The Role Playing Database can reduce your messy notebook of character sheets, maps, spell sheets, monster descriptions, and other essential information you need to drag around to your games with a USB memory stick! Yes, be prepared for a game anywhere there is a computer with an USB connector!
The Role Playing Database helps you keep track of player and non-player characters, including the character’s attributes and characteristics as well as the character’s personality and possessions. The Role Playing Database is compatible with most role playing systems, including the D20 system. Monsters of all types can be created and managed. Spells, tricks & traps can all be created and managed (and even shared!). Adventure maps can be created and kept up-to-date. All sorts of treasures can be hidden throughout your role playing world. It is even possible to to provide furnishings.
Would you like to create an interesting "self-portrait" of your character?
Included on the RPGDB CD is Donna’s Body Shop, a collection of images of bodies, heads, and facial parts (hair, noses, mouths, and eyes). These parts can be combined to form self-portraits of player characters (and non-player characters too).
You can create Bad Boys or Bad Girls. Or good little guys.
Do you need to keep track of a monstrous army?
The Role Playing Database can help you keep track of your troops. Including their vital statistics and abilities.
Do you have a magical library?
The Role Playing Database can help you keep track of your spells.
Do you have a virtual torture chamber?
The Role Playing Database can help you keep track of your torture chamber’s implements.
Does your world abound with tricks and traps?
The Role Playing Database can help you keep track of all the fun little problems encountered along the way.
Does your world abound with treasure hidden in odd places?
The Role Playing Database can help you keep track of all the valuable goodies hidden along the way.
And finally, you’ll need a map of your world.
The Role Playing Database can help you create that map.
It is all on the RPGDB CD…