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  1. Letís Use the Combat Tracker Effect Visibility Options Extension

    Setting Default Visibilities Using the Character Sheet

    This is one in a series of Combat Tracker EVOE blog posts. The series index can be found here.

    Last time I used the Effect Manager Utility to set up default visibilities for conditional effects such as prone or poisoned. When the effect is applied to a character in the Combat Tracker, the effectís visibility is set to the defined default. If there is no default visibility defined EVOE sets the visibility to GM only. ...
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  2. Letís Use the Combat Tracker Effect Visibility Options Extension

    Setting Default Visibilities for Conditional Effects (e.g. Prone)

    This is one in a series of Combat Tracker EVOE blog posts. The series index can be found here.

    As with nearly every preceding blog post I start out contrasting FG with and without EVOE. Why break tradition? A portion of the GMís Effect Manager Utility and Combat Tracker are shown in each of the two panels in the first screenshot.. The upper panel displays information without using EVOE, the lower panel ...
  3. Letís Use the Combat Tracker Effect Visibility Options Extension

    EVOE Demands Better Role Playing

    This is one in a series of Combat Tracker EVOE blog posts. The series index can be found here.

    Iím going to detour a little from my usual this time and talk about how EVOE asks more of me, the DM, in terms of role playing. My shortcomings became readily apparent this past weekend when our group play tested the next version of EVOE.

    I have a great group; how could they not be: two of the players are my mid-twenty-year-old ...
  4. Letís Use the Combat Tracker Effect Visibility Options Extension

    Displaying Defense Effects that Apply to Damage Rolls

    This is one in a series of Combat Tracker EVOE blog posts. The series index can be found here.

    When I first started writing this blog I noticed a problem with the Chat display for the RESIST, VULN, and IMMUNE effects used to counteract damage rolls. EVOE now properly handles these effects and accurately reports outcomes in the Chat Window.

    Damage rolls have two sets of information. The first set ...
  5. Letís Use the Combat Tracker Effect Visibility Options Extension

    Displaying Damage Effects

    This is one in a series of Combat Tracker EVOE blog posts. The series index can be found here.

    In this post and the next, Iíll describe the Combat Tracker effects that change or modify the result of a damage dice roll and what EVOE displays to players in the Chat Window. Damage rolls vary, some doing more or less damage than others. Effects might cause additional dice to be rolled or dice roll outcomes might be positively or negatively impacted. ...

    Updated September 23rd, 2016 at 06:37 by Minty23185Fresh (Minor typo)

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