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    Any parser for M&M?

    I just got the ruleset; my group wants to be superheroes now. I know there's no DLC for FG + M&M, but is there a way to parse info into a module for M&M, ala Par5e? Will Par5e work with M&M?

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    PAR5E doesn't work for M&M and there isn't, to the best of my knowledge, a parser for M&M.

    You can enter data through the Interface and export to a module that way. But this might not have the reference type look you may be looking for?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Trenloe View Post
    You can enter data through the Interface and export to a module that way. But this might not have the reference type look you may be looking for?
    Look doesn't matter to me, just the content. I must be blind, but how do you export a module from M&M in FG? I know how to do it in 5E, but it's no where to be found in M&M by my old eyes.

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    ah, thanks. never thought about it being a command, was looking for a button.

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