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    Fantasy Age Stunts Sheets

    I want to store a copy of the Stunt Sheets in Fantasy Grounds either as pictures or recreate them myself. I think I prefer to recreate them if possible. What is the best way to go about this?
    Cheers,
    Jason

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason_Sunday View Post
    I want to store a copy of the Stunt Sheets in Fantasy Grounds either as pictures or recreate them myself. I think I prefer to recreate them if possible. What is the best way to go about this?
    Set it up in MoreCore

    setup some Rolls with /stunt #
    or even better /stunt (p1) or /stunt (a)

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    Quote Originally Posted by damned View Post
    Set it up in MoreCore

    setup some Rolls with /stunt #
    or even better /stunt (p1) or /stunt (a)
    It's more of a reference sheet. You can have a look here.

    https://freeronin.com/dragon_age_rpg...tuntTables.pdf

    There are some that could be set up in advance but I was planning to wing it for the most part. There are stunts for combat, magic, exploration, and social interactions.
    Cheers,
    Jason

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    Hey. I would create them as Story entries using Table formatting. You could do them as Images.

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    Would that allow me to share the Stunts with the players?
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    Jason

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason_Sunday View Post
    Would that allow me to share the Stunts with the players?
    Yes. You can share just about anything with the Players. Right-click and share for sharing with the whole party, or drag-and-drop what you want to share onto individual portraits for sharing with a subset of players.

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    Note that sharing allows them to view something, not edit it. Only one person/client can own a database record, and therefore only one person can modify it. (Except in the case of a player owned object, then the GM can edit it as well).

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    Quote Originally Posted by damned View Post
    Hey. I would create them as Story entries using Table formatting. You could do them as Images.
    This is the route I decided to take and works great! Thanks Damned!
    Cheers,
    Jason

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