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Fantasy Grounds is a virtual tabletop to help facilitate play of tabletop-style role-playing games...

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Fantasy Grounds Overview

Fantasy Grounds is a virtual tabletop to help facilitate play of tabletop-style role-playing games online with a GM (game master) and one or more players. It replicates what you would traditionally do around a physical table, such as rolling dice, managing character sheets, keeping campaign notes, sharing handouts and images, and moving tokens or figures around on a map.

Realistic 3D Dice
The dice rolling is a feature that has set Fantasy Grounds apart from the competition since the very beginning of virtual tabletops and is still one of the most loved features for our system. Take a look at the video to see how easy it is for users and try out the demo to see for yourself. Dice rolling is an integral part of any RPG experience.

Library Modules
RPGs often require players and GMs to look up a lot of info during the game. Fantasy Grounds simplifies this with free, built-in library modules for the PFRPG and 3.5E rulesets. These library modules provide details on new abilities, spells, monsters, weapons and armor and more. Extensive library modules are also included with the commercial rulesets available for purchase, such as Savage Worlds, Call of Cthulhu, Castles & Crusades and Rolemaster Classic.

Shared Maps
Fantasy Grounds uses a light-weight approach to maps that gets you playing as quickly as possible, while still allowing for some great map features such as fog of war (masking), areas of effect, distance and movement paths.

Many more powerful features:
- Random Table Support
- Built-in Tokens
- Export Your Custom Creations
- CoreRPG = Any Game System
- Advanced Automation

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