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The intent is for everyone to act as civil dungeondcape. If anything, they made the tough call, pulling the plug on this thing before it could disappoint paying customers.

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They all talk about how absolutely atrocious it was. I don’t believe anything in the rules was so fundamentally changed between the last few playtests and the released rules that there would have been significant code changes – merely data file dunyeonscape. What you are referring to is that they also didn’t have any plans to work with anyone else for tools, which is pretty stupid. Dungeonwcape odd Dungdonscape seems to not understand that. Sorry, I didn’t think you were being literal.

Sending it back for a replacement means more money and effort spent by WOTC. If you believe the narrative, which honestly I do, Trapdoor approached Wizards, there was no bidding process. Bulk scanned pdf files to searchable pdf files, batch. Come on, that was obviously a calculated choice. Long live the adventure. There was an opportunity cost for their fans in putting their chips on Trapdoor, as it were.

Do not suggest ways for such material to be obtained. The only drawback is having to manually enter info that’s not in the core rules but it’s worth it for the functionality.


Hopefully they will get their shit together and find a company to invest monetarily in, or finally get an in house team together. Man, I didn’t realize you were a cost-benefit analyst. If they did get a response, I really would hope they’d expand their team.

Any returned books due to misprints would have they key code deactivated. He isn’t necessarily wrong.

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Some dungeoonscape accountant type who doesn’t know anything about software, publishing, or gaming micromanaged the crap out of the project. If they released PDFs, we’d see a huge influx of 5e based apps and a few among them would shine brighter than diamonds. I wouldn’t be surprised if a lot of the subpar UI elements were specifically requested by WotC.

So what do you do with all the books that contained printing errors smudged pages, upside-down pages, loose or detached bindings, improperly cropped pages, etc.

Using ocr, the other side can quickly make the document. But also I stand by my assertion that it was NOT good.

They’ve had it dungeonscpe over a month. And as an aside, it seems to be doing okay for Paizo. I guess he’s too busy doing that stupid medical stuff to go learn web design. Have you used the app? How to use the ocr feature within nuance paperport 12se. Someone would eventually create something good.

Of course they have the capability, but have chosen not to for fear of illegal distribution. It’s just a big pile of shit talk. I’ve seen PDFs and Excel sheets that work far better.

Sometimes it’s just cheaper to say ‘screw it’ and walk away I want there to be open source tools and also commercial ones that use wizard’s proprietary content, and to rely dungeonscapf my personal license for that content, not theirs. I’ve been using that for a few weeks now and preferred it far more than the Dungeonscape app. This app will never see the light of day in its intended form. This stinks, app is awesome. I used ocf Ipad app at Gencon, all it did was character creation and a character sheet, nothing to write home about.


The first reason the deal ended is obviously the djngeonscape app. It’s good that we’re not getting this digital tool set that you wouldn’t use anyway so that no one else will end up using it and enjoying it either.

Seriously, they are so behind the times with digital goods, it drives me nuts. Activation codes have been around for years, this is not a new technology.

Also depends on how much they want to pay for tool development. This allows apps like Combat Manager to existnot to mention the ton of phone apps with classes, spells, ect on them. That’s what I meant. They chose to go with an official app instead of pdfs again.

dungwonscape Orcs prefer wearing vivid colors that dungeoonscape humans would consider unpleasant, such as blood red. Yeah, I thought that the fact that there were so few invites sent was another sign that nothing was ever going to be released My gut tells me this has more to do with wotc’s incompetence than anything.

At this time, abbyy finereader online can export the files as microsoft word or excel in both the and new version formats, open office, pdf, rtf, or plain text documents.