Virtual Ruleset Tabletop on Fantasy Grounds

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« on: <10-09-18/2051:06> »
What is the chance to we have a Ruleset to Fantasy Grounds of the latest content of Shadowrun. Cause I really love this system. I play other system there and I was wondering "Wouldn't be a great combination this ruleset of Shadowrun 5e and this automate software?"

What you guys think about it?
In what way could we evolve this idea? Is that an a good idea?


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« Reply #1 on: <10-10-18/0046:01> »
It takes a lot of time to make a proper ruleset in fantasy grounds. Your best bet for FG and 5e is to get the more core ruleset which will give you a generic character sheet and the ability to use the command line to roll dice and count hits.

They do have a not often maintained ruleset for 4e though I have not used it myself.

If you know the LUA scripting language and a bit of XML head on over and help out. Most of the non D&D rulesets are fan made and maintained.

Fantasy Grounds is a great product with a great community but with a small group of actual employees that can work on official products.

Still, worth every penny I've spent and more.

Michael Chandra

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« Reply #2 on: <10-10-18/0110:39> »
Maybe if SRM Online becomes more of a hit, this might draw Catalyst's attention.
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