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HeroForge and SpellForge are excel based character editors. I strongly recommend them. They can be found at http://nzcomputers.net/heroforge/default35.asp


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I haven't used it for straight 3.x in quite some time, but PCGen is quite a fully-featured d20 system character builder. I use it mostly for Pathfinder these days, but I also used it for 3.x during my Living Greyhawk career. It is a free product, for both the good and the bad that comes with it - datafiles are built by volunteers, so are free, but may not be ...


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For NPCs there is our ePic Character Generator (for PC). It generates customized NPC images and map tokens. We have human, elf, orc and cat add-on packages available, and modern coming soon. An example: The section of the software license that controls re-use of the art reads: 1. The origin of the material generated by this software must not be ...


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For excellent images, become used to Searching I use two main sources for my stock images - Deviantart.com and Google's Image Search. It's a skill like any other to find the correct search terms - I recommend developing it, though, as it's incredibly useful for many other things as well. One specific trick that I find useful is to find synonyms of the ...


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Take a look at a new book called "Fantasy Art Characters To Copy." It features original "conditional" copyright free fantasy characters. The conditions of use are very liberal.I have the book - it's incredible. The images are high quality, they are not stock pics. They are on blank backgrounds and you can copy them for RPGs or use them in your own ...



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