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Roll20 does that really well, using only your browser. You can use character sheets of many systems, and move tokens. You can restrict access for modifying or seeing token/sheet/handout player by player (or all at once), roll dices on the chat (to prevent cheating), use a fog of war, have several map (but only one at a time is show to the players), ... The ...


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When you say, "play by post", I assume you mean a forum-based game rather than a snail mail game, and that all players will have access to a web browser even though they may not be able to be online at the same time and may not be able to install software where they play. Given these conditions, I recommend... Google Draw It provides a good set of drawing ...


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Use an online spreadsheet. Format the cells to be squares, use colours to indicate terrain, and letters or words to tell where the goblins and player characters are. If you trust the players to not mess up or cheat (and you presumably do, since you play with them), you can give them editing privileges so they can make their own moves. Or you can have the ...


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You can use any map software (like Maptools or Photoshop) to create the maps on your side, including token positioning, then upload the result image to an external site (like Imgur) and use the [img] tag that is allowed in most php forums. A player can post something like “I will move 1 square in the NE direction and attack the monster”, and when the DM ...



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