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The Torchbearer GM screen I'm pretty sure that is the Torchbearer screen, as seen in this image. Torchbearer is a game based on the Burning Wheel system, written to evoke the real sense of danger and especially scarcity in dungeon-delving.


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Quite frankly, Roll20 is as easy or hard as you like. Just drag and drop images and draw right on the tabletop if you want. Give each player a token, use a blank background and hex overlay and you are set. You can draw away. You don't need to use the sounds, dice roller, etc. It will keep your map from game to game and you can open separate maps for ...


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I do not know of any DW specific app for any platform. Obsidian Portal, Roll 20, or other online RPG apps might have specific sheets/formats for what you are looking for. I've never tried them though. However, when I run DW, I used a spreadsheet during combat. I have all the data I need in the spreadsheet. Since I'm on iOS/OSX, I use Numbers, but Excel ...


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There aren't any cyberpunk face-card decks as game-aid tools I can find... I've had the same amount of success you've seen to had and while proving a negative is very difficult I think its safe to say there isn't a commercially available product that would meet your criteria. However.... Android:Netrunner cards meet all the criteria Android:Netrunner ...


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Edit note: Apologies as I did not see the android specific part of your question. Android: For campaign management unfortunately there is no catch all tool as of yet. Not even one for purchase. However you can make due through multiple tools as I did before I upgraded to a PC tool. My first suggestion is of course a standard HP/initiative tracker for ...


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If all you want is a cool world map, donjon has a generic world generator that works pretty good and runs online (you can easily export the maps, though). If you happen to be running a fantasy campaign or one of a handful of scifi systems there are slightly enhanced generators available on that site as well. All of the stuff is free, and takes basically no ...


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It's a bit of a hack, but this has proven useful in the past when playing remote sessions: We used Google shared docs --> More specifically we used the MS-Word-like text editor. It allows to: Add/overlay images Add simple shapes, and move those around The shapes can be used for very simple 'drawings' (comparable to the simple drawing tool in MS Word) ...



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