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I am in search of a free virtual board with LAN connectivity. All it needs to be able to do is allow different users connected via LAN to be able to move pieces in real time. A specific user-lock for each character piece would be nice as well as a table displaying whose turn it is, but neither of these capabilities are a necessity. I am also looking for perhaps an automatic generator for caves and dungeons as well as outside areas. If no one has any information about a free automatic generator then a good free map designing software would be great.

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    \$\begingroup\$ This is a duplicate, but most likely what you'll need is Roll20.net \$\endgroup\$ – wax eagle Jan 9 '14 at 21:06
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    \$\begingroup\$ @waxeagle, While I'm a huge fan of Roll20, it uses a round trip to the R20 server rather than being a P2P over LAN application, and it does not generate maps. Fantasy Grounds is closer, as it can be run over a LAN (but also isn't an automatic map generator). I'm not aware of any VTT that is capable of automatically generating maps, actually. (Although there are such generators, such as the ones on donjon.bin.sh) \$\endgroup\$ – Brian S Jan 9 '14 at 22:46