Is there some software out there (beside core rules) that does character management? Really what I am looking for is a way to fill out the sheet and remember the information so I can update it and print it out (and make a PDF copy) for the next session. Does this make any sense? Core rules has never really worked for me once you factor in the house rules and modifications.
I’ve written some D&D 5e adventures, and I’m evaluating building them as a third-party (second-party?) video game module. Neverwinter Nights (NWN) from 2002 has the Aurora toolset which allows third-party module creation, but NWN is D&D 3e. Does anyone know of an existing or planned D&D computer game that has a similar module toolset? It doesn’t look as if Solasta: Magister or Baldur’s Gate 3 has this type of tool.
Is there an easy to use software that implements term-rewriting? Or do I need to write my own parser for it?
I am looking for something that will take in a fixed set of user-specified rules and will be able to reduce arbitrary terms under those rules. Is there a standard tool for doing such rewrites?
Can we store music symbols in Excel worksheet ?.
If yes, what will be the data types for storing music symbols in cells?
Can we write functions or formulas for analysing Music symbols stored as Excel data?
How can I know if a pc has a backdoor in bios, and how to know if there is an hardware malicious impairment?
manipulation of hardware is what active troubleshooting is all about simply put you must know something well enough to manipulate it to a fine degree if you want to be a technician this means having the books, schematics, secrets or whatever necessary to exercise the entire device one piece at a time. Some persons can be much smarter than others at this. today the world is so overcrowded the bosses can pick and choose at will so this world is no longer in the hands of the common man. It will take a world war to give control back to the average human being. These so called bosses are now treating humans like they are in fact machines to be manipulated.
Someone has a service that uses a FIPS non-compatible hash in a protocol signature. When FIPS 140-2 compatibility is enabled on the hosts the service crashes (due to the hash signature being not allowed by the security configuration of the host). A way to get around this is to put the service in a Docker container on the FIPS compatible host. It works, but is it ok from a FIPS compatibility point of view? If not, why?
I am new to using this software and I am trying to find out what the best type of emails to purchase for using GSA…Which type will give me the best success rate if it matters at all Thanks
I’m going to be running a game over a Google+ hangout, and the game needs a deck of cards that all of the players will draw from, keeping some of the draws hidden. I’ve searched around but most of the things I’ve seen replace the cards after they’re drawn.
I’m looking specifically for something web based so that I don’t have to require the players to install any software.