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For the most up-to-date information please visit this page on our help center for assistance: Here. Main Page: i Compendium. Compendium content that the game creator has purchased is now more easily shared among participants in a game. This means beyond the existing unlimited drag-and-drop functionality that existed in Compendium sharing thus far, players will be able to more quickly utilize Compendium data in tools like the Charactermancer. Compendium Sharing is a way for game owners creators to share their compendium access with players in their games.
Based on your subscription level, you can share your purchased compendiums with players in games that you have created. You can only share the compendium if your name has the "Creator" tag next to it.
To turn on Compendium Sharing for a game: 1. Open the game's Details Page and click the Settings button. From the drop-down, select Game Settings.
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This is where you run your search for art assets. An art search matches your keywords with image file names, tags, or the folder names your assets are stored in. Searching with more than one keyword is inclusive, helping you refine your search to only assets that match both words. Boolean Searches Optionally, you can use the OR keyword to get an boolean search, where results will be returned if either word matches any criteria.
Exclusive Searches You can also refine your search further by adding a "-" symbol before a word to exclude all results that keyword matches. Above the search bar is a drop-down menu where you can choose the Image Search Type. If you want to cast the broadest net with your search, choose the Everything option.
Also above the search bar is an expanding icon beside the word Search:. This is the Search Style toggle. Clicking on this icon will swap between small and large thumbnail display of the images found in the search results.
When not searching for images, below the Search Bar is your image index. There are two indexes that you can swap between at any time are Premium Assets and My Library. Everything under Premium Assets are images that you have not uploaded to Roll20 nor do they count towards your account's image quota when you use them in your games. Everything listed under My Library is content that you have personally uploaded into your games and stored on your Roll20 account.
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Any and all image content you upload to Roll20 will be added to My Library. When you toggle to the My Library view in the Art Library, you'll first have two buttons for uploading images and for creation of folders.
Underneath that is an area that shows the folder tree if you have created any. Underneath that is the Recent Uploads image list. For information on optimising your files for use on Roll20, see the Best Practices guideline. There are two methods for uploading art to Roll The second way is to click on the Upload button underneath My Library.
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Art Packs are collections of images for use in your games on Roll These packages can include token, maps, tile, and portrait image content. Once purchased, these art packages are unlocked within the tabletop itself. Your purchased art is already organized into folders by the art pack's name. These images do not count towards your account's image quota. If you go to the page, Your Purchasesyou can keep track of all the Marketplace items you have already purchased. The artist of a pack can choose to make their pack available to download outside of Roll If this option is enabled, there will have a blue Download Complete Set button available on their Marketplace listings.
Clicking on this button will download the entire art package as a single compressed ZIP file. A Roll20 Module is a fully realized adventure that a GM can pick up and play that does most if not all of the setup work for them. All of this is pre-prepared for you inside the module, ready to play.
This allows a GM to get right into hosting a game far faster than having to create it all from scratch. Modules are a great way for a brand new GM to jump into playing. When you purchase a module from the Marketplace, this unlocks the module for use.
Create a new game based off of the module by clicking on the Start New Game option from the site menu, the column on the right hand side of the page is titled Optional: Choose a Module. Underneath this are thumbnail tiles for all the various Roll20 modules that are available.
For the ones you have purchased, mousing over the thumbnail will make a check mark icon appear over the thumbnail tile. Clicking on the tile will select this module to be used as the base for this new game. If a certain character sheet is recommended for use with this module, it is automatically chosen under the Optional: Choose a Character Sheet section on the left side of the page. When you launch a game with a Module, the encounters, maps and other assets from the module are pre-configured as Pages on the Page Toolbar of the game.
If you mouse over a module thumbnail that you have not purchased yet, a shopping cart icon will appear instead of a check mark. Clicking on this will bring you to that module's Marketplace listing. If you have multiple modules purchased on your account and have accidentally chosen the wrong one, click on the blue "Change Module" button at the top of the page. This will clear out your module choice and bring up all the Module thumbnails once again.
Some modules come with PDFs of their adventure or rule books if the Marketplace listing has the phrase "Downloadable PDF" mentioned in the module's listing information. Compendiums are "books" of indexed webpages devoted to a particular RPG rule system. It behaves, and is designed, very similarly to a mini wiki. A Compendium can be browsed outside of Roll20's VTT, but it also can be used within it for quick rule searches and populating fields on your character sheets like equipment items and spells via drag and drop capability.
Compendium Extensions that you purchase from the Marketplace adds licensed content from published materials and inserts it into their specific system Compendium for you to browse and utilize in game.
When a Compendium Expansion is bought, the new pages contained in this expansion are made available for that purchaser's account to peruse. If there are pages that have similar versions in the SRD version of the Compendium, these pages are overridden by the pages from the licensed content.Play games anywhere. Share them with anyone. Create your free account. Everything else is right in your browser - nothing to download or install. Share a link with your existing group or find a new party with the Join a Game feature.
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