Not even worth half the price Setting aside that the app itself is fairly bug free and good looking, it's useless. It does the class stuff better than any character sheet app I've seen, but it does EVERYTHING else awful. Skills don't get their correct bonuses, equiped items don't actually DO anything, etc., etc. It honestly takes more time to keep this up to date than it does to keep a paper character sheet up to date. Even if it were free, I've found another character sheet app that's free that's better. The only reason I didn't give it one star is because the software itself is well done. It looks good, it's smooth, it doesn't crash.
Fantastic! This app is extremely easy and quick to use. I've read a lot of reviews saying bad things about this app but I have to disagree. I've actually managed to add a whole new class called "Spirit Shaman" from the divine magic expansion book with little difficulty. I also added the "Speak Language" skill with no difficulty whatsoever. You can add anything to the database through the administration option, which you can find in the options at the top right corner of the first screen, just to let you all know.
Somewhat lacking No Monstrous Humanoids as playable characters. This is useless for anyone playing as a beasty. An "other" race slot with some freedom to throw your stats around would be nice. Also some more classes would be nice. No Dervish. Me needs me dancing! A refund is more useful
Good but... Great app but could be better. Since the PFSRD is free, why not use it to your advantage? This would be my sole D&D app if it had all the info from there. It is very tedious to have to put in every thing that is missing. 5* when the info is complete. For now sticking with pathfinder masterwork tools app & editable pdf sheet.
Great App! I love that it's easy to add anything that isn't in the app already (and it does come with a lot of info in the app!) Just a couple tweaks- there is no place for languages known, or swim/fly/climb speeds.
Best one of its kind I've found It might not have everything, but a lot of D&D isn't open source either. I love that I can add in everything, I've seen others that have a lot of stuff but not everything and you can't add what's missing. It might take some work on the players end to get everything set up, but that goes for paper also. And once you've added that Feat/Spell/Class/Race/Ability/Item, it's there for the next time you want to use it. No need to write it all down again.
* Bug fix: Fixed missing result of die roll, if many dice were rolled
* Bug fix: Fixes width of edit field, if number had many digits
* Bug fix: Fixed crash, if number of damage dice was zero
* Bug fix: Fixed position of saves for character with long class name