Great resource one or two additional features I'd like. I would love to see added a link feature anywhere a roll could occur. If I put 3D6+10 as a weapons damage under a weapons tab, I should be able to push it and roll. A map p generator would be nice, but unnecessary, and I'd like on the rolls for it to show the modifier in addition to adding it in.
Developer Fast to respond and correct customer issues! Fixed a small problem within 25-30 minutes, direct interaction! He was very professional and courteous. WILL RECOMMEND product, thanks again!
Usefull Has templates for a wide variety of table top rpg s. Would love to see a template pack for Rolemaster RMSS, 1 of my personal favorites.
Didn't let me set up template I tried to set up the chaosium template on my tablet. After my choice it went back to the screen and there was nothing! When I sought to fix this by redownloading, it charged me and the system template still did not show! (It shows under downloads.). I am using a Nexus 10.
Good App but has some bugs Bought this for Palladium System, couldn't find template in the menu so I picked Pathfinder which turned about to be Palladium mislabeled (which is what I wanted in the first place). Now I'm unsure about buying the Skills and Spells template packs as they are labelled Pathfinder so I am not sure what I would get. If remedied I would purchase more templates. They are very convenient.
Promising, but not yet very useful At this point, GM Toolkit is, mostly, a simple XML-based RPG note app. It does an adequate job, and perhaps the developers will add more functionality. But as-is, IMO it's less useful than a folder in the cloud with text files and a free dice roller. Most of the app is note storage; the game systems are sets of XML templates. For example, in the Savage Worlds system, there's a tab for "Characters," and if you create a new entry in that tab you get, essentially, a blank character sheet, with spaces to enter attributes and so on. Note that no core material is actually included with the system — no core Edges and Hindrances, weapon statistics, monsters, etc. All you get are templates; you'll have to enter the data for these things on your own. This is a perfectly fine way to store notes. But the app design limits its usefulness, in two main ways. The app can read or import notes written on your computer — which is good, I'd hate to have to type all of this stuff in on my Nexus 7. But it can only read notes written in the app's custom XML format. And there's no way to export these notes.
New in v1.5.6:
* Under the hood change: Updated API information
* Fixed In-App Purchasing issues experienced by some users
* Tested on Google Nexus 5 phone (Kit Kat)
* Tested on Google Nexus 7 tablet (Jelly Bean)
* Tested on Samsung Galaxy Nexus D phone (Jelly Bean)
* Tested on Toshiba Thrive 10.1 tablet (ICS)