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A visualized slot system. Trading/Inventory system.

Grand Maître Chat
Marketplace Creator
I saw this idea on Reddit and I thought it would be amazing to have this on Roll20. So&nbsp;a slot system to help visualise how much you can equip and transport. So you know how you can create a table with the text editor, well it could be like and the DM could ''Add item'' with any shapes he want and give it to the player. And from there the player can manage his loot and stuff like he want (just like Escape from Tarkov for example) One step further, the idea of trading stuff just like in a RPG with a character or a container where you select what you want to move and just have to drag-and-drop. Here's pictures to better see what I mean. What do you guys think? <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a> <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a> <a href=";s=6cd185efd642dc1df96b74824434de318f1b8b4e" rel="nofollow">;s=6cd185efd642dc1df96b74824434de318f1b8b4e</a>

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Sheet Author
This sort of thing is already possible, but would have to be built into each character sheet.&nbsp; I can't remember the name, but I know one of the science fiction sheets already uses this sort of thing for ship configuration. Edit:&nbsp; It is the Free Spacer sheet. <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a>
Grand Maître Chat
Marketplace Creator
Okay thank you I'll look into it
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