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[D&D5E (possibly universal)] Update tools page with data regarding what the tools are actually useful for

<a href="" rel="nofollow"></a> The above link directs to the tool list for D&amp;D, but I notice that it lacks sorely in a lot of information that would be nice to have when deciding a characters tool proficiency in a campaign.&nbsp; Most of the hyperlinks of each tool is borderline copy-paste and doesn't detail what you can actually do in specifics with said tools. One instance being Cobblers tools - what can you do with them? Apparently you make shoes w/ them. That and other relating info is not present in about every other tool on that page, and it bugs me a good bit as I recently got the Crafter Feat, and have 3 additional tools to choose proficiency in. It is hard to do this when I do not know what most of the tools are useful for by name alone and must look up pages elsewhere for more data. I would appreciate adding the relevant information for these tools

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The page you linked is complete and not missing anything. This is what is in the physical copy of the Player's Handbook on that page. Roll20 probably cannot do anything to change the content of the book that is not theirs.&nbsp; Wizards of the Coast, the maker of the Player's Handbook, did not put much information regarding most tools in the Player's Handbook. And when they did expand on them they made them optional rules in Xanathar's Guide to Everything:&nbsp; <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a>
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