BK said: like having to re-save the API frequently b/c the dice roller stops working between weekly sessions. If I upload this new API, will it "break" anything?? That is a Roll20 thing not a Script issue. Rather than let 1000000000 of Script sandboxes live forever, if they are not in use they turn off. I do not know of a method to "keep them on" outside of waking up a new sandbox. That being said, BK said: . If I upload this new API, will it "break" anything?? I have done very little to the script itself, most of the work I have done is on the character sheet and fixing syntax errors within the script. As to "will it break anything", Until the version (184.108.40.206) is approved and made the "official" one, this is a custom script/sheet combo and must always be treated as everything able to go wrong. Even when it is approved whenever you are swapping from one sheet to another it should be done with the GM testing the new features in a separate campaign to ensure their other game will not be adversely affected. So, basically I do not have anything I can say or do, to guarantee no issues.