Alex said: Arashi said: Just adding my voice to the mix as a DM new to Roll20. My biggest disappointment with the Roll20 platform thus far is the lack of tools for customizing (or in the case of one of my campaigns, creating) a compendium. Had I done my homework prior to investing a year's Pro subscription and a couple hundred in marketplace assets, I probably would have opted for a different platform like Foundry. This will be a major consideration ten months from now when I'm faced with the decision of whether to continue my subscription. Other than this, I've been quite satisfied with the tools provided as well as the Roll20 community in general. But as a DM whose campaigns are heavily homebrewed, a customizable compendium would be quite useful. Same here. Why would I bother paying $99/year for an inferior platform when I can purchase Foundry for $50. Jesse said: It's a lot more difficult if you expect to be able to drag and drop things from your custom compendium onto a character sheet and have them apply relevant adjustments accordingly, for example. To say nothing of creating the hyperlinked type of structure between hundreds or more compendium elements. I agree it should be a high priority project for Roll20, especially if they want to incentivize paid subscriptions more, but it's not a simple, few lines of code, undertaking. There is already a toolkit and system in place for custom compendium creation, but it is only available for people looking to put content up for purchase. This feature is a must. I like roll20. I don't want to switch, but I will if this product isn't up to par. I switched, it was not easy, it was a lot of work, but now i just regret to not have switched earlier.