anagran said: Brett M. said: Hopefully this is the right place to post this, as it deals with the OGL sheet. Anyway to have NPC names not show in the chat rolls (see attached), other than obviously whispering the rolls? If you see below, I didn't want the players to know this was a doppleganger (the doppleganger was current morphed to a drow), but when I first rolled an attack -- there it was ("Doppleganger") :< . PCs can control this in the OGL by setting "Add Character Names to Templates" to "Off". I can't see a similar option for the NPC. Thanks! I've run into the same issue and looking for a solution as well. Thanks! anagran - the only work around I have is to rename the Name on the NPC Options in the Character Sheet to "Drow" or whatever you're OK with the party to see, as that's where the rolls pull the "name" from, like this: This is a NPC sheet for a Doppleganger and all the stats are for a Doppleganger, but I've manually edited "Name" to be "Drow" so now when this NPC attacks, the party sees "Drow" -- which is what the party would describe the character as. The downside is if the Doppleganger shifts (unknown to the party) I'll have to remember to change that (or tell the party it's a mistake if it shows "Drow"). Equally, if you know Lost Mine, there are some cultists, and maybe you originally don't want the party to know they are cultist (the adventure is written that the cultists readily admit they are cultists to the party, so I'm just making up a second example). So again, you'd ensure the "Name" field is changed to... "Humans", etc., and similarly for any other NPC that may be attempting to hide their real nature from the party. (So don't write in "This is the bad guy the party is looking for but doesn't know what he looks like" :> .) I give Roll20 a solid 8 out of 10, so sometimes we have to dig to find workarounds for these one or two things :> . I hope that helps!