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Suggestion - Subscription Levels to create custom character sheets

Hi, Today I thought about starting creating a new character sheet to be used by the community on Roll20, however, when I realised that you need the PRO subscription, I changed my mind. I don't know know how the custom character sheets end up on the community list to be used freely by everyone, so I will assume that PRO members create them, submit them and they become available. If that's the case, why not allow enthusiasts that would like to give free improvements to the community, create and test character sheets? Ok, it's Roll20 marketing strategy, fair enough. Could you them create a subscription level for those kind of things without any of the other benefits (like Dynamic Lighting or Transmogrifier , etc...). At least this way people could contribute to the community making your application even more awesome without having to pay for lots of things that they will not use. (as an example, I would love to contribute to the community but I simply don't use any of the additional features offered by the PRO subscription on my games. I simple don't need they. However, being able to create custom character sheets is something that would interest me.) It's a suggestion :) Many thanks, - Miguel
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