New Roll20 user, here, this character sheet is wonderful! I do have a question that I've been unable to find an answer for, though... Is there any way (possibly not through the sheet itself even) to identify equipment as having a carried/not-carried state dependent on another item of equipment, so that I can track when a character has dropped their backpack to be less encumbered in combat? (That is, is there some kind of container support available that interacts nicely with the encumbrance calculations on the sheet?) I really like the automatic calculation of encumbrance-by-weight-carried, as that's a segment of the game that's often ignored due to teduim or complexity. My players like to carry a lot of stuff, and will often possess enough equipment (bedrolls, rope, food, rope, camping supplies, rope, torches, rope, etc.) that they're generally walking around under a medium (or sometimes heavy) load, but have taken care to reposit most of their Standard Mundane Adventuring Gear in a container of some kind, a backpack or the like (we call them SMAG Bags), that can be easily dropped at the start of combat as a free action. I generally house-rule that, above level 1, this free action is something that all characters can (and are assumed to) do as part of rolling initiative. That said, I also like to track all of the weight they carry so that I can accurately track the effects of the stuff they've got if they're ambushed or otherwise find themselves in a situation where dropping things is problematic (if they're under flight over a river of molten rock, say, or underwater with no ocean floor readily apparent).