Kurt J. said: Mark K. said: Theodore S. said: Mark K. said: I couldn't find anything on the wiki or on the forums - Is there a way to use conditionals with rollIDs from repeating tags? For example, if I repeat an attack for the number of targets selected, could I check each hit individually? Best I can tell is that all of the attacks are resolved before any conditionals, so the rollID only holds the last roll. Not truly sure what you are asking. If you have multiple targets, you can easily do multiple rolls using individual rollIDs, i.e. $Roll1, $Roll2, $Roll3, etc. and each attack will be checked individually. Right, but I would have to name each rollID individually, probably in separate tags. This would be a pretty annoying process for large bursts. Using the repeating tag modifier (i.e. --Attack#) would be much easier. What I can't figure out is how to access the number I am currently on (4/7 total or something like that), in a way that allows me to make a rollID specific to that roll. EDIT: Separate question that would also work for my purposes - can you recursively call a template from a template? The multiple roll IDs turned out to be very easy to implement, so I updated the development gist with them (didn't bump the version number, but bumped the update date).. Templates cannot be called recursively, as they are processed as a group (all of the templates are loaded and inserted into the card before any processing is done. Template tags inside templates will just produce a visible "template" line with the parameters on it. Wow, thanks for the quick update! So what is the syntax on that? If I use "--Attack#5:| [[ [$SomeID] 1d20]] " do I later reference it as "--?? $SomeID_1.total > X ?? Do Something" ? Also does this work with all tags? If I did attack#5, then someothertag#5 could I access the old IDs the same way? Really excited to use this new feature!