I have recently purchased the Dungeons & Dragons Monster Manual 5e Compendium, and it's not working quite the way that I envisioned. This is kind of an odd problem, and I couldn't find any solutions after searching the forums, so here goes: Let's say that I want to add a few goblins to my tabletop and start combat. I open the compendium, search for goblin, and drag the "Goblin" entry onto the tabletop map. Goblin token appears, HP are populated, but it's not linked to a character sheet. So there's a token, but its not linked to a sheet, so I have to do rolls and such manually. Now, if I do the same thing with the "Goblin Boss" entry from the compendium, a token appears, stats are populated.. AND I get a character sheet entry in my Journal with all of the attack macros that populate in the chat. Huzzah. It's the same thing with Orcs, Hobgoblins, Kobolds, etc. The "normal" Orcs compendium entries are not linked to a character sheet, but the Orc Warchief, Orc Eye of Gruumsh, etc. come with sheets. Normal hobgoblins don't have sheets, but the chiefs and warlords do. Normal Kobolds don't have sheets, but the flying Kobolds do. Is there some difference between these compendium entries that I am ignorant of? Is there maybe a problem with the character sheet I am using? I'm using the "D&D 5E by Roll20" Character sheet, which is supposed to be Compendium-Compatible, and it appears to be so, except for the generic low-level humanoid monsters... which is SUPER weird. Anyway, I'm sure it's something simple that I'm screwing up, if someone could hip me to a solution that would be neat.