Trivia said: Hi Samuel - This module is created using the Roll20 Official sheet, which uses a different attribute set than the community sheet. From one TTRPG fan to another - If you feel that having all the maps set up with Dynamic Lighting and access to art tokens for creatures would be worth the purchase price, I would recommend picking them up and transmogging just the maps and token page into your current game. As you would not be using the creature sheets, setting up each creature with the community sheet would still be necessary. Thank you for checking in and I hope my answer helps you make a more informed decision :) The thing is, I've got a pretty large collection of tokens already, many of them done for the previous RotRL chapters or other Roll20 games I've run, so for the bulk of the creatures I already have art for (mostly obtained from various web sources). Because I can download these, I can also create real world tokens for the real table. Since for this campaign I'm using Roll20 to manage the GM side of things, most combat and exploration happens on the dining room table with real figures or tokens. I mostly just use the maps for keeping track of 'off table' or hidden monsters, or sometimes sharing a prettier overview of an area. Something like this: https://photos.app.goo.gl/5CJr4BHhwbsHFSS3A
Pretty much the only map I have to do which is detailed in the main adventure book is the Pinnacle of Avarice, and I have graphics for that already (there's some very nice maps for most of RotRL drawn up by various members of the community). Sketching up the lighting if I want to display it to the players is actually the easy part. The hard part I have left is finishing the stats for the final monsters - which this won't do for me. If there is extra artwork which I don't already have from the actual book which I can display to players to help set the scene, and maybe some sound tracks which aren't part of standard Roll20, then it might be worth it. The completely black box nature of it though means I'm very unlikely to splash down the price if all I'm going to get are some tokens and maps which I don't need. The other marketplace content allows you to see what you're getting - it's a real shame these campaign sets don't do the same.