Stephen C. said: Valys said: A lot of these suggestions create different problems for the DM: Players set their own linked bars/colored circles - I use these already to do things like making sure every player can see health and knows who needs healing. If players can mess these up, it's more work for me to fix it. To be clear, players CAN already mess with these, they just can't save the changes to their default token. Players can modify the token name. This doesn't sound like it would create a problem, but a lot of players use very very long names, and that overlaps with nearby token names...so I frequently need to reduce this to a first name or nickname. I do this as part of my 'routine' when I set up a new player token with vision. This has got to be the least annoying part of setting up a token. Having to click 'show name' in two different places on two different tabs to get that to display for everyone....yeah that's the fussy part. The concern here is if you enable these, you'd need settings so that DM's can disallow them. These are issues with players being disruptive. You could make the same arguments for the drawing tools, saying that by not restricting them to GMs only, you're opening the door for players to draw dicks on the battle maps. But in most cases, this isn't an issue, and giving players a little bit of power and trust far outweighs the risks of what the players might do. Will have to agree... I am pretty sure players can learn to do their own health and such. They should be able to save it, because that honestly just makes it easier for a GM. The name issue.. I have seen crazy long noble names... but I feel like a lot of those characters are 'troll' characters. At least from my experience. As I wouldn't probably have them in the game, unless they simplified their name to the main one. And with the cheating? Uh. You will know first of all, and that is an easy way to find out and have a talking to, or kick someone from your game. You can cheat already in the game with various things, just sounds like hogwash to me as an excuse not to use such a good feature.