keithcurtis said: Scott C. said: Steven, are you dragging the token from the compendium each time you need to place it? After the first time that you drag the npc onto the table, it becomes a journal entry and should be dragged from that in the future. Related to this: Suppose you drag a token from the compendium, let's say a wolf. That is now a journal resident in your campaign. If you make any changes to it, say change the stats or the token art, that changes your resident copy. By default, Roll20 will try never to overwrite your local changes. Even if you drag in a fresh wolf from the compendium, it will only place a copy of your local wolf character and token. To get the default again you will need to either re-name that local copy, or delete it from the campaign. I mention this in case the oddities you are seeing are related to this behavior. Excellent addition Keith, that is a less than obvious effect of how compendium entries are imported.