Natha said: Helen L. said: +1 for this Lekgolo said: Feature Request: Multiple "Stowed Items" sections in the Inventory Brief Description : All stowed items are inside a container, usually a backpack or a bag of holding, but currently there's no way to indicate in what container is each stowed item, nor there's a way to put one item "inside" another. That makes very difficult to track where is every item, how much bulk is inside each container, and the actual bulk a character is carrying. My suggestion is to change the name of the "Stowed Items" section to "Items Stowed in X" where X is a field the user can modify. Also, allow users to create additional sections of this kind. This way a single character could have a section called "Items Stowed in Backpack", and another one called "Items Stowed in Bag of Holding". Adding an editable "capacity" and "negated bulk" fields to each of this sections would also be useful. The idea being that the difference between the negated bulk and the current capacity is added to the character's current bulk. For example, a backpack has 4 bulk of capacity but only negates 2 bulk, this means that a full backpack would only contribute 2 bulk to the character's carried bulk. In the end each stowed items section would ideally look similar to this but prettier: • Items Stowed in Backpack, Capacity: 3/4 bulk, Negated Bulk: 2 - Item 1 - Item 2 • Items Stowed in Bag of Holding, Capacity: 17/25 bulk, Negated Bulk: 25 - Item 1 - Item 2 Sorry to say that technically, Roll20 character sheets can't have repeating sections of repeating sections. Regarding negating bulk, the "capacity" field (which name can cause confusion, TBH) in stowed items settings do negate bulk. If the amount of sections can't change dynamically, just add 10 static stowed items sections (I doubt many characters will have more than 3 or 4 containers anyway), and let the user decide how many to show. This must be possible because the Spells tab already does this (the sections for innate, focus, cantrips, and normal spells can be turned on and off). Regarding the capacity field that's currently in stowed items, it's pretty much useless IMO, for two main reasons: 1. Characters don't stow containers, they wear them, this field should be in Worn Items to be useful (and a different, more descriptive name would also be appreciated). 2. Without a way to track what items are inside the container, the bulk calculations will always be off: if a character has a Bag of Holding I (capacity 25 bulk) partially filled (only 5 bulk inside), and also carries more stowed items outside the bag (in a backpack), the bag should only be negating the 5 bulk from what's inside it, ignoring the bulk from the contents of the backpack.