I'm not sure this is the right place but something seems weird with the way Hunter's Mark works with the 5E OGL sheet. When you drop the spell from the compendium into the sheet, it puts an entry into the "attacks and spellcasting" box. That's fine, but: - When you click on "Hunter's Mark", it rolls 1d6. This is technically wrong. Hunter's Mark only applies IF you hit. It's not an attack on its own. - The number of slots available decrements by one. This is correct the first time you cast it. But, the spell continues for an hour and can apply every time you hit. If you click on the spell in the "attacks and spellcasting" box to roll the die on every hit, you end up decreasing the number of slots available by one every time which is incorrect. - If the answer is not to click the spell when you get a hit, and to roll the die manually, then what's the point of putting the spell in the "attacks and spellcasting" box in the first place? This seems like a bug to me, or at least a poor implementation, or maybe misinterpretation, of the spell. Can anyone explain and make sense of this for me? Thanks.