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Anima Beyond Fantasy: Character Sheet Question

I'm currently converting my DnD 5e campaign to Anima Beyond Fantasy and I noticed as I am making my first monster that the description of an attack does not show with the attack. It seems you can't even link advantages, disadvantages, etc as well like you can in Dnd 5e's sheet. I'm wondering if there is a solution to this at all, or I'll just have to literally describe every single thing a creature does. No idea when/who created the sheet or if it's even being updated, just felt like I needed to ask.
The sheet is not automated on the  advantages, disadvantages part. Every time you set on you need to explain what happened to the sheet and you need to set the effect on that one.  But I don't understand your problem with the attack ? You speak about a description which should be show when you roll the action ? 

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📜🗡Andreas J.🏹🎲
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If you're talking about a problem with the D&amp;D 5E sheet, it might have been fixed with today's update: <a href="https://app.roll20.net/forum/post/9043456/release-note-for-august-6-2020" rel="nofollow">https://app.roll20.net/forum/post/9043456/release-note-for-august-6-2020</a>

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Sorry should've clarified. D&amp;D 5e's sheet has always been fine when I use it. What I was talking about was rolling an attack on the Anima Beyond Fantasy Sheet like this: The description at the bottom of the attack isn't showing whenever the attack is rolled, unless the line where I have the name is supposed to be where the description is? Edit: D&amp;D has the option to link features and such by clicking the speech bubble where as Anima doesn't for it's advantage/disadvantages: For the attack, whenever you roll an attack in D&amp;D you can place the description at bottom of the attack and it will always show with the attack roll while Anima doesn't.