Foundry Hub is a community-operated website. It was created by JDW and is managed by a team of volunteers. If you wish to know more about the team or want to help us, please visit this page.
The server’s costs are currently paid by JDW. We are starting an Open Collective page to be able to get help from our users in order to keep this website running and ad-free. If you like this community, please consider helping at https://opencollective.com/foundry-hub
Endorsements are a way for users to express their appreciation to a creator or a package. They work similarly to a Facebook “Like” with the added benefit of being timestamped. This allows us to differentiate between older and already popular packages and new entries getting some recognition.
Once logged into your account, you can endorse an unlimited number of creators or packages. You can find the list of your endorsed packages in your profile. You can set this list to private if you do not wish for other users to see it.
The articles are written by members of the community. They can be regular contributors, and therefore part of the team or simple members of Foundry Hub. Before getting published, all articles are reviewed, edited, proofread, and designed by our team.
All you have to do is click on the “Write an article” button on the front page and follow the instructions. That’s it!
You can subscribe to the #foundry-hub channel on the Foundry VTT Discord. Set your notifications to “all messages” to get notified each time we publish a new article.
We do not accept any sponsored content. We do, however, highlight the work of creators, publishers, or companies when it can be beneficial for the community. Never for money or any other advantage.
This term has a special meaning on Foundry Hub. We use it to designate any individual or team of individuals making “content” for Foundry VTT. We do acknowledge that developers create things. However, it was the best we could come up with to differentiate between content creators and modules/systems/tools makers.
Follow the instructions after clicking on the “Add a creator” button on the Creators page.
If you are creating content that we can use inside Foundry, you can become a creator. By “content”, we mean any type of artistic assets, like maps, music, tokens, adventure, etc.
Trending packages are packages that got endorsed by a significant number of people in recent days.
We only list public packages, available either on the official website or on The Forge. Is this package made public? It is respecting intellectual property laws?