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This module adds the functionality of difficult terrain to any ruler created! Customizable hotkeys to increase/decrease the multiplier.
It seems like Difficult Terrain and Show Drag Distance currently don't work together (not sure if it's the FoundryVTT or SDD update). I am thinking about better solutions to integrate modules which extend the ruler class.
This module is somewhat compatible with Show-Drag-Distance version 2.1.4, there are a few bugs, but I am not sure if those are on my end.
Future releases of Show-Drag-Distance may breaks this compatibility, just remove "DragRuler" in this case (difficult terrain module settings).
Basic Terrain Layer support got added with 1.0.4! It is not perfect as you have to set waypoints before entering/exiting different terrain layers, else the first value will be calculated into the whole ruler!
A ruler path segment going over a terrain layer will enforce its multiplier on this segment, other parts can be adjusted with hotkeys
A guide with 2 more gifs will pop up in Foundry as dialog, or can be found on GitHub.
(With Terrain Layer compatibility enabled)
Both issues happen because the path does not get calculated the same way how the highlighted ruler path is calculated.
Fixed issue with scene changes (possible only when scene changes grid type) breaking this module
Fixed issue with alternative movement rules
This change should also greatly boost the compatibility with other game systems!
To install this package, open your Foundry Setup screen and navigate to your Module tab and click the Install Module button.
From there, you can either search for the package unique name: difficultterrain or copy its manifest URL:
And paste it to the input box at the bottom of your window.
You can install this package directly to your Forge account.
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