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This game system for Foundry Virtual Tabletop provides character sheet and game system support for the Fifth Edition of the world's most popular roleplaying game.
This system is offered and may be used under the terms of the Open Gaming License v1.0a and its accompanying Systems Reference Document 5.1 (SRD5).
This system provides character sheet support for Actors and Items, mechanical support for dice and rules necessary to play games of 5th Edition, and compendium content for Monsters, Heroes, Items, Spells, Class Features, Monster Features, and more!
The software component of this system is distributed under the GNUv3 license.
To install and use the DnD5e system for Foundry Virtual Tabletop, simply paste the following URL into the Install System dialog on the Setup menu of the application.
If you wish to manually install the system, you must clone or extract it into the
Data/systems/dnd5e folder. You may do this by cloning the repository or downloading a zip archive from the Releases Page.
Code and content contributions are accepted. Please feel free to submit issues to the issue tracker or submit merge requests for code changes. Approval for such requests involves code and (if necessary) design review by Atropos. Please reach out on the Foundry Community Discord with any questions.
To install this package, open your Foundry Setup screen and navigate to your System tab and click the Install System button.
From there, you can either search for the package unique name: dnd5e 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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A robust starting point. This is obviously a secondary focus compared to the development of Foundry itself.
Greater native support for active effects, (modded Dynamic ones or otherwise), and a character builder is desperately needed to let Foundry appeal to a wider audience who don’t want to “dive into the code”. Similarly, relying on the incredibly talented community of module developers to deliver this functionality cannot be the long term plan. Excited to see how this system matures.