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This module allows you to enable automatic population of loot on monsters and NPCs in 5e.
The module is heavily inspired by LootSheetNPC5e and also is only really useful when using this in tandem.
As LootSheetNPC5e adds the capability and permission handling for players to actually loot items from token/actors.
Also recommended is the use of better rolltables, it will greatly improve you experience when working with rolltables.
Allows you to have automated random loot on NPCs when dropping them on the scene. If installed and activated, it can make use of better rolltables.
Tables can be chosen from World and Compendium.
Table priority when populating a token
Tokens will not be populated when
Above behavior is especially usefull when you have macros that convert a monster to a lootsheet after and encounter.
These macros often expect the sheet not be a npclootsheet when clicking the macro.
(i) Click the screenshot to open bigger version
On the left is the sheet of a token that was droped on the scene. The right sheet is the original sheet directly opened from the actor.
To install a module, follow these instructions:
If you have any suggestions or feedback, please submit an issue on GitHub or contact me on Discord (JackPrince#0494).
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: lootpopulatornpc5e 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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