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Monk's Active Tile Triggers

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Latest version10.7
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Monk's Active Tile Triggers

Want to teleport, or open doors, or hide characters, or display a message, or play a sound, or change a token's elevation when a token walks over a tile... now you can.

 

You can set the triggering to be active or not.  If the tile is inactive, then nothing happens when a token walks over it.
Triggering of the tile can also be set to be triggered by everyone, or restricted to GM only tokens, or player only tokens.
The trigger can fire when a token enters to tile, or when they next leave the tile.
You can specify the chance that a tile will be triggered, so if the trap only has a 50% of working at any given time this is an option.

You can then add multiple actions for Foundry to take when a tile is triggered.

Current options allow you to:

  • Pause the Game,
  • Stop the Triggering token,
  • Teleport the token,
  • Show/Hide tokens or tiles.
  • Activate/Deactivate a Tile (usually used to deactivate the Tile once triggered),
  • Alter a Wall, Token, or Tile (true and fallse will be converted to boolean, numbers will set the attribute to that value, and '+ 10' or '- 10' will increase or decrease the value),
  • Play a Sound,
  • Change a door state (this is a short form of alter),
  • Show a notification,
  • Add a chat message,
  • Excute a Macro,
  • Roll on a Roll Table.
  • Add an effect to a Token
  • Move a Token
  • Reset the Fog of War
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Aurel Tristen
12 days ago

The most powerful module for non-programmers. You can ‘script’ all kinds of crazy things! Sliding statues, complex traps, whole cut-scenes! I automate the crap out of my games so I can focus on running them and enjoy the moment.
We’ll never forget the day the party worked their way through a room filled with magical invisible traps. Every wrong move resulted in a bone-crunching SNAP! and the trap would appear, roll and deal damage.

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