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Are you an avid user of both D&D Beyond and Foundry VTT? Do you want to seamlessly integrate both tools into your regular DMing workflows? VTTA.io: D&D Beyond Integration helps you to achieve that goal.
Versioned entities When the parser improves it will be run against all known monsters, spells and items locally on my development environment. Chances are that one fix for a monster affects others, still undetected discrepancies on other monsters. All affected monsters will be examined closely, and only good changes will result in an parser update, effectively increasing the version number for each affected monster by one.
Having a version assigned to them, the tools will now detect outdated entities present in your Foundry VTT server and update them automatically for you. Just use the tools, Foundry VTT and D&D Beyond and VTTA got you covered to keep you updated for you.
Batch imports: Monsters, spells and items can now be imported in batch. Simply browse to a listing page, filter to your likeing and start the batch import. If the listing consists of multiple pages, they will all traverse until every entity is imported in your game.
There are no restrictions. These set of tools were made by the fantastic supporters of my Patreon campaign and while the campaign still runs, it's now only an opt-in - a pledge is not required to utilize the complete set of tools.
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: vtta-ddb 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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