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Fantasy Grounds 5E Book of Lost Spells Effects Coding

Fantasy Grounds 5E Book of Lost Spells Effects Coding

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Fantasy Grounds 5E Book of Lost Spells Effects Coding

This a module for the Fantasy Grounds VTT software.

(This product contains CODING only and does NOT contain any spell descriptions from Frog God Games “Book of Lost Spells”.  That is a separate product.  This is an addendum for coding purposes only for Fantasy Grounds VTT. Just to be clear - in order to make full use of this module, you would need to purchase the Fantasy Grounds version of “Book of Lost Spells” as well.)

Why the high price?  There are 708 codes (most with multiple entries) and the price is calculated at .03 USD per coding set.  There are 708 x .03 = 21.24 (rounded to the next highest ninety five cent price point), so $21.95.  This is the same rough algorithm used for all the Rob Twohy (rob2e) coding structures.  It's a LOT of work to get this accomplished, but the whole idea is so that YOU don't have to do it.

Do you play or DM Fantasy Grounds D&D 5E?

This package delivers all of the coding effects for spells and PC sheet Actions tab in drag and drop format! DMs viewing the combat tracker will always know the status on any spell, where the effects are applied, and who the caster was if it is concentration. No more stopping your game to code spells. Drag, drop, KEEP PLAYING!

Fantasy Grounds coding for over 700+ spells done right.


Dragging the Shillelagh cantrip to the Actions tab on the PC sheet builds no effect.

This package will build effects as follows:

Cast: Melee attack + modifier

Dmg: 1d8 bludgeoning

Effect: Shillelagh; [SELF] (for 1 min)

With EACH spell that has or needs effects, titles are applied and concentration notes and times are provided.

Also for easier use for both players and DMs -

In the spell titles, there will usually be symbols.

This is the key for those symbols:

(60) - Range - this will be a range in feet 30, 60, 90, etc.

(S) - Self - sometimes listed with a corresponding range

(T) Touch

(C) Concentration

(B) Bonus Action

(R) Reaction

(RIT) Ritual

($) Component cost

(SD) for SHIFT DRAG effects explained in the module

This will be a great time saver for players and ESPECIALLY DMs!

I welcome suggestions and feedback. Please let me know. And feel free to adjust accordingly.



Any errors found, please let me know, I will publish corrections immediately!

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Patrick K February 13, 2018 7:59 pm UTC
I have both this and the Book of Lost Spells for Fantasy Grounds. I definitely want the encoding on my players sheets, but I also want them to have the quick, click the shield icon access to the full spell description so they know what their spells do without having to search them up in the Book of Lost Spells each time (previously, dragging their spells over to their sheet from the Book of Lost Spells also contained the description info). Is there a way to get the best of both worlds on a player's sheet without duplicating the spells from the different sources?
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Rob T February 13, 2018 8:25 pm UTC
Patrick, so that's a qualified answer. Yes and no. The "no" part is we could not include that as part of the coding because that is a HARD COPYRIGHT violation. Why would people need to buy the Book of Lost Spells if we included the description? We can only include the codings. The "yes" part is that you CAN (one by one if you so desire), open the spell descriptions form the version you own and COPY them into the coding version. A giant pain, but worth it if you need that.
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Jake H January 24, 2018 1:50 pm UTC
Will you be doing Elminsters Guide to Magic?
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Rob T January 24, 2018 4:08 pm UTC
Hi Jake, there are no current plans to do the codes for Elminsters Guide to MAgic, we haven't even secured the Fantasy Grounds conversion itself.
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Jake H January 25, 2018 12:22 am UTC
Ah alright! I understand, I wasn't sure if there was an FG conversion of that one or not.
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Rob T January 25, 2018 12:24 am UTC
Ask those authors for the FG conversion, might push it along.
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Jake H February 12, 2018 7:44 am UTC
I have asked them and they said that they do plan on it, so that's good!
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