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The Many Faces of Chult

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Find new and exciting ways to explore the land of Chult by letting mother nature speak for you. 

Includes the Weather table known from Roll20's Tomb of Annihilation stream and the new race the Vajenga an ancient race home to the jungles of Chult.

This supplementary system to the Adventure Campaign, Tomb of Annihilation, offers a fully customized rollable table that'll help you simulate the weather found within these tropical regions. The design based on the climate of the West-African rainforest that surrounds the Kongo and as such can be used in any campaign that finds themselves in such a  tropical climate. All the mechanical effects that the table suggests are based on the Dungeons and Dragons 5th edition ruleset but should be easily adaptable to different systems. 

 
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Steve H August 15, 2020 12:23 am UTC
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I am running ToA on Fantasy Grounds and plan to make some roll-able tables using your pdf. With your permission I would like to publish my file for others to use in Fantasy Grounds. Please contact me either here or at SHowell7285@yahoo.com if this is permissible. I am only planning to use the Weather portion of your pdf and would include a link to this page in the description if you would like me to.
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Richard H May 25, 2020 6:19 pm UTC
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How can I enter the desciptions for each weather result on roll 20?
The Template provided in the document is great! but it gives {{description=}} line with no example so the text is just displayed in the returned result.

i.e Weather in chult
{{description=}}
Sunny with Showers.

How am I supposed to tie the desciption of, say, Misty to the roll table result for Misty? I'm very - confused but happy I bought this product!
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Wesley H June 18, 2020 1:49 pm UTC
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Hey Richard,

Sorry to be a bit late with my response (the last few months have been tumultuous for us all).
The description section for the macro in roll20 is where you call to the Random Table that you can build for it. The reference to a table in roll20 is written as "1t[Your-Table-Name]" and by wrapping it in double brackets (like this "[[ ]]") you can have the Macro roll on that table.

Sadly, there's no way in roll20 (that I know of) to tie this result to an additional database that can search and return descriptive text as an additional value. I suggest adding some short descriptive text after the weather nominator in the random table, that way you get the weather type and its effects. For example, instead of having a value in my random table that says "Heavy Rain", mine says "Heavy Rain || 150 ft. max sight except for huge+ objects". That way there's a quick reminder to the mechanical elements but you can of course also fill that with...See more
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