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Combat Tracker For Excel

Combat Tracker For Excel

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Running combat can be very tedious for a DM, especially when there are a large number of creatures at play and various spell effects, conditions, and saving throws needing to be tracked. This spreadsheet is designed to help keep track of all those things while cutting down on a DM's need to take long pauses to update their notes and records.

Quickly add and remove creatures during combat.

Distribute mass damage quickly using the targeting system. 

Add and Remove conditions and notes to creatures.

Keeps a record of combat in order to review when damage was dealt or a spell effect was cast.

Works great for the DM who uses a laptop.

Example Situation:

20 orcs show up to attack the party. Takes only a few seconds to add them. Simply click the Add Enemy Button, fill in 5 prompts (Name of creature, How many, Initiative, AC, Max Health), and all 20 orcs will be entered on the tracker. 

Cleric then casts Dawn on 15 of the orcs and damage needs to be distributed based on Success and Fail of saving throws. Simply place a 1 (Fail) or 2 (Succeed) in the target column of the orcs and click the damage targets button. The spreadsheet will distribute the full damage to the 1s and half damage to the 2s. Then click Delete Dead to clear away the dead orcs. 

An hour later in the game and having trouble remembering if the cleric is still concentrating on a spell. Simply go the "Records" Tab where all actions and rests are recorded. 

Compatibility

Excel 2010 and up

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Enjoy and hope it helps

 
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July 15th, 2019
Kind of wonky at first but ends being immensely useful, saves my group loads of time. [...]
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July 15th, 2019
My prayers have been answered! A little bit of a learning curve at first but after that this tracker has been very VERY useful to my campaigns. It makes managing battles so much easier even at a very fast pace. Along with that the history log will cont [...]
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