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D&D / TTRPG - Party Ledger - Coin Calculator

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An Excel tracker for your party's shared inventory, and most importantly a calculator to divide that glittering hoard of gold and miscellaneous copper fairly and on the fly without having to halt your questing. Useable for both DM's and party members.

Comes with:
- Inventory space for treasure items, miscellaneous (magic) finds, spell scrolls
- Coin calculator for projected and actual shares of gold
- Modifiers fields for:
     - Percentage of treasure for shared party fund
     - The party members the currency is shared between
     - Any NPC share that should be deducted
- Automatic weight calculation for the diehard encumberance players, don't let that Bag of Holding rip
- Plenty of free space to mess around in on your own accord

Changelog v1.02 11-05-2020:
New: 
- Added Readme
- Text in bold to explain certain tables and give instructions
- Expanded the individual sheets to allow for character coin tracking. Includes dedicated rows for each coin to allow for simple adding. 
(Does not automatically exchange currency)
- 'Effective' amount of Gold Pieces as calculated from the exchange rate for individual coin types. 
(1pp = 10gp, 1sp= 0.1gp etc), added to both the Party Funds on 'Main' and individual sheets.)
- Coin weight on 'Main' and individual sheets to make sure that precious bag of holding doesn't rip and your back doesn't buckle. Might expand on this later.

Changelog v1.03 13-05-2020:
Fixes:
- Formula fix on individual sheets. They should now take the entire table into account when a new value is entered in them.
- Readme correction

New:
- Instruction video on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BqijOpxTV1M

Any and all tips for future updates are very welcome.

Author note:
I always felt that dividing the treasure from the Dragon's hoard between members was the most time-consuming effort in any session, even with a calculator. I couldn't find a proper tool for it so I made one myself. I hope you'll find that it'll help you keep track of your party's possessions as a character or player alike. If you find out it helps you out, consider a donation, as some hours of work went into this. Otherwise I'll be glad if it fills a gap as a tool you sorely needed.


 
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Tom G May 13, 2020 5:59 pm UTC
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This is a great tool that allows you to easily enter incoming treasure and automatically distribute it to individual party members or a party fund. It's got a little bit of a learning curve (though when I got it there wasn't the YouTube video, so that may make it much easier!), but the creator was amazingly accessible and helpful in helping me figure out how all the cells/formulas work and stop me from accidentally deleting cells with formulas in it. If you're anything beyond a beginner on Excel, it shouldn't be hard at all. Anyway, as I said, great tool to track both incoming and outgoing treasure. Will make managing money for parties much easier and math free!
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