Raise your army of orcs and goblins. Included in this set are 14 characters that have been modeled in 3D before being converted to easy to use tokens. All tokens come in three styles; isometric, top down and front facing. In addition, the isometric tokens come with four angles, so with the usage of a simple rollable table, you can have your tokens always face the action! Lastly, portrait art for the characters is included so you can do even more to bring the characters to life.
Rollable tables are an easy, but not too commonly used feature of Roll20. The following are instructions for using rollable tables to set up a multi-sided token for the isometric tokens.
1) Click on the "Collection" tab. (Three dots with three lines)
2) Click the "+ Add" button.
3) Click on "new-table" at the bottom of the list.
4) Rename it as you please (normally the name of the character).
5) Click the "+ Add Item" button.
6) Return to the art library tab and drag the first isometric token to the "Drop a file" box.
7) Click "Save Changes".
8) Repeat for all four angles.
9) Click "Save Changes" again now click "Token" on the newly created rollable table.
10) A new token will appear on the screen. Make all of the desired changes to the token (assign character sheet, set up lighting options, etc...).
11) Set the new token as the default token on the edit screen of the desired character sheet.
12) Now with the newly saved token, right click on it and choose "Multi-Sided" and then "Choose Side".
Another little know feature of roll20 is that player avatars can change based off of the token that is selected. Using the portrait art included in this pack, you can show your players exactly who they are talking to.
1) Under the journal tab, click on the character of your choice and click edit.
2) Under the word "Avatar", mouse over the image and click "remove".
3) Drag the desired portrait art to the now empty box.
4) At the very bottom of the chat tab, next to the "send" button, there is a drop down menu.
5) From the drop down menu select the character that you just updated the avatar art for.
6) The art above your player name should now change.
Please note, that "player avatar size" under the game settings section must be anything besides "names only" for this to work.
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