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Leave your books, character sheets, and dice bags at home. Fight Club 5th Edition serves as a digital character sheet that can be all you need to play a Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition game.<br><br><br>Character Sheet<br><br>Everything you would write into a 5th Edition character sheet can be inputted into Fight Club. Set your basic character information (ability scores, skills, proficiencies, etc...) and all the stats will be automatically calculated. Any bonuses/penalties you receive through various traits and features can be also be set. And, if going completely paperless isn't allowed in your game, the app can also generate a printable character sheet PDF file.<br><br><br>Spellbook<br><br>Select from a large list of fully detailed spells and add them to your PC's spellbook. Select which are prepared for the day. Track spell slot usage. Everything you'll need for your sorcerers and wizards.<br><br><br>Equipment<br><br>Keep a list of all of your equipment and loot. All of your armor and weapons can be equipped and unequipped and with the tap of a button and stats, like armor class, will automatically change to reflect your current gear.<br><br><br>Dice Roller<br><br>All of your stats and attacks can be rolled with a tap of a button. Also included is dice calculator that allows you to input a custom roll. Need to roll 1d20 + 6d9 + Constitution modifier? Fight Club has what you need.<br><br><br>Compendium<br><br>A customizable compendium of content that by default includes all of the races, classes, backgrounds, feats, equipment, spells, and the monsters from the System Reference Document 5.1. This does not contain all of the official content from the Player's Handbook so you'll have to input any missing. To make adding easier, there is an Import feature through which you can type/copy content on your PC then transfer the file into the compendium. Fan made files are also available for download, so search online.<br><br><br>Premium Version<br><br>The app is free to download, but you are limited creating only one character and you will see a small advertisement at the bottom of the screen. Upgrading to the premium version with the in-app purchase will allow you to create unlimited characters and remove any advertisements.
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There are so many amazing features about this app, it would take several paragraphs to detail all of them, so I’ll keep it short and to the point. This app is, in my opinion, the best D&D companion app available. It has a compendium containing pretty much every spell, class, race, monster, beast, magic item, and rule you could want to look up, with just a few clicks. It has an extremely streamlined, efficient, and easy to use interface that makes every part of playing D&D easier. There is just one issue with this app, and it is very easy to fix. The base compendium that comes with the app is very lacking and incomplete. It is missing a lot of pretty basic things from the PHB, and almost everything from the other WOTC source books, such as Volo’s guide, zanathar’s guide, etc. However, this issue can be very easily remedied. Simply go to your internet browser on your phone, search Fight Club 5 Lions Den compendium files, and you can download the full compendium from a large number of safe sites. Once you do that, this app is quite literally the best one available. I would 100% recommend this app to anyone that plays D&D, and the dungeon master edition by Lions Den is also extremely useful and amazing. Thanks Lions Den for this truly wonderful tool. I took joy in purchasing the full version to help support your future endeavors.
Fight club 5E is a useful tool for D&D players as it’s essentially your character sheet but on your phone. It works perfectly and has little to no issues, but the issues that are present is large. FC5 does not update the app with new subclasses, weapons, magic items, etc from new supplements. You only have the base tools from the PHB. Everything else you must go out of your way to seek out, and with new UA and supplements that introduce spells and the such it means you must add the spells on your own, copy and pasting it. As for subclasses, I have not found a way to go on and add them so let’s say I like the Revived Rouge, I have to make a whole new class that applies for that character only and as I level up and get features I have to add them, but they won’t be present for other classes. If your like me and willing to put in the work then this is not a significant problem, but I know in my group people won’t use it because of such problems (and they are too hardheaded to accept change) another problem which is present is that for certain class features not working one such thing is the Monks Unarmed Damage the being changed from 1 to a die the app will not recognize this, And won’t recognize the monks unarmed strike as a finesse, which leads to a lot of hassle if you do not know all of the the numbers by heart. Other then those small issues the app is fantastic and something I would recommend to everyone who plays D&D 5E
I just started using it, so I am not quite familiar with the controls or layout yet. It’s not super user friendly, but it seems like it has just about every option I’ve looked for so far. The base version has enough to learn the app, but not enough to build a character outside of the few spells/attributes that come included, which are very few. I had some small troubles, like figuring out how to level up my character for example, and some things are clunky, like it doesn’t seem to add the human +1 or your racial bonuses automatically - maybe it’s just I haven’t figured that out yet, but at our table session last week my friend commented as much. Either way, I want this to sound positive because I really like the app, it is definitely worth buying the full version, especially because it has the ability to add custom and home brew content, also which I have not done yet. Get it! It’s all you need once you load up the chunk of content you get from google searching “fight club 5 compendium”. 5/5 would rate again.
I like this app so far despite that I'm new I've seen videos and good reviews on game master and fight club apps and i think they are good apps and so far for me they are good apps but weirdly enough i keep getting this issue when exporting and importing files and its weird i cant tell if its intentional or if its buggy but i transferred one character and their spells weren't added. Plus other stuff but I cant remember now. Another issue is i have adobe acrobat and I'm easily able to read the character sheet pdfs yet the one you get from making a character in fight club doesn't actually work. Its a bit buggy and shows that i have saving throws and other stuff but not actual showing what the stats are. Example: Saving throws (Blank box) just says saving throw. It occasionally works and shows some of the stats but its only getting worse. If possible can u guys fix export/imports? P.S. Mainly applies to player characters from fight club and fight club character sheets (the one u turn into a pdf). Backup systems good. Its saved my backups i dont know if characters are good on that or just as broken but thats on the same app so it most likely works and thats not import. But good tho. Im mainly having issues with Exports/imports backups are fine. And the app itself is great! So keep up the great work! Big thumbs up from me I'm even considering on getting premium. :)
I’ve recently just started playing D&D 5e and a friend of mine turned me on to this. I can concretely say that this is the best character creator app i have come across. The system is simple and intuitive. While the appearance is aesthetically pleasing. But like all things it is not without its flaws. The Compendium is sorely lacking in many respects, it is presented lacking even the completed class information from the players handbook. While the bonus material from Xanathars Guide, Unearthed Arcana, or even The Monster Manual is understandably absent the lack of even the base material screams lazy to me. This lack of information is billed as a feature, where you can add your own home brews in addition to the cannon material, but is frustrating in many regards. You can obtain completed or mostly completed Compendiums online from people who decided to do the work for the developer but obtaining the files and adding them to the app is often unintuitive and aggravating for those of us less technically inclined. All in all i would recommend this app for beginners and for quick character builds.
Developed by Lion's Den.
Fight Club 5th Edition is ranking in Utilities & Board & Role Playing & Games
Last update was at Nov 27, 2019and the current version is 3.5.
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Fight Club 5th Edition have a 2 742a user reviews.
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