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Realm Works has an improved relationship Link Web View. Much better!

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Realm Works have released the first lot of content! And it's free! 
Free content is available now to all Realm Works users! Go get yours!

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I spent some time looking into functionality that Realm Works offers in relation to setting up random tables. Turns out you can integrate other popular random table generators allowing you to launch random tables from within Realm Works giving you the results you need quickly and efficiently.

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Did you know it's possible to launch Spotify songs and playlists from Realm Works! This means you can pre-plan your audio needs in your session prep to ensure your games run as smooth as possible.

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Realm Works Now Supports Copying, Exporting and Importing of Realms!

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Realm Works Now Supports Copying, Exporting and Importing of Realms!

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After 2 years of using this application as a DM I finally got around to setting it up for use as a player.

In this video I show setting the content that my DM enables up as a digital spell book and a digital PHB. Giving me a host of features to make finding the content i need easier and quicker.

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In this video I move to the other side of the DM screen and give a tour of Realm Works from a player perspective. See how it can be used as a player character as an encyclopedia of the locations you have visited, NPC's you have met and even a full database of mechanics for the game system you play.

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I have begun building a modular village to supplement my terrain. Have to hand it to Bruce Hirst. His molds always amaze me. Looking forward to having at least 10 buildings and creating a little village :)

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A simple application that can be used to quickly whip up better looking tokens for your games in Roll20, Fantasy Grounds, MapTools, etc.

You can even print them off, cut them out and stick them to a round base (washer?) to create physical tokens.
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