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    Pathfinder Combat Trackers?

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    I'm looking for a decent combat tracker that I can use for Pathfinder sessions. I am not concerned if the software/workbook costs money or is free, rather, I am interested in a rich feature set. If you know of such a tool, please share any info you have with me.

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    Without knowing what specific features you are looking for, I would suggest PCGen with the GMGen plug-in. It can track combats, including damage, spells, and roll attacks. Perhaps it would fulfill your need?

    Otherwise list out some of the specific features you are looking for and maybe someone will know of something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DMFTodd View Post
    Todd, What changes have you made to DM Familiar since the 3.5 heyday? I briefly used DMF 'back in the good ole days' and I was wondering what, if any, changes you have made to this project to support PFRPG?

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    I haven't made any changes to DMF for Pathfinder - none have been needed far as I know. I have released several datasets for Paizo APs. It would be nice to have all of the Pathfinder rules in DMF, that would be a community project though and no one has jumped up to do that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GodDelusion View Post
    Howdy,

    I'm looking for a decent combat tracker that I can use for Pathfinder sessions. I am not concerned if the software/workbook costs money or is free, rather, I am interested in a rich feature set. If you know of such a tool, please share any info you have with me.

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    The Gamemastery Combat Pad from Paizo is pretty good. I have it. It's magnetic, wipe and erase, has initiative trackers, room for notes, everything. Ingenious little product.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Banshee16 View Post
    The Gamemastery Combat Pad from Paizo is pretty good. I have it. It's magnetic, wipe and erase, has initiative trackers, room for notes, everything. Ingenious little product.

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    Thanks for the advice Banshee. I too own this product and have used it consistently since my purchase. However, I am looking for a software-based solution so that I can travel with my laptop and have everything I need right in front of me.

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    Thanks for the advice Banshee. I too own this product and have used it consistently since my purchase. However, I am looking for a software-based solution so that I can travel with my laptop and have everything I need right in front of me.
    The Tactical Console within Hero Lab is in many ways a souped up version of the Combat Pad. It offers full combat management, as well as the means for tracking damage, effects, conditions, etc. on all combatants. Outside of combat, it serves as a convenient "GM's cheat sheet", with all the particulars of each character visible (skills, saves, AC, etc.) or readily accessible via mouse-overs. You can take it for a free test drive and assess its usefulness for yourself.

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    Does anyone know a combat tracker that can be edited on the fly? Say I just want to enter their name, init, hp, ac etc and want to run with it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cronickain View Post
    Does anyone know a combat tracker that can be edited on the fly? Say I just want to enter their name, init, hp, ac etc and want to run with it?

    Take a look at Combat Manager maybe?

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