Making a Bard 3/Rogue 3 I noticed the following:
Jack of All Trades looks like its rounding up.
Expertise from multiples classes is not currently supported.
Spellcasting looks a bit weird.
I think it's another multiclass issue. The Bard 3/Rogue 3 has me selecting 5 cantrips when it should be 2.
Also the sample Wizard has a lot of spells. Wizards learn spells naturally at a rate 6 +2/level. An 8th level Wizard has a minimum of 20 spells. Presuming a Wizard adds only the highest level spells they have access to when they gain a level (the most cost effective approach to spellcasting, particularly for wizards who can't drop old spells when they learn new ones) that should break down to 8 @ 1st, 4 @ 2nd, 4 @ 3rd, 4 @ 4th.
The sample wizard has 32 (an additional 3 @ 1st, 4 @ 2nd, 3 @ 3rd, and 2 @ 4th above the maximum possible). Since it costs 50 gp/level and 2 hours/level to add other spells by my math the sample wizard has spent 1,400 GP on spells and 56 hours copying new spells to his spell book.
johnsolo said:Awesome tool, thanks for all the hard work.
The Warlock in the beta 1.08 version doesn't have the right spells lists for Cantrips, Spells, etc. (missing True Strike and others) there seem to be some spells there too that aren't even in the player's handbook (like Frostbite). Also it doesn't add spells from the Patron to the lists or number of spells known.
Like the previous comment, I too noticed that Feats don't translate to opening up skills, abilities, spells, etc. but really that is the last thing that needs attention, but would be nice (like Magic Initiate, Spell Sniper, etc.)
Looks great. Took it to my first Adventure league and worked perfectly. Only problem I have encountered so far is that I have not figured out how to enter the class for "magic initiate" feat so I can enter cantrips and spell for that class.
My biggest complaint? Entering the same character with each new version of the sheet. Arrgggghhhhhh....... But it's excel, no way around it.
Worth it, and it gets easier every time.
Just so you know, the bard spells for level two and higher aren't in the drop-down lists.
This is for version 1.11.
Thanks for the feedback. For the bard spells, do you mean the feature magical secrets, all class spells are not shown? If so, this is by design, any spell that is not in the class list (for any class/subclass) is not shown otherwise it is difficult to see which spells are from the class list (or subclass).
You must also be able to cast the level of spell for the dropdown to become visible.
if this is not what you meant, will need further details as I am observing the correct bard spells in the dropdown list for all spell levels in the spellcasting sheet