Your most used accessories?

Morrus

Well, that was fun
Staff member
I appear to be addicted to Paizo’s flip-mats. They’ve become my #1 indispensable accessory.

I use both the Pathfinder ones (for any fantasy game) and the Starfinder ones (for any sci-do game). Just need some “modern” ones to finish off the set!

What accessories do you find indispensable?

(Anybody who says “dice” will be ejected into space).
 

blargney the second

blargney the minute's son
A few years back I picked up some Femo and made a variety of custom condition markers. They see use in almost every session.
 

lowkey13

I'm sorry, Dave. I'm afraid I can't do that.
I appear to be addicted to Paizo’s flip-mats. They’ve become my #1 indispensable accessory.

I use both the Pathfinder ones (for any fantasy game) and the Starfinder ones (for any sci-do game). Just need some “modern” ones to finish off the set!

What accessories do you find indispensable?

(Anybody who says “dice” will be ejected into space).
Dic.....

erm.....

A big cool bag to hold all of my things that shall not be named?


(All I require other than, um, platonic solids, are pencils, paper, and ... oh yeah ... DM Screen).
 
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Immortal Sun

Guest
One of these babies for tracking initiative. Also great for sharing secret notes and doodling images to help players visualize the area when not using a board.

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Ed Laprade

Villager
Dic… Aaaaaaaaa…!!!
Ok, it has already been done, but I thought of it before reading Lowkey's post.

For me, old adventure modules and a notebook.
 
Beer and snacks.

I use a battle mat and minis in conjunction with a big screen. I run Roll20 for images, handouts and world maps. It lets the players log in at anytime and read up on NPCs and stuff.

I have an app on my phone to quickly look up spells.
 

S'mon

Legend
Paizo blank flipmat, especially the Bigger Basic.

Big Book of Battlemats has seen a lot of use since Dragonmeet last year.

For my current Primeval Thule game, my Reaper human villagers minis seem to see use almost every session - as city folk, slaves, mad cultists, etc etc. The players demand that bartender mini!

Dry-erase marker pens snaffled from work.

Cider - Thatcher's Gold at my local, and Rekordlig in town. I love the pub that has draft strawberry Rekordlig!
 

Arilyn

Adventurer
Agree with Paizo flip maps. I have a stack of them, plus the little maps that came in the Pathfinder comics. I use them a lot.

My other "go to" accessory is index cards. They have a lot of uses from scene aspects in Fate to economical power and spell cards in F20 games.
 

5ekyu

Adventurer
I appear to be addicted to Paizo’s flip-mats. They’ve become my #1 indispensable accessory.

I use both the Pathfinder ones (for any fantasy game) and the Starfinder ones (for any sci-do game). Just need some “modern” ones to finish off the set!

What accessories do you find indispensable?

(Anybody who says “dice” will be ejected into space).
Same as you.

But also poker chips. They fit nicely under minis and I can place the same on a condition or spell card on the side for reference. I also have rings from rings binders - buy bags on Amazon cheap - for other effects.

Hershey's Kisses, two types, for fights where there are minions and we play "eat what you kill" rules.
 

Arilyn

Adventurer
Same as you.

But also poker chips. They fit nicely under minis and I can place the same on a condition or spell card on the side for reference. I also have rings from rings binders - buy bags on Amazon cheap - for other effects.

Hershey's Kisses, two types, for fights where there are minions and we play "eat what you kill" rules.
Yes, poker chips are super handy.
Hershey's Kisses. That's awesome. I'm definitely implementing "eat what you kill" rules.
 

pogre

Adventurer
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Kiss = small milk chocolate candy.

I use my Dwarven Forge pretty much every session. I also like the newish Monster Cards - use those a lot lately.
 

Roadkill101

Villager
A pair of Steelsqwire Flip-Mats and dry-erase markers, colored and especially lots of black ones (I put my groups characters sheets into sleeves, using the markers to track HP and other temporary conditions). I find that a d3, d5 and directionally labeled d8 make for nice accessories beyond the required polyhedral number generators.
 

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