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Only if used with wet erase, perhaps. But the way I use it, it is always set out on the table to my left. I have a number of small six-sided dice in various colors that I use as markers.
Of course! Can't imaging NOT customizing a DMs screen, even if it is just putting post-it notes on a purchased one. I like the recent DMs screens from WotC (did *NOT* like any of its precursors) -- I have the one with the red dragon flying away griping a fighter in a claw -- but one you've DM'd for awhile you don't need to look up half the stuff printed on it. So I've pasted references I find more useful over the ones I don't need. In particular, I made a chart based on the DMG variant mob rules to easily determine how many of a particular enemy are needed for an auto hit based on AC.All of them custom-made, do they count?
Yep, this has been an issue for me too, which is why I appreciated the AngryGM’s idea (that this TimeTracker is derived from, and makes so convenient).This has really helped me remember to roll for random encounters, track status effects, and to generally track in-game time. I've been using it for a few months now. I found it when I was researching better method for tracking time before starting my current Rappan Athuk campaign. Wish I would have found it years ago.