Well, I'm not interested in dice rolling. There are plenty of online dice rollers out there.masterlurker wrote:as long as it ships with a working dice roller it serves its purpose.
And I'm also not interested in a program that "serves its purpose"...
Most people would argue that things like ScreenMonkey serve their purpose....
I want something that not only does the job, but does it so well that it is worth the time and energy to use it.
My players don't like playing online. We resorted to that because we have few other options. We tried things like ScreenMonkey, but ended up going back to trying to play on the phone because it was actually easier to describe the visuals in detail with words than to use the tabletop software.
I'm only reading this forum because BRPG really looks like it would make playing online not only tolerable, but perhaps more fun than all other ways of doing it.
BRPG shouldn't only 'serve a purpose', it should revolutionize the industry, just as heruca told me he originally invisioned.