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    Quote Originally Posted by Taj Calvin View Post
    This one doesn't seem to do anything. We tried it a few times. Thought it would be useful for spell damage, which isn't set up in FG for our campaign (Ring of Fire, specifically).
    It does, as you can see from the graphic. The first roll in chat is the damage roll untargeted. The second and third are the result of dragging that damage from the chat and dropping it first on the CT and secondly on the token.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LordEntrails View Post
    This functionality is going to be ruleset dependent. It definitely works in 3.5/PF/5E and some of the more automated rulesets. Never heard of Ring of Fire so suspect it won't work there.
    So we're playing 5E. Ring of Fire is the spell that was cast, but since we haven't set up the spell stuff we're having to do the damage and rolls manually. I guess what I read was that after rolling the damage die the caster should be able to drag that roll onto the target and it would apply the damage. Am I reading this wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LordEntrails View Post
    This functionality is going to be ruleset dependent. It definitely works in 3.5/PF/5E and some of the more automated rulesets. Never heard of Ring of Fire so suspect it won't work there.
    So we're playing 5E. Ring of Fire is the spell that was cast, but since we haven't set up the spell stuff we're having to do the damage and rolls manually. I guess what I read was that after rolling the damage die the caster should be able to drag that roll onto the target and it would apply the damage. Am I reading this wrong?

    OK, just looked at your jpg and we haven't been rolling anything that says "Damage roll", it was just a bunch of dice. I'll have to play with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taj Calvin View Post
    So we're playing 5E. Ring of Fire is the spell that was cast, but since we haven't set up the spell stuff we're having to do the damage and rolls manually. I guess what I read was that after rolling the damage die the caster should be able to drag that roll onto the target and it would apply the damage. Am I reading this wrong?
    See what Mr. Z wrote. He understood what you were saying while I apparently did not

    I'd also suggest you check out the Discord channel, I bet someone can walk you through how you want things set up so that you can benefit from the tip

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    Aha. It works. Tried it with a random attack against a zombie when it wasn't my turn, not targeted, then immediately healed it using the CTRL option. Queried our spell-caster and he doesn't have the spell in his character sheet in FG so is just doing it all manually.

    Thanks for all the cool tips and quick responses.

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    Hi

    I may have some tip/trick for people who want to have a bit more complex /die or /mod etc. macros. Therefore the following is maybe not really useful for everyone but I still wanted to mention it (I didn't find that advice yet, sorry when already mentioned)

    In FG many codes are triggered by specific strings in the variables of the chat messages like [HEAL] (definition for being a heal), [TYPE: slashing] (for damage types) and so on, you surely have seen these (these are now examples of 3.5e/PF1; you may have to adjust these strings depending on your ruleset.)

    Macros allow descriptions, you can use these specific strings to trigger something in the code like resistances (but try it out first, may depend on the ruleset and how it is coded as mentioned), e.g. (Deekin is immune to criticals in that example, I used /die d11 [TYPE: fire,critical] to simulate a d11 with fire and critical as damage types. Then pressed enter and Drag&dropped the number onto Deekin's wound field)


    This also works in weapon names in 3.5e such that they suddenly heal with [HEAL] in their name



    You may have to play a bit around, depending on your ruleset Maybe someone finds that useful, only a very little and funny gimmick; sorry when you think that it doesn't completely fit to that thread

    Have fun
    Last edited by Kelrugem; November 18th, 2019 at 00:32.

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