Metacreator & Call of Cthulhu
Alter Ego Software
Put the spark of life into your characters with Metacreator, the customizable application for creating roleplaying game characters. Metacreator with the Call of Cthulhu game system template includes data from Call of Cthulhu, 5th Edition and Delta Green, as well as The Keeper's Companion I, The Creature Companion and The 1920s Investigator's Companion.
Includes investigator occupations, weapons, spells, tomes, equipment and skills from 1890's, 1920's and present day. Includes Creatures, Deities, Beasts and Monsters and over 200 pictures. Calculates occupation and personal skill points and presents the appropriate selection list. Create encounter files that list all statistics for selected deities, monsters, personalities, etc. Create characters based on the deities, monsters, and personalities presented in the books for complete customization. Studying tomes automatically deducts SAN and increases Mythos knowledge and other skills, including skill checks for languages. Several forms of character sheets, HTML, and combat summary sheets are available as output. Customizable to add your own Call of Cthulhu data.
All of the Metacreator customizable capability is included in this bundle. With Metacreator you have complete control -- add your own races, classes, skills, feats. You can even create your own game systems! Includes Name Finder and Die Roller for d4, d6, d8, d12, d20, percentile dice or any non-standard value, with sound effects. Includes comprehensive, hyperlinked Help pages and an extensive User's Manual.
System Requirements: Windows 98/2000/NT/ME/XP; Disk space: 15MB; CPU: 200MHz/64M RAM; 800x600 screen
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