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Homebrewing spell help


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Hello, Im wanting to homebrew some spells. I recall a spell formating program somewhere. You just type your info into each potion of the spell statblock and it auto formats it for you. the only problem is i cant seem to find the program anymore. Anyone have any ideas where it might be?


bunp


I'd love to see that too.

Currently, I just keep a google doc file with a few blank spell stat-blocks, copy-paste it and fill in blanks.


Yeah thats what ive been doing as well. i had the program p mentioned on my laptopfor a time but i had to reformat and now i cant find it anywmore.

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