We use fantasy grounds in the game I am part of on Fridays. And perhaps because it was the first software I was first introduced to, I am rather partial to it. Its reasonably user friendly, it doesn’t distort maps, and it has nice features.
I had already sort of decided to double down on FG support for my maps when the asshats at Roll 20 informed me that they don’t allow any maps made with Inkarnate, Dungeonfog, Dungeondraft, CC3, or other such mapping software in their marketplace. I mean, huh? I already suppose I had a bias against them because of some of the very negative things I had read on reddit but this sorta sealed my dislike.
Aaaaaanyway, like I was saying. I wanted to up my FG support so all maps I make from here on out, and some retroactively, will have FG support on my patreon. Working grids, line of sight, that sort of thing. And often variants. I saw the new lighting preview coming to FG soon and I am excited to play with it too!
Other than that, I have two Hero Kids adventures for sale now! One sorta Valentines like and the other a bit St. Patrick’s day like… because I usually find us playing Hero Kids as part of holiday activities anyway.
Back to mapping…