ON-SCREEN DM-SCREENThis page is packed with information useful when running a game. There are a lot of hidden links and boxes (so as not to destract from quickly reading tables), but you'll get used to where they are once you've found them.
As always I'm open to suggestions about how to improve the On-screen DM-screen.
The page is best viewed in 1280 by 1024 resolution but should work on lesser resolutions.
SITE SEARCHThis search lops through an array of all the anchors in the SRD, so if you're trying to find something, but can't remember where it is use the search, chances are it'll show up. The really neat thing is that it uses the actual anchors, so if you're searching for the rules for turning undead, it'll take you right to them. Please note that the search might take a while and the top result might not be the most relevant.
SPELL SEARCHNeed to find all spells with the evil descriptor? Need to know what spells you can cast while bound? The spell search loops through an array and displays spells that match your criteria in a neat list.
POWER SEARCHThe power search does the same as the spell search for psionic powers.
MONSTER SEARCHSomehow your players ended up in the desert, and you're not sure what they could encounter there. With a few quick clicks you'll find an array of monsters. This is just one of the features of the monster search.
SPELL, POWER, AND MONSTER INDEXSometimes the search doesn't cut it. These are sortable table containing the spells, powers and monster respectively and various characteristics about these. Click the headers to sort the table by that criteria. Please note that the tables are quite long, so sorting might take a while.
DiceSageThis is a dice roller mainly for making many rolls at once or for simplifying the math.
You place the roll in brackets like this: [3d15] This will roll 3 15-sided dice, and display the individual results and the sum of the results, as well as any text you have put outside the brackets. Notice that dice of any size can be rolled.
You can add a single number to the roll (i.e. [3d15+10]) this will add 10 to the end result, not the individual rolls.
Finally, you can make multiple rolls at once (i.e. [5*3d15+10]) This will roll [3d15+10] 5 times and display the results underneath each other.
The window will expand to accomodate results up to a certain limit.
Tip: When preparing an adventure make a list of the expected rolls, so you can quickly copy them into the roller. This is also true for players, for example their primary attack, or the damage of their fireball.