Re: [nbos] Carrying less physical stuff to gameAlan Chambers Thu Jun 24th, 2010
Yep. I'm on the same quest. Carrying everything I need to sessions is a lot
easier since I started buying books on PDF's. With Foxitreader make copies
of the tables and pictures I need so I can just print a few pages to pass
around. right now I'm playing around with Battleground Virtual tabletop.
already I can see Projector for my laptop in my future. Maybe next spring.
When I add up all the money I spent on Miniatures over the years the
investment doesn't seem to bad.
On Thu, Jun 24, 2010 at 11:57 AM, Doug Jessee <ldjessee-at-gmail.com> wrote:
> I am on a search to lighten my load when traveling to run a game.
> This is not a solution when I run at home, where my library, computers,
> printer, etc are easily accessible.
> This is for when I go to a friends house or a convention to run (or play)
> in RPGs and possible miniatures.
> I have a laptop, an iPod touch and an iPad as my hardware. I used to draw
> maps by hand, now I use digital tools (Fractal Mapper, GCA, AstroSynthesis,
> etc as well as none gaming specific tools, like Photoshop, Google Docs,
> I am experimenting and trying different things, but am I the only one? Are
> others out there trying similar experiments and maybe have found better or
> more useful tools?
> I am about to buy Corkulous (by Appigo) for the iPad, hoping that I will be
> able to peg notes, pdfs, images of maps, etc for both a scenario at
> Conventions and for campaign's I run.
> Any ideas or suggestions would be appreciated by me. And maybe others?
> -Doug Jessee
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