Nov 01, 2022
Yonder Dice Roller now supports 2d20 games! This took a while as I thought of new more flexible ways to roll and re-roll dice. These updates take a while because I’m a single developer and I kind of make them as I run new games so I thank everyone who has tried Yonder and gotten back to me.
Now, the changes.
- 2d20 tests rolling. By selecting a combination of Skill and Attribute you can roll up to five d20’s, once you’ve rolled you can click on a dice again to re-roll it.
2d20 CD rolling. The special d6 dice, or CD, from the system are fully integrated. You can roll up to twenty d6’s with the following faces:
1, 2, blank, blank, star, star
2d20 roll logging. As with the rest of the yonder rolls these are logged in the
Six different looks for the STA roller.
- Support for 2d20 STA. This includes the 9 Attributes and 6 Disciplines from the core book. Look for it in the Yonder Extension Menu under 2d20.
- Era looks for STA. From TOS to DISCO you can choose how your roller looks like.
- High Contrast STA roller. The STA looks are very colorful, unlike the rest of Yonder, so a grey-scale look was added which nicely tied in with the upcoming S31 series.
A character keeper made specifically with Yonder in mind.
- Support for 2d20 Post-Apocalyptic. This includes the 7 Attributes and 17 Skills from the core book. Look for it in the Yonder Extension Menu under 2d20.
Auto-select Attributes. The skills for this particular 2d20 flavor have an specific attribute associated by default, for example,
Medicine [INT]. So when you select a Skill the default Attribute will be selected for you, of course you can change it if needed.
- Overlaping in small screens. In small screens either the Polyhedral Dice Bar or the footer would often get in the way of the rest of the roller making it harder to click on the correct elements. This has been fixed
Rolls logging. Some rolls weren’t being logged. I hope this has been solved but I might have missed some. Please do contact me if your roll isn’t showing up in
Polyhedral Dice Bar icon. The icon has been changed from an
d20. My original intention was that the
Rwould stand for ‘Roll’ but this often wasn’t clear.
- Clear saved character data. In the Yonder menu you can now find a button that allows you to erase any data previously saved for the current document. This should help if any problem arises and you need a “do over” for your configuration.
I plan to reimplement several of these new 2d20 features into the previous rollers. So keep an eye out for that!
Thank you for downloading and using Yonder Dice Roller!
– Anya Reyes