As far as I know, it is still being developed. Thanks in no small part to a technical SNAFU, it needed to be built twice from the ground up. The registration codes aren’t in the digital books yet. I assume they would be pushed in an update for the digital books, or through some other solution, once said codes actually exist.
Personally, I’ve been using other tools to manage ideas, and some excel tricks to make character sheets for NPCs.
I’ve talked to Ruel via email about it and we’ve come to a solution. Bio are u playing sagas? My group will be switching over after our 3.5 champaign comes to an end. Problem is my group are lazy and and want to be able to have a computer program generate there character sheets. Up until now we’ve been using red blade 3.5 which has worked great. What tools are you using?
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No I’m not playing right now. I have the books, and I’m still very early in making the campaign I want to run.
I use RPTools’ Maptool for maps, Masterplan for timelines, and Word for story writing. For the NPCs, I have a partially implemented Excel sheet that does some math for me and fills in a character card. It still requires a lot of manual entry, but I’ve gotten some stuff to work.
Really glad you got a hold of Ruel, man! I saw this when you initially posted it and thought maybe I could get him to make a rare forum appearance, but it slipped my mind when I finally talked to him next. Sagas kicks so much ass for folks who like to ground their games in numbers and imagination. One of the things that we’re holding out for D&D Book 3 is that Ruel is finishing up Digital Pen & Paper and he wants to start the next Book fresh with our gaming system finalized.