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SpellbookMaster


SpellbookMaster
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Description

Spells at your fingertips. Literally.

The Killer App for D&D v3.5 (d20) and Pathfinder RPG Gamers

SpellbookMaster for iPhone and iPad makes it easy to find Dungeons & Dragons v3.5 (d20) and Pathfinder spells fast and see detailed information for them.

You can browse spells by name, level, domain and class. For each class, see spells sorted by name or by level for easy access. Searching allows you to find spells by any search term.

To get you started, SpellbookMaster can automatically import d20 System Reference spells from www.systemreferencedocuments.org or Pathfinder reference spells from d20pfsrd.com. You can also import your own spells from text files.

Spellbooks can be shared among iPhones, iPod touches and iPads using the application. Spells can be edited on a Mac running SpellbookMaster for Mac 2.3, a free application, and then imported to the iOS app.

See http://petteri.kamppuri.fidisk.fi/spellbookmaster/ for more information.


Dungeons and Dragons is a registered trademark of Wizards of the Coast. Pathfinder is a registered trademark of Paizo Publishing, LLC.

What's New in Version 2.1

- Fixed d20 SRD spell import by switching to using www.systemreferencedocuments.org. Wizards of the Coast have removed the old spells.
- Added support for receiving documents from other apps. You can now open spellbooks from email attachments, for example.
- Spells are sorted case insensitively. This helps if some spells are all uppercase while others are not.
- Fixed grouping spells by class which use full class name instead of abbreviation. For example, now Bard and Brd are both correctly grouped as Bard spells.
- Fixed grouping spells by class/domain, now the whole class/domain name has to match, not just a part of it. For example, War domain spells aren't grouped under domain named Dwarf.

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