The Tutorials & Basics sections to the left are a great place to start. The tutorials are simple step-by-step instructions on how to accomplish common tasks, and many include How-To videos. The Basics is an overview of the d20pro interface and components - perfect for players. How-to Videos are hosted on Youtube.
Use Search!!This Online Manual has a powerful Google-based search box in the header (top right). Please start by typing in keywords for your search. For example, if you want to know how to create maps, start by typing create maps or just maps into the search box.
If you cannot find your answers here, please hop on over to our Forums, where you can post questions to the community and designers, share your own work with the community, or even hook up with other players for games. http://forums.d20pro.com
- This is not a video game. d20pro is a campaign tool, and not designed to be a game engine. Play D&D Online or World of Warcraft if you want a video game.
- The rules are very complex. The D&D rules have many variations and exceptions. Indeed, it is an exceptions-based game (particularly in 4E), and new expansions are released every few months that give more options to players. Enforcing rules will simply limit our users to the Core Rulebooks only.
- D&D is about house rules. If you have a house rule that allows an extra action in times of need, then you can simply let a player keep going.
- This is a tool used by thinking humans who are friends. You make judgment calls, redo actions, and so on. If you skipped a player by mistake, you can let him take 2 turns at once, or maybe you want a creature to be instantly slain by a special weapon - no problem. D20pro won't get in the way.