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Are there still physical copies available for sale?

Has anyone put the character sheets up on Roll20?

I hadn't yet uploaded the sheet to Roll20; however, if you are a a PRO member I can give you the html and css files so that you can play.

I'm busily setting up a Roll20 game to play Escape from Dinosaur Island and I've run into a few questions.  I thought that I'd throw it out to everyone here as before long I'll want to have players to test out the game play. :-) 

So far I've got the character sheets, map, doomsday clock and rumors implemented.  I'm planning on a mix of pop up handouts and 'cards' for the remaining things.

1) is it intended that the players always travel as a group, or should tokens be ready for the players to split off on their own?

2) Should the doomsday clock be hidden until it is running, or is it okay to show it off before hand?

3) should I have a set of tokens ready to be brought in so that the players can make up new places on the map?

Thanks for for your input!    Feel free to message me at senjak <a> comcast dot net if you want to look at my current progress.

Here you are! These were the most up to date version I came up with. It is aimed at Roll20, so there is likely to be some weirdness from their stuff.  Please note that I don't really know HTML and CSS, but I can fake it with Google!  Also, I didn't drop all of the translations from the HTML, so you'll likely need to either incorporate the translations or edit them out.


Dropbox link to files

The nice thing is that Roll20 has a store for folks and makes it fairly easy for people to find your game and to find people to play with online. I've just started diving into making Roll20 character sheets for a couple of friends and can report that there is quite a bunch of very nice example code and an active user community of people who are making character sheets. The html and css are fairly straightforward with only a few minor changes for dice rolling calls.

Oh please make this available for purchase as an addon for Roll20!

I listened as far as "Wouldn't it be great if you could play an RPG about [Star Trek: Picard]", before I simply went back to the game page and ordered it.

This looks very cool.  I was introduced to the game by a friend who wanted to play it on Roll20 and was showing off the game to me.  So I purchased a copy and dived into HTML and CSS.

8 hours later I have a Roll20 compatible character sheet based upon the Powered by the Apocalypse character sheet.  All the bits (other than equipment) get swapped in and out depending upon which character you choose.

Please let me know if you want to add a community sheet for Escape from Dino Island to the Roll20 collection.  You are welcome to the changes I made.  Let me know.