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"I hit him for five." "He hits you for seven." "I take a swing at him with a 19." "You hit." "Twelve damage." Sound familiar? Everyone has trouble coming up with exciting attack descriptions every round of every combat. The Damager is a die-roller that generates attack descriptions based on your attack type and how much damage you do. Use them as a jumping-off point for your own creative descriptions, or as a way to mail it in on those days when it just doesn't seem worth it.

The damager can roll any combination of any size dice, with +/- static amounts, and even rerolls for any number lower than a certain point (the "brutal" weapon property). In addition to the damage roller, there's a generic die-roller in case the Damager is the only tool you have on hand.

Click any of the screenshots to see them full-size.


The program is written in .NET, so it should work on all recent versions of Windows and quite a few *nix boxes and Macs as well. (Assuming you have an emulator; the Damager was tested on Mono on Mac and Wine on Linux and worked on both, though there are some slight glitches on Wine.)

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This title was added to our catalog on March 26, 2010.