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The Roll20 Virtual Tabletop
- In-App Tutorial for GMs: Roll20 has a built-in tutorial straight in the app to familiarize new GMs to the Roll20 platform
- Introduction to tRPGs: Never played a tabletop RPG before, but would like to know how? This video series should help bring a new gamer up to speed.
- Video and Voice Chat: How to get video and voice chatting set up in a Roll20 Game
- Playing in Google+ Hangouts: A Walkthrough of how to run Roll20 with a Google+ Hangout
- Code of Conduct: The official Roll20 Code of Conduct expected on our site.
- Forum Posting: A walkthrough on how navigate and post on our official forums
- Keyboard Shortcuts Reference: Our list of keyboard shortcuts for experienced users
- Changelog: A list of all major revisions and updates to the Roll20 Platform
- Game Management: How to create, organize, and manage your games
The User Interface
1. The Tabletop: This is the largest portion of the playspace. This is where you set up your battle maps or board game play mats and where you'd place your tokens or meeples. You can also use it as a dry erase board.
2. The Tabletop Toolbar: This toolbar on the left side of the Tabletop lists the various tools used for moving art assets, drawing, writing, measurement, rolling, and other that affect or interact with the Tabletop in some fashion.
3. The Page Toolbar: When you click on the little tab on the top of the screen, this pulls down the Page Toolbar. This is where you can store multiple scenes (Pages) for the Tabletop and bounce players between them.
4. The Sidebar: Lastly is the Sidebar on the right side of the screen. This has multiple tabs that manage the in-game chat, music/audio, character sheets and handouts, and Roll20's settings.
The Tabletop Toolbox
- Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition
- Dungeons and Dragons 4th Edition
- Dungeons and Dragons 3.5
- Cypher System-Monte Cooke Games
- Savage Worlds
- World of Darkness (WoD/nWoD)
- OSR (Old School Revival)
- GURPS 4th Edition
- Warhammer 40,000 RPG Black Crusade
- Dark Heresy 2nd Edition
- Star Frontiers
- Tavern Tales
Beyond the Application
Your Games and Content
Finding A Group
This section explains how character sheets work within Roll20 as well as provide guides for some of the available community sheets.
- Character Sheet Basics: How to add a character sheet to a campaign
- Character Sheet Index: This is a list of every sheet we currently have available on the Roll20 Character Sheet Database
- Building Character Sheets: How to go about building a character sheet
Character Sheet Documentation
Dungeons & Dragons
- 5th Edition
- 4th Edition
Kobolds Ate My Baby
World of Darkness
* Character Sheets designed and supported officially by Roll20
See all Character Sheet Guides »
The Roll20 Marketplace
Guides for Content Creators
Wizards of the Coast
Monte Cook Games