Spellbook – D&D 3.5

Announcing the release of my first Android App:
Spellbook – D&D 3.5 serves as a quick way to look up spell descriptions during a d&d gaming session. It includes all spells from the srd 3.5, and lets you store your spells in a custom list for even faster access.

My reason for building it is obvious if you know me. I love Android, and I’m an avid RPG gamer. One of the things that always slows down gaming sessions is looking things up, which unfortunately we have to do all the time. A common thing to look up is spell descriptions… what’s the range on that spell? How long does this spell last? How many targets can my Magic Missiles hit at 5th level?
Thus the Spellbook app was born. It is very fast, and lets you browse through all spells that are in the 3.5 SRD, which should be all the spells in the Players Handbook.
I hope you find the app useful, and can already promise a few enhancements in the coming weeks.
Happy gaming!

Spellbook Cover

Spellbook Cover

5 Comments, Comment or Ping

  1. j

    Still missing a lot of spells in the AP but its decent having trouble working it on the Samsung vibrant

    August 16th, 2010

  2. Jens

    What kind of trouble are you having? I had someone test it on the Captivate, which I figured should be the same, but I don’t know anyone with a Vibrant.
    I’ve included all the spells in the SRD, and as far as I know those are the only ones I’m legally allowed to use. If you have some other sources you want added, let me know and I’ll look into it.

    August 16th, 2010

  3. gamicon

    Works great on droid 2. Just would like to see more spells get on the list. For example some of the spells from pathfinders advanced players book. Two witch spells I know are missing are spark and stabalize, for example. Otherwise the app is awesome.

    August 23rd, 2010

  4. Jens

    I’m using all the spells from the 3.5 srd, and as far as I know those are the only ones that are open gaming content. I just checked, and spark and stabilize are not part of the srd… It’s bugging me too, cause there are spells I need on my list. I’m going to try to implement a way for people to add their own spells, which shouldn’t result in any sort of legal issues. But that’s likely a ways off…

    I’m actually making a similar app for pathfinder, which I believe will have more spells in it as there is more open gaming content available.

    August 26th, 2010

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