Demiplane’s ‘Pathfinder Nexus’ Launches Character Tools In Open Beta
Demiplane launched the open beta for the Character Builder for Pathfinder Nexus, the digital source for Pathfinder 2E.
Yesterday Demiplane, the virtual/digital tabletop repository of immersion-building tabletop rules and tools, announced the open beta was beginning for Pathfinder Nexus. Pathfinder Nexus is widely regarded as the official “digital companion” to Pathfinder 2E.
And now that these tools are out in the wild, you can start playing with power. Or at least with Demiplane and the Pathfinder 2E ruleset.
Demiplane Launches Character Tools For Pathfinder Nexus – Open Beta
Designed to empower both new and veteran players with seamless character creation and management, these tools revolutionize the way adventurers unleash their heroes for one of the world’s most popular tabletop roleplaying games.
With the Pathfinder NEXUS Character Builder, players can embark on an epic journey of customization, making character creation an immersive yet effortless experience. The intuitive interface guides users through each step, offering a comprehensive selection of ancestries, backgrounds, classes, equipment, spells, and more. Unleash your imagination as you experiment with character combinations to forge your one-of-a-kind hero, ready to face any challenge that awaits in the realms of the award-winning Pathfinder Second Edition tabletop roleplaying game.
If you’ve played Patfhinder 2E at all, you already know there are a lot of little fiddly things to play around with. Modifiers have to be kept track of. And of course, let’s not forget which feats get aggregated into your character concept.
The Character Tools are designed to make the game more accessible, with streamlined character creation helping players skip right into building a rich character without being weighed down by choices.
With Demiplane’s “Click-To-Know” system, players can get info about each element of their character sheet, accessing associated rules, mechanics, techniques, and cross-references.
And of course, you’ll be able to share your sheets across the platform. And with other campaigns, making Pathfinder Society play a breeze.
What do you think of the Nexus?