Whether Judge or a player, the following tools should prove useful for fantasy adventure gaming.
Brave is similar to Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge, now with built-in security and privacy. Works with all Chrome plugins as the core engine is Chromium. Feels like using the internet back in better days.Notepad++ example usage
The simplicity of the classic Notepad application, now supporting multiple open files through tabs, automatic backup and recovery, improved search, and much more for advanced users.
All the basic features of Adobe Photoshop offered for free.Sumatra example usage
The best PDF reader by an extraordinary margin, being many times faster than Adobe along every metric. Open an unlimited number of PDFs instantly and scroll anywhere in the document instantly.
Each offers equivalent functionality to Microsoft Word and Excel, now free and in the cloud. Easily share or collaborate with others. For anything you want to create & share be sure to click the 'Share' button in the upper right to set a desired access level. Typically, you want to share with 'anyone with the link' can view.StackEdit example usage
An online note-taking application that uses Markdown language. Otherwise, similar to Microsoft OneNote or Scrivener. Be sure to use the Workspace setting to automatically sync your files using Dropbox or Google Drive, allowing you to access and edit from any web browser on any computer.
An online solution to automatically synchronize files across multiple devices, such as a phone, tablet, and computer. Supports up to 2 GB of files and up to 3 devices in free mode.AnyDice example usage
Simulates many types of dice rolls, providing graphs and charts of expected probabilities.donjon example usage
Huge variety of tools for generating treasure, maps, or more for a variety of game systems including AD&D.
Divide a number into a set of randomized parts, for example to spread 50,000gp across 100 rooms.Power Thesaurus example usage
The only thesaurus you will ever need.Fantasy Name Generator example usage
Name generation website with a huge number of generators.Dungeon Scrawl example usage
Free tool for creating dungeon or hex maps. I do not recommend using the newer version just yet. I have recorded a How to Use Dungeon Scrawl V1 video on YouTube, with apologies for the poor quality.Owlbear example usage
Free virtual tabletop with fog of war. Doesn't support Hexes, unfortunately.Rollem Rocks example usage
Discord bot for rolling dice. Greatly preferred in lieu of the never-fixed, incorrect Avrae.