Page update Summer 2019: Massive community, Official material from D&D, Pathfinder and others, loads of community-supported character sheets,big token/map/asset marketplace, platform/backend work is done actively

Roll20 brings pen and paper gaming to the web the right way. Built on a powerful platform of tools, yet elegantly simple, it focuses on enhancing what makes tabletop gaming great: storytelling and camaraderie. It's incredibly easy to get started, and runs right in your web browser, so there's nothing to download or configure.

Elegantly simple

Roll20 is powered by HTML5 technology and runs right in your web browser. There's nothing to download or install, and no messy configuration files, for GMs or players. To invite players to a game, just send a short link. And there's never any need to do scripting or other tedious tasks, it all just works.

Storytelling, enhanced

Other virtual tabletop software tries to turn pen and paper into a video game. Instead, Roll20 provides tools to enhance storytelling and bring your group together, including text and video chat, player journals, background music, and a real-time shared graphical tabletop.

System agnostic

Roll20 doesn't worry about mechanics, so it can be used with many games. Play D&D online (any edition), Pathfinder, Shadowrun, Savage Worlds, FATE, indie RPGs, other tabletop games, and more. Roll20 features basic tools like dice rolling, turn tracking, and markers that can easily work with any system.

Relatively Comprehensive list of character sheets available


  • Web-based, nothing to install or download
  • Built-in video and voice chat
  • Many community-created character sheets, handful of robust, official ones for D&D 5e, Pathfinder, Pathfinder 2E, Gumshoe, Dungeon World, others
  • Can run inside of Google+ Hangouts
  • Built-in Art Library with web search
  • 3D Dice & truly random QuantumRoll
  • Dynamic Lighting
  • API
  • Free to use for GMs and players, optional paid subscriptions to unlock advanced features.




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