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 Syncing Players Sheets 
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Post Syncing Players Sheets
Hi,

I just wanted to know if there is any way to (realtime) synchronize the Player Sheets to the Gametree of the GM.

Sometimes it is important for an GM to know f.e. how healthy the characters are in this moment. If the GM had a synchronized copy of the Players Sheet in his gametree he could see the values.

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Mon Aug 01, 2011 7:07 pm
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Post Re: Syncing Players Sheets
No. I am planning on Traipse Pious Paladin to allow that data to go through the map. I decided to use the map as a sandbox, since the gametree is personal to everyone. I don't want a troll to screw up another persons gametree. The data is being placed inside a <rule-info /> element which will contain a series of <rule /> elements each with their own ID. Players and GMs will be able to connect those rules to nodes on the gametree and update to or from the gametree.

Pious Paladin is only in Alpha right now. You can see what I am planning and have completed here: http://www.knowledgearcana.com/traipse-openrpg

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