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Altoids tin D&D Spell Tracker (Wizard)

by mikeymakesit Jul 15, 2019
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Hi, this looks really cool. Would it be possible for you to make a version that replaces the token slots with holes for 12mm d6's instead, so the die faces can be used to indicate the number of spells remaining for each level? (I unfortunately have no skill in 3D modelling whatsoever.)

I've made a new thing that uses 12mm dice (I used Chessex to test fit). I like your idea and I'll try playing with this one for my Wizard next time I play. Cheers!

D&D spell slot tracker

Awesome, thanks! I doubly appreciate that you took the time to adjust it for all the different classes as well XD

Good idea, maybe this weekend I'll see if the 12mm die will fit into an insert in the tin and still allow the tin to close. I'm also considering other feedback received that it would be nice to be able to shut the tin after a play session and reopen it later with the trackers still in place, which should be achievable using dice.

Wasn't happy with the fit of the inserts... I went thru and made my own.. sized to fit without rattle in the slots, and JUST short enough to close the lid

made a few sets and then my card got corrupted.. sigh... Ill figure out what the dimensions were and post a remarke

This is the fun of 3D printing and design; we can have exactly what we want. I played around with the token fit for a while. I tried a short tracker base and tall, and I tried very loose and snug token fit, and I ended up liking it sort of sloppy with tall easy-to-grab tokens like you see it. Happy making!

I’ve never understood how to use these.

I use it instead of marking on my paper sheet to track which slots I've used and have remaining. After a long rest put tokens into each of the slots available to your character's level. As you cast spells remove tokens from each slot used. When you've cast all the spells available to you the tracker will be empty. After short/long rest you re-add tokens as appropriate.

That helps a whole heap. Thanks. I guess i need to make a few of these. And also try to make something similar for class abilities? Like bardic inspiration. Or battlemastwr abilities? Or do you have something already that will fit that. Ive never modeled anything before.

The only other trackers I have are like this model but for Rogue and Ranger. I haven't posted them yet because I haven't taken photos of the printed bits yet. Fusion360 is what I use and it's free for hobbyists. I won't lie, there's a learning curve but being able to design objects is freeing!

making a version at the momemt can you make a version of the inserts that dont have the dip?

Sure, done. Check out the new file "Altoids-DnD-Wizard-SpellTracker-TokenPlain.stl".