Tableplop is a free browser-based virtual tabletop for D&D and other roleplayers. Users can share encounter maps, roll dice, track initiative, update character sheets and chat.
DMs/GMs have their own view of the map, access to built-in tokens and the ability to upload more art.
Users get 100MB of space for free, too, and can buy more. In addition to selling storage space, Tableplop has a Patreon as a way to pay costs and fund development.
Version 2.8 begins work on a new menu on the left side of the screen. It’s a panel that lets users drag and then drop resources or characters from the campaign folder straight into the current scene.
Also new in this upgrade are improved undo and redo actions, with the removal of tokens being streamlined but still reversible.
There are more powerful advanced dice roll expressions, prompt values, subexpressions and the ability to assign attributes.
Behind the scenes, the fog of war performance was improved significantly so that it barely affects rendering speed.
Have you compared Tableplop to other virtual tabletops? How does it compare?