I’m going to run an online game of Mothership next week. Mothership involves rolling 2d10 a lot, one for tens and one for units.
This is my first time as a GM and I want to make it as smooth as possible. I know there is a D10 that has faces of 00, 10, 20 etc.
Does anyone have a recommendation of an app/ website that will have that type of d10 and a standard d10 that’s going to be easy for me to parse please?
If its tens and units, its called a D100. Most dice rollers should have that
This is normally called a percentile, d100 or d% roll. Most dice roller systems will support it, including this one I wrote: Dice roller JS.
Roger’s dice roller is simple and effective. Recommended.
Do you want the players to use the die roller?
Do you want the rolls to be publicly available?
Do you want to integrate with a virtual tabletop or similar application?
@RogerBW 's roller is going to be perfect I think.
Am currently going into a Roll20 rabbit hole. It looks great, but I fear it will create TTS esque frustration by me being not great with tech
Roll20’s die roller is easiest to use from the chat tab. Commands like “/roll 3d6” and “/roll 2d20” do just what they sound like. For the Mothership rolls you described, it’s just “/roll d100”.
For an android app, I have one called “RPG Simple Dice.”
Free, minimal, and perfectly functional.
If you just need something basic to throw some tokens on so people know where they are, etc, https://www.owlbear.rodeo/ is great. It will let you import maps and such and add your own token designs if you want.
It has a built-in dice roller too.