Fight Club 5th Edition

Fight Club 5th Edition

By Lion's Den

  • App Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2014-08-10
  • Current Version: 2.2.9
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 32.33 MB
  • Developer: Lion's Den
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 9.0
App Ratings: 4.5
Based on 1,932 Reviews

Fight Club 5th Edition App Description

Welcome adventurers! Go paperless with your RPG and eliminate the need to carry around character sheets and player's handbooks. Fight Club serves as a digital character sheet and provides you nearly everything you'll need to play a 5th Edition game. Features: - Keep track of all the necessary numbers: HP, XP, spell slots, etc... - Access all of your important numbers like defenses, saves, abilities, skills, etc... - A spellbook lets you quickly view your spells and mark your prepared ones - Equip weapons, armor, and gear - Do dice rolls for everything from saves, skills, attacks, and damage, - Notes section to log your adventure - Compendium that contains content from Wizard of the Coast's Open Gaming License. User generated spell, item, and creature info can be created and imported from the web. This is a free to try app. You will be able to create only one character. To create more characters and remove the ads, please purchase the premium version. Please send any comments, suggestions, or bugs you find to Thank you very much.

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App Reviews

  • Won’t find better

    By Shinka RX8
    Hands down, you will NOT find a better app than this. The ease of use and functionality provided by this app, combined with the sheer volume of open source support, this app crushes everything else out there. NOTHING compares to it. i’ve tried them all (and the rest are Fncking WEAK), so my opinion at least has the weight of experience behind it. The learning curve to use this app is nominal. if you aren’t a complete idiot (being a partial idiot is fine), you won’t have any problems working this app. people who bawl in their reviews about using this app just need to leave D&D for good and go play some mindnumb game like candy crush.
  • Best app

    By Patchnasty312
    Made my paper sheets mostly obsolete, keeps everything in order and it helps bring in NPC’s for the GM app
  • Fantastic Tool for 5e D&D

    By InternX
    Great for managing character sheets and as a reference if you download the freely available supplementary data. Any complaints I have are minor quibbles. If you are a technophilic gamer, download it immediately.
  • Was good but now my compendium is messed up.

    By GeoregeNH
    This was a great app until the last update in which it deleted half of the information in the classes. Things like spell tables, proficiencies, and versatility options(ex: Sorcerous origin) are all gone. Please release the complete default compendium in the next update. Because other wise my app is totally useless.
  • Almost there

    By ShovelBum82
    A good looking interface and somewhat easy to use, however... - The stats don’t always add up right. - Feats always aren’t factored in when selected. This is from trying to have my barbarian set up, no homebrew just a basic Totem Warrior. My health shows up wrong, my AC shows up wrong.
  • Definitely Recommended

    By PlanetWatching58
    As DnD player apps go on the App Store, barely anything comes close in how comprehensively it covers and applies the mechanics of the game. Fight Club 5 is by no means perfect. Like many reviewers say, there is still work that can be done. There's good community support and as far as consumer friendliness goes, I think Lion's Den are much better than many developers in that regard. Get it, try it, and if you like what you see, buy it. I certainly did.
  • Nearly Perfect

    By Chiefstingy
    This app is hands down the app I recommend to players. I use it a lot for my Adventure League and for creating ally NPCs for my campaign. The app only comes with the SRD information but with a google search for "fight club compendium" you can find community compendiums to get all the info. This is much faster and accurate compared to WotC online compendium which is slow because it relies on internet. If WotC was smart they would buy Lion's Den for their tech. Back to the review. It is definitely worth the money to upgrade as the free version only allows limited characters and limited items. It automatically calculates +/- when you choose which items you want have equipped (thanks to the suplemental compendiums). The best feature is easy access to spell list. You can access each spell quickly for your character, no longer having to spend so much time looking up a spell in a book or sorting through many many spell cards. In the past I wrote about the interface being cramped, but they have fixed the typography and spacing allowing the interface to flow a lot better (great job Lion’s Den) A feature I would love is split/multitask capabilities. This would make it easier to use with Game Master 5e and other tools at the same time. Also the last update has issues exporting the character sheets to PDF as the text no longer fits in the text boxes. Would love to see that fixed.
  • Portrait Mode Please

    By Jehrco
    This app is the best way to manage a character sheet but please, I don't use it because it doesn't have a portrait mode on iPad. Just like the iPhone version I just don't want to need to tilt my iPad every time I open the app. I want to hold it in portrait like a character sheet. The DM version can be in portrait. I just need that. Otherwise this is the single best way to store characters.
  • Love the app; I’ve got ideas

    By kami89sama
    Thanks for making this app so great I really enjoy it. The fact that you can add items, creatures, character races, classes, spells, etc to it manually is amazing. Or get a character sheet linked to your printer is so cool. I do have a few ideas for you to add like updated the character races to include the unearthed arcana or add all the feats that are in the game so far. You could add the class archetypes that you left out like Assassin, Arcane Trickster, or one of the others. Other than that I love the app and hope you can keep making it better every day.
  • Pretty good, but still needs more polishing

    By JeffersonPalmer
    The app and interface are great. But the compendium is far from complete. It would be a much better resource if it had all the details in the compendium.