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I came up with the idea for Spell Sorter while playing a Cleric in a second edition D&D game. I got sick of flipping back and forth through the book trying to decide which spell to cast. I thought, if only I could have a list of the vital information for just those spells I had access to. Spell Sorter is my answer to that problem. It contains all of the spells from the System Reference Document version 3.5 published by Wizards of the Coast for Dungeons and Drangons version 3.5 and organizes just the spells I want into an easy to reference chart. And it works for Bards, Clerics, Druids, Paladins, Ranger, Sorcerers, and Wizards-- or any spell-casting character class for that matter.

This is the best way I've found to keep all of the important information about role playing game magic spells efficiently organized, and right at my finger tips. I hope you agree.


May 24, 2007

    Wow! An update in less than a month. I'm really truckin' now.

    It's true actually. I've made much faster progress on the import utility than I had expected to. Part of this is due to need. As the Cadre's D&D campaign continues, my Bard has taken a level of Cleric, and I want access to spells from other books-- but I want the rest of the Cadre to help me with the data entry.

    Part of it is do to one of Java's serendipitous aspects-- the more code I figure out, the more pieces I have to reassemble into other parts. Turns out most of the import code was already written in chucnks of other code. I just had to copy, paste and arrange the pieces. Hopefully, this portends an easier development process for editing domains, caster classes and meta-magic feats.

    Finally, it was due in no small part to Scott and Shawn, two completely unassociated gamers who both happened to stumble upon my little project this month. Both took the time to write to me and both were so excited about the project that I couldn't help but get excited too. Thanx guys.

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