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Electron-based Application cannot connect to parent cloud server.
2 projects | /r/linuxquestions | 7 Apr 2021
Recently I've gotten into using a web-based application called OmniaWrite. It's open source, web-based, and better yet, provides installation methods for all platforms (including an AppImage!). However, there is one feature I've found moderately helpful, and after struggling with activating an account, the Cloud functionality is extremely good for someone like me who works from multiple computers, and sometimes with or without internet.
Useful Pages and stuff
2 projects | /r/DRD_Worldbuilding | 4 Jul 2023
Armoria (To create flags or shields etc.)
map of Nebelheim, the continent of my home D&D game:)
2 projects | /r/mapmaking | 15 Feb 2023
Coat of Arms Generator for my game Vagabond
2 projects | /r/proceduralgeneration | 16 Jan 2023
I've made a little coat of arms generator for my game Vagabond. It's not as complex as Azgaar's one but I am pretty happy with the result.
anyone knows a good free app or software to design fictional country flags ?
2 projects | /r/worldbuilding | 18 Nov 2022
Try GIMP and/or Inkscape. Might take a little learning but they're free and open source (FOSS) and fully featured. Inkscape handles vector graphics better. You can also randomly generate them in Armoria as u/Newsalem777 pointed out.2 projects | /r/worldbuilding | 18 Nov 2022
are there good apps for coat of arms making?
2 projects | /r/worldbuilding | 1 Jul 2022
Drawshield and Armoria are two good online ones you can download images from after making them.2 projects | /r/worldbuilding | 1 Jul 2022
Idea: Dynamically generating character heraldry.
2 projects | /r/MUD | 31 May 2022
Use something like armoria with either img2ascii or libcaca
[Art] I'm making signs and Insignia that you can see around my world that I can give to my players. The image depicts the Rank of a Sergeant in the Jornan Military. I used a website called Armoria, and some tweaking in Krita to get this nice piece. (Both of those are free and I HIGHLY recommend!)
2 projects | /r/DnD | 25 Jan 2022
Edit 2: here are the links for Armoria and Krita!! Armoria is a part of the Azgaar's map making program, which I also heavily use, and also recommend!
Built my own wiki for my worldbuilding. What do you guys use for yours?
3 projects | /r/worldbuilding | 9 Jul 2021
What are you using for heraldry pictures? Have you tried Armoria?
What are some alternatives?
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