Universal markup converter
My second question is just checking my solution is at all sane. I'm using markdown to make my own character sheets for each playbook, including all the information I think prudent (happy to share if it'd help and not be sharing anything proprietary), and then using pandoc to convert these into word documents. I'm then just sharing these with my players and they can then edit them for their characters and update them as needs be. Is this a reasonable approach? Or is there a better approach?
A Blades in the Dark character sheet progressive web app in WebAssembly
P.S. I checked out Blades in the Sheets as well and this has some promise, and I know the author uses this sub. I'm not sure I'd quite recommend it to my players yet as some things are a bit confusing if you use it with a screen reader, but it's close on being something I believe they could use. So great start!
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