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I would like to properly thank the following people for the things that they did to help out this project:

Playtesters
Sarah Akins (my wife) -- The first DM to use this program. She also has a lot of sway on how the program looks and what goes into it.
Contributions
D&D Adventures -- Gave me permission to use the critical hit and fumble tables from dndadventure.com as long as I don't charge for anything.
Scott Crawford <> -- Created D&D Tools, which I thought was a good start but didn't go far enough. He also gave me the source to his program so that I could improve mine. Great guy!
Schweppes patented a process to carbonate beverages back in 1783, but found difficulty keeping the gases in the bottle when the cork dried out. They rounded their bottle bottoms so that they couldn't be stood on end, keeping the cork wet. Tyler Akins! <>
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