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An npm module that calculates Challenge Rating for Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition.
How to Use
Damage Per Round: A creature's damage per round (DPR) determines its offensive CR, which is offset by its attack bonus or save DC. DPR is determined by averaging its maximum damage output (taking the average of dice rolls, ignoring critics and accuracy) over three rounds.
The main function of the CR Calculator is is
calculate() and it takes five arguments: Hit Points, Armor Class, Damage per Round, Attack Bonus, and Save DC. It uses the arguments to calculate the monster's Challenge Rating as described in the Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition Dungeon Master's Guide.
Alternatively, you can use the
calculateWithDice() to enter Damage per Round in the dice string format used in the D&D sourcebooks. When this function is used, the Damage per Round is calculated as an average of the dice formula provided. This is then provided to the
calculate() function to return the CR value.
##How to RunThe D&D 5e CR Calculator is written in Coffeescript, and the
package.json contains scripts for compiling the Coffeescript and running tests locally. To get the project up and running locally is very simple:
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Also, running the tests is as simple as
npm run test or
npm run test:watch.
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dnd-5e-cr-calculator package is released under the MIT license.
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##AcknowledgementsDungeons & Dragons is property of Wizards of the Coast.
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Players in my PbP, go away. Seriously, don't read this. >>
I'm trying to actually give balanced fights, and it's the one thing I suck at as a DM. I can put together all of the fluff, create NPCs, weave stories, all of that. However, when it comes to figuring out CR, or even what CR the party should be going up against, I'm usually at a loss. Either I hold back too much or go WAY overboard and dropping the party down to 1 member left standing. It makes it interesting, and it's good to know how to do that, yes, but I'd like to actually be able to do something in the middle.
So, for example, in my current PbP I've got a party of 4, all at level 10. Swift Hunter/Warblade, Warblade, Druid, Fighter. For the purposes of this fight, they'll also have a little bit of back up (namely three extra rangers, all around level 5 - 6).
I've figured out the enemies I want to throw at them. But seriously, how do I figure out what level each should be to put a challenge to the party? (Tentative levels are in parentheses) I have a pair of Swift Hunters (9), a Wizard (8), a Cleric (8) and a Crusader (10) to pit them against. Is that anywhere around what I should be shooting for? And like I said, how did you figure that out? I'd kill to know how to figure this out myself in the future.