By Cordax Software LLC
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i4e is a character sheet replacement for 4th edition D&D allowing you to store multiple characters on your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. It will track your character's ability scores, hit points, powers, skills, feats, weapons, armor, action points, milestones, rituals, items, and notes, providing you with all of the information you need while playing 4th edition D&D.
i4e is the first app for your iPhone and iPad that will track all your 4th edition D&D characters making it so you'll never be without your favorite character again.
i4e is made to work alongside your source books and provide you an organized way to track the things that matter. Replacing both the standard character sheet and scratch paper. All you need are your dice and i4e.
- Multiple characters (never be without your favorite character again as long as you have your iPhone/iPad with you).
- Import characters from D&D Insider Character Builder .dnd4e files.(*) using the i4e import site.
- Edit your characters online to take advantage of a full sized keyboard and easy access to Dungeons and Dragons Insider compendium (membership not included)
- Easily enter damage and track hit points and healing surges as well as temporary hit points.
- Track powers including calculated hit bonus and damage values, critical damage including assignable weapons and implements that will be factored into the calculated values of powers.
- Track power usage (All types of powers, as well as ones that burn healing surges or return hit points from their usage).
- Track rituals
- Track conditions, death saving throws failures, and damage resistances.
- Easily accessible list of skills with the bonuses for your level and current ability scores.
- Track Weapons and Equipment as well as regular items and treasure.
- Track Class Features, Racial Traits, and Feats
- Usable for NPCs and PCs.
- Fully supports any custom skills or powers, only basic melee and ranged attack, second wind and basic skills added by default.
- Doesn't require an internet connection to use the app (importing will require a connection during the import.)
(*) .dnd4e files are obtained by using the DDI character builder which is a separate service and is not included with i4e. The ability to import .dnd4e files is offered through the import site as a way to speed up access to your character with i4e.
Go to http://import.cordax.net to import your .dnd4e file or if you don't use Character builder you can save a character from the i4e application to the import site once you have entered your email address at http://import.cordax.net.
If you are having problems getting anything to work on i4e please contact support at firstname.lastname@example.org or post on the forums in the support section at http://cordax.net/forum.
Support email: email@example.com
Cordax Software forums: http://cordax.net/forum
i4e Import site: http://import.cordax.net
What's New in Version 3.4.2
- Fixed issue with black screen on damage screen.
- Fixed some crashing issues.
Decent program, but now abandoned
This was initially a mostly-decent program but seems to have been abandoned.
Developer web site forum and blog has been abandoned and inaccessible for months, just returning HTTP 404 errors.
Significant bugs in character import -- even basic ones, like D&D 4e essentials characters -- are present in things as basic as weapon attack bonuses.
Character import frequently never appears on the tablet client, or takes multiple days to finally show up for use.
Not bad at all
One of the most faithful apps to a 4e character sheet. Id like to see a direct import from the DDI character builder (currently a two step process), but other than that it works great!
I hope to see something similar from Cordax when 5e comes out later this summer!
Can't have um all
This app is really cool, great concept, great foundation but I would love to see it smarter. Inputting everything in manually is not too bad, but the app's "brain" should have equipment, powers, racial features programmed in. I was under the assumption it would have those features, especially since I paid for it. My mace now does 3d20 and it won't yell at me. Yay!