You can access the most recent build of the Character Management Application at https://freeplay-alliancedb.herokuapp.com/ You can create characters, set their xp and buy skills. This can help you plan your 2.0 builds, or just play around. As we move closer to the playtest we're going to use the same software (but a different instance) to manage your characters. The plan is to eventually transition the entire organization away from the old way of managing characters to this new software. The freeplay app gives you higher access to clear your character skills and up your character's xp. You can click the skills and read their descriptions, which might help as you're learning 2.0. Keep in mind that skills that haven't changed since 1.3 don't have updated descriptions, so you'll see rulebook descriptions (which might not make sense relative to 2.0) I'll do everything in my power to not delete characters. The database is backed up nightly so it should be a safe place to store builds. FAQ: I found a bug, what should I do? You can message me here on the forums, or find one of the 10 other ways to contact me. I'll file it. I'm going to get a bug bounty program off the ground where we can reward people for finding problems. Right now the only thing I can reward are South Michigan gobs. But, the hope is one day Dragon Stamps. But, we'll see on that. I will get details in that together. But, it'll probably pay out between 5-30 gobs depending on the severity of the bug and instructions to reproduce. Maybe some other chapters will decide to help sweeten the pot. Is the organization going to use this? If so when? That is the plan. There's still some details to work out but, the owners voted to keep moving forward on this project. The plan is to make the full transition as we switch to 2.0. We'll have some chances to test it out and make improvements during the playtest process. I'd like to help out how can I get involved? I'd love help! I probably can't give you much besides South Michigan gobs (since even I haven't gotten anything for the work done here). But, if you're looking to get involved there's a lot to do from cleaning up styling, to programing, to testing. What's it programed in? Ruby 2.5.1 / Ruby on Rails 5 / Postgresql and absolutely no Microsoft Access. I have a feature request or a suggestion for an improvement. Will you do it for me? I'm happy to hear out any requests. It's mostly just me (with some help from @Durnic ). That makes it hard to quickly respond to stuff. Feedback is important so request away but, there are a lot of priorities. And some thing maybe not worth tackling right now. Feel free to shoot me an email or get in touch with me and I'm happy to talk through it with you.