- A new sheet was added called the Players' Loot. This sheet has a similar function to the Item Tracker, but offers more automation for those who have access to Excel Macros. Instead of listing an item, then placing the 'value' of this item in the player's column as the Item Tracker does, the Players' Loot gives each player a column from which items in the Treasure! sheet can be selected. When such an Item is selected, a Macro will automatically pick up the value from the Treasure! sheet, adjusted by the rate (standard or custom), and attach it to the selected Item!
- Added the 'scroll' type to support scrolls
- All the scrolls presented in the SRD (here) have been added. These are from the 3.5 rule set.
- Two new forum section have been added to complement the existing Resources section and the Help desk section. These are the Bug report section, where users can report any problems discovered, and the Suggestion box section, where users can drop in ideas on how to improve the Loot Divider.
- The '$' symbol will no longer override the 'Assigned to' person: Previously, if you found an item like a Painting$500 and you assigned it to a player, the Sold For amount would sill appear and the money would be 'split' amongst the players. Now, the 'Assigned To' content will override the '$' symbol, which means that the Painting$500, if assigned to "Bob", will not display the Sold For value any more. In other words, when you assign the item to someone, in all cases the sold for value will disappear, except as explained in the next bullet.
- The ability to use the 'Assigned to' column to hold a small note instead of an assignation was added. If this column starts with an open parenthesis, then this is considered a note, and the item will still be sold. You could use this to indicate who purchased this item or anything you deem necessary. For example: '(sold to Guard)'.