Complete Reference for D and D 5

Last modified
Sunday, February 4, 2018

Description of App

group While you explore dungeons, loot treasure and kill dragons, the Complete Reference app for DnD 5th Edition is your best companion!
This app is your guide while playing your favorite pen and paper RPG, for both players and DM's. *
NOTE: While this app is mainly meant to be used with pen and paper role playing game DnD 5th Edition, it can also be used with different versions. All your spells, items and monsters at hand without Internet or heavy books! Includes all material from the SRD 5, in a searchable handy way.
You can add your own content and share content easily by using our Online Content Creator system, check out our forum to find out more details.
New! You can also print cards such as spell cards, monster cards and equipment cards directly from the app. Print a complete list at once and customize the card color and icons to your liking.
What is in the app: - Over 200 Spells - Over 800 Deities - All base classes - Many monsters completely linked with their spells and skills. More than 200 items and even more! The DM section contains a Random dungeon map generator, fantasy name generators, loot and encounter generators, an initiative tracker and much more. If you unlock this section you also remove the adds. The new Character Sheet Manager can be used to manager all your characters. Share and export characters and print characters for a nice overview. Bookmark items, spells, monsters and more to quickly access your favorite items.
Internet is not needed to use this application! The internet permission is only used to display some ads in the app.



Free or Paid


Apple Watch Support


iOS Version


Device(s) App Was Tested On


Accessibility Comments

Almost everything in this app is easy to navigate and use. Equipment, classes, races, spells, monsters, rules, and DM tools are fantastic. The character manager does work but there are some unlabeled buttons and this section of the e app is a bit slow to navigate during actual game play. A simple text document has been much easier to use.
I also tried to send feedback in the app and the submit buttons doesn't actually work so there's that too.

VoiceOver Performance

VoiceOver reads all page elements.

Button Labeling

Most buttons are clearly labeled.


There are some minor accessibility issues with this app, but they are easy to deal with.

Other Comments

Other than a few unlabeled buttons and the character manager being a bit clunky this is a fantastic app for anyone wanting to start playing Dungeons and Dragons. Anything you can't find in it can be found online but the gaps left are surprisingly small. From a player standpoint it has all the basics to get you on your way but you will probably want a better way to handle your character sheet and organize your attacks or spells.
From the DM standpoint it has helped a lot. The name generator works and has been quite useful when I needed a name in a pinch but some aspects, like the encounter generator, aren't something I'd rely on. They can give you ideas but they'll still need a handful of creativity to put into action.
Overall though, this app is a must if D and D is, or could be, part of your life.

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1 people have recommended this app

Most recently recommended by Michael Malarsie 3 years 11 months ago



Submitted by Michael Malarsie on Sunday, February 4, 2018

If any of you have wanted to play but don't know how or what to do feel free to reach out. I'll help you build a character or answer questions if you have them. Happy hunting!

Submitted by techluver on Sunday, February 4, 2018

Does it have a dice roller built in? If it does that would make it complete.

Submitted by Michael Malarsie on Monday, February 5, 2018

In reply to by techluver

Ah yes I forgot! Yes there is a dice roller but it's only available in the character tracker and the DM tools which are both paid parts of the app. The dice roller in the DM section works just as expected and lets you pick how many, and which type of dice, 3 through 100 you want to roll. The one in the character tracker is actually for checks and saves. It's next to each of your ability scores and when you press it it rolls a D 20 and adds or subtracts your modifiers as necessary.
Honestly though, it is a little slow to input the numbers you want then push the roll button. I use physical dice but Siri or the Amazon Echo, if you have one, are way better at it. The Echo can actually roll multiple dice at once. which makes things nice.
Anyway, yes it's in there, but it'll cost you a few bucks.

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