LordAshes-ChatRandomizerPlugin icon


Roll custom random stuff from chat.

Last updated a month ago
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Dependency string LordAshes-ChatRandomizerPlugin-3.4.1
Dependants 0 other mods depend on this mod

This mod requires the following mods to function

bbepisTaleSpire-BepInExPack-5.4.10 icon

Unified BepInEx all-in-one modding pack - plugin framework, detour library

Preferred version: 5.4.10
brcoding-SetInjectionFlagPlugin-2.3.0 icon

Allows players to flag mods are installed

Preferred version: 2.3.0
LordAshes-FileAccessPlugin-1.4.1 icon

Provides standardized methods for accessing both local file and url resources. Automatically handles searching local folders for assets.

Preferred version: 1.4.1
LordAshes-ChatService-2.3.0 icon

Dependency plugin to add services to the chat.

Preferred version: 2.3.0
LordAshes-GUIMenuPlugin-1.0.0 icon

Add text/icon menus that appear in centre of screen or slide out the right side. Support for multi-layer hierarchy.

Preferred version: 1.0.0


Char Randomizer Plugin

This unofficial TaleSpire plugin for randomly determining items from a list. Supports real time lists and named pre-configured lists.

This plugin, like all others, is free but if you want to donate, use: http://LordAshes.ca/TalespireDonate/Donate.php

Change Log

3.4.1: Fixed bug with custom headers
3.4.0: Addes constent text support allowing use of result with other chat services
3.3.0: Added optional prompts
3.3.0: Fixed issue where randomization occurs on all devices and thus produces different results
3.2.1: Fixed issue with result being chopped off
3.2.1: Fixed issue with sample RPS and RPSLS samples
3.2.0: Added configurable display options
3.1.0: Added tally (total) support
3.0.0: Added multiple randomization per request
3.0.0: Added optional named randomization
3.0.0: Added added soft dependency for chat whisper so result can be whispered
2.1.3: Initial release


Use R2ModMan or similar installer to install this plugin.

Display Options

The display options can be configured using R2ModMan's Edit Config for the plugin or using Config Manager from the Talespire Settings menu. Please note that not all combinations of settings will produce usable results.

Show Roll Possibilities

This setting indicates if the possible outcomes are listed along with the roll. If so, the possible outcomes are displayed, in brackets, after the roll name or the default roll name.

Show All Names Instead Of Just First

This setting indicates if /cnr and /crnt commands expect a single name or a name for each roll in the sequence. This not only affects the display but also the interpretation of the roll request. If this setting is set to false then only the first entry in a multi roll request is expected to have a name. Providing names for the other roll request parts will cause errors since the name will get interpeted as a roll possibility.


For Show All Names = True Use:

/cnrt Name1 Roll1 / Name2 Roll2 / ... such as /cnrt Attack 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 / Damage 1 2 3 4 5 6

For Show All NAmes = False Use:

/cnrt Name1 Roll1 / Roll2 / ... such as /cnrt Attack 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 / 1 2 3 4 5 6

Show Result On Same Line

This setting determines if the result is place on the same like as the roll (true) or on new line (false) with the Default Result Prefix (see below).

Show Total On Same Line

This setting determines if the total is place on the same like as the roll (true) or on new line (false).

Default Roll Prefix

This setting determines the prefix for non name rolls.

Default Result Prefix

This setting determines the prefix for non name results.

Use Chat Header For First Name

This setting determines if the first roll name is place in the header of the chat message (along with the player name) with the result in the body.


There are four types of rolls. Generic rolls, Named rolls, Generic Rolls with Tally and Named rolls with Tally. Each of which can use pre-defined rolls (configured in a configuration file ahead of time) or real-time list (specified when rolling).

To perform a generic roll, use the /cr (Custom Roll) function. For example:

/cr RPS


/cr Rock Paper Scissors

To perform a named roll, use the /cnr (Custom Named Roll) function. For example:

/cnr Gesture RPS


/cnr Gecture Rock Paper Scissors

When using the named functionality the first item in the list is treated as the name. This is what is displayed instead of "Roll" when displaying the result. It should be noted that if the verbose setting is turned off the result is not prefixed by the name but a cnr roll will still consume the first entry for the name.

To use the tally (total the value) version, add an t as the last letter of the command. When using the tally functions the results need to be numeric. Non-numeric sides will be counted a 0.

/crt 0 0 1 1 2 3


/cnrt Fluff 0 0 1 1 2 3

Multiple Rolls

Multiple rolls can be requested in a single request by separating the rolls with a / character. Note that if using the custom named roll, a new name is used for each set of randomize options. For example:

/cr Miss Hit / Low Med High


/cnr Attack Miss Hit / Damage Low Med High

Multiple rolls are supported by all 4 of the functions (/cr, /cnr, /crt and /cnrt).

Prompt Rolls

Prefixing a roll sequence with ? turns the sequence into a prompt pair. All entries in the seqeunce are treated as key value plairs. The key is what is displayed in the prompt and the value is the value that is inserted if the prompt is selected. Typically (since values are limited to a word) thsese select or not select pre-configured custom dice seqeuences. The character back slash character is used to denote no text insertion (blank value).

For example:

/cr ? Rock_Paper_Scissors RPS Boulder_Parchement_Shears BPS None \ / ? Bonus_1 1 None 0

would generate a prompt for Rock_Paper_Scissors, Boulder_Parchement_Shears or None replacing the prompt with either RPS, BPS or an empty string (back slash) depedning on what the roller chooses. Then it would process the next sequence which would be a choice of Bonus_1 or None which would get replaced with 1 to 0 depending on the choice.

Prompts also work with /cnr, crt and /cnrt. If a name is used, it should be before the ? characters.

/cnr Game ? Rock_Paper_Scissors RPS Boulder_Parchement_Shears BPS None \

Constent Text

Constent text can be inserted by making the text its own randomization and surrounding it in quotes. For example:

/cr "I selected "/rock paper scissors

would output I selected rock, I selected paper or I selected scissors.

Whisper Rolls

Whispers and other chat services can now be triggered using the constent text option. For example:

/cr "/w GM "/rock paper scissors

would whisper the result of rock, paper or scissors to the GM. As can be seen the first part is a constent text which triggers the whisper service and provides the target as GM. The slash from /w does not trip a Chat Roll divider because it is part of the constent text. The slash after the GM and space is outside the quotes and thus Chat Randomizer treats it as a divider. The randomization after the slash is processed and appended to the constent text. This total result is then processed as a new chat messages tripping any chat services in the process (in this case the whisper service).

Pre-Configure Lists

To make rolling dice with a complex number of sides easier, custom dice can be defined in the Custom_Dice.json file. The file is a JSON with the roll name as the key and the roll sides as the value. For example:

	"RPS": "Rock Paper Scissors",
	"Half6": "- - - 0 0 0",
	"TriTen": "0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 2"

To roll a named roll, use the cr (Custom Roll) command. Type: /cr name such as /cr RPS.

Available versions

Please note that the install buttons only work if you have compatible client software installed, such as the Thunderstore Mod Manager. Otherwise use the zip download links instead.

Upload date Version number Downloads Download link  
2023-2-19 3.4.1 55 Version 3.4.1 Install
2023-2-18 3.4.0 17 Version 3.4.0 Install
2023-2-7 3.3.0 37 Version 3.3.0 Install
2023-2-6 3.2.1 13 Version 3.2.1 Install
2023-2-5 3.2.0 15 Version 3.2.0 Install
2023-2-4 3.1.0 19 Version 3.1.0 Install
2023-2-4 3.0.0 12 Version 3.0.0 Install
2023-2-3 2.1.3 15 Version 2.1.3 Install