I’d like to announce another round of new tokens from Austin and David, which you can now find in the 2-Minute Token Editor! This batch contains a variety of elementals, beasts, and familiars – and some other surprises, too.

The 2-Minute Token Editor is progressing neatly in the background thanks to the efforts of our new Token Editor team, so I’m happy to say that additions like these should be commonplace in the months to come. πŸ™‚

New Tokens - 2-Minute Token Editor

Next on the agenda are some more hero tokens, familiars, and aberrations to boot. Is there anything in particular that you are dying to see? Please let us know with a comment!

You can now find these new tokens in the Token Editor – click below!

Using the 2-Minute Token Editor

I’ve made every effort to make the Token Editor simple and straightforward. Please refer to these steps if you run into any difficulties:

  1. Use the color select buttons and the color picker to custom-paint your virtual token.
  2. Changing the color of a group header will change all of its components to match.
  3. Right Click and Save the token when you are satisfied with the color palette.
  4. You can then drag-and-drop it into a Roll20 scene, or use it with your VTT of choice.

Our Pre-Colored Token Packs

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Ross McConnell

Artist and DM, I draw the maps, record the videos, and write the articles here at 2-Minute Table Top. It's my ideal creative outlet, and it's all thanks to you!

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  1. Rats and spiders. I’m doing a whole campaign using maps and tokens from you guys, but I’ve been having to hand draw those tokens to match the style when it comes to those creatures.

  2. This is incredible. Quite literally, I came to the site to see how to reach out about adding more custom tokens. I load the page and this is the first post I saw. Thank you for these. They really tie the art style of my campaign together. I knew my money went to a great place when I signed up. Keep up the excellent work!

  3. I’d love to hit a few more PC races. Aasimar, Gena I, etc. Had a friend add some wings to my fallen token, but have a player with a Genasi that it’s been hard to find tokens for

    1. Party icons for overland map. These can be iconic symbols or hilarious options like monoply pieces ( hat car penguin puppy shoe thimble ect )

  4. I’m a first time DM and I absolutely am saved day in and day out by your work. Thanks so much!

    I’m doing a modern/dungeonpunk style campaign, and would love to see some more robots/scientists/nasty-looking gang members!

    This is also a bit of a stretch, but if you were able to make a capybara (one of my characters is an awakened capybara), it would be amazing!

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