Hey Miro-team and community!
With lockdown shutting down our physical DnD games in the office, we began looking for an alternative. As we already used Miro for our professional work, we quickly began considering it for playing DnD, as a virtual tabletop alternative.
Miro works suprisingly well out of the box if combined with a voice chat like Zoom. By uploading battlemaps and tokens from Gameicons.net, players can simulate a board and easily drag and create their own notes (inventory, lore). The Dungeon master (me in this case) can use a player board miro and a DM Miro to easily organise his session notes overlaid on a map, track progress and make changes on the fly.
There are a few features, while fairly simple to implement, which could radically improve Miro as a virtual tabletop tool. My main request would be a way to fully hide the GUI while still being able to edit everything on the board (for players), and a dice rolling feature allowing us to stay in Miro to roll various dice.
I would love to hear if there is any support from fellow GM's and players on here. Let's make MiroDnD a thing!