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Tutorials

Creating a Custom Soul Deck on Battle For Souls for Tabletop Simulator

The instructions below are for creating a custom soul deck for the Windows version of Battle For Souls on Tabletop Simulator. See the official Berserk Games knowledgebase for more information on creating custom decks.

  1. Using souls.greenflamegames.com, create 7 soul cards using each Virtue and Weakness only once. Save the generated images to your computer. (All images are 500x500px)
  2. Either use Tabletop Simulator's Deck Builder tool or download the Deck Template image and modify it.
    Deck Builder (requires Java)
    • Launch the Deck Builder by navigating to its folder (C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Tabletop Simulator\Modding\Deck Builder) and double-clicking the TSDB_v2.3.0.jar file. Click 'New Deck'.
    • Drag 7 soul cards onto the deck builder.
    • Download the soul card back image.
    • Drag the card back onto the deck builder, then drag it to the far lower right corner.
    • Export the deck image (File > Export Deck). Use the default settings.
    Deck Template (requires image editing software)
  3. To play online, you'll need to upload the deck image (imgur, flickr, etc.) and get the URL. (If playing locally, skip this step.)
  4. Launch Tabletop Simulator and load Battle For Souls.
  5. Select Host > Chest > Custom > Deck and use the following settings:
    • Face: The URL of the uploaded deck image (or file:///C:/PathToYourDeckImage.jpg if you're playing locally)
    • Back: http://imgur.com/IPXzBKF.jpg
    • Width: Deck Builder=10 or Deck Template=7
    • Height: Deck Builder=7 or Deck Template=2
    • Number: 7
  6. Click Import.
  7. Name the deck so you can find it in the save file. (Right-click on the deck and fill in the Name property at the bottom of the dialog.)
  8. Save the game (Menu > Save Game).
  9. Open the save file (%USERPROFILE%\Documents\My Games\Tabletop Simulator\Saves\TS_Save_#.json) in a text editor like Notepad++ and search for the new deck name. Right above the name, you should see scaleX, scaleY, and scaleZ. Change scaleX and scaleZ from 1.0 to 1.96 and save the file.
  10. In Tabletop Simulator, load the saved game (Menu > Load Game) and your deck is ready!