Converts a .txt decklist like the example below into a nice visual representation of the deck. Images are linked from deckbox.org. If you don't like the default version of an image, you can specify a version number to get the card image you want using double slash; for example Erhnam Djinn //10642
April 2016 - Added an intuitive graphical interface. Any changes you make and confirm are automatically updated in the .txt file and deployed online. First select a country. Next you can select any of the commemorative coins from that country and update the amount using the plus and minus signs.
Aarchon is a great and old MUD. Since MUDs are old as dirt (pun intended) there are no graphics. I wrote this small webpage to visualise the entire world into a basic map, showing the walking directions and other info of each area. On the Aarchon site there is a table containing all area info. This HTML table is parsed and converted into a map. Most challenging part was parsing the manual directions - for example: 9s, 2e, 2s, e, down, nw, 4n, nw, 2w, 2nw, sw, 2w, n, nw, n - into a proper visual representation of the walking path to the area.