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Custom Character Sheet

posted Jul 05, 2016 09:38:06 by DerekHand
Me being me, I needed a sheet with a little more design to it. Went with an Art Nouveau theme and a redesigned Logo to fit.

So here you go, has everything from the alpha sheet plus inclusion of Affliction boxes, since I assume they are different from the Injury boxes like in normal 2d20.
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avatar said Jul 07, 2016 10:22:18
Really nice sheet. Thanks for contributing.
ChrisFougere said Jul 07, 2016 16:34:17
That's pretty spiffy :)
DerekHand said Jul 07, 2016 22:17:07
Thanks... Character sheets have kind of come to be my specialty. If I play a game that doesn't have a sheet or has a bad sheet I will basically always design a new one.
Rizban said Jul 13, 2016 04:29:06
Looks really nice. My only complaint is that "despair" is misspelled.
BruceBoragine said Jul 13, 2016 16:15:11
My attempt at a character sheet. You can mark off the damage off the tracks using paperclips.

Sorry about it being upside down and the messy writing. I'm not an artist, but hopefully you'll get the idea.

I made another as pdf but can't post it.

An suggestion on where I can 'host' it?
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DerekHand said Jul 13, 2016 17:37:14
@Rizban Thanks for letting me know, unfortunately Photoshop doesn't have Spell Check. I've already gotta change it since the damage changed, I'll fix that too.
DerekHand said Jul 13, 2016 17:53:07
@Bruce, you seem to have forgotten that each stat DOES still have boxes attached to it as well for the Afflictions, which are tracked separately.

As for hosting, I use Google Drive
BruceBoragine said Jul 13, 2016 20:27:52
@DerekHand No I didn't forget it it. We were marking the afflications in the box next to the number for the attribute. We put a / for an Affliction and then make it a + when it became an Impairment.
I posted that in the other, main, JC Alpha thread. I forgot to repost that here.
The point of putting the / or + mark next to the attribute number is that it's a quick and easy reminder that the attribute is affected.
It's right in front of you and can't be over-looked.
BruceBoragine said Jul 13, 2016 22:57:00
Trying to post a scan saved as jpeg.
crap.. cut off the top part.

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BruceBoragine said Jul 13, 2016 23:06:49
trying again.
BruceBoragine said Jul 14, 2016 00:25:43

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