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A simplified character sheet that I made for personal use. An example character is included, to show what I used it for.

 

If it's in any way useful, great! I plan on tweaking the layout, as I get a better understanding of what I actually want in front of me during a game :)

 

If anybody has requests/suggestions, feel free to leave a comment!


What's New in Version 1.1

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  • UPDATE 1: Well, I found that when dealing with STUN, END & BOD, I wanted more room there. Either for penciling in notes, or tracking values with tokens or beads. So, that's done. I also gave room to scribble assignments for CSLs, and any weird defenses the character might have. The example character has been switched around a bit to highlight this. I also included the full character sheet for that character, in case anyone was curious how I derived the values there.
  • My rule is, if I'm in combat, doing combat-y things, and I have to flip the page, then whatever I'm looking for should be on the combat sheet. So, welcome to the front page, Dex & Con!
  • We'll give it another test run and see if anything else comes up. If people have suggestions or requests, feel free to leave a comment; I might give it a whirl.



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This looks like an excellent resource for a Champions GM. For a Heroic level game, there are some basic breakdowns missing. That said, I would recommend it for use at a convention or introductory game.

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This looks like an excellent resource for a Champions GM. For a Heroic level game, there are some basic breakdowns missing. That said, I would recommend it for use at a convention or introductory game.

 

Yeah, that's pretty much exactly my intent. I feel like the title sums it up - if you want a simplified sheet, this might be useful (as it is for me.) If you're thinking "how will I fit everything I need on a simplified sheet?" then it's probably not as useful to you.

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