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Greetings Fellows, I'm an old school 4th/5th edition player who left for a decade and I'm returning and I have convinced my 5th Edition D&D players to try out the Hero Mechanics. I'm looking for the following: 1) A 6th edition Form Fillable PDF tailored for Fantasy Hero Character Sheet 2) DM Screen in both Portrait and Horizontal mode. In addition I'm attempting to take the taxonomy from D&D 5th edition and translate it as closely as possible to Hero 6th edition mechanics. My goal is that a D&D player could walk into my group and be handed a character sheet with D&D terms and feel comfortable. For example if the Rogue says I'd like to take my uncanny dodge action I would in turn just say OK and handle the mechanics on my end with my cheat sheet and just give the player the target number to roll on 3d6. The same kind of thing is true for something like a Saving Throw. While these two mechanics don't have a clear mechanic in the world of Hero 6th Edition I want to keep the look and feel there but just use the Hero Mechanics instead. I've read the Killer Shrike Blog fairly heavily and I've taken a lot of inspiration from there. Can someone help me begin my journey and help me find the GM screen and Character Sheet? If you've gone done a similar road in converting D&D players please share any tips/tricks, or examples of things like how you converted the spells to match the thematic of the D&D flavor. Thanks in advance.
Before I start to try and print key pages of the PDF 6th ED books, is there a 6th ED GM screen anywhere (I didn't see it in the store) that has hit location and range modifiers and the OCV/DCV comparison chart, Mind Control tables, Presence Attack tables, etc? Thanks!
263 downloadsThe original file HS6E GM Screen 1 was created horizontally. Lots of people asked about a portrait edition. So I took that GM Screen and rebuilt it for a 8.5 x 11 layout. I did alter some of the included tables so it is not a direct replacement - but rather my own personal version.