The other day I was looking at some awesome character sheets, Decided I wanted to share a few. Here are some sheets that not only look great but remain functional. In some cases like these the character sheet takes your player just a bit deeper into the game. Think of these as player props!
The first on here is a Cypher System RPG sheet done for a Mass Effect game. Done up to look like a data pad. I love this and after I finish up my current games. I might see if my players would be interested in a Mass Effect game. This sheet was made by Tensen01 over at deviantart
This FATE RPG sheet just calls out to the kid in me for Star Wars. I found this over at the blog I waste Buddha with my crossbow The only thing that might make this better would be if it was printed out on hard card stock and you it had a miniatures case on the other side of the sheet when you hand it to me for game!
As I wanted to hit a wide range of sheets when I did this I game Savage Worlds a Look, I found this great Fallout Themed Sheet over at The Pot-Luck blog
Now these are all great and work wonderfully for themed games. But what if you are not running a themed game. Is there any hope for you to find a great sheet? Here are just a few. There are just so many great sheets out there to be found don’t settle for just a good sheet. Find yourself a great one!
Like this D&D sheet by Jon Grumph
I think just as is .. the Numenera Sheet is simply perfect for the system and it is a work of art all by itself. The Strange RPG had a very good sheet as well. Sadly I think because of its more Generic nature.. The Cypher System core sheet is sadly generic.. But this!
For some Truely awesome RPG Sheets check out my older blog from RPG a Day Coolest character sheet day 26. HERE.
Please feel free to comment and add more sheets that you love!
Hi I am developing a pc application that enables you to have a usable character sheet on a laptop desktop and I would like to use the sheet by Jon Grumph above is there any way i can contact Jon to get his permission to use it in my code.
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Sadly I do not know Jon, nor do I have any knowledge of how to get in contact with him. I’m sorry
No problem thank you anyway I will try and trace him through some of the d&d sites on-line.
If you play D&D maybe you would like to beta test my application when it is finished I have about
two to three weeks of back end work to do and then it should be ready for beta testing.
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I would be interested in giving your product a look I have done some applications in the past. let me know when you finish things up!