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englishteacherdrew wrote:I would encourage Paizo to look at pretty much every other GM screen out on the market right now, from Cthulhu to D&D 4e to even the screens that are nothing more than blank sleeves. All of them are landscape format.Any of the screens you're talking about have 4 11x8.5 panels, meaning they're 44 inches long? The ones I've seen have only three.
Yeah, my favorite one is a landscape 4-panel screen. The World's Greatest Screen In practice, the screen doesn't take up 44" on the table, only about 22". Two panels wide, and the other two panels are bent back towards the DM. Since the panels are 11" long, you can lay a piece of paper down behind it and the screen can hide everything if you want it to.
Here are the inserts I use for that screen: 4-panel landscape screen inserts. I print two copies of the carts and have one set facing me and the other set facing the players. I fin these to be much more useful than the charts on the official screen.