Simplistic Character Sheet (PFRPG) PDF

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Wicked K Games proudly presents our second free product! This is a basic fillable two-page sheet. The boxes have multiple fillable lines where needed and scroll-over features to aide in entry.

Note: This sheet utilizes slight hue changes in the black ink for enhanced readability. Draft or economy printing is not recommended.

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My favorite character sheet

5/5

This is the character sheet I've been using for years. You can do anything with it, there are no auto-calculations, and it's saveable. I have all iterations of my characters stored and premade before conventions. Highly recommended.


Great and Concise

5/5

I really love this sheet. I was trying to find a short sheet with no auto calculations and this is the perfect one.
Love the layout


The PDF to keep your character files in.

5/5

The product contains a two-page character sheet with fillable fields. If you put your character information, you can save it under a new name to preserve data thus creating a record folio with all your characters.

The good things

There is no data verification. You can built crazy characters without worrying about some obscure rule not being supported.
The sheet is clean and concise.
The tabbing order (i.e. the order you go from field to field) is correct (TAB to go forward, SHIFT+TAB to go backward, SPACE to mark a checkbox).
It works under Adobe Reader and Foxit Reader.
To create permanent copies, you can print it (to PDF use PDFCreator or DoPDF).

The areas which could be improved

Support for characters with extensive list of special abilities or spells (i.e. a separate optional page with such information would be handy) - higher level characters will run out of space.
There is no data verification. Some less rules savvy GMs would probably appreciate autocalculation of bonuses. As a matter of fact, the autocalculation of bonuses could speed up character creation.
Large black backgrounds for certain headers make for waste of toner. Large bold print with no black box outline would entirely suffice.

Ideas for new products of similar type

Statblock form.
Party cheat sheet (i.e. short listing of all PCs with most important data: hitpoints, perception, stealth, saves, initiative score, space for GM notes).
Shared loot sheet (kept by players).
Chronicle sheet (for GMs to keep track of campaign events).

Overall, stellar product. I'm going to share it with my party in order to help them do the accounting.
This is editable PDF sheet many people have been asking for.

Regards,
Ruemere



Just in time for the new year! Hope you all like it!

EDIT: This includes some of the effects being incorporated into the next update for the Advanced Character Portfolio... I guess you could a call this a trial balloon. :)

Dark Archive

You do a something simple? Ok who are you and what did you do with the real WKG?


Dark_Mistress wrote:
You do a something simple? Ok who are you and what did you do with the real WKG?

Hahaha... :) Actually I originally called it he Basic Character Sheet (PFRPG), but google turned up that name as taken. This is simplistic for me though. ^_^


Dude, this is awesome :D

Totally transferring a ton of my characters onto this sheet today.


Many thanks! I am pleased to be of service. :)


Review added. Thank you for taking your time to put it up... and for doing it for free.

Should you do a statblock version of this product, know that you're going to have at least one customer willing to pay a modest fee to use it.

Regards,
Ruemere


ruemere wrote:

Review added. Thank you for taking your time to put it up... and for doing it for free.

Should you do a statblock version of this product, know that you're going to have at least one customer willing to pay a modest fee to use it.

Regards,
Ruemere

Pretty good review Ruemere.

Just to add my own thoughts (because I really am not up for a review right now, and there's not much more to say beyond what Ruemere already covered, it is a simplistic sheet after all) I'd like to point out that personally I really like the lack of Data Verification. Far too often I find I'm dealing with houserules or obscure material and verification just throws a cramp in my style because the sheet tries to tell me I'm wrong when I'm not.

So again, thank you for an excellent product WKG.


Nice, glad to see you back and thanks for the sheet.


kyrt-ryder wrote:


Pretty good review Ruemere.

[...]I really like the lack of Data Verification. Far too often I find I'm dealing with houserules or obscure material and verification just throws a cramp in my style because the sheet tries to tell me I'm wrong when I'm not.
[... ]

My feelings exactly. It's just that some folks like their applications to be more supportive - and that's why it's in both categories.

The review is hardly worth the praise - just wanted to make the product more visible to target audience.

Regards,
Ruemere


Ruemere, Kryt-Ryder, & R_Chance - You're all very welcome! :D

ruemere wrote:

Review added. Thank you for taking your time to put it up... and for doing it for free.

Should you do a statblock version of this product, know that you're going to have at least one customer willing to pay a modest fee to use it.

Regards,
Ruemere

First off, thank you very much for the review. Not only did I appreciate your words, I also liked that you added thoughts on improvements. :) I'm actually already working on a loot sheet. I also think it's entirely possible that I'll do a stat block version eventually. I've been debating over doing a set for NPCs the last couple days. Also there's a chronicle like sheet in the Advanced Character Portfolio (working on updates).


ruemere wrote:
kyrt-ryder wrote:


Pretty good review Ruemere.

[...]I really like the lack of Data Verification. Far too often I find I'm dealing with houserules or obscure material and verification just throws a cramp in my style because the sheet tries to tell me I'm wrong when I'm not.
[... ]

My feelings exactly. It's just that some folks like their applications to be more supportive - and that's why it's in both categories.

The review is hardly worth the praise - just wanted to make the product more visible to target audience.

Regards,
Ruemere

To answer on the data verification.... I've had some experience with it, but I'm merely an amateur when it comes to javascript. As Dark_Mistress pointed out, I'm a not usually one to do things simple. I'd like to do more in the way of auto-calculation and such... but I'm not quite there yet. Both Kryt-Ryder and Ruemere made a valid point on Data Verification, so I'd make sure there was a version without it. :D Hope that helps!

Grand Lodge

First off, great sheet -- very neat and clean.

However, I have a couple of terminology nitpicks and a suggestion in the vein of constructive criticism:

1) "BAB" stands for "Base Attack Bonus", so "BAB Bonus" is redundant. Also, there's not really a "BAB Total" in the way you're using it. You should just have "Attack Bonus", and then that gets divided up between melee and ranged.

2) "CMB" stands for "Combat Maneuver Bonus", not "Combat Maneuver Base".

3) It would speed up filling in the sheet if "Trained Only" skills were marked with an asterisk, like on the official sheet. It would save time flipping through the book to look and see if you should put down the total for that skill or not.

None of these will keep me from using the sheet, but they should be easy edits.

Thanks for a great free sheet!


Hi Wicked K Games,

Thank you for making a free form-fillable PDF, but I am wondering why there isn't much room for spell tracking?

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