Pathfinder Sheets Online


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Pathfinder Sheets Online is a website dedicated to providing a FREE and mobile-friendly character sheet that is easy to use and does some of the calculation for you. This site provides the most comprehensive amount of options of any site available, while still being usable on a PC, tablet or a mobile phone.

There are plenty of Excel sheets, but they are usually a mess and don't look good printed out. Fillable PDFs are a good idea but when viewed on a screen (other than a desktop), they look horrible and are usually unreadable. Constantly editing a piece of paper gets annoying. With Pathfinder Sheets Online, many basic calculations are done for you, and you always know where your Character Sheet is. And, if you really need to see your character sheet and don't have a tablet handy, after editing the sheet on a desktop, you can view a complete, read-only version on your phone.

Pathfinder Sheets Online features:


  • Manage all of the key aspects of your character: Race, Attributes, Classes, Skills, Feats, Traits and Equipment
  • Shows all default Class Abilities, and allows you to edit your selections of any customizable lists suchs as Favored Enemies, Favored Terrains, Rage Powers, etc.
  • A huge list of Feats and Traits to choose from; some of their stats even being calculated into the sheet for you
  • A customizable Inventory. Create items and assign values to any of the calculated stats so that your equipment can directly affect your stats by being automatically calculated into the sheet.
  • Leveling Notes, giving you reminders concerning what you need to address at each level.
  • Mobile-friendly version, formatted to fit phone screens for an easy-to-read experience, even on small mobile screens.
  • (Mobile) Battle Session - Access your character on your phone, and load up a Battle Session. Track your health, Attributes, Saves, etc. The most important feature: the Round Tracker. Keep track of statuses and affects on a round-by-round basis and always know when your spells, bonuses or combat statuses are about to end.
  • A Note section to record anything that the site does not currently support.

Other sites try to charge for the use of their Character Sheet service, but Pathfinder Sheets Online is FREE, so what have you got to lose?

Screenshots:
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http://s25.postimg.org/5gzuddtzf/Character_Inventory.jpg
http://s25.postimg.org/63yr2wqvf/Character_Spellbook.jpg

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Pathfinder Rulebook Subscriber

I've been using this site for a few weeks now and it has been very useful so far! There have been multiple updates adding all sorts of new features for both PC and mobile platforms - being able to access the website from my brother's tablet is great for keeping track of my NPCs and managing combat. I've only encountered one bug so far and when I informed the creator they had it fixed in less than half an hour! I definitely suggest checking this website out.

@SeraphX2
Thank you for making this website! The work you put into developing this is much appreciated!


I have just checked this out and whilst the sheet seem really nice, there is one big omission. Archetypes are not supported as far as I can see, at least I did not see them for monks or fighters. Without support for archetypes, the sheets seem only marginally helpful.

Nevertheless, thanks for the good work.


@LuniasM
Thanks for the kudos/bump. Already have two new users. :)

@Baroth
Archetypes are in the pipeline. They are a major change to the system and there are a huge amount of them. It will definitely take time to do them. Before I can work on those, I am trying to get Animal Companions, Eidolons and Familiars done. Both Animal Companions and Eidolons are a big deal as well, so between companions and archetypes, these will be a couple months in implementing. But, they will be there eventually. :)


SeraphX2 wrote:

@LuniasM

Thanks for the kudos/bump. Already have two new users. :)

@Baroth
Archetypes are in the pipeline. They are a major change to the system and there are a huge amount of them. It will definitely take time to do them. Before I can work on those, I am trying to get Animal Companions, Eidolons and Familiars done. Both Animal Companions and Eidolons are a big deal as well, so between companions and archetypes, these will be a couple months in implementing. But, they will be there eventually. :)

I'll start off with...I love this. Currently I'm playing in two games and in both games I'm playing an archetype. Once you've got those loaded I'll be all over this sucker. Thanks for the hard work.


Does this currently support Gestalt or templates? This looks absolutely fantastic and might even take me away from Myth-Weavers once totally done!


@MisterDoug
I have entertained Custom Classes, but that, as well, will take a lot of work. That will not be able to be implemented until at least I finish Companions and Archetypes. I don't have plans to be supporting every single possible custom Class within my database. At least that's not how I plan on doing it; I think custom classes would be more useful at that point.

I've gotten several comments about Archetypes, so I've recently been getting the feeling that Archetypes are very important to the PF community. Me being a new player, I didn't feel the need for Archetypes up front, but I suppose if you've been playing for years, Archetypes is how you mix things up and I didn't recognize that.

QUICK EDIT/UPDATE: After looking through the Archetype differences, it seems most of them are just Ability/Power changes. I've never dealt with Archetypes myself (I'm still experiencing the base classes having only been playing 1.5 years). If that is the majority of the changes, Archetypes may be easier than I assumed. After Familiars, I think I will start looking more in-depth into Archetypes since people are really requesting that feature.


Pathfinder Rulebook Subscriber

Archetype support would be fantastic, though it might take a while what with certain classes *coughfighterroguecough* having 10+ archetypes available. Looking forward to future updates!


Maybe could set it up so class features could be edited? That way there's no need to insert every single archtype. You can just have (Fighter) and (Fighter(Archtype)) which enables class feature editing. This also allows Gestalt and lets people make and customize the class as they see fit.


So is Gestalt a Class or an archetype?


Gestalt is where you combine two classes and get the features of both. When is comes to BaB/Saves and crap, you take the higher number between the two. When you only have one or two people playing like I do, it's a great way to boost power in the party and really makes more flavors possible. Plus my players come up with some crazy stuff!


Gestalt.


Oh, wow, interesting.

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