Final character sheet for a long-running character.


Pathfinder First Edition General Discussion


So I'm retiring a long running and complicated character (L20 alchemist / Mythic 4) whose sheet has become quite extensive. He resides in Hero Lab right now, but I'd like to have a permanent, paper copy of him for posterity.

What, in your opinion, would be the best way to do this? I looked at Paizo's Character Folio and it didn't quite have the right "feel" to it. (For example, he's an alchemist with an extensive list of spells and the spell page just won't cover that).

If I have to, I'll make up my own sheet, but I would be totally open to something that was pre-made.


I'd suggest using the "Print" command from Hero Lab, and printing to a PDF. You should be able to print a standard character sheet, as well as full descriptions of gear/abilities/spellbooks.


Cheburn wrote:
I'd suggest using the "Print" command from Hero Lab, and printing to a PDF. You should be able to print a standard character sheet, as well as full descriptions of gear/abilities/spellbooks.

I would recommend you download The Ancient One's character sheet and use Herolab's custom output feature to print it instead. That way you won't get description text that cuts off after three lines, and you can print everything you want as a single document.


Yeah, I've tried both of those and while I agree they are great for day-to-day stuff (though at upper levels, I had trouble incorporating everything into it), its not really what I'm looking for.

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