Character Sheet!


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Ok so with the new character sheet in the book is great but is there any way I can get an individual copy (without my personal information plastered on the edges)?

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Yes! Hold please, the download link will be available shortly!


Thank you


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Character Sheet is now up, on the Playtest page, under Downloads.

Bless you, Chris, for being up and working so early to handle this.

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Yep! As Joana says, the sheet is now up! I'm also going to be dropping it into the "All" file in just a minute :)


thanks


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now wait for someone to make it fillable


With Foxit PhantomPDF Standard, it is pretty easy to do forms.


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Also would be nice to have a "printer-ink friendly" version... Minus the background color. Even printed in b&w, it's going to waste a little ink for zero reason...


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Mantriel wrote:
Where can I find the pregenerated character sheets?

EN World should have those, if you are referring to the iconics.

The Playtest page has the blank sheets.


I second the call for a printer friendly version, though I would prefer one in color w/o the background.


Dan McAllister wrote:
Also would be nice to have a "printer-ink friendly" version... Minus the background color. Even printed in b&w, it's going to waste a little ink for zero reason...

Can you set it to print in coloiring book mode? Or is that not a thing anymore? Honesty asking. I haven't printed anything out in quite a while.


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Torg Smith wrote:
With Foxit PhantomPDF Standard, it is pretty easy to do forms.

yeah, except for how much it costs, either monthly or as a package

there's no roll20 sheet and the pdf isn't form fillable... this is already making things incredibly complicated for online play

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Although someone will make a form-fillable sheet, it would be best if it was a free download from Paizo.

This way Paizo could make sure it works, all the things add up, and can even include annotations and extra stuff to make it easier for someone to roll up their first PF 2.0 character.

Other things that can be done with a PDF:

Things I would add that you can attach to the base character sheet (like how Chronicle sheets are attached in PFS):

Spell sheets - Blank sheets that spell information can be added on - It's easier for someone to look at their character sheet for what a spell does than look it up in a book, especially once more books come out with "what the...?" spells that GMs are unfamiliar with. Ideally, each entry would have a field for book and page number for easy reference if you gotta check the book.

Deity TL;DR - A sheet to attach with your Deity's info, such as alignment, domains, etc. and what they want to see you do -
This would help Divine casters act like their bosses want them to.


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Adding another voice to the 'simple printed sheet" vote


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Torg Smith wrote:
With Foxit PhantomPDF Standard, it is pretty easy to do forms.

Not everyone has the program and the time/skills to work into it

If someone has a sheet - several people here would like to see a link


I'd also love to see a printer-friendly version! I'll do one or two of these in the meantime, but this is definitely ink-intensive, even printed in monochrome.

It's definitely gonna be interesting adjusting to a landscape character sheet, but I do think it makes better use of the space.


yeah, but why is this sheet in Landscape position, when the pregenerated characters are in the good-old normal freaking Portrait position?


+1, take the background out.


I just want a digital version.


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Someone on Reddit posted a quick-and-dirty printer-friendly version here.


Razata wrote:

Although someone will make a form-fillable sheet, it would be best if it was a free download from Paizo.

This way Paizo could make sure it works, all the things add up, and can even include annotations and extra stuff to make it easier for someone to roll up their first PF 2.0 character.

Other things that can be done with a PDF:

Things I would add that you can attach to the base character sheet (like how Chronicle sheets are attached in PFS):

Spell sheets - Blank sheets that spell information can be added on - It's easier for someone to look at their character sheet for what a spell does than look it up in a book, especially once more books come out with "what the...?" spells that GMs are unfamiliar with. Ideally, each entry would have a field for book and page number for easy reference if you gotta check the book.

Deity TL;DR - A sheet to attach with your Deity's info, such as alignment, domains, etc. and what they want to see you do -
This would help Divine casters act like their bosses want them to.

Were Paizo to have a form-fillable and page-addable sheet, this would be awesome.

Especially a sheet that did the math for you (since there are no more variables as far as character creation are concerned). This should go a long way to rapidly clearing up confusion as to how the "engine" is intended to work.


I actually prefer form fillable without macros. I keep scripts disabled in the settings of my PDF software.


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I like the landscape format. When playing I always have more room to the side of me than in front as communal resources like the map occupy that space. This format will make keeping my character sheet fully on the table easier. It will take a bit of getting used to but I think I will come to prefer it.


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louthinator wrote:
Torg Smith wrote:
With Foxit PhantomPDF Standard, it is pretty easy to do forms.

yeah, except for how much it costs, either monthly or as a package

there's no roll20 sheet and the pdf isn't form fillable... this is already making things incredibly complicated for online play

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A printer-friendly version is a must for me. I know it looks cool, but it's difficult to write notes a background.
Love the landscape


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Found an editable character sheet

https://drive.google.com/file/d/19tPgax1eHnX6aZPVixeBlUMjep1hUSJd/view

if that link does not work try this

https://www.reddit.com/r/Pathfinder_RPG/comments/942rw9/editable_pathfinder _2_character_sheet/


Rahod wrote:
Ok so with the new character sheet in the book is great but is there any way I can get an individual copy (without my personal information plastered on the edges)?

The standard sheet looks pretty, but needs a serious revamp before release. The equipment is jammed in as an after thought with ONLY 8 lines. Be real, even a monk has more that 8 pieces of equipment to track. Just suck it up and add a 4th page.


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Hi !

If you're interested, I just created an excel character sheet because personnally I couldn't see myself writing down all the information needed for a level 17 in the playtest on the character sheet they gave us^^

here is the Original Post

here is the download link : Character Sheet 1.0


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It's not pretty or fancy but in case anyone wants a portrait layout with a lot more room for equipment and some room for descriptions of things... have at.

Haven't used it yet so I'm sure I'll be making tweaks in the days to come as well.

Custom Portrait Style Playtest C-Sheet


I can't say I'm a big fan of the official sheet. It seems busy and non-intuitive. It took me a while to figure out what was supposed to go where. That background is also an ink-sucker. The stat arrangement isn't great, but I think it was mentioned in another thread that was already going to change. Also, it'd be nice for a place to list formulas for an alchemist and magic item crafter. I think that list could get a bit long so probably not a good fit for the equipment section.

MidknightDiamond's sheet looks a lot cleaner and easier to understand at a glance. And I like the auto-calculations of Kadulu's sheet.

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MidknightDiamond wrote:

It's not pretty or fancy but in case anyone wants a portrait layout with a lot more room for equipment and some room for descriptions of things... have at.

Haven't used it yet so I'm sure I'll be making tweaks in the days to come as well.

Custom Portrait Style Playtest C-Sheet

I like that sheet just need to make it fillable now


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brad2411 wrote:
MidknightDiamond wrote:

It's not pretty or fancy but in case anyone wants a portrait layout with a lot more room for equipment and some room for descriptions of things... have at.

Haven't used it yet so I'm sure I'll be making tweaks in the days to come as well.

Custom Portrait Style Playtest C-Sheet

I like that sheet just need to make it fillable now

Thanks. I used to be able to do that but with two moves, one of them being from Texas to Washington, and the death of three computers, my copy of Acrobat has gone missing the maze of unpacked boxes on the 10th circle of Hell... thus, I can't do that. If anyone else wants to - please have at, just leave me credit for the original and make sure I get a copy.


Fumarole wrote:
I like the landscape format. When playing I always have more room to the side of me than in front as communal resources like the map occupy that space. This format will make keeping my character sheet fully on the table easier. It will take a bit of getting used to but I think I will come to prefer it.

I also like the landscape format. It feels like It can fit more information on there without looking cluttered. The third page for spells also helps clear it up a lot.

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