Well, as promised in Emirikol's thread about the skills, I finished the character sheet today. (or rather, I managed to reskin it).
This sheet will be used at my table next sessions, with 3 goals in mind:
- provide an easy way of keeping track of fatigue/stress/corruption/wounds between sessions without writing it down.
- put everything together in a logical order on the sheet for use (anything related to receiving damage goes together for example)
- reduce the space needed at the table per player, since currently the party literally takes up the entire table if I let them (and I'd like to sit there too!)
The following 4 images are meant to be printed doublesided. So 1&2 go together, and 3&4 as well. Regular use at the table is: Image1 and Image3 face-up.
First sheet: (image 1 & 2)
The numerical fields on the first sheet all have the shape of the die that they represent, for easy reference.
The counters around the edges can be colored in, leaving only values that are valid for your character. Keeping track can be done with a paperclip or something similar. (and will stay the same in a sleeve between sessions.
There is no mention of the armour on the front of the page, since all you use of that, is defense & soak rating. (which are mentioned)
Skills are grouped by their parent-characteristic.
This sheet is for inventory keeping, both in-game and out. (read: only inventory, it currently is not suited to actually write down what the cards do)
It's on the back, because you rarely need to use this and keep track of your stats at the same time.
Second sheet: (image 3 & 4)
Ripped off from Gitzman , 1 sheet that combines the slots of the career, and the basic actions. Grouped by type of action to visualise the type of basic action they have more easily. Will make a similar sheet for basic arcane & divine magic users. By reducing the number of action cards on the table, they are less likely to doubt what to do next.
Back of second sheet: Simple bookkeeping, with a sidebar for the rest of the careersheet information for the current career. (# of actions, talents, etc.)
On the back again, because usually you only write/check this at the end of a session (well, if your GM hands out xp at the end of the session).
Let me know what you guys think. Any feedback is good feedback