Post by Billiam Babble on Aug 20, 2011 17:21:40 GMT -5
Nice list of character sheets, Prof! One can never have too many different designs. (Especially when they are free!) I was tried to draw elements for T&T characters -on paper and computer, but the basics weren't really working out. I might try one from scratch again (my attempts at characters often look like a cross between Fighting Fantasy scrolls with Basic D&D boxes and lines) - wanted to create a parchment version with eroded ink/print - like a treasure map (with a printer friendly version of course).
Of course, one can always use an index card. Old-skool!!
The Vital Spot has a generic edition sheet available. Link is at the bottom of the page. Sorry, I forget who's page that is.
The Vital Spot is run by Jason Mills, a good friend of Boozer and the author of the Scandal in String Water solo. Very worth getting, if you can lay your hands on a copy; contact him to see if he has any stock.
Print us up a heap of these things Fin. i'll give you some "xtra credit". I can use them for NPC's as well..... probably easier to keep track of than my scratch paper notations. ( Fin has seen me on multiple occasions going crazy trying to find a missing drawing or set of stats)
personally, i tend to put characters on plain white paper. Its VERY old school. But this emerges not from dogmatism.... rather from the fact that my character ideas tend to emerge first as a drawing or a descriptive paragraph, and only later as a set of game stats. Maybe thats the GM in me, as players seem most often to start with stats and move on later to appearance and personality. Or maybe its a chick thing? an artist thing? whatever.
I would be likliest to use a "sheet" if it had plenty of room for a drawing.... like at LEAST a quarter page...... but thats how I roll. I grew up more passionate about Jack Kirby than J.r.r. Tolkien. i guess my game reflects that.
I very well might be something harmless such as add on the page or something innocent. I had my son use my computer recently and infect it when he did some unwise downloading and so now I have everything set all the way up and several more layers of protection activated( dang kids!).
Hallo, Jason Mills here. There's mention above of virus warnings triggered by my website, www.vitalspot.f9.co.uk. My apologies for those! The site had a dodgy but hopefully harmless reference inserted by a virus onto each page; but it's gone now.
mahrundl was kind enough to praise my solo, Scandal In Stringwater! We at Tavernmaster Games are currently preparing a few new products, among which is my sequel to that one, Banquet In Stringwater! Just sayin'. ;D We'll probably be knocking up our own character sheet soon too.
Post by Grooz The Mighty on Jul 28, 2017 19:38:53 GMT -5
Does anyone here know HTML? I'm slowly trying to put together a roll20 Tunnels and Trolls group but Roll20 doesn't have a T&T sheet! I know right? I was blown away. So either I need someone who understands HTML to make up a good character sheet to use for roll20 or I have to learn HTML......Guess what I'm hoping?
Now keep in mind I have no real clue what I am asking. This could be a five minute project or a 25 hour one, I have no clue. So if it's huge well,sorry or THANK you VERY VERY MUCH! Depending on what you do 8)
Used to be Burdbelkus Portabello, Lichbeard but...I got better!
I know HTML, but I don't know Roll20. Do you have a link to the requirements?
Separately, I guess I didn't see this thread when I created my T&T character sheets for 5th edition and 7.5. I don't currently have one for Deluxe, but Deluxe doesn't include negative Combat Adds, so that part of the sheet could be simplified muchly.