Bloody Hell! I spent many a day making this optimal maximal best-so-far usable-for-all-Character-Classes DCC RPG Character Sheet in Photoshop…for I see myself as an audio guy (plus a creative-writer-whilst-drunk) and not a graphic designer by any stretch of the fevered imagination. If you enjoy groovy marginalia/winding art, DIY while your Judge goes on a descriptive tirade and/or introduces her favourite I-would-like-to-be-a-player-but-nobody-is-arsed-to-GM-but-me-NPC. Enjoy the fruits of my pain/tears/other excrections. Now in good ol’ PDF format!
Some notes on the sheet, should you require any:
WIS: Feel free to ignore this Attribute, as it is a carry-over from D&D which we nonetheless use at my table.
Alignment: Fill in a single letter, or two if your gaming group opts for the 9 classic AD&D ones.
Skills: Thief abilities and/or actual skills e.g. from my “Advanced” DCC RPG Rules.
Spells: List in freehand, in charmingly 70’s fashion, your spell-using PC’s repertoire, with “MM” for Mercurial Magic table numerical entries.
Cheers for fears,
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How can I open a csd file with Adobe Reader? I am using Windows 10. Thanks!
You cannot. The format is for the NBOS software as detailed in the first paragraph of the blog post above…
Is there anyway to download this in another manner. I tried looking for said software and couldn’t figure it out. It’s the best DCC character sheet I’ve found.
Ta! Yep, that software is pretty clumsy in various ways. MM is currently looking into a more sane alternative.
Alrighty then! After much pain & trouble, the character sheet has now been reworked and featured as a soothing old PDF file.
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