Basic Dungeons & Dragons Character Sheet

Basic Dungeons & Dragons Character Sheet

Basic D&D Character Sheet

As a continuation of the previous post, the second addition to the Download section of the website is a character sheet I created in conjunction with the work I did on the random dungeon generation tables and the three uncompleted maps from those tables.

While the character sheet resembles the sheets put out by TSR years ago, it is a computer generated sheet that mimics one I made back in the 80’s by hand. Page two shows the larger differences from the TSR sheet. Somehow, someway, I was able to use Excel and Adobe.

Anyway, if anyone should find their way here, use it and enjoy it.

UPDATE (20. January 2015): I added an additional sheet to use the Baskerville typeface instead of the Constantia typeface found in this sheet. You can find that sheet here.

UPDATE (10. January 2020: For a Savable and Form-Fillable version of this sheet (Baskerville typeface), goto this post Basic D&D Baskerville Character Sheet and It’s Form-Fillable and Savable Now

3 thoughts on “Basic Dungeons & Dragons Character Sheet

  1. Pingback: White Box Dungeons & Dragons Character Record | Jasper's Rantings

  2. Richard Sharpe

    Thank you!

    I hate to ask for more, but this is such a perfect sheet—could you make it “fillable” by any chance?

    Either way, thanks again! Love the blog!

    Reply
    1. jasperak Post author

      Thank you for your interest Richard. Some time after I posted the sheet in this thread, I made an additional one with Baskerville and then added fillable forms to that one. I’ve updated this post to link to that final sheet I posted. I did these sheets about five years ago through InDesign of which I don’t think I have access to anymore (old decrepit laptop). Thanks for stopping by.

      Reply

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