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D&D 5E – Condition Cards

Condition Cards

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I re-did my condition cards. I added backs and put them all in one PDF file.

I had a good time designing the smiley faces. I hope you get a kick out of them.

The fronts are form-fillable so you can make changes to them if you want. That allows non-English players to change them to read correctly in their language. Also you can make changes to allow for house rules, or other gaming systems.

When I print them on my ink-jet printer I can’t get the backs to line up exactly with the fronts, so if it doesn’t work for you the only thing I can suggest is to print the backs on separate sheets and put the fronts and backs together some how (paste or clear sleeves?). They are only off about 1/16″ when I print them, so I will just live with the fronts being a little off centered.

I added a “Hidden” and a “Temporary Condition” card. If you play 5E you know that there is no “Hidden” condition. This card can still be used as a reminder that someone is trying to hide. The “Temporary Condition” card is for things like spells that add to armor class or hit points, or some such. It is a catch all for any conditions that you may want to keep track of during combat.

The colors I used match the colors of a set of “ponytailers” that I picked up at Walmart for about $2.00. They are fabric covered rubber bands about 1″ in diameter that can be put around the figures on the battle mat. I used light gray for white and dark grey for black.


2 responses to “D&D 5E – Condition Cards

  1. Dale August 20, 2016 at 5:38 pm

    Cool. One thing jangled my brain and it took a while to work out what it was. Why is the blinded mook using his own hands but the deafened one is using someone else’s? You can tell by the position of the thumbs.

    • Ronny August 20, 2016 at 7:15 pm

      Hi,Dale. There is a simple explanation, I made a mistake.:) I intended for them to all be his own hands. I didn’t notice the mistake until after I posted them. But to correct it, you wouldn’t see his thumbs. I think I will leave it.
      Maybe he crossed his arms? I just tried it. Not easy, but possible?

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