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D&D5E – Character Sheet [rev7]

7 Page Character Sheet

Download your free copy here.

I cleaned up my 5th edition Dungeons and Dragons auto-fill Character Sheet and added some pages. I received comments that there wasn’t enough room on the old sheets to enter all of the needed information.
The original 4 pages haven’t changed much, other than adding room for a few magic items and for spell descriptions. I added a full sheet for more spells and their descriptions. There is also a sheet for Traits, Feats and Features. And another one for Magic Items.

The biggest addition is below:

Class Feature Sheets

One page for each sub-class for each of the classes in the Player’s Handbook.

I created these for an easier way for the players to remember their class features/abilities without having to write everything down. You can print off a sheet for each sub class so you don’t have to try and remember all the features or fill in your character sheet with features when it eventually becomes overloaded.

Barbarian (includes Berserker an Totem Warrior)
Bard (includes Colleges of Lore and Valor)
Cleric (includes the Domains of Knowledge, Life, Nature, Tempest, Trickery and War)
Druid (includes the Circles of the Land and the Moon)
Fighter (includes Battle Master, Champion and Eldritch Knight)
Monk (includes Ways of Shadow, the Four Elements and the Open Hand)
Paladin (includes Oaths of Devotion, the Ancients and Vengeance)
Ranger (includes Beast Master and Hunter)
Rogue (includes Arcane Trickster, Assassin and Thief)
Sorcerer (includes Draconic Bloodline and Wild Magic)
Warlock (includes the Archfey, the Fiend and the Great Old One Patrons)
Wizard (Includes the Schools Adjuration, Conjuration, Divination, Enchantment, Evocation, Illusion, Necromancy and Transmutation)

Download your free copies by clicking on the links above.

Each pdf file contains a separate page for each of the sub classes. For the sub classes that don’t require a full sheet, I included spaces for you to add information for more traits, feats or features.

The information on these sheets is intended as a reminder of the major effects of each of the features. As such, the feature descriptions are abbreviated. Please refer to the Player’s Handbook for the full descriptions. One abbreviation I should explain – When it says (1/rest), that indicates that it can be used one time between a long or short rest. (1/long rest) is one per long rest.

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16 responses to “D&D5E – Character Sheet [rev7]

  1. dmdungeon September 21, 2017 at 3:23 pm

    What an amazing Job on these. I’m very impressed with the detail you have put into making the new sheets.

    Thought I finally leave a note on how much what you do here is appreciated. I’ve directed others here for things and never a bad comment.

    Thanks again for a great resource.

    JT

    • Ronny September 21, 2017 at 9:23 pm

      Thank you very much!
      I have been working on these for a long time. I usually am the DM, but I realized the need for the Class Feature Sheets when I played a Barbarian in a game a friend was running. What I didn’t fully realize when I started making these was how many I would have to make. I ended up making a total of 40 different sub-class sheets.
      I appreciate you taking the time to post your comment.

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  9. Marn Manders October 10, 2017 at 2:27 am

    Amazing job on these,
    1 small thing though it seems like in the Bard sheets you have switched the Bonus Proficiencies between the 2 archtypes =)

  10. Nathan October 13, 2017 at 6:40 am

    This is a brilliant sheet with almost everything in it. Thank you so much for such a great tool for us newbies.

    • Ronny October 13, 2017 at 8:11 am

      Thanks. But its not just for newbies. You may find if helpful, but so do I. And I have been paying for about 40 years!

    • Ronny October 13, 2017 at 8:23 am

      You might be interested in the WHY of these sheets. There have been too many times in the past that I had a character sheet for a character that had been playing for some time and on his sheet there would be a number (such as how many points are added to the attack roll for a particular weapon) and the question would be asked as to where that number came from. Then it would take several minutes to go back and re-calculate all of the bonuses (magical bonus, dexterity or strength bonus, proficiency bonus, some other bonus for any number of reasons such as race, class or background for example) so I wanted a sheet that would clearly show where all of those bonuses came from.
      The rest is so I wouldn’t have to keep referring to the PHB and to act as a quick reminder of what a PC can do.

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