Keep Up with All of Your Characters
Inside the pockets of this protective folder, you'll find a full set of Dungeons & Dragons character record sheets -- and more. Formatted in a new folio-style layout, each record has plenty of room to keep track of everything that makes each of your characters unique, including extra space for adding new class features and abilities for your multiclass characters.
- Eleven four-page character record sheets, one for each of the character classes in the Player's Handbook.
- A four-page generic D&D character record sheet.
- Quick-reference spell lists for all spellcasting classes in the Player's Handbook and spellcasting prestige classes in the Dungeon Master's Guide.
- A bonus, four-page d20 Modern character record sheet.
Every character record sheet and spell list is designed to be easy to photocopy, so you'll always have a fresh sheet on hand when you need one.
Folio-style means 11 x 17 inches, printed on both sides, folded in half. That means you've got one big piece of paper that can hold all your character statistics, skills and so on (all the junk you need at your fingertips in combat) on one side, and a ton of other stuff (like your equipment) on the other. Folded in half, the sheet takes up just as much room as a normal character sheet, so it's easy to transport and doesn't have to take up too much space at the gaming table. The pocket folder is a nice touch to the product, giving you a safe place to store your master copies of the sheets.
If you downloaded the D&D 3.5 Accessory Update Bookletor picked one up at Gen Con, you've already gotten a look at the basic design of the new character sheet (complete with the places for your flat-footed and touch AC -- my favorite "most helpful" improvement.)