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Thanks everyone for asking for these!
Awesome. I was wondering when this was going up. Thanks Mike!
I must say that IMHO these are the worst character sheets that I have ever seen. They may be helpful for rolling up characters for the first character, but they are not very useful as a character sheet.
Maybe because the death-rate is supposed to be high... you'll need character sheets that help with creation? :-)
I recently made a character sheet based heavily on the official sheet, but without some of the extraneous information. Of course, since my copy of the game hasn't arrived yet, I'm not sure how usable it actually is.
I uploaded a jpeg to my photo gallery. If anyone is interested, I could email a high quality bmp image or an .xps document of the sheet if they cared to use it. I unfortunately can't print to pdf...
Here's a preview of the half-sheets I'm working on in anticipation for the WWGD this weekend. The official sheet is a little lacking, but for my purposes, I think the official sheet plus a half-sheet for each origin should cover just about everything.
So much for using Google Docs. This should work.
Not bad. I was thinking that the Official GW worksheet would easily fit 2 to an 8x11 page if it was trimmed up a little bit.
With your effort, I'm thinking instead that the character sheet could sit in the middle with the character's "half-page" origins on either side (primary on left, secondary on right). You could then fold it up as a sort of character folio if you wanted to do so.
But then again, I was slightly disappointed that we didn't get graphics for each of the origin types because I like the Encounters character sheets and would have loved to put a Gamma World character sheet like that together. Not that I couldn't find Art out there though...
Nice Battles14. If you created each origin twice (a blanck right side (primary) and a blank left side (secondary). You could then print the primary, then run the same sheet through the printer again and print the secondary origin and wha-la you have both your primary and secondary origin traits and abilities on the same sheet of paper.
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