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Player Guide - Desktop

Player Guide - Gameplay

Character Sheet

GM Guide - Desktop

GM Guide - Gameplay



The character sheet is the place where all the information about your character is stored. There are several tabs accessible on the right side of the character sheet to control which portion of the character sheet is visible. Additionally, there is a button at the bottom of the character sheet to open a miniature version of the character sheet to conserve desktop space.

  • Main: Contains a snapshot of the primary statistics of the character. This tab and the Actions tab will be used most often during advantures.
  • Combat: Details of combat statistics.
  • Skills: Details of individual skills.
  • Abilities: Lists of feats, proficiencies and other special abilities (class features, racial features, etc.).
  • Inventory: List of equipment and treasure carried, plus emcumbrance details.
  • Notes: Location to store miscellaneous character notes.
  • Actions: Lists of weapons and spells available.

Number Field Enhancements

  • Highlights when you click it: The field can be edited.
  • Small dice symbol in the lower left corner: Rolls can be made directly from this field by dragging or double-clicking.
  • Small plus sign in the upper right corner: This field supports a temporary modifier. To edit the temporary modifier, hold the CTRL key while using the mouse scroll wheel, or drop a number onto the field. These fields are always read-only.
  • Small plus sign in the lower right corner when you are holding a number over it: Dropped numbers will be added to the field, instead of replacing the original number.

Cycle Fields

Some fields are essentially a set of choices about which option to apply, such as for ability bonuses for attack and damage rolls. To change the value of a cycle field, just click on the cycle field.