3.5E Party Sheet

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See the Party Sheet topic for basic functions of the party sheet.

The 3.5E ruleset adds 3 additional tabs to the party sheet: Main, Skills and XP. These tabs are only visible to the GM. The Main and Skills tabs can be made visible to the players via a GM option accessible in the Options window.

Main Tab

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The party sheet main tab is a place to track high-level information about the party, including: Name, Class, Level, HP, Ability Scores, and Defenses.

Additionally, the GM can use this tab to make attack rolls against the party, saving throws for the party or ability checks for the party all at once. Just set the ability and target DC for a party ability check, save type and target DC for a party saving throw check or the attack modifier for a party attack roll.

A visibility toggle in the lower left corner can be changed to determine whether the group rolls are shown to the players. The visibility toggle is only shown if the Show GM Rolls option is turned on.

Skills Tab

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The party sheet skills tab is a place to track skill-based information on the party. The Senses field and a Languages summary are also shown for each party member.

Additionally, the GM can use this tab to make skill rolls for the party all at once. Specify the skill to use and the target DC for the party to roll against.

A visibility toggle in the lower left corner can be changed to determine whether the group rolls are shown to the players. The visibility toggle is only shown if the Show GM Rolls option is turned on.

XP Tab

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The party sheet XP tab is a place for the GM to track experience information for the campaign.

The top-most list provides a summary of each party member's experience (name, class, level, current XP, needed XP).

The bottom lists allow the GM to track encounters and quests completed by the party during the campaign prior to XP distribution. Encounters can be added by dragging the link from the campaign Encounters list. Quests can be added directly using the standard list editing buttons. To award XP for one encounter/quest or all of them, just right click on the relevant entry or list, then select the Award XP menu option.