Thanks to these incredibly talented illustrators, even your 5e character sheet can be tailored to your character or to your own personality. They’re easy to purchase, download, and print in no time. The hardest part is picking which one to get.
(And if you’ve never filled out a character sheet before, you can take a look at the D&D Beyond web site for help building a character.)
YOUR GOOD ADVENTURING PAL (KATE LETH)
If you want to add a little more whimsy to your character sheet, Kate Leth’s design is both stylish and useful. “All the necessary info and none of the chaff,” says Kate’s design description, with a bit of a magical girl feel in the hearts and stars illustration. And who doesn’t want to feel like a magical girl sometimes?
MINIMAL STYLE (R-N-W)
If you or your character are no-nonsense, just-the-facts-Ma’am types, r-n-w has the ideal character sheet for you. The minimal design is just that, with no doodles, designs, or any other artwork other than the perfectly designed and spaced lettering and info boxes.
r-n-w also offers class-specific character sheets, multi-classing sheets, and a basic character sheet pack with a little bit of artistic flair.
WEARY TRAVELER (CARA MCGEE)
Cara McGee’s design gives your character sheet the feeling of trekking through mysterious woods that hold secrets untold. The Weary Traveler character sheet has a spot for your character portrait, clearly labeled boxes for your most vital information, and tons of little details you’ll discover while you’re spacing out during someone else’s turn in combat.
This article was originally published on Geek & Sundry.