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Dungeons & Dragons (4th Edition):: Original App By: jdoathout
Roleplaying_Game__App.accdb (3.88 MB)
Card Creator 1.0
Dec 11, 2014

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Dungeons & Dragons (4th Edition):: Power Card Backs Template for PaintDotNet By: jdoathout
Card Back Template.pdn (3.22 MB)
This is the Template used for the Card Backs in PaintDotNet. Has switchable on off layers.
Aug 15, 2014

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Dungeons & Dragons (4th Edition):: Example encounters sorted by level By: personwholives
Example encounters by level.pdf (195 KB)
This is all of the "example encounters" in the monster manuals, sorted by level. If you need to quickly assemble an encounter when your players go off somewhere unexpected, you can go to the appropriate level, find a set of monsters you like, and pull out a decently assembled encounter easily. Incredibly useful for a new DM.
Apr 24, 2013

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Dungeons & Dragons (4th Edition):: Power Reference Sheet By: tatoolo
example_power_sheet.jpg (271 KB)
An example of the sheets in action. One sheet contains all my At-Will and Encounter powers which are referenced frequently, and the other has Daily powers. Overlapping them allows me to see all my powers at once without taking up much room. I can list all the details (action type, keywords, range, etc.) which are pertinent while leaving out the "obvious" ones for brevity and readability.
Jul 4, 2012
Power_Sheet_doc.doc (42 KB)
Fillable sheet to track your character's powers with any information you need. 15 powers can be stored per sheet, and they can be layered to see all your powers on multiple sheets at once.
Jun 26, 2012

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Dungeons & Dragons (4th Edition):: Player mat MKII By: Nazhuret
Player mat MKII.jpg (1.74 MB)
This is the second version of my player mat.
It's intended to be used in conjunction with a more involved character sheet.
I use the character sheet to do all the calculations and then transfer the numbers you actually need to know without all the clutter onto the player mat.

It's meant to be used with poker chips stacked for hit points, surges and temporary hit points. Also glass beads (or some such) indicating second wind, failed death saves and action points.

Putting it into a sheet protector will allow you to write on it with an erasable pen (wet or dry erase depending on material used) for initiative and any other information you'd like if you don't want to use beads and chips.

Room for important notes not included on the sheet or cards as well as status effects affecting your character is provided on the left.

The weapon attack mod is intended to incorporate every mod possible INCLUDING HALF LEVEL except ability.

The ability blocks are meant to NOT include half level.

The skills are meant to include all mods INCLUDING half level.
Aug 25, 2011

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Dungeons & Dragons (4th Edition):: 4E BITs (Burning Wheel Style) sheet By: MJ Harnish
4E Beliefs.pdf (29 KB)
Character record sheet & house rules (these have been play tested in my home game) for adding Burning Wheel style Beliefs, Instincts, & Traits to your D&D game. The rules were designed for 4E D&D but could be easily adapted to almost any ruleset.
Jan 30, 2011

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Dungeons & Dragons (4th Edition):: *Ultimate* Character Creation Reference Chart By: AngryStarAnarchy
DnD 4e Character Creation Reference.ods (34 KB)
This is a spreadsheet that summarises the key abilities of different races and classes. This is handy when you know what kind of character you want to build but aren't sure which class or race is best suited for it. Handy reference that saves your from flipping pages back and forth.

A must for building balanced parties or min-max-ing extremists!

Comments, corrections, and suggestions welcome!


(Requires the free OpenOffice.org Calc to open)
May 12, 2010

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Dungeons & Dragons (4th Edition):: D&D 4th Ed combat flow chart By: Tinky_Winky
Combat Sequence for D&D v2.jpg (155 KB)
This is version 2 of a flow chart I made using Inspiration to help my middle school students learn the combat sequence in 4th edition D&D. I hope others find it helpful! I like it because it puts all the basics of combat onto a single A4 page. Please let me know if there are any mistakes or if you can think of any improvements.
Jan 6, 2010
Combat Sequence for D&D.jpg (156 KB)
I made this flow chart using Inspiration to help my middle school students learn the combat sequence in 4th edition D&D. I hope others find it helpful! I like it because it puts all the basics of combat onto a single A4 page. Please let me know if there are any mistakes or if you can think of any improvements.
Nov 13, 2009

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Dungeons & Dragons (4th Edition):: v2.0 Character Initiative Cards By: lorddillon
char-init-card V2.pdf (29 KB)
Version 2 of character initiative cards courtesy of HAPPYJACKS.ORG
Dec 22, 2009

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Dungeons & Dragons (4th Edition):: Conditions and status markers By: tatoolo
ConditionsMarkersv1.0.pdf (47 KB)
Markers used for tracking common conditions and other combat modifiers (ongoing damage, bloodied, attack roll and defense modifiers). Conditions which grant combat advantage are grey. Version 1.0.
Oct 13, 2009

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