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Microlite20 Games => Microlite74/78/81 Games => Topic started by: GM.Brad on January 04, 2017, 07:00:54 pm

Title: PC Sheets and where to get them?
Post by: GM.Brad on January 04, 2017, 07:00:54 pm
Having read through most of the basic discussions on how each ruleset is built is/are there any specifically constructed pc sheets floating in cyberspace somewhere that pertain to each of the Microlite versions (especially 78) as I am trying to input as much of the core rules into Realmworks for a campaign I want to build and run. I just need a dependable sheet for players to use with as little fuss and muss as possible.
Title: Re: PC Sheets and where to get them?
Post by: randalls on January 05, 2017, 07:28:13 am
Having read through most of the basic discussions on how each ruleset is built is/are there any specifically constructed pc sheets floating in cyberspace somewhere that pertain to each of the Microlite versions (especially 78) as I am trying to input as much of the core rules into Realmworks for a campaign I want to build and run.

Years ago, some people posted sheets for Microlite74 1.1 and 2.0. I don't think anyone has done so for Microlite78. I tend to design sheet for each campaign I run, so they aren't generic enough to be useful for anyone else. They have stuff specific to the setting and the specific options and house rules the campaign is using.
Title: Re: PC Sheets and where to get them?
Post by: GM.Brad on January 05, 2017, 02:23:39 pm
ok, with regard to information would using a standard ad&d or 3.5 sheet have the basic structure to reproduce a sheet? I just need something to work from if I am going to build a new one, just not sure what to use or what is absolutely needed and what can be done without sheet-wise.
Title: Re: PC Sheets and where to get them?
Post by: randalls on January 11, 2017, 04:34:47 pm
ok, with regard to information would using a standard ad&d or 3.5 sheet have the basic structure to reproduce a sheet?

An AD&D 1e sheet should be fairly easy to modify for Microlite78. A 3.5 sheet would probably require a lot more work.