Fillable PDF File for a D&D Character Sheet
Well, I think I’m going back into D&D for a little bit while the rest of the nation is a COVID-19 scare. One of the best parts of Dungeons and Dragons is the character development. This is where you roll dice and start to make a story of how your character came into existence.
However, for personalities like mine, I find it difficult to use pencils and erasers so I took this awesome character sheet from Wizards of the Coast and made it editable from your computer. This way, you can type everything out and then hit print.
For those of you with a full version of Acrobat, you’ll be able to save the document to make the changes after your adventure. There are some parts where I didn’t add the ability to edit…Current Hit Points, Temporary Hit Points, Hit Dice, and the Successes, Failures for Death Saves. Mainly because this is something that you will need a pencil since it changes. Yes, it all changes but at least this way, you can update your character sheet and reprint it when necessary.
This is a little rough but a good start. Special thanks to Wizards of the Coast.
Here’s a better form where you can cut and paste whole paragraphs. The previous version had an entry for each line. This time, I put in whole blocks where it seemed convenient.
Wizards_of_the_Coast_DND_Character_Sheet <—USE THIS ONE