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How should I keep up with the stats of of an epic-level god-like… 
17th-Sep-2004 01:03 am
How should I keep up with the stats of of an epic-level god-like character? Will they all fit on a normal character sheet?
16th-Sep-2004 10:17 pm (UTC)
I was just playing one. I couldn't fit it all on one sheet. I had three sheets for spells and special abilities...and then as much as I could fit on the normal sheet.
16th-Sep-2004 10:19 pm (UTC)
Well, then I guess I'll just do a character sheet and then two pieces of regular paper. Argh.
16th-Sep-2004 11:04 pm (UTC)
you can grab the 4 page character sheet for Eberron off the WOTC site, you'll have to search for them, that seems to work pretty well. Also there are downloadable spell sheets that list ALL the spells that are OGL, my players found them somewhere (maybe rpgsheets.com, not sure)... The big deal is making up a decent combat matrix to track all your stats as your buff states change... :)
17th-Sep-2004 02:56 am (UTC)
Yeah, grab some paper. You'll figure out really fast that there is just way too damn much to keep on a char sheet...try running a campaign on that scale. Its mind boggling.
17th-Sep-2004 05:59 am (UTC) - My suggestion
Don't use character sheets. Use a seperate piece of paper with stat-blocks, and take the time to write out a "strategy" section if the god is going to see combat.

(I'll ICQ you later today about deity-lite. It's MUCH easier to use--it'll fit on a regular character sheet!)
17th-Sep-2004 07:16 am (UTC)
When my Aasimar got up to that level, I ended up ditching the character sheets and just reprinted everything in a spiral notebook.. that way nothing was loose and fluttering around. Last thing I needed to do was lose a spell sheet. ;)
17th-Sep-2004 05:47 pm (UTC)
okay....i have a massive, epic level character and i'm able tokeep all the info on one sheet.

for the guy who was doing the drawing of her, i put the full description of her clothing and accessories on another page. but all the game required info was able to fit onto a regular sheet.
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