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It’s helpful although I wish that the classes section had more detail into their perks, traits and proficiencies
I see this as a helpful tool for someone new to the game to help them quickly see the differences in the classes so they can quickly decide which one to choose to play. Then they go to the PHB to fill in the details. It is already a complex graphic – I think adding perks, traits, and proficiencies would only make it harder for them to make their decision.
However – a more complete step-by-step guide with everything you need to create your first character is not a bad idea. I’ll have to think about that.
Thank you for your comment.
The image here is great, if you could upload that in a higher resolution or pdf it would be much appreciated!
Thanks. Unfortunately, I don’t have a higher resolution original – I found this somewhere (I forget where exactly) when doing a Google search. But I did convert it into a 5 page PDF file that is bigger and easier to read. You may have overlooked the link. Just below where it says “Character Creation Cheat Sheet” above, there is a line that says “Download your free pdf copy here.” If you click on the word “here” (it should be a different color and underlined) it should download the pdf file I created.
I hope this helps.
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I would love to see an updated version of this with all the new material.
Here is some additional information on this:
It includes a link to an updated version. I am repeating that link here:
I hope this helps.
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