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D&D 5E – Quick Play Character Sheets – rev. 8
Ready-To-Play First Level Character SheetsIf you want a ready-to-play first level character for fifth edition dungeons and dragons, simply select your character sheet below. Pick the race and class you want, download the filled-in character sheet and you will be ready to play.
This is an update to the Quick Play Character Sheets I posted in 2014 (find them HERE). I completely overhauled them, primarily by putting them onto the latest version of my form-fallible character sheets (find them HERE). While I was at it I corrected mistakes and added more information. I also gave each character a name, added the Artificer class and added a character sketch (from images I found freely on the internet – I make no claim to them).
I used the suggested quick build from the Player’s Handbook as a guide to fill in the information.
You can change any of the information and continue to use the sheet as your character advances in level. You can find box-by-box instructions HERE.
Changing the level will only update the next level XP goal, the proficiency bonus and all of the fields that are effected by the changed proficiency bonus. You will have to make all other adjustments that may be needed for the new, higher level character.
I used the standard array [15, 14, 13, 12, 10, and 8] for ability scores. I placed the first two scores in the abilities as suggested in the Player’s Handbook for the quick build for the class, and I put the others where I thought best for the class. I then adjusted them based on the character’s race.
For all the rest of the information, I used my best judgment to create what I thought would be a “typical” build for each race and class.