1. In table-top role-playing games, such as Dungeons & Dragons, a Character Sheet is the paper representation of a player character. Its function mirrors that of stat screens and menus in computer and console RPGs, because it keeps track of your character, your character's stats, equipment, etc. In the revised version of Dungeons & Dragons v3.5, Character Sheets are about four pages, the first having the character's name, ability scores, equipped weapons, etc; the second and third pages contain equipment and magic information, and the last page keeps track of your skill ranks and feats.
You can download Character Sheets as Adobe PDFs off of Wizards' official website.
by aka_pyro June 13, 2007

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