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Savage Worlds (Tabbed) Character Sheet Preview

The Savage Worlds (Tabbed) Character Sheet was created by G V and was designed to help streamline game play of the Savage Worlds system by Pinnacle Entertainment Group. The Sheet attempts to be more Core Rules focused, but does allow for some customization of rules (such as changing the Wild Die type, or modifying the Bonus Damage for Raises on the attack roll).

The latest version of the sheet can be found on GitHub: https://github.com/Roll20/roll20-character-sheets/tree/master/SavageWorlds-Tabbed

A quick note on character sheet conventions that apply to all sections of the Character Sheet... 'Roll Buttons': There are two types of roll buttons: Standard and GM. The gray roll button with the d20 icon will make a roll that is visible to everyone in the game. Formulas will be provided in the proper selection. The GM button is yellow with "gm" as the label. This roll button will make the exact same roll as the standard button, but will whisper it to the GM, so the results are only visible to the player and the GM.

'Show/Hide Buttons': Throughout the sheet are buttons to hide various sections. These buttons are positioned above the section that will be hidden. Once the button is clicked, it will change color and "Hide" will change to "Show". This is to make navigation easier and to declutter the sheet for the player.

'Macro Formulas': Most repeating sections that contain roll buttons also contain a checkbox to show/hide the formula used by the standard roll button. This is to make creating your own character sheet Abilities easier so that toke actions can be created. Additionally, roll buttons in repeating sections cannot be dragged to the Macro bar at the bottom of screens, so...these were created to help make it easier.

'Roll Button Formulas': The basic formula for the roll buttons (specific examples will be given in the relevant sections) follow is: {Rank+Rank Modifier, Wild Die}KeepHightest1 + Trait Roll Modifier + Trait Test Modifier (or Damage Modifier in the case of damage rolls) + Encumbrance Penalty (for Agility- or Strength-based rolls, encumbrance is always 0 or a negative number) - Wounds - Fatigue

NOTE: This page is under major construction and more sections will be brought online shortly.


Character Sheet

The Savage Worlds (Tabbed) character sheet includes all the necessary core data for a Savage Worlds character, but leverages the unique capabilities of Roll20. The sheet auto-calculates, Parry and Toughness and a few other setting specific/game expanding derived stats like Strain (cyberpunk) or Sanity (horror). A tabbed interface combined with optional "show/hide" subsections allow for a more manageable sheet. Sheet rolls ("built-in" macros) can be rolled directly off the sheet or activated using an ability macro. All attributes and sheet rolls that can be accessed are easily determined with a quick mouse-over.

The sheet includes every skill from the Savage Worlds Deluxe Core ruleset plus a few popular skills such as: Faith, Guts, Rituals, Spellcasting, Psionics, and Weird Science. All skills except for Fighting are hidden by default allowing the player to select the skills s/he will be using for the character rather than contribute to visual clutter. Fighting is always visible, because Parry is derived from it.

The sheet also has an alternate version specifically for Mooks/Allies, allowing for quick input and access to an NPC's stats. Below is a detailed explanation of the various parts of the character sheet.

The Header Section

The "header" section of the character sheet contains two buttons:

  • The Configuration button
  • The Switch to Ally/Mook (or Switch to Wild Card) button

SW-Tabbed-Header.png

Ally/Mook Sheet

Savage Worlds Tabbed Character Sheet in Ally/Mook view

The Ally/Mook Sheet has most of the same functionality is the Wild Card sheet, but does not roll a Wild Die on any of the roll buttons. Additionally, the fields have been streamlined and in most cases have a single Modifier field to encompass all Rank modifiers as well as any modifiers due to special abilities or Edges and Hindrances.

Throughout the sheet are Hide/Show buttons or Checkboxes. Clicking (or checking) any of these will hide (or show) the relevant section.

Several fields of particular note are:

  • XP/Rank
  • Wounds
  • Trait Test Modifier
  • Damage Modifier
XP/Rank

This field is included in case you use the rule for advancing Mooks as found on page 93 of the Savage Worlds Deluxe: Explorer's Edition Rule Book.

Wounds

While the Core Rules dictate that a Mook is either UP or DOWN, many have adopted the house rule for a class of mook called an Ace (or some other snazzy name) that have wound levels, but no wild die. The Wounds field allows you to keep track of the wounds an Ace has and adjust the rolls automatically to care for that.

Trait Test Modifier

The Trait Test Modifier field can be used to track any modifiers that may impact the trait test that may vary from round to round. This would include things like:

  • Range Modifiers
  • Lighting Modifiers
  • Unstable Platform Modifiers
  • Anything else the GM feels is appropriate

Configuration

Savage Worlds Tabbed Character Sheet Configuration Window in its default state with the four different configuration areas collapsed and hidden

The configuration window allows the GM and Player a little more control over various aspects of the character sheet. One can tweak the User Interface slightly by changing the Logo or the Background image. Additional tweaks include modifying how some of the fields display themselves, and even hiding the Arcanum Tab.

Configuration: UI Tweaks
SWT-UI-Tweaks.png

Backgrounds

One can choose from various backgrounds to give the sheet a different flavor, one that matches the game being played. Currently, one can choose from the following list of backgrounds:
Backgrounds will continue to be added to fill other genre/styles. For example, Fantasy, etc.
You can also choose to not use a background and have have a plain white sheet.

Logos

The logos one can choose from (currently) are all for official settings and are used with permission from the respective copyright holder. More logos will be added over time as permission is received to do so.

Other Miscellaneous Tweaks

Attribute section using the Dice Drop Down Menu
Dice Drop Down Menus: Replace the standard drop down menu with a drop down that shows the die type rather than a textual version of the die type. These special Drop Down menus are only for the Wild Card version of the Character Sheet and only work for non-Repeating sections. When selected, the Wild Die will also use the Dice Icon as well.
Hide the Arcanum Tab: Selecting this will hide the Arcanum tab from the Wild Card Character Sheet. Selecting this also hides the Arcanum section when the All tab is selected.
View of the Wild Card Tab row without the Arcanum tab










Font list menu for the Quest Log
Quest Font Type: The quest font type is used to change the font used for the Quest Log on the Journal tab. There are 9 options to choose from, 8 of which are handwriting style fonts. The intent is to give the quest log a little more of an immersive feel.
Snapshot of the Quest Log with a handwriting font selected











Show Advancements: This checkbox will reveal a repeating section on the Journal tab to keep track of a character's advancements. It consists of two columns: XP, and Advancement. This element is unchecked (and thus hidden) by default.
Roll Template: There are two types of roll templates: Trait and Damage. For each type of roll template there are two different themes: Solid, or an Ace-like card. A selection must be made here, or the output will be a text output of the template (i.e. it will show the curly braces and the names, the rolls will still be calculated properly, though). I'm working to try and figure out a way around this. Selecting the "No Roll Template" will enable the original emote style buttons. Selecting one of the roll template will enable the roll buttons on the sheet to use one the selected roll template.
Configuration: Game Settings
Snapshot of the Game Settings Configuration Window
This section of the Configuration is broken down into 2 areas: Home Brew Rules, and Setting Modifications. Setting Modifications is further broken down into 3 groups: Additional Derived Stats, Field Replacements, and Additional Fields. This section is where you can modify the sheet to fit a particular setting you may be playing.
Additional Derived Stats: This grouping provides more Derived stats to flesh out a game. These are different from the other groupings in that the items under this heading will appear in the Derived Stats section of the Basic Info tab. Currently, this section includes (each will be discussed in the Derived Stats section of this guide):
  • Corruption
  • Fame
  • Firewall
  • Glory
  • Grit
  • Sanity
  • Strain
  • Street Cred
Field Replacements: These are options to re-label an existing field of the character sheet. For example, Low Life refers to money as Clams, and 50 Fathoms as well as Pirates of the Spanish Main use Pieces of Eight. The money field remains the same, only the label changes. In most instances, the field that is being replaced will be listed in parentheses next to the new field label. The options available are:
  • Claims
  • Code Name
  • Pieces of Eight
  • Origin of Parahuman Abilities (this modifies the Physical Appearance header, but doesn't really replace anything—merely adds to it)
  • Species
  • Threat Rating
Additional Fields: These are fields that can be shown in other areas of the character sheet, but are not Derived Stats. Most of these additional fields appear on the Basic Info tab, but not all of them. The list of additional fields includes:
  • Augmentations (Equipment Tab)
  • Home World (Basic Info Tab)
  • Languages (Basic Info Tab)
  • Nerves of Steel (Basic Info Tab)
  • Occupation (Basic Info Tab)
  • Permanent Injuries (Basic Info Tab)
  • Ship Name (Basic Info Tab)
  • Worst Nightmare (Basic Info Tab)

Each of these additional fields will be discussed in the section of the guide detailing the appropriate tab.

Home Brew Rules: Currently, there are only two options under this section. They are: allow a progression of Bonus Damage Dice when raises are achieved, and allow a Power Pointsless option.

According to the Core Rules, when an attack succeeds with one ore more raises damage is rolled with an additional d6—however, some groups play where each additional raise on the attack roll increases the die type by one, to a maximum of d12. Checking this box will provide a drop down menu where the appropriate die type for the bonus damage can be selected. This will be outlined later in the appropriate section under Skills and Arcanum.

The Power Pointsless option removes the Power Points field from the Arcanum tab.

Configuration: Core Skills
Skills available to Wild Cards in the Configuration window
The Core Skills windows are essentially identical, the only difference is which character sheet view is affected. Rather than list out all the skills available (see the screen shot), all the skills from the Savage Worlds Deluxe Core rules are available, plus the following additional skills:
  • Faith
  • Guts
  • Psionics
  • Ritual
  • Spellcasting
  • Weird Science
All skills are hidden (unselected) be default, except for Fighting which is always visible, since it is necessary in calculating Parry.

Wild Card Tabs

The tabs on the Savage Worlds Tabbed Character Sheet only apply to Wild Cards and are there to make navigation easier and to assist in keeping the screen as clear of clutter as possible. The tabs are:

  • Basic Info
  • Edges & Hindrances
  • Skills
  • Equipment
  • Arcanum
  • Journal
  • All

Each tab will be discussed in detail below, except for the All tab. This tab displays all sections in one, long scrollable section (as if there were no tabs).

Basic Info

Basic Info
Basic Info Tab: Demographics
The Basic Info tab contains much of the core information about a character and is broken down into two basic categories: The Demographic information, and "The Other Stuff".
Demographics
Demographics
This section contains the following fields:
  • Name - This is the Characters Name. If the Field Replacement Code Name is checked (in Configuration), an additional field will also appear labeled "Civilian Name". This is useful for Superheroes or Spycraft type settings.
  • Player - This is the name of the person playing the character
  • Homeworld - This field is one of the "additional fields" and is useful for Sci-Fi settings where the characters may be from different homeworlds.
  • Race - The character's race would be entered here.
  • Gender/Age - These are two different fields. The first is Gender where the player can enter the gender the character identifies as. This is an open text field allowing for more genders rather than the standard binary Fe-/Male. Age is a numeric value representing how old the character is.
  • Derived Stats—This section's header consists of: Base (the starting or default value), Mod (Modifier—any bonuses or penalties that affect the derived stat), Armor (any armor values that may impact the Derived stat—this really is only fro Toughness currently), and Current (the sum of Base+Mod+Armor). There are a couple of Derived Stats with a different header and those will be detailed below.
    • Pace - The pace of the character. The Base value is 6
    • Parry - The character's parry score. The Base value is (Fighting/2)+2
    • Sanity - This field is one that can be added via the Configuration window. It was first introduced in the Tour of Darkness setting. The Base value is (Spirit/2)+2
    • Charisma - This field is the standard Charisma stat for Savage Worlds. The Base Value is 0
    • Fame - This field is one that can be added via the Configuration window. It was first introduced in the Pirates of the Spanish Main setting. It is a measure of ones standing in society and starts at 0
    • Firewall - This field is one that can be added via the Configuration window. It was first introduced in the Interface Zero 2.0 setting. The base value is 4
    • Grit - This field is one that can be added via the Configuration window. It was first introduced in the Deadlands setting. The Base value is 1 point of Grit per Rank (i.e. Novice = 1, Legendary = 5)
    • Toughness - The character's Toughness score. The base value is (Vigor/2)+2
    • Street Cred - This field is one that can be added via the Configuration window. It was first introduced in the Interface Zero 2.0 setting. The base value is 2 points per Rank (i.e. Novice = 2, Legendary = 10). Generally speaking, the max amount of Street Cred one can have is 10, however, this can be modified by Edges, though there is no place to capture the Max Street Cred Modifiers. The Mod field for this field applies to a person current Street Cred rating, and the Current value = Base+Mod
    • Strain - This field is one that can be added via the Configuration window. It was first introduced in the Interface Zero 2.0 setting. This represents the strain on the body and Spirit due to cybernetic augmentation. The base value is 0. The Max field indicates the maximum strain your character can handle. Current = Mod + Strain totals (calculated from the values in the Augmentations section of the Equipment Tab).
  • Wild Die - This is the Wild Die that will be used when rolling a Trait Test for a Wild Card character. This is a text input field (or can be changed to the Dice Drop Down menu via the Configuration window) so it can be changed to accommodate homebrew rules and/or edges that may modify the Wild Die.
  • XP - This is a numeric field to capture the number of experience points a character has
  • Rank - This is the Rank of the character. 0-19 = Novice, 20-39 = Seasoned, 40-59 = Veteran, 60-79 = Heroic, and 80+ = Legendary. Unfortunately, at the current time this field does not auto-adjust and must be manually updated.
  • Occupation - This field is one that can be added via the Configuration window. This field is used in various settings to indicate the characters occupation that is presented to the world.
  • Money - Moolah, Dinero, how much cash a character has available to purchase stuff...
  • Ship's Name - This field is one that can be added via the Configuration window. This field is used in any setting where the character may come into possession of a ship (whether it's a space craft or a seafaring vessel, no distinction is made by this field)
The Other Stuff
The Other Stuff
Basic Tab: The other Stuff
This section encompasses everything from Attributes, to Health, to a Character's Description, to various Modifiers. It includes:
  • Attributes
  • Health
  • Miscellaneous
  • Logo
  • Worst Nightmare
  • Physical Appearance
Attributes
Attributes
The Savage Worlds Tabbed sheet contains all five standard Attributes (Agility, Smarts, Spirit, Strength, and Vigor). Each Attribute consists of three elements: Rank, Mod(ifier), and Roll buttons. The rank is broken up into two elements: the die type and any bonuses to the skill die type. The bonus to the die type only applies to the skill rank and will not be added to the Wild Die for any rolls. The reason the Rank encompasses two fields is to allow derived stats to calculate properly. Toughness cannot take half of 12!+2, but it can take half of 12+2. The modifier under the Mod column is applied to both the Skill roll and the Wild Die roll. Hovering the mouse over any of the fields or the buttons will display the name of that field so you can use it to create your own macros and Abilities.
All of the formulas used for the Attribute roll buttons follow the same formula, so I'm only going to include two formulas in this Guide—Agility and Smarts (because Agility and Strength are slightly different from the others, but still follow the same basic format).
Agility Roll Formula:
/em @{character_name} attempts to be agile and rolls [[{1d@{agility}![Agility], 1d@{wilddie}![Wild Die]}kh1 + @{agMod}[Agility Rank Modifier] + @{agrollMod}[Agility Roll Modifier] + @{ttmod}[Trait Test Modifiers] + @{encumbrance}[Encumbrance Penalty] - @{woundsMod}[Wounds] - @{fatigue}[Fatigue]]]
Smarts Roll Formula:
/em @{character_name} attempts to be smart and rolls [[{1d@{smarts}![Smarts], 1d@{wilddie}![Wild Die]}kh1 + @{smMod}[Smarts Rank Modifier] + @{smrollMod}[Smarts Roll Modifier] + @{ttmod}[Trait Test Modifier] - @{woundsMod}[Wounds] - @{fatigue}[Fatigue]]]
Hidden Fields:
There are some fields that are hidden, but can be used to make macros or Abilities easier. I've never had luck using button names to create Abilities or Macros, so these fields are there help with that. They are:
Field Name Ability Macro Text
rollAgility @{rollAgility}
rollSmarts @{rollSmarts}
rollSpirit @{rollSpirit}
rollStrength @{rollStrength}
rollVigor @{rollVigor}
The Ability text does not need to be enclosed in double square brackets, nor does it require a /r or /roll, because the value of each field is already a roll. Creating that macro will roll exactly as if the roll button next to each Attribute had been pressed.
Health
Health:
Health consists of four things: Wounds, Fatigue, Nerves of Steel, and Permanent Injuries.
Wounds has two boxes, the first box starts at 0 and represents the number of wounds a character has, and the second box is the maximum number of wounds and is read only.
Fatigue is similar to Wounds, the only difference is the maximum Fatigue level is 2.
Nerves of Steel is a drop down menu and is not displayed by default. This drop down allows rolls to calculate the appropriate wound penalty for characters who have the Nerves of Steel and/or the Improved Nerves of Steel Edges. This required a new hidden field (@{woundsMod}) so that wound penalties would calculate properly. To add this field, go into Configuration>Game Settings Configuration>Setting Modifications>Additional Fields.
Permanent Injuries is a textarea field and is not displayed by default. To add this field, go into Configuration>Game Settings Configuration>Setting Modifications>Additional Fields.
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous:
By and large this section is a collection of modifiers with a couple of rolls thrown in. The section contains:
  • Become Unshaken Modifier - Some Edges provide a bonus when rolling to become unshaken. This field allows you to input that bonus (or penalty) and then provides a roll button. The roll button formula is:
/em @{character_name} rolls attempts to become unshaken and gets [[{1d@{spirit}![Spirit]+@{spMod}[Spirit Rank Modifier], 1d@{wilddie}![Wild Die]}kh1 + @{UnshakenMod}[Unshaken Modifier] + @{ttmod}[Trait Test Modifier] - @{woundsMod}[Wounds] - @{fatigue}[Fatigue]]]
  • Trait Test Modifier (aka Situational Modifiers) - This is a catch-all modifier field and is intended to encompass things like: Wild Attacks, Range Penalties, Lighting Modifiers, etc. Some math must be done before hand, because this field should be the final, overall modifier to be applied to the roll.
  • Damage Modifier - This is similar to the Trait Test modifier, but is used for Damage rolls. This modifier is not the bonus that some weapons have, but would be for any additional modifiers.
  • Load Limit Modifier - This is a numeric field to help calculate a characters Load Limit. The default value is 5, but because some Edges can modify this, the field is not Read-only.
  • Load Limit - This is a calculated field and is the maximum weight a character can carry before becoming encumbered. The formula is:
(@{strength}+@{stMod}) * @{loadlimitmulitplier}
  • Total Load Carried - This is a calculated field that sums the total weight carried (Weight Carried will be covered in greater detail under the Equipment Tab). The formula is:
@{armortotalweightcarried} + @{meleetotalweightcarried} + @{rangedtotalweightcarried} + @{geartotalweightcarried}
  • Encumbrance Penalty - This is a calculated field to determine if a penalty is applied to Agility- and Strength-based rolls. The formula is:
floor(((@{loadlimit}) - (@{totalloadcarried}))/(@{loadlimit}))
  • # of Bennies Used - This field will likely become a Home Brew Rule in the near future, but essentially, the number of Bennies spent is input in the number field and clicking the roll button will let you know how many additional experience points you gain. The roll button's formula is:
/em @{character_name} rolls @{BenniesUsed} dice to try and score additional experience and gets [[@{BenniesUsed}d6>5]] extra experience points!
  • ModSum (hidden) - This field is the sum of the Trait Test Modifier, Wounds, and Fatigue fields. This can be used to make roll calculations simpler and cleaner, because it combines all the standard modifiers into one variable. This field can be called using: @{ModSum}
@{ttmod}-@{woundsMod}-@{fatigue}
  • ModSumEnc (hidden) - this field is similar to the ModSum field, but also includes the Encumbrance Penalty. This field can be called using @{ModSumEnc}.
@{ttmod}-@{woundsMod}-@{fatigue}+@{encumbrance}
  • Worst Nightmare - This field is to detail the character's worst nightmare (used mainly in Deadlands), and is not visible by default. To add this field go to Configuration>Game Settings Configuration>Setting Modifications>Additional Fields.
  • Physical Appearance + Personal History (+ Origins of Parahuman Abilities) - This field is to detail any important information about the Character's appearance, history and, in the case of certain games such as a Superheroes-style game, how the character came to have various powers and abilities

Edges & Hindrances

Edges & Hindrances
Snapshot of the Edges & Hindrances Tab
This tab is for capturing any Hindrances and Edges that a Character may have.
Hindrances:
This is a repeating section and each row contains a single Hindrance. There are two fields: Hindrance, and Description. At the current time, there is no separate field for the type of Hindrance (Major vs. Minor), so if it's important to know which version of a Hindrance the character has, that will need to be included in either the Hindrance field or somewhere in the Description.
Edges:
This is a repeating section and each row contains a single Edge. There are three fields: Edges, Took at..., and Notes. The Edges field would contain (of course) the Edge name. The Took at... field is a text field and is generally used to indicate at which XP Raise a particular Edge was received; however, it can also be used to track gifts that a character has received either through magic items, or deific blessings, etc. Some questions have been raised about other advances, such as skills. I recommend tracking them here as well, since you can indicate at which XP Raise the skill bump was taken. In those situation I fill in the Edges field with Skill (or Spell, or any other non-Edge type "thing"), the XP number in the Took at... field and the description contains which skills were raised and what they were raised to. For example:
Edges Took at... Notes
Skill 10xp Raised Fighting to d8
Raised Throwing to d6





Skills

Skills
Snapshot of the Skills Tab with the Macro Formula hidden
This tab contains all the skills a character can have from the Core Rules and a Repeating Section for additional skills that may be more Setting specific. Skills from the Repeating Section can be identified by the underlined Skill Name.
Each row contains a single skill, consisting of six elements: Skill Rank, Skill Name, Linked Att(ribute), Skill Mod(ifier), Encumbrance, and roll buttons. There is one non-skill row on this tab and that is for the Unskilled roll.
Unskilled': This row has two checkboxes that may be used if applicable. The "Jack of All Trades" checkbox is there for characters who have the Jack of All Trades Edge and will add a +2 to the roll. The other checkbox is for Encumbrance and should be used if the Unskilled task involves either Strength or Agility. Any other modifiers to this roll should be captured via the Trait Test Modifier (on the Basic Info Tab).
Rank: Like Attributes, the Skill Rank consists of two fields: the die type field, and the skill die type modifier. Also like the skill die type modifier only applies to the skill roll and not the Wild Die roll. The skill die type field is a drop down field with the standard die types: d4, d6, d8, d10, and d12.
Linked Att: The linked Attribute column is automatically populated for the Core skills and shows the die type of the linked attribute. There are some skills that can be selected from the Configuration that have a drop down for selecting the Linked Attribute. Skills that allow you to select the Linked Attribute are: Psionics (defaults to Smarts), Ritual (defaults to Spirit), Spellcasting (defaults to Smarts), and Weird Science (defaults to Smarts). Skills added via the Repeating Section (clicking the +Add button), all have a selectable Linked Attribute and don't default to anything in particular.
Skill Mod: This modifier applies to both the Skill roll and the Wild Die roll. It is intended to be place to capture fairly constant modifiers such as modifiers due to Edges, Hindrances, and the like.
Encumbrance: This checkbox is automatically selected for all Agility and Strength based skills. Any skill where the Linked Attribute can be selected will allow for checking/un-checking of this box. If this checkbox is selected the Encumbrance modifier will be added to list of modifiers for the roll
Roll Button Formulas: The roll buttons follow the standard format. Here are the formulas for all the skills.
Skill Formula
Unskilled /em @{character_name} attempts to not suck and rolls: [[{1d@{Unskilled}![Unskilled], 1d@{wilddie}![Wild Die]}kh1 -2[Unskilled Penalty] + {0,@{JackOfAllTrades}}kh1[Jack of All Trades Modifier] + @{ttmod}[Trait Test Modifier] +(@{UnskilledEncumbrance}*@{encumbrance})[Encumbrance Penalty] - @{woundsMod}[Wounds] - @{fatigue}[Fatigue]]]!
Fighting /em @{character_name} attempts to hit something and rolls [[{1d@{fighting}![Fighting], 1d@{wilddie}![Wild Die]}kh1 + @{FightingskillMod} [Skill Modifier] + @{ttmod}[Situational Modifiers] +(@{FightingEncumbrance}*@{encumbrance}[Encumbrance Penalty]) - @{woundsMod}[Wounds] - @{fatigue}[Fatigue]]]! + @{FightingMod}[Fighting Rank Modifier]
Boating /em @{character_name} attempts to boat and rolls [[{1d@{boating}![Boating], 1d@{wilddie}![Wild Die]}kh1 + @{BoatingMod}[Boating Rank Modifier] + @{BoatingskillMod} [Skill Modifier] + @{ttmod}[Situational Modifiers] +(@{BoatingEncumbrance}*@{encumbrance}[Encumbrance Penalty]) - @{woundsMod}[Wounds] - @{fatigue}[Fatigue]]]!
Climbing /em @{character_name} attempts to climb and rolls [[{1d@{Climbing}![Climbing], 1d@{wilddie}![Wild Die]}kh1 + @{ClimbingMod}[Climbing Rank Modifier] + @{ClimbingskillMod} [Skill Modifier] + @{ttmod}[Situational Modifiers] +(@{ClimbingEncumbrance}*@{encumbrance}[Encumbrance Penalty]) - @{woundsMod}[Wounds] - @{fatigue}[Fatigue]]]!
Driving /em @{character_name} attempts to drive and rolls [[{1d@{Driving}![Driving], 1d@{wilddie}![Wild Die]}kh1 + @{DrivingMod}[Driving Rank Modifier] + @{DrivingskillMod} [Skill Modifier] + @{ttmod}[Situational Modifiers] +(@{DrivingEncumbrance}*@{encumbrance}[Encumbrance Penalty]) - @{woundsMod}[Wounds] - @{fatigue}[Fatigue]]]!
Faith /em @{character_name} attempts to be faithful and rolls [[{1d@{Faith}![Faith], 1d@{wilddie}![Wild Die]}kh1 + @{FaithMod}[Faith Rank Modifier] + @{FaithskillMod} [Skill Modifier] + @{ttmod}[Situational Modifiers] - @{woundsMod}[Wounds] - @{fatigue}[Fatigue]]]!
Gambling /em @{character_name} attempts to gamble and rolls [[{1d@{Gambling}![Gambling], 1d@{wilddie}![Wild Die]}kh1 + @{GamblingMod}[Gambling Rank Modifier] + @{GamblingskillMod} [Skill Modifier] + @{ttmod}[Situational Modifiers] - @{woundsMod}[Wounds] - @{fatigue}[Fatigue]]]!
Guts /em @{character_name} attempts to be gutsy and rolls [[{1d@{Guts}![Guts], 1d@{wilddie}![Wild Die]}kh1 + @{GutsMod}[Guts Rank Modifier] + @{GutsskillMod} [Skill Modifier] + @{ttmod}[Situational Modifiers] - @{woundsMod}[Wounds] - @{fatigue}[Fatigue]]]!
Healing /em @{character_name} attempts to heal and rolls [[{1d@{Healing}![Healing], 1d@{wilddie}![Wild Die]}kh1 + @{HealingMod}[Healing Rank Modifier] + @{HealingskillMod} [Skill Modifier] + @{ttmod}[Situational Modifiers] - @{woundsMod}[Wounds] - @{fatigue}[Fatigue]]]!
Intimidation /em @{character_name} attempts to intimidate and rolls [[{1d@{Intimidation}![Intimidation], 1d@{wilddie}![Wild Die]}kh1 + @{IntimidationMod}[Intimidation Rank Modifier] + @{IntimidationskillMod} [Skill Modifier] + @{ttmod}[Situational Modifiers] - @{woundsMod}[Wounds] - @{fatigue}[Fatigue]]]!
Investigation /em @{character_name} attempts to investigate and rolls [[{1d@{Investigation}![Investigation], 1d@{wilddie}![Wild Die]}kh1 + @{InvestigationMod}[Investigation Rank Modifier] + @{InvestigationskillMod} [Skill Modifier] + @{ttmod}[Situational Modifiers] - @{woundsMod}[Wounds] - @{fatigue}[Fatigue]]]!
Lockpicking /em @{character_name} attempts to lockpick and rolls [[{1d@{Lockpicking}![Lockpicking], 1d@{wilddie}![Wild Die]}kh1 + @{LockpickingMod}[Lockpicking Rank Modifier] + @{LockpickingskillMod} [Skill Modifier] + @{ttmod}[Situational Modifiers] +(@{LockpickingEncumbrance}*@{encumbrance}[Encumbrance Penalty]) - @{woundsMod}[Wounds] - @{fatigue}[Fatigue]]]!
Notice /em @{character_name} attempts to notice and rolls [[{1d@{Notice}![Notice], 1d@{wilddie}![Wild Die]}kh1 + @{NoticeMod}[Notice Rank Modifier] + @{NoticeskillMod} [Skill Modifier] + @{ttmod}[Situational Modifiers] - @{woundsMod}[Wounds] - @{fatigue}[Fatigue]]]!
Persuasion /em @{character_name} attempts to persuade and rolls [[{1d@{Persuasion}![Persuasion], 1d@{wilddie}![Wild Die]}kh1 + @{PersuasionMod}[Persuasion Rank Modifier] + @{PersuasionskillMod} [Skill Modifier] + @{ttmod}[Situational Modifiers] - @{woundsMod}[Wounds] - @{fatigue}[Fatigue]]]!
Piloting /em @{character_name} attempts to pilot and rolls [[{1d@{Piloting}![Piloting], 1d@{wilddie}![Wild Die]}kh1 + @{PilotingMod}[Piloting Rank Modifier] + @{PilotingskillMod} [Skill Modifier] + @{ttmod}[Situational Modifiers] +(@{PilotingEncumbrance}*@{encumbrance}[Encumbrance Penalty]) - @{woundsMod}[Wounds] - @{fatigue}[Fatigue]]]!
Psionics /em @{character_name} attempts to use Psionics and rolls [[{1d@{Psionics}![Psionics], 1d@{wilddie}![Wild Die]}kh1 + @{PsionicsMod}[Psionics Rank Modifier] + @{PsionicsskillMod} [Skill Modifier] + @{ttmod}[Situational Modifiers] - @{woundsMod}[Wounds] - @{fatigue}[Fatigue]]]!
Repair /em @{character_name} attempts to repair and rolls [[{1d@{Repair}![Repair], 1d@{wilddie}![Wild Die]}kh1 + @{RepairMod}[Repair Rank Modifier] + @{RepairskillMod} [Skill Modifier] + @{ttmod}[Situational Modifiers] - @{woundsMod}[Wounds] - @{fatigue}[Fatigue]]]!
Riding /em @{character_name} attempts to ride and rolls [[{1d@{Riding}![Riding], 1d@{wilddie}![Wild Die]}kh1 + @{RidingMod}[Riding Rank Modifier] + @{RidingskillMod} [Skill Modifier] + @{ttmod}[Situational Modifiers] +(@{RidingEncumbrance}*@{encumbrance}[Encumbrance Penalty]) - @{woundsMod}[Wounds] - @{fatigue}[Fatigue]]]!
Ritual /em @{character_name} attempts a ritual and rolls [[{1d@{Ritual}![Ritual], 1d@{wilddie}![Wild Die]}kh1 + @{RitualMod}[Ritual Rank Modifier] + @{RitualsskillMod} [Skill Modifier] + @{ttmod}[Situational Modifiers] - @{woundsMod}[Wounds] - @{fatigue}[Fatigue]]]!
Shooting /em @{character_name} attempts to shoot and rolls [[{1d@{Shooting}![Shooting], 1d@{wilddie}![Wild Die]}kh1 + @{ShootingMod}[Shooting Rank Modifier] + @{ShootingskillMod} [Skill Modifier] + @{ttmod}[Situational Modifiers] +(@{ShootingEncumbrance}*@{encumbrance}[Encumbrance Penalty]) - @{woundsMod}[Wounds] - @{fatigue}[Fatigue]]]!
Spellcasting /em @{character_name} attempts to cast a spell and rolls [[{1d@{Spellcasting}![Spellcasting], 1d@{wilddie}![Wild Die]}kh1 + @{SpellcastingMod}[Spellcasting Rank Modifier] + @{SpellcastingskillMod} [Skill Modifier] + @{ttmod}[Situational Modifiers] - @{woundsMod}[Wounds] - @{fatigue}[Fatigue]]]!
Stealth /em @{character_name} attempts to be stealthy and rolls [[{1d@{Stealth}![Stealth], 1d@{wilddie}![Wild Die]}kh1 + @{StealthMod}[Stealth Rank Modifier] + @{StealthskillMod} [Skill Modifier] + @{ttmod}[Situational Modifiers] +(@{StealthEncumbrance}*@{encumbrance}[Encumbrance Penalty]) - @{woundsMod}[Wounds] - @{fatigue}[Fatigue]]]!
Streetwise /em @{character_name} attempts to be streetwise and rolls [[{1d@{Streetwise}![Streetwise], 1d@{wilddie}![Wild Die]}kh1 + @{StreetwiseMod}[Streetwise Rank Modifier] + @{StreetwiseskillMod} [Skill Modifier] + @{ttmod}[Situational Modifiers] - @{woundsMod}[Wounds] - @{fatigue}[Fatigue]]]!
Survival /em @{character_name} attempts to survive and rolls [[{1d@{Survival}![Survival], 1d@{wilddie}![Wild Die]}kh1 + @{SurvivalMod}[Survival Rank Modifier] + @{SurvivalskillMod} [Skill Modifier] + @{ttmod}[Situational Modifiers] - @{woundsMod}[Wounds] - @{fatigue}[Fatigue]]]!
Swimming /em @{character_name} attempts to swim and rolls [[{1d@{Swimming}![Swimming], 1d@{wilddie}![Wild Die]}kh1 + @{SwimmingMod}[Swimming Rank Modifier] + @{SwimmingskillMod} [Skill Modifier] + @{ttmod}[Situational Modifiers] +(@{SwimmingEncumbrance}*@{encumbrance}[Encumbrance Penalty]) - @{woundsMod}[Wounds] - @{fatigue}[Fatigue]]]!
Taunt /em @{character_name} attempts to taunt and rolls [[{1d@{Taunt}![Taunt], 1d@{wilddie}![Wild Die]}kh1 + @{TauntMod}[Taunt Rank Modifier] + @{TauntskillMod} [Skill Modifier] + @{ttmod}[Situational Modifiers] - @{woundsMod}[Wounds] - @{fatigue}[Fatigue]]]!
Throwing /em @{character_name} attempts to throw and rolls [[{1d@{Throwing}![Throwing], 1d@{wilddie}![Wild Die]}kh1 + @{ThrowingMod}[Throwing Rank Modifier] + @{ThrowingskillMod} [Skill Modifier] + @{ttmod}[Situational Modifiers] +(@{ThrowingEncumbrance}*@{encumbrance}[Encumbrance Penalty]) - @{woundsMod}[Wounds] - @{fatigue}[Fatigue]]]!
Tracking /em @{character_name} attempts to track and rolls [[{1d@{Tracking}![Tracking], 1d@{wilddie}![Wild Die]}kh1 + @{TrackingMod}[Tracking Rank Modifier] + @{TrackingskillMod} [Skill Modifier] + @{ttmod}[Situational Modifiers] - @{woundsMod}[Wounds] - @{fatigue}[Fatigue]]]!
Weird Science /em @{character_name} attempts some weird science and rolls [[{1d@{WeirdScience}![WeirdScience], 1d@{wilddie}![Wild Die]}kh1 + @{WeirdScienceMod}[WeirdScience Rank Modifier] + @{WeirdScienceskillMod} [Skill Modifier] + @{ttmod}[Situational Modifiers] - @{woundsMod}[Wounds] - @{fatigue}[Fatigue]]]!
Hidden Fields:
Like the Attributes, there are some fields that are hidden, but can be used to make macros or Abilities easier to create. I've never had luck using button names to create Abilities or Macros, so these fields are there help with that. They are:
Field Name Ability Macro Text
rollFighting @{rollFighting}
rollBoating @{rollBoating}
rollClimbing @{rollClimbing}
rollDriving @{rollDriving}
rollFaith @{rollFaith}
rollGambling @{rollGambling}
rollGuts @{rollGuts}
rollHealing @{rollHealing}
rollIntimidation @{rollIntimidation}
rollInvestigation @{rollInvestigation}
rollLockpicking @{rollLockpicking}
rollNotice @{rollNotice}
rollPersuasion @{rollPersuasion}
rollPiloting @{rollPiloting}
rollPsionics @{rollPsionics}
rollRepair @{rollRepair}
rollRiding @{rollRiding}
rollRitual @{rollRitual}
rollShooting @{rollShooting}
rollSpellcasting @{rollSpellcasting}
rollStealth @{rollStealth}
rollStreetwise @{rollStreetwise}
rollSurvival @{rollSurvival}
rollSwimming @{rollSwimming}
rollTaunt @{rollTaunt}
rollThrowing @{rollThrowing}
rollTracking @{rollTracking}
rollWeirdScience @{rollWeirdScience}
rollSkill @{repeating_skills_#_rollSkill}
NOTE: The last example is for a repeating section, so the # would need to be replaced with an actual number. For example, if you were using that for the very first item in the repeating section, it would be @{repeating_skills_0_rollSkill}, and the for each subsequent row you increment the number by 1.

Equipment

Equipment
Snapshot of the first half of the Equipment Tab with the Macro Formula hidden
This tab contains all the Equipment a character has. Most of the sections are repeating sections. There are five distinct areas of this tab: Armor, Melee Weapons, Ranged Weapons, Augmentations, and Gear. Each section has a Total Weight and a Total Weight Carried field. These fields do not auto calculate the weights, and must be updated manually. The Total Weight Carried field is used to calculate the Encumbrance penalty. The Total Weight Carried field under the Gear section of the tab has a value of 1 by default; this is because if put to zero, then the Encumbrance penalty becomes a positive number instead of just 0. This is something I will be looking into, but in the meantime, it was quicker and easier to just have a 1 as a default value for Gear.
Armor
Armor
This section is fairly self-explanatory. Each row has five fields: Armor Type, Area Protected, Protection, Weight, and Description.
Armor Type is the type of Armor (i.e. Leather, Plate, etc)
Area Protected captures the part of the body protected by the armor. Not all amor is full body, so you would want to capture which area specifically is protected by this piece of armor.
Protection field is a number field to log the numeric value of protection the armor provides. This value does not automatically update the Toughness Derived Stat.
Weight is a numeric field for capturing the weight of the piece of armor.
Description/Notes is for capturing any special notes or information about the piece of armor.
Melee Weapons
Melee Weapons
Each row in this section has 5 columns with 6 field comprising the 5 columns. The Default View looks like this:
Snapshot of the default view of the Melee Weapon Section.
Weapon Type captures the type of Melee Weapon.
Damage is comprised of three fields, though only 2 can be modified. The first field is the Strength of the character and is drawn directly from the Strength attribute on the Basic Info tab. The second field is the damage die type of the weapon. For example, if the Weapon Type was 'Katana' the Damage Die Type would be a d6. This field is a drop down menu. The third field is the Weapon Type's damage modifier. Again, using the 'Katana' as an example, you'd enter a 2 in this field; this field is not for other modifiers such as the Wild Attack's +2—that should be captured in the Damage Modifier field on the Basic Info tab.
Raise is a checkbox (or a drop down menu if you are using the Homebrew rule) to add additional damage to the damage roll. If you are not using the Homebrew rule, the checkbox adds an additional d6 to the damage roll. If you are using the home-brew rule, then this field is a drop down menu that allows you to select which die type to use (from d4-d12).
Weight is a numeric field to capture the weight of the weapon.
Description/Notes is for capturing any special notes or information about the weapon.
Roll Buttons The formula for the roll buttons is:
/em @{character_name} attempts to do damage with a @{WeaponType} and rolls: [[1d@{Strength}![Strength]+1d@{DmgType}+@{MDmgMod}[Weapon Damage]+@{dmgmod}[Damage Modifier]+1d@{DmgRaise}[Bonus Damage]]]!
NOTE: Some Ranged Weapons use strength as part of the damage (for example a Dagger that is thrown or a sling, etc). In those cases you may want to have an entry in both the Melee and Ranged Weapons sections, but damage would always be rolled from the Melee/Strength based weapons section; unless, of course, the Strength die type of the character matches the damage die type of the weapon, in which case you could configure the Ranged Weapon damage appropriately.
Ranged Weapons
Ranged Weapons
Each row in this section has 5 columns with 6 field comprising the 5 columns. The Default View looks like this:
Snapshot of the default view of the Melee Weapon Section.
Weapon Type captures the type of Ranged Weapon.
Range is a text field for capturing the Short/Medium/Long range of a weapon
RoF is the Rate of Fire field. This is a numeric field.
Damage is comprised of three fields. The first field is a numeric field and is the number of dice to roll for the ranged weapon. The second field is the damage die type of the weapon; this is a drop down menu. And the third field is the Weapon Type's damage modifier. For example, if you were setting up a .45 Revolver (Peacemaker), the first field would be populated with a 2, the second field would be d6, and the third field would be 1.
Raise is a checkbox (or a drop down menu if you are using the Homebrew rule) to add additional damage to the damage roll. If you are not using the Homebrew rule, the checkbox adds an additional d6 to the damage roll. If you are using the home-brew rule, then this field is a drop down menu that allows you to select which die type to use (from d4-d12).
Weight is a numeric field to capture the weight of the weapon.
Description/Notes is for capturing any special notes or information about the weapon.
Roll Buttons The formula for the roll buttons is:
/em @{character_name} attempts to do damage with a @{RWeaponType} and rolls: [[@{NoDmgDice}@{RDmgType}+@{RDmgMod}[Weapon Damage]+@{dmgmod}[Damage Modifier]+@{RDmgRaise}[Bonus Damage]]]!
NOTE: Some Ranged Weapons use strength as part of the damage (for example a Dagger that is thrown or a sling, etc). In those cases you may want to have an entry in both the Melee and Ranged Weapons sections, but damage would always be rolled from the Melee/Strength based weapons section; unless, of course, the Strength die type of the character matches the damage die type of the weapon, in which case you could configure the Ranged Weapon damage appropriately.
Augmentations
Augmentations
Snapshot of the the second half of the Equipment Tab with the Macro Formula hidden
Augmentations are hidden by default and can be shown by going into the Configuration settings. This field is mainly intended for cyberpunk settings or any other setting that may use implants to enhance or extend the bodies capabilities, especially if those implants are mechanical in nature. This section is NOT a repeating section and there are a total of 12 different rows that a character can use, but they are show in groups of 4 rows. While this potentially adds to the clutter of the character sheet this approach was taken so that the Strain can be calculated and automatically applied to the Strain Derived Stat. Each Row in this section has three fields: Augmentation, Strain, and Details.
Augmentation is a text field for the actual augmentation.
Strain is a numeric value and represents the amount of stress the augmentation causes the character. This field directly updates the Current Strain value on the Basic Info tab.
Details is text area field that should be large enough to capture any special information around the augmentation and how it functions, any limitations, etc.
As mentioned previously, there are three groups of 4 rows each that can be displayed. The initial view will display the first four rows. Below that block is a button to show another four rows. Clicking that button will display a second set of four rows (8 total will then be displayed). Below that block will be two buttons, one to hide 4 rows and one to add 4 more rows. Clicking the Hide 4 Rows buttons will hide the last 4 rows. Clicking the Add 4 Rows buttons will add 4 more rows and below that button will be a button to Hide 4 rows. This has the same functionality as the other Hide button, always hiding the last 4 rows. Hiding the rows does not erase the data, so if you had Strain values in those rows, the Strain stat will still be impacted.
Gear
Gear
This is just a big ol' text area to capture your list of equipment.

Arcanum

Arcanum
Arcanum Tab
The Arcanum tab is visible by default but can be hidden for characters who don't have an Arcane Background. To hide this tab, go to the Configuration window. This tab has two main sections: Spells (Damaging) and Spells (Non-Damaging). Above both of these sections is a place to record the character's Power Points; the first field is the character's current Power Point pool, and the second is the maximum number of Power Points the character can have.
Spells (Damaging)
Spells (Damaging)
This section is for spells specifically designed to cause damage. Spells of this type have six area with eight fields.
Spell is a text field for capturing the spell's name.
Cost is a text field for capturing the spell's cost. A text field was used so that it can hold additional information that may not be numeric, such asvthe power point cost for each additional round beyond the initial cost and duration.
Range is a text field for capturing the spell's Range. A text field was used so that it can hold additional information that may not be numeric, for example Touch.
Duration is a text field for capturing the spell's duration. A text field was used so that it can hold additional information that may not be numeric.
Damage is composed for three fields. The first field is a numeric field and is the number of dice to roll for the ranged weapon. The second field is the damage die type of the weapon; this is a drop down menu. And the third field is the Weapon Type's damage modifier. For example, if you were setting up a Bolt Spell, the first field would be populated with a 2, the second field would be d6, and the third field would be 0. In most instances the third field will likely be 0, but I didn't want to make any assumptions.
Raise is a checkbox (or a drop down menu if you are using the Homebrew rule) to add additional damage to the damage roll. If you are not using the Homebrew rule, the checkbox adds an additional d6 to the damage roll. If you are using the home-brew rule, then this field is a drop down menu that allows you to select which die type to use (from d4-d12).
Trappings/Notes is a text area field for input any important information about the spell. This can include the details of how the spell works, if there are any alternate versions (such as Bolt that does 3d6 damage for the double the power points, etc), and any descriptions of the trappings of the spell.
The section also has a checkbox that can be unchecked to show the macro used for rolling damage for the spells.
Spells (Non-Damaging)
Spells (Non-Damaging)
This section is for spells that do not cause any damage. Spells of this type have 4 fields.
Spell is a text field for capturing the spell's name.
Cost is a text field for capturing the spell's cost. A text field was used so that it can hold additional information that may not be numeric, such the power point cost for each additional round beyond the initial cost and duration.
Range is a text field for capturing the spell's range. A text field was used so that it can hold additional information that may not be numeric, for example: Touch.
Duration is a text field for capturing the spell's duration. A text field was used so that it can hold additional information that may not be numeric.
Trappings/Notes is a text area field for input any important information about the spell. This can include the details of how the spell works, if there are any alternate versions (such as Bolt that does 3d6 damage for the double the power points, etc), and any descriptions of the trappings of the spell.

Journal

Journal
Journal Tab with all fields showing.
The Journal tab is place to capture any information that may be relevant to the character. This tab is broken down into three sections: The Quest Log, the Party Bag, and Notes.
Quest Log
Quest Log
The Quest Log is for logging any important details about quests the character may undertake. This is a repeating section with the intent that each row would be a unique quest. The font of this section can be changed via the Configuration "window" to give it a handwritten look and feel to help with game immersion. The section is designed help keep a record of all the accomplishments of the character and as such is comprised of 5 fields.
Quest Title is a text field designed to allow you to enter a descriptive title for the quest (for example: Find the Black Queens Heart). It's meant to help give some color to the story as it unfolds.
Boss is a text field to capture who sent the character on the quest (assuming there was someone/something that contracted the character.
Goal is a text field to capture what the purpose of the quest is.
check box (untitled) is a checkbox to indicate whether the quest is complete or not.
notes (untitled) is a large text area field to capture any specific notes related to the quest—names, places, etc.
Party Bag
Party Bag
The Party Bag is a large text area field intended to help keep track of communal party property and/or money. Use it however you want.
Notes
Notes
The Notes field is just that—a big text area to capture any miscellaneous notes.

Roll Templates

There are three different types of Roll Templates: Trait, Damage, and Trait+Damage. Each Roll Template type has two different styles choose from: Solid, or Ace card; the combined (Trait+Damage) template can use either of the Ace Cards, so technically has three styles.

Trait Roll Template

Required fields for Trait Roll Template usage:

Template Field Description
{{name}} The Character's name. Can be pulled from @{character_name}
{{skill_name}} The Trait being used rolled. This can also be an Attribute (e.g. Agility)
{{skill_roll}} The formula used for the actual roll. Must be done as an inline roll.

Optional fields for Trait Roll Template usage:

Template Field Description
{{skill_roll(2-4)}} Additional options for more trait tests, to support multi-action and/or Frenzy type actions.
{{skill_name(2-4)}} Additional options for more trait tests, to support multi-action and/or Frenzy type actions.
{{skill_rank}} The die rank of the Trait (skill or attribute).
{{skill_rank(2-4) Additional options for more trait tests, to support multi-action and/or Frenzy type actions.
{{skill_rank_mod}} The die rank modifier of the Trait (skill or attribute).
{{skill_rank_mod(2-4) Additional options for more trait tests, to support multi-action and/or Frenzy type actions.
{{wild_die}} The formula used for the actual Wild Die roll. Must be done as an inline roll.
{{wild_die(2-4) Additional options for more trait tests, to support multi-action and/or Frenzy type actions.
{{wild_die_rank}} The Wild Die die-type.
{{wild_die_rank(2-4) Additional options for more trait tests, to support multi-action and/or Frenzy type actions.
{{enc}} Encumbrance penalty
{{wounds}} The number of wounds for the character
{{fatigue}} The number of Fatigue levels for the character
{{att_mod}} The Attribute Roll Modifier
{{skill_mod}} The Skill Roll Modifier
{{ttmod}} Situational Roll Modifier
{{sit_notes}} Situational Modifier Notes (can be used to list all the situational modifiers that equal the one modifier value)
{{bonuses}} Generic field for blanket bonuses
{{penalties}} Generic field for blank penalties
{{notes}} Generic field for notes

Example of usage: &{template:solidtrait} {{name=@{character_name}}} {{skill_name=Agility}} {{skill_rank=@{Agility}}} {{skill_rank_mod=@{agMod}}} {{att_mod=@{agrollMod}}} {{ttmod=@{ttmod}}} {{wounds= -@{wounds}}} {{fatigue= -@{fatigue}}} {{skill_roll=[[1d@{agility}! + @{agMod} + @{agrollMod}[Skill Modifier] + @{ModSum}[Other Modifiers]]}} {{wild_die_rank=@{wilddie}}} {{wild_die=[[1d@{wilddie}! + @{agMod} + @{agrollMod}[Skill Modifier] + @{ModSum}[Other Modifiers]]}}

Damage Roll Template

Required fields for Damage Roll Template usage:

Template Field Description
{{name}} The Character's name. Can be pulled from @{character_name}
{{damage_type}} Really anything you want parenthetically listed; I tend to use the damage dice to be rolled).
{{damage}} The formula used for the actual damage roll. Must be done as an inline roll.

Optional fields for Trait Roll Template usage:

Template Field Description
{{weapon}} The damage causing weapons. Can be manually input or added using: @{repeating_meleeweapons_#_WeaponType} (where # is the corresponding number for the repeating field order).
{{raise}} The die type rolled for any raises on the damage roll
{{dmgmod}} Any damage modifiers used in the roll, typically would pull from @{dmgmod}
{{misc_notes}} Any notes related to the damage roll that you would like to call out.
{{bonuses}} Generic field for blanket bonuses
{{penalties}} Generic field for blank penalties
{{notes}} Generic field for notes

Example of usage: &{template:clubsdamage} {{name=@{character_name}}} {{weapon=@{repeating_meleeweapons_0_WeaponType}}} {{damage_type=Str+d@{repeating_meleeweapons_0_DmgType}+@{repeating_meleeweapons_0_MDmgMod}}} {{damage=[[1d@{Strength}![Strength]+1d@{repeating_meleeweapons_0_DmgType}+@{repeating_meleeweapons_0_MDmgMod}[Weapon Damage]+@{dmgmod}[Damage Modifier]+1d@{repeating_meleeweapons_0_DmgRaise}[Bonus Damage]]]}} {{raise=@{repeating_meleeweapons_0_DmgRaise}}} {{dmgmod=@{dmgmod}}}

Trait+Damage Roll Template

Required fields for Combined Roll Template usage:

Template Field Description
{{header}} The top colored bar indicating things like who is performing the action, or what skill and/or weapon is being used.
{{trait_name}} The Trait (Attribute or Skill) being used rolled.
{{trait_roll}} The formula used for the actual roll. Must be done as an inline roll encapsulated within double square brackets.
{{weapon}} The weapon used to deliver the damage.
{{damage}} The formula used for the actual damage roll. Must be done as an inline roll encapsulated within double square brackets.

Optional fields for Combined Roll Template usage:

Template Field Description
{{background}} Defines the background image (or no image) to be used with the roll template. The options are: 0 (solid background), 1 (Ace of Spades background), or 2 (Ace of Clubs background)
Trait Roll Field Description
{{trait_rank}} The die rank of the Trait (skill or attribute).
{{trait_rank_modCheck}} If used, will hide any rank modifiers that are 0.
{{trait_rank_mod}} The die rank modifier of the Trait (skill or attribute).
{{wild_die}} The formula used for the actual Wild Die roll. Must be done as an inline roll.
{{wild_die_rank}} The Wild Die die-type.
{{trait_rank(2-4)}} Same as {{trait_rank}}, but used in cases of multiple actions
{{trait_rank_modCheck(2-4)}} Same as {{trait_rank_modCheck}}, but used in cases of multiple actions
{{trait_rank_mod(2-4)}} Same as {{trait_rank_mod}}, but used in cases of multiple actions
{{wild_die(2-4)}} Same as {{wild_die}}, but used in cases of multiple actions
{{wild_die_rank(2-4)}} Same as {{wild_die_rank}}, but used in cases of multiple actions
Damage Roll Field Description
{{damage_type}} || Anything you want parenthetically listed, for example the damage dice to be rolled (2d6). |- | <nowiki>{{weapon(2-4)}} The damage causing weapons. Can be manually input or added using: @{repeating_meleeweapons_#_WeaponType} (where # is the corresponding number for the repeating field order). This field is required for each multi-attack that causes damage. Example usage: {{weapon2}}
{{damage_type}}</nowkik> || Same as <nowiki>{{damage_type}}, but used in cases of multiple attacks
{{damage(2-4)}} Same as {{damage}}, but used in cases of multiple attacks
Trait Modifier Fields Description
{{enc}} Encumbrance penalty
{{wounds}} The number of wounds for the character (@{wounds})
{{woundsMod}} The actual wound modifier (@{woundsMod})
{{fatigue}} The number of Fatigue levels for the character (@{fatigue})
{{fatigueMod}} The actual fatigue modifier (i.e. [[@{fatigue} * -1]])
{{att_mod}} The Attribute Roll Modifier
{{skill_mod}} The Skill Roll Modifier
{{ttmod}} Situational Roll Modifier
{{sit_notes}} Situational Modifier Notes (can be used to list all the situational modifiers that equal the one modifier value)
{{tbonuses}} Generic field for blanket trait bonuses
{{tpenalties}} Generic field for blanket trait penalties
{{tnotes}} Generic field for blanket trait notes
Damage Modifier Fields Description
{{dmgmod}} Any damage modifiers used in the roll, typically would pull from @{dmgmod}
{{dbonuses}} Generic field for blanket damage bonuses
{{dpenalties}} Generic field for blanket damage penalties
{{dnotes}} Generic field for damage notes
Shared (Trait and Damage) Modifier Fields Description
{{sbonuses}} Generic field for bonuses that apply to both the Trait and Damage rolls
{{spenalties}} Generic field for penalties that apply to both the Trait and Damage rolls
{{snotes}} Generic field for notes for modifiers that apply to both the Trait and Damage rolls

Example of usage: &{template:combined} {{header=Shooting & @{repeating_rangeweapons_0_RWeaponType}}} {{background=[[2]]}} {{trait_name=Shooting}} {{trait_rank=@{Shooting}}} {{trait_rank_mod=@{ShootingMod}}} {{trait_mod=@{ShootingskillMod}}} {{trait_roll=[[1d@{shooting}![Shooting] + @{ShootingMod}[Shooting Rank Modifier] + @{ShootingskillMod} [Skill Modifier] + @{ModSum}[Modifiers]]]}} {{wild_die_rank=@{wilddie}}} {{wild_die=[[1d@{wilddie}! + @{ShootingMod}[Shooting Rank Modifier] + @{ShootingskillMod} [Skill Modifier] + @{ModSum}[Modifiers]]]}} {{trait_name2=Shooting}} {{trait_rank2=@{Shooting}}} {{trait_rank_mod2Check=[[@{ShootingMod}]]}} {{trait_rank_mod2=@{ShootingMod}}} {{trait_mod2=@{ShootingskillMod}}} {{trait_roll2=[[1d@{Shooting}![Shooting] + @{ShootingMod}[@{ShootingMod} Rank Modifier] + @{ShootingskillMod} [Skill Modifier] + @{ModSum}[Modifiers]]]}} {{wild_die_rank2=@{wilddie}}} {{wild_die2=[[1d@{wilddie}! + @{ShootingMod}[Fighting Rank Modifier] + @{ShootingskillMod} [Skill Modifier] + @{ModSum}[Modifiers]]]}} {{weapon=@{repeating_rangeweapons_0_RWeaponType}}} {{damage_type=@{repeating_rangeweapons_0_NoDmgDice}@{repeating_rangeweapons_0_RDmgType}+@{repeating_rangeweapons_0_RDmgMod}}} {{damage=[[@{repeating_rangeweapons_0_NoDmgDice}@{repeating_rangeweapons_0_RDmgType}+@{repeating_rangeweapons_0_RDmgMod}[Weapon Damage]+@{dmgmod}[Damage Modifier]+@{repeating_rangeweapons_0_RDmgRaise}[Bonus Damage]]]}} {{weapon2=@{repeating_rangeweapons_0_RWeaponType}}} {{damage2=[[@{repeating_rangeweapons_0_NoDmgDice}@{repeating_rangeweapons_0_RDmgType}+@{repeating_rangeweapons_0_RDmgMod}[Weapon Damage]+@{dmgmod}[Damage Modifier]+@{repeating_rangeweapons_0_RDmgRaise}[Bonus Damage]]]}} {{tbonuses=+2}} {{wounds= [[@{wounds}]]}} {{woundsMod=[[@{woundsMod} * -1]]}} {{fatigue= [[@{fatigue}]]}} {{fatigueMod=[[@{fatigue} * -1]]}} {{tpenalties=-2}} {{tnotes=Medium Range (-2), Aim (+2), Magic Bow allows 2 shots/rnd at no penalty}} {{dbonuses=+1}} {{dnotes=Magic Bow grants +1 to damage}} {{sbonuses=+4}} {{snotes=The Drop (+4)}}

SPECIAL NOTE

The roll templates will break if any of the fields called aren't properly filled out. This is most likely to occur with roll templates used in conjunction with repeating sections. For example, if you are using a roll template for a damage roll and calling the fields from one of the repeating weapons selection, ALL fields for that weapon will have to be explicitly initialized (i.e. you will need tom make sure that you have entered a value in every field at least once--even if a value was already there when the weapon was created (default values do not initialize fields in repeating sections, so you will need to enter each field and hit enter to ensure that the values are activated). If field information is missing, the roll template results will not be what you expect.

Making Token Macros

Coming Soon...

Planned Enhancements & Wishlist

Planned Enhancements

Here's a list of things (in no particular order) that I'm working on getting added to the Character Sheet. Given my schedule, I don't know when any of these things will be completed, but I am working on them...

  • Incorporate Sheet Workers
    • Encumbrance
    • Toughness
    • Parry
    • Rank
    • Strain
      • Need to consider migrating Augmentations to a Repeating Section
  • Add button to manage Core Skills, so you don't have to go into the Configuration all the time (easier for players to grasp)
  • Modify Roll Templates to accommodate Skill Specialization (optional Rule)
  • Re-work Equipment Tab layout
    • May need a new tab for Vehicles specifically

Wishlist

  • Add non-Repeating sections for Weapons (Melee and Ranged)
  • The ability to add your own text for the roll button macros
  • Support for additional settings
    • All For One
    • Rippers
  • A Stat Block section to summarize the key information about a character
  • Additional roll buttons for things like Wild Attack, Frenzy, etc.
  • Ability to roll for more than one Mook at a time

Change Log

02 APR 2017

  • Changed the format of ttmod and dmgmod to be text fields rather than number fields. This allows one to type 1d6! in a bubble to add as a modifier (e.g. when apply extra damage due to a Raise, etc)
  • Added support for the Rippers setting
    • Logo
    • Background
    • Reason
    • Status
    • Rippertech
  • Added support for the Rifts setting
    • Logo
    • Updated the Melee damage section to accomodate melee damage that does Str + Multiple dice
    • Robot Armor
    • Power Armor
    • Iconic Frameworks
    • Arcane Backgrounds that use ISP, PPE or both
    • Heroic Path
  • Updated the Arcanum tab to be configurable based on the type of AB a character has (i.e. Powers vs. Spells vs. Miracles, etc)
  • Added Quick Settings to allow a click "install" of all features for a particular setting (e.g. selecting Rifts will automatically check: Rifts logo, background, Augmentations with the Cybernetic adjustment, Iconic Framework, Heroic Path, Power Points to PPE—some options, such as Burn and Internal Repair System Charges, are not automatically selected, due other dependencies such specific Iconic Frameworks)
  • Added a sheetwork to create easy to use Attributes for Agility (@{agility_rank}), Smarts (@{smarts_rank}), Spirit (@{spirit_rank}), Strength (@{strength_rank}), and Vigor (@{vigor_rank}). These will give the fully qualified rank for each Attibute (e.g. 1d12!+2) saving time by not having to include two different fields
  • Fixed the Configuration Window so it is properly formatted again

08 OCT 2016 Sheet Version (Pull Request #1952)

  • Added Support for Skill Specialization
  • Added Neural Toughness to the Basic Info tab (supports Interface Zero 2.0)
  • Added a TAP Readout section to the Basic Info tab (supports Interface Zero 2.0)
  • Added a section for Engrams to the Basic Info tab (supports Interface Zero 2.0)
  • Added an Augments section for Mooks (supports Interface Zero 2.0, or any other Sci-Fi setting that allows augmentation)
  • Updated all the Sheet workers to function for Mooks, too
  • Redesigned the Configuration window to be a little easier to work work with
    • Moved the skills list to be in the skills sections—easier for players to find and use
  • Added an {{allprops}} to the Roll Templates so people aren't restricted to just what's available
  • Added support for the All For One setting
    • Logo
    • Added support for Fencing Styles (Under Fighting)
    • Added support for Fencing Schools (Under Fighting)
    • Added support for Archetype
    • Added support for Motivation
    • Added the ability to change the "Money" label to "Livre"
  • Modified the Melee Weapon Damage to allow multiple dice for the weapon
    • A melee weapon can now do Str+2d6 (or whatever) instead of just Str+d6
    • This is the beginning of bigger modifications needed to support Rifts(R)

25 APR 2016 Sheet Version

  • Corrected Cypberpunk typo to Cyberpunk
  • Added a Field Replacements for Money to be Credits (to support Interface Zero 2.0 and any other sci-fi setting that uses Credits)
  • Added an Increased Max Fatigue checkbox under Field Replacements (to support Interface Zero 2.0

03 FEB 2016 Sheet Version

  • Added InitEdges support in the Configuration panel for those who use the API to handle initiative
  • Modified the Presentation for the Configuration button
  • Add button to manage Core Skills, so you don't have to go into the Configuration all the time (easier for players to grasp)
    • Wild Card Skill Tab
    • NPC Skills Section
  • Modify Roll Templates to accommodate Skill Specialization (optional Rule)
    • Added the {{skill_nameHeader}} to the Trait Roll Templates. This is an optional tag that can be used with the Skill Specialization optional rule. The result is to display the Skill and the specialization (e.g. Shooting:Hand Guns).
  • Reworked the Equipment Tab
    • Moved Vehicles from Equipment to a separate tab
      • The tab can be shown in Configuration
      • All the existing settings should migrate over
        • If Vehicles were shown, the Vehicles Tab should be present
        • Which ever vehicles were selected and set up should be present
    • Changed Augmentations to a Repeating Section
    • Modified Gear into two separate tracking mechanisms
      • Worn Gear (Repeating Section includes a weight value)
      • Stashed Gear (Text area/free-form entry)
    • Removed one of the weight fields from Armor, Melee, Range, and Gear
      • The assumption is that they are all carried, which makes calculating encumbrance easier
      • If any of these items are not carried/worn, they should be captured in the Stashed Gear box
  • Added Sheet Workers
    • Rank now "auto-calculates" based upon the value in the XP field
    • Toughness
    • Parry
    • Strain
      • Includes a visual cue when Current Strain is nearing Max Strain
    • Encumbrance
    • Inventory Weights
      • Armor
      • Melee Weapons
      • Ranged Weapons
      • Gear (worn)—this is a new repeating section
        • The old Gear text field is still there (and still named the same so no data-loss), but it has been changed to be stashed gear so you don't need to keep track of the weights of stuff in that field
  • Added a Combat Options Tab with a list of things to try to spice up combat and get out of the "I hit. It hits" rut.
    • Currently this tab is nothing more than a list of suggestions of things to try, but at some point down the road, the intention is to add buttons to the options that make sense to add buttons to.

01 August 2015 Sheet Version

  • Support for Additional Settings
    • Lankhmar
  • Add "Show Macro" text for Roll Templates
  • Range fields for the Spells section
  • 2-in-1 Roll Templates (Trait + Damage rolled at the same time)

11 July 2015 Sheet Version

  • Added support for Vehicles
    • Sailing Ships
    • Flying Ships
    • Ground Vehicles
    • Walkers
  • Fixed roll buttons for new characters so Default Roll Template is used
  • Fixed Shooting showing up when it shouldn't
  • Added a Languages Field to the Basic Info tab

02 May 2015 Sheet Version

  • Added support in the Trait roll templates for multiple actions
  • Added support in both Trait and Damage roll templates for generic bonuses, penalties, and notes
  • "Ace card" roll templates were updated to (hopefully) prevent the creation of horizontal scroll bars
  • Added roll buttons to the Equipment tab for: Unskilled, Fighting, Shooting (if visible on the Skills tab), and Throwing (if visible on the Skills tab)
  • Added roll buttons to the Arcanum tab for: Faith, Psionics, Ritual, Spellcasting. The roll buttons will only appear if they re visible on the Skills tab

07 Apr 2015 Sheet Version

  • Added options in settings to have sheet roll buttons use roll templates
  • Added a section in the Journal tab to track advancements. This can be shown/hidden in the Configuration section, and is hidden by default
  • Modified the roll buttons to reference another field for the actual roll formula. This makes maintenance easier, because if formula needs to change it only needs to be changed in one place rather than 3. Also allows for easier custom macros for emotes.

31 Jan 2015 Sheet Version

  • Added Hellfrost Logo
  • Added a background image fitting for Hellfrost
  • Added the ModSum and ModSumEnc hidden fields

21 Feb 2015 Sheet Version

  • Added d0 as an option for Fighting - this allows Parry to calculate properly for those characters who choose not take a Fighting skill.
  • Added Nerves of Steel as a drop down menu under Health.
  • Added the woundsMod hidden field. This was needed as a result of Nerves of Steel, so rolls could calculate properly. The formula for woundsMod is: {(@{NoS}+@{wounds}),0}kh1 @{NoS} values are either 0, -1, or -2, and wounds are always positive ranging from 0 to 3. In the formulae for rolls, wounds are always subtracted from the roll, so the need to keep the number positive or 0 was the easier way to go. If it helps, think of it as anti-wounds (subtracting from wounds, rather than adding to the roll).
  • Corrected the way Trait Rank Modifiers affect the roll. In the old version of this sheet, that modifier only applied to Skill Die Type, but according to Pinnacle Entertainment Group's Official Answers Forum, the Trait Rank Modifier also applies to the Wild Die.
  • Roll Templates (This was added post 21 Feb 2015, but no other functionality was modified on the sheet, so I didn't change the sheet Version)