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Sheet Requests

This is a list of character sheets that have been requested to be made, and meant to help document sheet request as well as possible work in progress(WIP).

If you want to petition a change or improvement to an existing sheet, it's recommended to make a new thread on the Character Sheet, contact the active author if one exists, and create an Issue on the Roll20 repository.

The best way to go about making a request is by posting in the Sheet Request Thread.

Current Requests

If you have worked or are working on some of these sheets, please add relevant links WIP or you link to your username if you are okay with being contacted related to a particular sheet.

Making a Good Case

If you want to improve the chances of a sheet request being fulfilled, there are a number of things you can do to increase your odds.

1. Be respectful.

2. Describe the game system's general mechanics, and mention if it shares similarities or are related to other known games. (E.g: Expanse RPG is based on the AGE system by Green Ronin; DungeoneerD20 is inspired by D&D 3.5E, Pathfinder and have a classless character creation like X)

3. Give a good case for why the sheet is needed / why the system is interesting. Sheet authors who create sheets often do so out of some interest for the game, considering most sheets are created by people in their free time.

4. Linking to the paper version of the sheet

5. Tracking down existing character sheets on Roll20 that share lot of similarities or are related to the game system you are requesting. It's easier to get started if there exist an viable starting point to work from.

6. Mention/have ready macros and resources that have been used to play the game so far. These macros can help in the sheet creation and quickly explain the game mechanics

7. Be prepared to give detailed description of how the game is played/sheet is filled. It saves any future sheet author's time who'd otherwise spend time learning rules instead of creating the sheet.

8. Link to any free rules available for the system

9. Consider approaching the game's Publisher about your request. If it's a new or fairly new system, there is a chance the publisher would consider creating a sheet for the system if they learn that many are playing it online.

10. If you're a publisher yourself, you can consider contacting Roll20 to seek a deal, or post on the Character Sheet forums about wanting to have a character sheet made.

11. Paying someone to creating the sheet(related forum thread).

See Also