Only decent 1e Character Generators I could find were online, and of the three I bookmarked, 2 disappeared in the last year as sites went down. So, I decided to code my own, with the added benefit of brushing up on coding that I hadn’t touched in a decade or more.
Added a few things since thanksgiving, the holiday time-off being good for getting RPG work done. 🙂 All the forms are AD&D 1e.
- 11/27 – Situational Spell Load-Out Form — Add-on for my printable spellbook, use as a way to keep track of individual memorizations based on situations like Dungeons, Cities, Overland, Caverns, etc.
- 12/29 – Carolingia Font — Nice pseudo-medieval/fantasy font that is FAR easier to read than Old English. Good for maps and handouts.
- 12/30 – Party XP – XP Needed – Gold Form — Allows the DM to keep a running total at each XP distribution. Acts as a backup check to player math and gives the party an overview of where every character stands towards next level and wealth.
I created this after noticing our magic-user was making notes on notebook paper and when I asked what he was doing (since he uses the spell book I created and posted here), he told me he was doing ‘standard load-outs’ for various situations he might run into.
At LOOOONG last, the final set of spell cards from AD&D 1e! The Illusionist Spell Cards have landed! They may be downloaded from Google Drive, or a text file with the Drive link may be downloaded from the files section.
Finally managed to slog my way through the druid spell list and transcribe/format them to my 3×5″ spell cards. They have been uploaded to Google Drive or a download link may be found in the files section. Enjoy!
(and now to work up the willpower to do the Illusionist Spells)
My party is very close to finishing ‘T1-4 The Temple of Elemental Evil’. First off, regardless of what your local 5e players say, this is a MEGA-DUNGEON. Granted it’s not a hundred little independent adventures in the same area as most modern players know mega-dungeons (or, as MMO players call it, a quest hub), but a classic mega-dungeon consisting of ONE BIG CONTINUOUS ADVENTURE!
Finished the Cleric spell Cards. Unfortunately, they are too large to upload to this site (a bit over 475 MB). I have uploaded them to my Google Drive instead.
CLICK HERE to download the cards in PDF Format.
The Deck of Many Things, by William O’Connor Studios. Published in Dungeon Magazine #177, the article itself is meaningless, its 4e (maybe 5e early) so ignore it as the effects do not match 1e/2e.
Front and back cover art, plus 9 form pages for recording known spells in the magic-user’s spellbook. PDF file, just open and print as many spellbooks as needed. Drop a couple pages and perfect for that illusionist in your group.