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Postby Guest » Tue Sep 09, 2003 3:22 pm

Does anyone know of any good sites that have some good B5 D20 character sheets?
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Postby redlaco » Tue Sep 09, 2003 3:53 pm

Well I suggest the Elfman's one-page. I also found 3 models on RPG Sheets. More should appear in a couple of month.
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Postby saberj » Thu Sep 11, 2003 1:34 am

The character sheet I made is up at RPGsheets. IT is the Babylon 5 Simple 2 Sheet v2.1


It's not perfect by no means, but I haven't updated it in a while, mostly because I have recieved NO feedback. So if anyone actually uses it, and would like to see something fixed, tweaked, or changed, give me some comments on it.
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Postby redlaco » Thu Sep 11, 2003 1:58 pm

Saberj, I didn't had the time to check them all, but now that you mention it, I'll comment on your sheet.

What I like :

- It's complete (vehicule, teep/TM abilities, contacts...)
- It shows the bonus on the ability score
- It shows which all class skills (so we can compare classes; it helps at char creation)
- the spaces provided for page reference (nice little touch)


Only thing preventing me from using it : it's too colour intensive for my taste (looks good though).
I prefer B&W sheets to save my color ink, but that's just me...
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Postby saberj » Fri Sep 12, 2003 9:42 pm

redlaco wrote:Saberj, I didn't had the time to check them all, but now that you mention it, I'll comment on your sheet.

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Only thing preventing me from using it : it's too colour intensive for my taste (looks good though).
I prefer B&W sheets to save my color ink, but that's just me...

Hmmm, I just realised that the version I have up on that site is an old version. So I need to update the file....as soon as the link to do so starts to work. Anywho

Yeah, I can see where it may be a little ink consuming, although not nearly as much so as the original monster. But, for those of you that print in Black and White, I have posted a Black and white version of the page on rpgsheets.com. Just do a search for Babylon 5 d20 to find it. It still uses a little more ink than just words on paper would since I haven't removed the backgrounds. But hopefully it'll be alot easier on those of you who would like to use it, but find it too color consuming. Anyways, it was a 5 min fix, so Ill try to work on something a little better in the future.

Thanks for the comments

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