Copy of WFRP 4e Character Sheet by Jim Brannen
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How To Use This Sheet (preface)
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Thanks for using my WFRP 4e character sheet! Many of the layout and section choices are inspired by the official character sheet printed in the rulebook, with additional sections added as needed. This sheet is currently configured to the pre-release PDF's rules/content, and will be updated when the core rulebook is finished and released.
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To use this sheet, just make a copy and you can edit your copy. I will continue to update the master copy of the sheet as I play and think of new things to add/automate, so be sure to save the original spreadsheet to your Drive (or make a bookmark) so you can make a copy of the updated version every time you make a new character.
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There are three main things to consider while using this sheet (to avoid breaking it):
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1.The Golden Rule: only change white cells (unless you know what you're doing). Anything with a coloured/shaded background typically has a formula.
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2.Do not delete the Tables page. This has many tables with data for things like Careers, Talents, and Spells. You can safely edit the areas with a purple header to add in homebrew content.
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3.Headers with this font colour are tools to make things easier (typically calculators, like the Advances XP Cost Calculator on the Profile page). They change nothing on the sheet other than themselves, and are purely to help with math and/or organisation.
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4.If you get any "#NAME?" or "Loading Data ..." errors, just reload the page. This happens because I use custom scripts and sometimes Google Sheets doesn't load those with the spreadsheet / fast enough.
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Pages you can safely delete (should you not need them or use something else):
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this page
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Magic/Spells
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Weapons/Armour
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Background/Personality (optional page to help describe your character)
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Campaign Notes (optional page to help organise notes)
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XP Log (optional page to track XP gained/spent)
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Version numbers (found at the top of the Tables page) are allocated as described below. This is to help you determine if you should migrate your old character to a newer version of the sheet. Tiny changes (like changing the font size of two cells) will not increase the version number.
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For any version number x.y.z:
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x increasing determines a large overhaul of many prominent features;
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y increasing determines a large change in how something important works; and
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z increasing determines a few small changes.
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(You will probably only want to migrate an old character if x has increased or if y has increased by five or more.)
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If the version number contains a question mark, I am actively working on the sheet in a way that might break other things.
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One last thing: although many things in this sheet autofill/auto-calculate, there is not enough information to create characters or play the game without the official rulebook(s). Cubicle 7 did a great job with 4e, and you can buy the books at http://shop.cubicle7store.com.
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Special thanks go to my friends Rebel and Vague who helped give me opinions/ideas and test this. If you have any corrections/suggestions, you can message me on Discord (Jim#7948) or email me (jimbrannen7@gmail.com).
Happy witch-hunting!
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