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A few words about
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Battle Sheet
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What is it?Example
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A simple encounter sheet for your in-game use. Note, track, and free up your dynamic scenes without drawing tables or figuring them out. The battle in the warehouse began!

Using the any table as the initiative tracker, you put the name acronyms in the first row and the order in the second. The other two tables will contain the health points trackers for well-prepared enemies! Next, you spend the another table counting bullets left in the machine-gun clip.

Then, having everything under control, you focus on describing the epic explosions and bullets crossing the air!

We have included examples of the record in the next tab.
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How to use it?
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Use it to track the initiative order, damage or HP, ammo, spells, mana points, or anything else that will suit you. Give the table a title or name, mark the use, and use the grid as a two-row or independent counter. The small triangular markers will help you orientate around it faster.
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Compatibility
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It fits most systems and modules. We tested it with D&D, Warhammer (Fantasy & Dark Heresy), World of Darkness, Call of Cthulhu, Alien, and Cyberpunk.
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Authors
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Jarosław Danilenko, Aleksandra Smoczyk, Damian Skotzke

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License
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Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0)
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