I also tend to link many tokens to a single sheet. For instance, I have well over a hundred tokens with different portraits, names and identities linked to the single "Commoner" sheet. There may be some strategies like this that can help. Can you describe what your needs are that include so many sheets? There may be some strategies to reduce the overhead. Sure, I figured out that you don't need to have separate characters for mooks or commoners or the lot. But I got like 5-10 flavors of orcs. Rinse and repeat for all the main baddies. I got a campaign with higher level characters and we like to fight different monsters. Most recently, they are going to fight a band of NPCs they defeated earlier, and that have been revived by the evil necromancer. I duplicated the old npcs' sheets, each of which had their own sheet, b/c, well, they were unique, so now I have another 4 unique characters. I guess I use a lot of named, unique NPCs. Maybe others don't. Think about it this way, the MM is some 300 pages, with what, 1 monster/page. So, even if I stick to stock, non-unique monsters, I can only do about half of them. Other books' monsters, anything unique, anything original I create is beyond that. Tbh, I can't see how ppl DON'T have hundreds of characters unless they run short campaigns or single modules or have very focused campaigns or have some way to store them, beyond the archive feature. I mean, I guess I should just create a new campaign for every 5 levels, and then I can use that as a way to store them? Is that what you suggest?