I have to correct you here - "Agnostic" means: It doesn't run on any specific system until you add rules for one "It doesn't matter on which system it runs" means: that it can still run on a specific system added at the time of its creation, making it 'possibly agnostic', Just choose one - whatever gets the sheet in the list is good enough, whether this is DnD 5th, Whitewolf, Gurps, the Hero System, Fantasy Age or whatever, (unless of course you would consider any of those systems agnostic). Furthermore - stop trying to make feel like an idiot, i'm fully aware of my qualities and faults, and i can clearly see you jumped on the very first interpretation that suited your personal views, and you neglected to consider how it was actually intended. that doesn't make me feel stupid, but i think you can gues what it makes me think about you..., so plz stop doing that and maybe, just maybe, i can start seeing you as perfectly reasonable fellows. Author X said: True Julian said: I'm not asking for an agnostic sheet it doesn't matter on which system it runs That is what "system agnostic" means. PS: you guys forgot to imagine the angelic voice didn't you!?