Bryan W. said: I have a few fairly security conscious players, and I'd like to be able to present the awesomeness of my character sheet without requiring that extra friction. One option could be to get your players to install the font locally. You've already got the local src definitions in your font-face, so if your player has the font installed (with the appropriate name), the system will grab the font from their computer instead of trying to load it over the Roll20 proxy that's causing the problem. Finderski said: Also, here are a few more that may be used for different things (such as icons, etc): font-family: "Pictos";
font-family: "Pictos Custom";
font-family: "Pictos Three";
font-family: "dicefontd20" If you want to see these icons, you can go here: https://app.roll20.net/forum/permalink/892198/
Note that the pictures in that thread are just previews of the font. You can see every single glyph included in the font (and the associated character you would need to put on your character sheet) at CSS Wizardry#Icon Fonts . Note that your list is missing the dicefontd30 font, and fontello. Also, the glyphs available from fontello use code points from the PRIVATE_USE_AREA block of Unicode, and don't normally map to actual characters.