J. Dale Himebaugh said: Hi Mark. Yes, I'm aware that there are 4 lines of symbols, just none for kneeling or prone and nothing that could be used similar to those conditions. Since it is computer driven, I am sure this is an easy addition but just need someone to take the time to do it. " The ox is slow but the earth is patient. " Dale There are 7 rows with 8 statusmarkers each (except the bottom row, which has 7). It's true none of them clearly and unambiguously represent kneeling or laying prone, although you can certainly assign meaning to some of the existing ones. The GM in my 4e campaign, for example, uses the "half-haze" statusmarker (second row, under the brown dot) for Prone. That said, I'll hardly object to having more available!