Some things to check: 1. Did you already have a given monster of that name in the game? If you have a goblin (say) already resident, pulling in a fresh copy from the compendium won't overwrite it (so as not to destroy any customization you may have made). If this is the case, deleting the character sheet from the game and pulling in a fresh copy from the compendium should fix it. 2. Does your game have a character sheet? If you have created a game without choosing a character sheet, then pulling in a monster will not create one. It will pull in attributes, but won't create a sheet. At this time, there are only two sheets with 5e Compendium compatibility: the D&D 5e sheet by Roll20, and the Shaped Sheet by user Kryx. If you do not have a sheet attached to the game you can change this on the game details page. My guess from your description is that #1 is more likely than #2 (since it sounds like you are getting a sheet albeit a blank one), unless you are using the Community Contributed sheet, which has been largely abandoned.