This is a thread for requesting new character sheet to be added to Roll20 Original Sheet Request Thread, Consolidated, mk I by CPP Cassie said: This
posts is really old and massive. It's high time a new one be made.
Would any lovely community member like to volunteer? It would be a best
practice to make a new post at least every quarter if possible. The old thread was over 1000 replies, and 4 years in the making, so a new thread then. I've made a wiki page mentioning and linking hopefully every Sheet Request made in the last half a year , linking to the threads and adding notes that might help getting started. The first post in the original thread also had a massive list of requested sheet, which I haven't bothered to look through considering it's age, but can be found here . Let's try to list future Sheet Request here, and the wiki page can be updated by others if/when I update things less often. Sheet Request(made in 2019) AGE System(Modern AGE, Lazarus, Threefold) | Likely fairly simple to integrate into existing AGE System sheet, taking example of how "The Expanse" was added All For One Regime Diabolique | mention | Note: Could easily be based on "Hollow Earth Expedition" sheet. Basicly reskin + adding fencing schools section | recently added Battlelords of the 23rd Century | mention
Best Left Buried | | thread | Note: Commission Request
Cybersalles | Thread
D&D BECMI | request post
EON 4 (by Helmgast )
Expanse RPG by Green Ronin | more than once | Tips: Could be worked into the AGE Sheet Added to AGE Sheet Fading Suns 2e /2e Revised | mention
Fall of Delta Green(Gumshoe) | request post | Char Sheet(paper)
| Notes: Doesn't use same system as existing Delta Green Sheet, instead
Gumshoe rules with some variations. Suggestion is to incorporate to
existing Gumshoe sheet.
Five Torches Deep | Details | 5e + OSR type of system Gamma World 4E | mention
GURPS 3rd Edition | request post | Tips: GURPS 4th Edition sheet likely good start
LexOccultum (by RiotMinds ) | mention | char sheet (paper)
Mutants & Masterminds 1E | request post | Tips: M&M 3E sheet likely a good start
Original 1974 D&D | possibly started
One Piece D20 | mention mention
P&P Hexxen 1733 | request post | July, 2019
Shadowrun 4th Edition system | Mention | Tips: Starting from one of the latest edited Shadowrun 5th Edition sheets is likely a good idea.
Shadowrun 6th Edition system | Mention | Notes: |One version is under work
Star Wars D20 system | |Thread | Tips: Starting from Saga Edition sheet is likely a good start
Stormbringer 5th Edition | thread
Supernatural RPG (Cortex System) | Mentioned more than twice
Unofficial Elder Scroll RPG(Homebrew) | request post | char sheet(excel) & UESRPG 3E rulebook | Notes: Existing Roll20 sheet with same name is a DnD5E conversion, where as this is a separate system. | A Sheet subission is pending approval Western 4 (by Åskfågeln ) | Notes: There exist a sheet made for Western 3(?) that could be a starting point. The sheet uses <table> for some formatting, so it doesn't fit current minimum Roll20 sheet standards
Whitehack | possibly started
WoD Consolidated (Classic) | mention , mention | WIP by CPP, current progress
WFRP First Edition | Mention
World Wide Wrestling | Thread | Tips: Powered by the Apocalypse could be a close starting point
Sheet Request(Wiki Page): To keep things easier to maintain, this list also exist on the wiki so it can be maintained by other than just me. How to make things easier for Sheet Authors If you want to improve the chances of a sheet request being fulfilled,
there are a good number of things you can do make things easier, and lower the bar for anyone who might consider making your particular character sheet. 1. Be respectful. If you ask someone to create
something for free, it should go without saying that you should be nice
when asking. Majority of the character sheets are created by community
members in their spare time.
2. Describe the game system's general mechanics, and mention if it shares similarities or is related to other known games.
E.g: Expanse RPG is based on the AGE system by Green Ronin;
DungeoneerD20 is inspired by D&D 3.5E, Pathfinder and have a
classless character creation like X
3. Give a good case for why the sheet is needed / why the game is interesting.
Sheet authors who create sheets often do so out of some interest for
the game, considering most sheets are created by people in their free
4. Linking to the paper version of the sheet. If a game have a hard to find sheet, it might never get done if you don't show how it looks like.
5. Point to a similar or related sheet existing on Roll20.
If you track down an existing character sheet that shares much with the
requested sheet, a sheet author would potentially have an easier time
to get started if there exist a solid suggestion to start from.
6. Mention/have ready macros and resources that have been used to play the game so far on ROll20.
These macros can help in the sheet creation, quickly explain the game
mechanics, and could potentially be used to create roll-buttons.
7. Be prepared to give detailed description of how the game is played/sheet is used.
It saves any future sheet author's time, as they would otherwise need
to spend time learning rules, instead of working on the actual sheet.
8. Link to any free rules available for the game.
If the game have free, legal rules/quickrules available online, any
sheet author could work easier on the sheet without needing to consult a
person knowing the rules. If you're truly dedicated, you could provide
legal copies of the gamerules to a sheet author if no free quickrules
9. Consider approaching the game's community or Publisher about your request.
If it's a new or fairly new game, there is a chance that someone in the
game's community or the publisher itself would consider getting a sheet
created if they know that many are playing it online.
10. If you're a publisher, you can consider contacting Roll20 to seek a deal. Alternatively, you can post on the Character Sheet forums about wanting to have a character sheet made/commissioned.
11. Paying someone to creating the sheet ( Forum thread talking about the subject ).