I cant answer number #2, because I dont play the game. I'll give the others a stab. #1: some terminology to make this less confusing. In roll20, that thing that contains the Bio, Character Sheet and Attributes & Abilities tab is officially called a Journal. We all call it a character sheet, but doing so makes it confusing in questions like this. So I'll call it a Journal here. At the top of the Journal, above those tabs, there should be an Edit button. Click on that to open a new page. On that page, on the right, you'll see Name , In Player's Journals , and Can be Edited and Controlled By . That last one is the one you want to check. Just delete everything in there. Once that's done, players will not see the Character Sheet tab. #3: if youre seeing junk from other character sheets, this suggests you've had different character sheets in this campaign, or the characters have been imported from another campaign that has used different sheets. In the Campaign's Settings, you can choose different character sheets- like Star Frontiers, Space master, and so on. If you change character sheets, it loads all the attributes in that sheet to every character in your campaign. When you switch to another character sheet, it doesnt remove them - it just loads all the attributes from the new sheet as well. If characters have been imported from another campaign that has used other sheets, they'll bring their attributes with them. If you want to start with a completely clean Journal, that only has attributes from the current sheet, just create a new blank Journal, and manually copy over the stats you need. For the second half of your question: if you're using a Character Sheet, never use the Attributes list on the Attributes & Abilities tab (exception: you may use it to manually create attributes that do not exist on the character sheet). The Attributes list is a legacy feature that predates Character Sheets, and it does not show a complete set of attributes. There are several types of attributes that will never show up there (those still at default values, those in repeating sections, automatically calculating attributes, and others). You should ignore that list, and just use the Character Sheet tab. #4) Normally when people choose a script, it's to serve a purpose, so they know what it does. So this question puzzles me. Is there a reason you want to use chatSetAttr? This script is very handy for making changes to attribute values to multiple characters at once. It does come with help instructions, which are admittedly very heavy, but it's a pretty simple script to use once you get down to it. But it's also dangerous if you dont know what you're doing - you could overwrite players stats.