D&D 5e Shaped character sheet
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- API Script Compatability
- Referencing Attributes, Macros, and Repeating Sections
- Creating and Linking Character Abilities
- Hiding Macro info from players using custom CSS
- Roll Template
- Attributes and Macros List
- Useful Macros
- High performance sheet without the lag of old versions (100% sheet workers)
- Styling that matches the 5e paper sheet
- Compendium Integration for NPCs, Spells, Weapons, Armor, Equipment
- OGL Module conversion Modules like LMoP, Volo's Guide, and the Monster Manual are converted from the OGL format to the Shaped format.
- NPC actions and traits are parsed and clickable. The text on the sheet and in the output macro will adjust if you adjust an ability score.
- Customizable skills with the option to change the ability on the fly
- Spells with the option to cast at a higher level
- Filters to limit which spells are displayed
- Chat macros that are kept in sync with the contents of the sheet. Ability Checks, Saving Throws, Attacks, Actions, Stablock, etc.
- Critical damage is automatically calculated with the possibility of selecting features like brutal critical or houserules that critical hits do maximum dice damage plus the normal damage.
- Classes automatically select proficiencies (Weapon, Armor, Tools, Saving Throws) and class features.
- Customizable Classes - Change Name, HD, or spellcasting level of the classes
- Armor Covers normal armor as well as unarmored ability cases like monk, barbarian, etc.
- Equipment with gold and weight automatically calculated. Equipment Items are clickable from the core page for items like Potion of Healing
- Settings for how to output all rolls, death saves, initiative, etc
- Roll settings to choose to always roll with advantage, disadvantage, or query for both
- Optional bonuses to all skills, abilities, saving throws, etc.
- Attachers can be used to remind yourself to add to saving throws while within 10 feet of your paladin
When I release a new version it takes time to reach the public. Roll20 must merge my cost (typically Mondays/Tuesdays) and then release my code to the public (typically Tuesdays/Wednesdays). You can track Roll20's pull requests on their github. I have no control over when they release.
How to Update the sheet yourself (as Pro):
- Copy the html from github
- In Roll20 go to campaign settings and choose a custom character sheet.
- Choose D&D 5e as the SRD
- In the HTML tab paste the HTML code
- Copy the css from github
- On Roll20 in the CSS tab paste the CSS code.
- Copy the translation from the appropriate file on github (en is English, fr is French, de is German, it is Italian, etc)
- On Roll20 in the Translation tab paste the JSON from the appropriate file.
- Hit save.
If you are ever concerned about data loss I recommend you duplicate your campaign and use that to copy to see how it'll work.
Testing new versions
I regularly release new versions. If you'd like to be involved in the testing period follow this thread. You can also see the latest code on my develop campaign
I support the currently released version on Roll20 and on Github (they often differ as Pros can use a newer version). For upgrades I support a smooth upgrade for any version within the last 6 months.
Since many have asked for it: If you appreciate what I do and want to compensate me for the countless hours that I have spent building this character sheet feel free to support me on Patreon or Paypal (firstname.lastname@example.org).