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The Cleric V1.1

Built specifically with Cleric players in mind!

The third in a series of class specific character sheets. This two page character sheet keeps all of your essential character crunch on one sheet and all your character's backstory, traits, allies, and enemies on another.

What's New in V1.1

  • Fixed a typo in "Destroy Undead"

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Also by Emmet Byrne

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About the Author: Emmet Byrne has been role-playing and Games Mastering for almost 20 years. He got his start reverse engineering the second edition AD&D rules from the Baldur's Gate PC RPG and hasn't looked back since. He's played every edition of D&D between then and now as well as a multitude of other weird and wonderful tabletop RPG systems, and was involved in the AGE system content for Kobold Press's Midgard Campaign Setting.
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Joshua A September 28, 2019 1:42 pm UTC
Picked this up yesterday, and am loving it so far! A couple quick suggestions though:

In the Divine Domain Feature section, allow for a changeable title, so that we can put in the name of the ability (IE: make "Channel Divinity: Divine Domain" into "Channel Divinity: [Divine Domain]" so I can change it to "Channel Divinity: Preserve Life" and make the features into "[Divine Domain Feature]" so I can replace it with "Disciple of life" or "Divine Strike"

Second, I'd really like a spot that has "preparation slots" or however it can be worded, perhaps next to "Cantrips known", move the text to above or below the box, and add a box for number of prepared spells.

Outside of these couple things, I think the sheet is perfect, and I am loving it, thanks again!
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Sjoerd V April 28, 2019 12:00 pm UTC
I don't see any purpose in the "Cantrips Known" box. You already list your cantrips in the box below it, and you cannot change these like you can change prepared spells. What I miss here, and this could be a nice substitution for the "Cantrips Known" is the number of spells you can prepare per Long Rest. Apart from that, great character sheet! A pleasure to use this :)
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Ryan H January 25, 2019 11:07 am UTC
The only thing I don't like about this sheet is the large size of the text when filling it in. The Monk version was perfect, but getting ready to start a new campaign using the cleric and having a lot of space issues. The Domain Spells, the font size is too big to be able to see the words top to bottom for the space provided.
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Ryan H February 10, 2019 7:21 am UTC
I managed to get an old version of acrobat pro installed so I was able to edit. Font issues solved.
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Ryan H February 11, 2019 9:37 pm UTC
So I figured out what the issue was I had on this file.

Being on a Mac I opened this in preview instead of Acrobat Reader which messed up the editing fields for myself. Figured I would put this out there for anyone else potentially having this issue.
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Qi Q April 15, 2020 4:50 pm UTC
Once you've enetered whatever text you like, you can hit return/enter a bunch of times to add blank space to the box and the text will re-size
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Erik S December 29, 2018 10:34 pm UTC
I really like the layout of this sheet. I did encounter a problem when trying to print (HP Envy 4520 from the Mac Preview app & from Mac PDF Expert app). The first page came out mostly black because the screen gray behind printed as pure black. I tried a variety of things and eventually discovered that opening it in PDF Expert, flattening, then saving out as a PostScript file, opening in Preview and saving that as a PDF wound up producing a file that printed properly.
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Tiffany S February 16, 2020 11:17 pm UTC
Thank you for explaining how you got around this. I am having the same problem and was about to lose it on my printer! XD
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Jake W October 29, 2018 10:10 pm UTC
You should make Divine Domain specific sheets for all the different Cleric types.
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Luiz M January 25, 2018 11:19 am UTC
Nice work! Let me suggest a correction: level 5 "Destroy Undead" is typed "Destory Undead"

And do you plan to make an alternate sheet for all classes?
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Emmet B January 25, 2018 12:09 pm UTC
Thanks! I'll be updating the typo today.

I plan on doing sheets for all classes and hope to have them released by the end of next week.
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Adriana W January 24, 2018 6:59 pm UTC
This looks like the Ard Standard character sheets. Author distributed them through Reddit, if my memory serves me right.
That's where you took the inspiration from?
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Emmet B January 24, 2018 7:20 pm UTC

The Ard Standard? I'm not familiar with that. But no, I just wanted to create character sheets for each class that looked like the official one. I shared these originally on Reddit but I hadn't seen any class character sheets before that (though I hadn't looked!)
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Papa F February 16, 2018 6:40 pm UTC
They're both simple rearrangements of the standard 5e character sheets, so anyone who does this is bound to make something that looks similar.
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