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FryLog Season 9 Log Sheet

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The FryLog is back for Season 9!

Track your Adventurer's League adventures and character progression with the latest FryLog, available for free on the DMsGuild.com.

  • Record each adventure, date and dungeon master.
  • Track levels, gold, renown, downtime and items.
  • Keep detailed notes of your story awards.
  • Form-fillable PDF - great for physical or digital use.
  • Bonus sheet of even more logs!

Note that season rules may see future revisions. Have questions or feedback? Leave a message!

 
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Mark S September 05, 2019 6:03 am UTC
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New design looks good! Can you add a SEASON# box for the character info?
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Eric F September 05, 2019 11:59 pm UTC
CREATOR
Great suggestion, Mark. Thanks! Look for that in the next iteration.
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Eric F September 09, 2019 1:26 am UTC
CREATOR
You suggestion has been implemented in 9.0.1!
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Mark S September 09, 2019 2:32 am UTC
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Woohoo! Thanks!
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Sean R September 05, 2019 5:32 am UTC
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Would it be possible for season 9 to get a 'gold earned' and 'gold spent' column so that we can also track how much we're spending given the new caps? Otherwise, love the design, super clean.
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Eric F September 05, 2019 11:58 pm UTC
CREATOR
Thanks for the interest, Sean! You can track your net gold in the gold column. Just enter specifics such as expenditures in the notes area.
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Cody G September 16, 2019 6:27 pm UTC
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I also think a column for tracking how much of you gold cap you have used that level would be nice. Have the net gold column, but add a gold cap column.

Never crossed my mind to just track that in the notes section lol, so thanks for that suggestion. If this isn't added I'll just have to do that because I really like your sheet. Just what needs to be tracked is tracked and the reference section at the top is fantastic. Especially for new people!
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Eric F September 18, 2019 12:21 am UTC
CREATOR
Alright, y'all! Take a look at 9.1.0 for a new gold earned this level field! Thanks for the suggestion!
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Joshua T December 16, 2018 8:46 pm UTC
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Is there a reason the form will not let you put in 1.5 Advancement or Treasure Checkpoints? If doing slow progression, half of 3 is 1.5 and it keeps rounding it to 2.
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Eric F December 16, 2018 10:50 pm UTC
CREATOR
Thanks for the message, Joshua! It does let you keep the decimals - it's only displaying as a rounded figure. Go ahead and type 1.5 then click out and back in - your 1.5 figure will still be there. Increasing the decimal place is on my list but it's a tricky decision. If I add decimals, it will always show decimals (plus require an even smaller font size!) and it seems that the vast majority of users do not use slow progression.

So do I improve the display for 20% of users but worsen it for 80%? These are the dilemmas that keep me up at night! And, on top of all that, the fryLog is designed for printer/pen use so, to me, the entire PDF aspect is superfluous! Arggg!

I really appreciate you using fryLog and value your input - without it I don't know what people need changed. Let's see if we get additional requests for this before I make such a big change.
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John W September 24, 2018 3:28 am UTC
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Awesome resource, Eric continues to update and refine log...thanks!
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Eric F September 24, 2018 4:30 am UTC
CREATOR
Thanks, John! Hope you enjoy it!
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Jerry C September 16, 2018 6:43 pm UTC
Any chance of a form-fillable PDF version?
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Eric F September 17, 2018 2:45 am UTC
CREATOR
Hi Jerry! Thanks for the comment! I think the next update can include form fields for the character name area up top and maybe a few other areas but I hadn’t planned on the main log entries. This was always designed for printed use. I’d love to hear you’d use it if I did do the entries. Would you keep the PDF saved to your tablet or other device and fill it out there? I’m open!
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Richard A September 22, 2018 11:03 pm UTC
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I have a lot of AL characters and I keep their log sheets in pdf form on a cloud drive so I don’t have to carry them around or worry that they will get lost. That’s a big deal for me as I go to a lot of conventions. I can use plain pdf if necessary, and add the entries as annotations, but a form-fillable version is much, much more convenient.
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Eric F September 23, 2018 4:17 am UTC
CREATOR
Well, great news, guys. Check out the latest update! And, before you ask, no - auto calculations will take waaaaay too long with this many fields. ;)
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