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5e Action-Tracker

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“Have I used my Bonus Action already?”

“How far have I moved this turn?”

“Did that just count as my action?”

With the 5E ACTION-TRACKER, such questions will soon be a thing of the past!

HOW TO USE

Place a copy of your preferred version of the Tracker on the table. As you play through combat, simply place dice, poker chips, or other markers on the appropriate parts of the form. Once each of the four main boxes has a marker on it, you’ll know that you’ve used up all of your options for that turn. Created and designed for DM’s Guild by Gabriel Harley ©2018.

Includes printable letter (8.5x11") and legal (8.5x14") versions.

 
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brad S March 12, 2020 10:36 pm UTC
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A couple of not large issues came to mind. 1) Use an object - while this is accurate for when you require a complete action, or when you want to interact with more than one object on your turn; the more common object task is "interact with an object" which can be done as part of an Action or movement. It would be helpful to see some kind of "interact with an object" tracking that checks off under the action category or movement. 2) The Ready action has two other items tied to it. One - the action to be triggered by it, and Two the Reaction triggering it. It would be helpful to not have Ready as its own action but as a checkbox on the other actions or the action category. It should also tied directly over to Reaction reminding people that they must use that to trigger it. Essentially I see a version in the future where the actions category might have additional checkboxes like "Ready" and "Object Interaction" and "Ready" with a direct tie over to "Reaction"...See more
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This title was added to our catalog on September 01, 2018.