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Time Tracker (Goblin)


Same Time Tracker as the original, but with a different visual style (this version does not include a variation for Faerun).

It is highly recommended that this is printed on 11"x17" paper and laminated

Time Tracker is designed to be a visible reference to both players and the DM. It can assist in keeping track of events, add some urgency to game play, and visualize time as a resource with consequences. Laminating the time tracker is recommended so that notes can be added with a dry erase marker.

Each day is divided into 6 stages: Early Morning, Morning, Afternoon, Evening, Night, and Late Night -- these stages make up the outermost ring. Each of these stages contains four 1 hour segments.

Each hour is made up of six segments (10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60) of "spent time" -- this is the inner ring. Each of these segments loosely represents the time it takes to preform an out of combat action (e.g. search a room, pick a lock, copy information, break down a door, climb a tree, start a fire with a tender box). What constitutes spent time is up for interpretation by the DM, but is generally between 3-10 minutes of activity.

Event segments are the six sections marked with a die face that surrounds the spent time track. These can be used to mark the occurrence of an event(s) happening during the current hour using a d6. When the spent time track reaches a segment with a corresponding event(s), move one of the event d6 on to the spent time track when players spend time (instead of adding a new d6) -- this triggers the event. If there is more than one event on an event segment all are triggered, but only one d6 is moved -- the rest are discarded.

When the Spent Time Track is full, roll the 6d6. If any 1s are rolled, bad stuff happens.

There is also a combat round/seconds track; a minute track that can help turn up the pressure on dwadling players; a days, weeks, months, and seasons track; and an initiative track.

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File Last Updated:
January 10, 2019
This title was added to our catalog on January 10, 2019.