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Spell Cards Collection - Printer Friendly. This is a set of four individual interactive .PDFs for players to create and print their own custom Spell Cards. 

This was developed as an alternative to the Gale Force Nine spell cards. In that system the cards have various colours based on whether it is from Xanthars guide, the character race, or spells from different classes. This card set however, focus on differentiating between spells/abilities rather than where those spell came from.

Additionally the Gale Force Nine spell cards often lack all the relevant information which requires players to then look in the PHB, with these cards you can enter the information and organise it how you want to ensure the key aspects are on the card.

Card colours

Green – Represents a ‘Cantrip’. It has been given this colour as you can keep casting it without the use of a spell slot, green represents ‘good to go’.

Blue – This represents ‘Abilities’. These are skills, spells etc. that are inherited by your character class. For example a paladins ‘divine smite’ uses a spell slot and I have found it useful to think of it much like a spell.

Yellow – Represents your ‘Spells’ as it’s a bright colour that stands out in the deck. The use of yellow is a bit of a warning, so you know that it will use a spell slot.

Purple – This represents any ‘Special/Magic Items’ you may have. These cards are there to help remind the player that they have those special items, instead of having to read all the way through their character sheets. This card also has a customizable image, in which the DM or player can place images of their items.

The idea is to make the game more user friendly, especially for people who are playing more complex classes that involves having lots of spells. It’s a way of seeing what the spell/item does without having to troll though the PHB or flick through the character sheet.

These cards have been designed to make them versatile, and encourage home brew content. If a magic effect can only be used once per long rest, there is a box for this on the card. Unused aspects can be left blank if wanted, as most abilities don’t have different levels or used to indicate the number of uses each ability has.

These cards have been designed to print out at the same size as the Gale Force Nine cards and fit into standard size card sleeves.  

This was developed to be used in Adobe Acrobat DC (full version), and when opened in other software might not display correctly. This however will print correctly if using Adobe Acrobat Reader, and you should be able to preview it in ‘Print Preview’ mode.

Please see my alternative FREE version (this is not printer friendly)

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Conor G October 31, 2020 5:39 pm UTC
When I print out the cards will there be a back to them?
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Brandon C August 10, 2020 2:01 am UTC
So I have to convert all the images I want to PDF? Also for the spell cards the school of magic may as well be removed with how small it is.
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Emily P August 11, 2020 8:57 pm UTC
Hi Brandon, thanks for commenting.

With regards to the school of magic, this was left in a small font as I did not believe this would effect game play much and I wanted to leave as much space on the cards for other information.

By images, do you mean to insert images into the magic item cards? If so, you should be able to place any image into them (for example .jpeg, .png and .PDF) all you need to do is to click in the space where the image will appear, this will bring up a browser for you to find and place your images.

I hope this clears any concerns up! Thanks.
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Brandon C September 24, 2020 1:26 pm UTC
The only image type it seems to allow is pdf, not a big deal I can convert them easy enough. Would you be able to make a set that is a little more colorless? These cards really kill my ink supply.
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FJ A April 21, 2020 6:49 pm UTC
do i have to fill this out and if so by hand or is it a fillable sheet?
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Emily P April 21, 2020 9:47 pm UTC
Hi there! This is an interactive .PDF that you can fill out on your computer or by hand if printed. These are blank cards for players to use to help with keeping track of their spells/abilities/cantrips/magic items. I hope that helps!
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