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Form Fillable Inventory Sheet
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
by Robert M. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 01/11/2019 16:30:39

A fantastic sheet, perfected by an author who really cares about putting out quality content!



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Hey I corrected the typos I found that you pointed out, thanks! Also the radio buttons, I assume you are referencing the attuned dots, those should also be fillable. You just click the dot and it should fill it in. Not sure why it didn't work for you before but I doublechecked the update before uploading it so either way it should work for you now. Thanks again for your input, enjoy!
Thanks again for the sharp eye. Would you believe English is actually my first language? ;) I corrected those last few typos you pointed out. The 5e_Inventory... was the original file (which was no longer fillable for some reason) and I had selected to remove it when I uploaded the first correction. For some reason it was still showing up on the product page even though it was removed from the Manage My Files section. Either way it should be gone now and the most recent sheet has all the changes you pointed out. Thanks again for your help, it is most appreciated. Enjoy!
Adventure Writer's Planning Sheet
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
by Robert M. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 04/21/2017 22:36:42

The only things I think are wrong or potential downsides in this document are that I would like to see at least one more line of space for the "Themes, Flavor, Tropes, Plot Lines from other scenarios" section, that there is no "printer-friendly" version included— the page background is a light tan parchment —and the "footer" on each page just says "TITLE".

Overall, I consider this a fairly complete collection of forms that a new or less experienced DM would definitely benefit from using, to create and track their adventures better.



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100 Goblin Trinkets
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
by Robert M. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 04/21/2017 22:22:49

TRINKETS! Trinketstrinketstrinkets— TRINNNNKETS! (I'm kind of a fan of trinkets, if you couldn't tell. ;-] )

This is a fairly decent and well-formatted list of 100 trinkets.

One downside of this list is that 19 objects on it begin with "A tiny..." and 2 either begin with or contain "a small", which were somewhat annoying to see over and over in a product about a small-sized creature and leave room for it to be argued that the other items in the list are anything other than goblin-sized.

Most of the trinkets lack any sort of "magical" aspect (e.g., one entry reads: "A tiny black gem") that most trinket lists have in overabundance, which makes this a much more flavorful list to add to your collection and for use in less-than-high-magic campaigns.

That said, it remains arguable that this list is "uninspired" as many of the items lack more than a handful of words to describe the items.

And I'm reminded of an old quote from "Men in Black" (1997):

Frank: "You humans. When're you gonna learn that size doesn't matter? Just 'cause something's important, doesn't mean it's not very, very small." Agent K: "How small?!" Frank: "Tiny. Like the size of a marble or a jewel."

This list keeps that concept alive with a lot of small items that could indeed be very important to a small Goblin, and leaves the item open enough for a DM or Player to decide exactly how or why the item would be important or magical, and without pre-determining a bunch of stats, skills, and dice rolls to associate with the items.



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430 Thieves Guild / Gang Names
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
by Robert M. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 04/21/2017 22:03:26

An un-edited and un-proofread, single-column list of 415— not 430 —entries vertiably vomitted into 18 pages.

Entries range from the following:

♦ The extremely uninspired pop-culture referenced (e.g., the "Alley Rats" which is referenced in more places that I could list here, "dead rabbits" which is a reference to the movie "Gangs of New York", the "T-Birds and Pink Ladies"— and later, the "the Pink Ladies!" entry —which is a reference to the movie "Grease" , "The R.O.U.S.es (rogues of unusual skill)" which is a reference, redefined, from the movie "The Princess Bride", "The badstreet boys" which is a reference to the "Backstreet Boys" music group, "The sharks and the jets" and "Finger snapping guilds!" which are refernces to the movie "West Side Story", the "Crazy 88s" which is a reference to the movie "Kill Bill: Vol 1", and even "The purple eye stabbers." from the Cyanide & Happiness comic strip) ♦ The cliche' (e.g., "Congress", "the Parliament") ♦ The completely irrelevant anagramatic (e.g., "The House Is Extremely Fun (T.H.I.E.F)", "S.T.E.AL strategic transfer of equipment to alternative locations", and "TLM - Thief Lives Matter") ♦ The obviously unusable-in-all-but-the-most-inane-campaigns (e.g., "the adjective nouns", "the adverb nouns", "The Coughing hurts", "3 easy steps", and "Group two." (yes, including the period).

I would consider the vast majority of this product to be useless and almost painful to look at, but there are some real gems here for those desperate enough to search through this badly constructed list.

One star for the effort of collecting all of these from wherever they actually came from, plus one star for having the guts to spew them out in this format and present them all here.



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33 Cursed and Enchanted Items
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
by Robert M. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 04/21/2017 21:18:15

5 non-Dungeon Master's Guide "items" and 26 DMG items— with one letter of the name removed in a cliche attempt at making different items —for a total of 31— not 32 —items.

The "Leeching Dagger" is arguably not actually cursed and probably my favorite entry in the document.

The "Ring of Water Waking" is incomplete, stating: "Once a day, if the wearer of this ring comes in contact with water, that water becomes a." and leaves it to the reader to infer that the intended sentence would finish with "[... becomes a] water elemental."

The work is briefly and slightly amusing. This will be of minimal use to any DMs looking for inane magical items and to outfit characters with over-the-top, comedic personalitieis.



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20 Ciphers For Your Campaigns
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
by Robert M. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 04/21/2017 20:15:58

This is a compilation of freely available "ciphers" from around the internet and from popular games, such as The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim (i.e., "Dragon" cipher).

I sincerely doubt this "author" (and I use that term very lightly) has anyone's permission to sell work this "author" didn't create.



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