Roleplaying games are all about your character. Whatever your game, you spend a lot of time looking at your character sheet so it's worth having a good one.
We here present our surprisingly complete set of character sheets for D&D 3.5 and Pathfinder roleplaying game. Not only are they completely free, they're open source so you can modify them if you wish. Just click “Build my character” to get started.
More than 70 pages of character sheets, with all the classes from the official Pathfinder rulebooks, along with familiars, party funds, character backgrounds, NPCs and map templates.
Everything you need for a Pathfinder game.
More than 100 pages of character sheets, with dozens of base classes from 16 books, including psionics, Tome of Battle and Dragon Compendium, along with animal companions, wild shapes, psicrystals and spell books.
Everything you need for a 3.5 game.
When you play a roleplaying game with friends, you each play a character. The character sheet is where you keep track of what your character knows, what they're capable of, what they're carrying and what state they're in.
The standard character sheets try to cover all different classes with the same design, meaning a lot of space is wasted while important details are overlooked.
These sheets are different for every character. On top of the core pages each class has a page of its own, as well as extra support pages for inventory, spells, animal companions etc. The result is a comprehensive set of sheets tailored to your character.
No, these are made to be printed and written on in pencil.
Just click the Download buttons above to get the zipped file. Choose and print out the pages you need.
If 100 pages is more than you feel like wading through, try the character sheet composer:
Depending on your printer, you may find the sheets too light or too dark. You can use the character sheet composer to select a darker or lighter colour. You can even choose colours for your character.
Nothing. These sheets are free!
You'll still need the rulebooks to play the game. These character sheets don't replace them at all, they just make it easier to keep track of some details.
Both Paizo Publishing and Wizards of the Coast have created great stuff, and we wholeheartedly encourage you to go out and buy it.
If you want to make changes, you can! These sheets are open source, so anyone can change them. You can find everything in the source repository.
You can download the original files from the public repository, change them to suit your needs, and if your changes are worthwhile you can contribute those changes back to the project. You can do what you want with them, as long as you don't steal my work or charge money for it. They're free!
Several of the pages of these sheets have been submitted by members of the community, and all of them are much improved by people's feedback. Your involvement can help to make them better.
Not everyone like their character sheet to span several pages and track every detail. Not everyone likes their game to be heavy on the rules.
If you really don't like them, that's fine. There are alternatives out there.
All trademarks remain the property of their respective rightsholders. “Dungeons & Dragons” is a trademark of Wizards of the Coast LLC. “Pathfinder” is a trademark of Paizo Publishing, LLC.
I thank the owlbear of D&D Doodle for all the illustrations, and everyone who has helped out with feedback, fixes, improvements and contributions.
These sheets are released under the Artistic License.