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Re: Resources for Creating Adventures

Mon 23 Aug 2021, 01:03

Update:
Middle Earth World Map now available in grid/grid less pngs plus PDF. Resize to heart’s desire.
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/ ... qHg4dIAcrI
 
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Re: Resources for Creating Adventures

Mon 23 Aug 2021, 04:08

Update:
Middle Earth World Map now available in grid/grid less pngs plus PDF. Resize to heart’s desire.
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/ ... qHg4dIAcrI
Nice! It's a shame though that it doesn't depict borders. And there's a few things that could easily be added such as the Halls of the Dwarves and Mines of the Dwarves in the Blue Mountains and Dorwinion.
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Re: Resources for Creating Adventures

Tue 24 Aug 2021, 10:27

Hello,

I've discovered your character sheet for the One Ring v2.

Great job !

Do you have any file you can share, because I want to make a french version of your sheet ?

Best regards,

Charles
 
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Re: Resources for Creating Adventures

Sun 05 Sep 2021, 05:57

Thank you so much for these!
 
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Re: Resources for Creating Adventures

Tue 07 Sep 2021, 03:04

Nice! Thanks! I have some stuff I've been working on too, I'll post once I am done.
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Re: Resources for Creating Adventures

Wed 08 Sep 2021, 04:09

Ok, so here we go. I made character sheets in a hybrid style of 2e and first edition novel art style. The base sheets were too much red for me, instead of being a highlight it all ran together and was hard to read at a glance. Hopefully someone will enjoy. These are all RAW, btw, not my versions that reference my house rules.

Dwarf style: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ka7_dJ ... sp=sharing
Elf style: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1j8hs2Q ... sp=sharing
Hobbit style: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1IJtjNz ... sp=sharing
Man style: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ncqePp ... sp=sharing

And this is a battlemat, to make battle run a little smoother and give players used to minis something to focus on.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1CbHiwD ... sp=sharing

And finally, a 4 page cheat sheet designed with both players and GMs in mind.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Tjo83X ... sp=sharing
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Re: Resources for Creating Adventures

Wed 08 Sep 2021, 07:21

@eternalsage I love the sheets. But, that being said, I don't understand where do you get enthusiasm for making such things when we have jet to gain access to the released version of rules. All that work may render useless once they drop the final PDFs.
 
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Re: Resources for Creating Adventures

Wed 08 Sep 2021, 18:59

Lol. It's just what I like to do. I make custom sheets for every game I've ever ran or played in. It helps me learn the rules. Same with the cheat sheets. They are partially a tool for my players to reference instead of grabbing books, but they also reinforce the concepts in my brain.

It's a day's work that is also a day's fun ;D

EDIT: Also, the heading font is Aniron, which is, and the body is ITC New Baskerville, for which a close match OPTIBaskerVille (EDIT3 I can't confirm the license on this one, but I found Libre Baskerville to use instead) or Spectral, both of which are free for non-commercial use. The old 1e font for the dice symbols is called aaatord, but its not exactly right, as they changed up both the Eye and the Rune symbols on the new versions. It still works though. Also, my favorite fonts for Dwarven runes is Angerthas Moria, and my favorite for Tengwar is Tengwar Annatar. Still trying to sort out the sans-serif fonts used in the tables and sidebars.

EDIT 2: The sans serif font is Niveau Grotesk, and there is basically nothing free that really matches. The closest I could really find was Jost, which manages to match the unique combination of straight t and round full letter G and older style a, but the M is not right.

Final Edit: I wrapped all the fonts up in a nice package of the free fonts for anyone who is interested. These are all the original zips and include licenses, etc.
https://drive.google.com/file/d/15_mbZ1 ... sp=sharing

Feel free to add any of my resources to the first post, btw.
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Re: Resources for Creating Adventures

Thu 09 Sep 2021, 18:11

I hate to pick at your excellent work, but since you're using them to try and learn the system, I thought I might mention that Edge is no longer used and should be dropped from the character sheet.
 
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Re: Resources for Creating Adventures

Thu 09 Sep 2021, 19:17

The Keen Reward changes it (it doesn't use the term but it also doesn't provide a term to replace it, it just says that it triggers a Piercing Blow on 9) and it's on the official sheets, so I left it until official word on what it's called now is addressed.

Also, no hurt feelings at all. I really appreciate honest criticism, even if it's all negative, so long as its constructive (I feel like x would be clearer than y, or that color is hard to read, etc). So thank you for pointing that out. I really do appreciate it!
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