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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