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Choosing a Character Sheet Starting a New Game When starting a new game, you have the option to choose the Character Sheet you want to use from the handy drop-down available on the New Game creation screen. The Character sheet template can be changed after game creation as well.
This page is accessed from the Settings dropdown on the Game Details page. Links to the Game Details pages of games that you belong to can be found on the My Games page.
In the Character Sheet Template section, select a template from the dropdown. Finally, you need to click the Save Changes button found at the bottom of the screen. If you are seeing weird results with rolls from the sheet, remove your attributes. You can also add a character by right-clicking an existing folder in the Journal tab and selecting Add Character from the Folder Options menu. Adding new Characters or Handouts using the right-click method places them directly into the right-clicked folder.
Character Sheet Basics Drag and drop sheet buttons to the macro quick bar. If there is a character sheet template enabled for your game, there will be a new tab on when you open up a Character in your Journal labeled "Character Sheet".
Clicking this tab will open the Character Sheet. The layout and look of your sheet, as well as what fields are available, will be determined by the template that the creator of the game has chosen. The most basic way to interact with a sheet is simply by filling in values. You can type in text boxes, choose from drop-down menus, use checkboxes and radio buttons, etc.
As you fill out the sheet, all of your changes are automatically saved. Some fields may have default values already included. You can modify these values as needed for your particular Character. Some fields are also auto-calculating. As you fill out other parts of the sheet, those fields will auto-update to reflect their new values.
You cannot modify those fields directly. Useful Tip: To the left of the Character name is a popout button. Click to pop your info window out into a new browser window. Visit the My Settings page to set popout windows to automatic. Repeating Sections In addition to fields, your sheet may feature repeating sections. These are sections for example, the "Skills" section in the example sheet shown to the right where you can put more than one item in a list.
Just click the "Add" button beneath the section to add a new entry. You can click the "Modify" button to delete existing entries. Sheet Rolls Your sheet may also feature roll buttons. These are pre-defined rolls included with the sheet which allow you to quickly make attacks, roll checks, etc. To acquire the contents of a sheet roll button: Click on the sheet roll button. Press the up arrow key on your keyboard. The contents of the sheet roll button will then populate the text chat input box.
To acquire the Ability call corresponding to that sheet roll button, drag the sheet button down to the Macro Quick Bar , click on what you just dragged down, and then complete steps 2 to 4. Drag and Drop Buttons You can drag and drop sheet buttons to the macro quick bar. Buttons may be dragged directly off of the character sheet and placed onto the Macro Quick Bar at the bottom of the screen, simply by clicking and dragging the button into place.
The buttons can be removed by dragging the button out of the quick bar into open space, the button will turn red and then vanish when the mouse is released. Please note, if you have the pop-out option enabled for the character sheets you must first disable it under your user settings cog icon before the drag and drop function will work.
You can then turn it back on after you arrange your macro buttons. To delete a button that was added to the macro bar simply drag the button off the bar. Initiative Rolls For a initiative roll made from a character sheet to end up on the Turn Tracker , the associated token must be first selected, otherwise the roll only appears in the Text Chat.
This means that every field on the sheet is "backed" by a corresponding Attribute on the Character. As you update the sheet, the attribute is updated, and vice versa. This also allows you to link the sheet to a token the same way you would link an Attribute to a token, via the "Represents" box on the Token Settings dialog. Interaction with Macros and Abilities You can reference sheet values in your Macros and Abilities by referencing the corresponding Attribute.
Note that at present you cannot reference auto-calculated values or sheet rolls from the character sheet using the auto-complete function discussed in Macros in custom macros on the abilities page or in the text chat. You can also create an ability that contains the macro or sheet roll s you wish to use, and then you can reference that ability with the auto-complete function.
To find the specific name of a given auto-calculated field, read the specific notes about the character sheet you are using. Some sheets have tooltips telling you the name of the attribute, but this is at the discretion of the sheet author. Interaction with the API Since all sheet fields are attributes, you can simply use the existing API methods for Attributes to read or update sheet values as needed. Note that if a sheet field has not been edited yet for a Character, that Character will not have an attribute for that field.
So be sure to check for "undefined" Attributes when fetching values. You can get the value of attributes via the following function call. If the attribute has not been edited, it returns the default value, if it is an auto-calc value, it returns the auto-cal formula, not the calculated value. See the Roll Templates wiki to learn more. Modifying a Community Sheet If you run a slightly modified version of a common game system such as Pathfinder with your own homebrew rules , you may want to modify the existing sheet.
To do so, you must be a Pro subscriber. Make sure that the "Custom" option is selected under the Character Sheet Template section. You will see an editor with 3 tabs. You can ignore any other files. Make your modifications. You can find more information about how to create new fields and other sheet tools on the Building Character Sheets page. NOTE: If you decide to use a custom version of a community sheet, you will not receive future updates for the community sheet.
Read More at Building Character Sheets Community Sheets There is a library of sheets contributed by the community that you can choose to use instead of creating your own from scratch.
Character Sheet Guides Here is a list of some of the Guides for popular or well-documented character sheet.
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Remember that abilities are essentially macros but are visible to and usable by everyone that can edit the character. Also, when you use attributes, remember that the computer just replaces the call command with the "value" it represents. For example, you could have an attribute that places something after the rest of the chain and fill this macro with the weapon you are currently using and the name of that weapon would appear where that attribute is. Returns a result of: Ziechael performs a Fortitude check: 14 v DC Using inline cleans up the result and hides the calculations which can still be seen when hovering your pointer over the result.
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