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Castles & Crusades Old Skool Player Character Records

Castles & Crusades Old Skool Player Character Records 1

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After threatening to make one like forever, I finally got around to making a C&C character sheet - the first of what I hope will be several - probably because actually playing some C&C looms on the horizon. I had started making an "old skool" sheet months ago but it wasn't until I recreated the old AD&D2 "goldenrod" character sheets that I got the impetus (and a kind of template) to finish it. By turning on or off layers, you can change from a multi-class friendly layout to one for knights, wizards, rogues, or what have you. You can also get the actual C&C logo, or move the check boxes for primary attributes.

I have a couple of others in mind which would probably be a little easier to work with, but nothing says "old skool" like those old sheets. I eased up on the clutter a little, and spaced a fewthings out a little better, but these sheets should retain the basic organization (and cramped charm!) of that first game we all played back in 1979.


This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License. Character sheet created by Mad Irishman Productions.


After threatening to make one like forever, I finally got around to making a C&C character sheet - the first of what I hope will be several - probably because actually playing some C&C looms on the horizon. I had started making an "old skool" sheet months ago but it wasn't until I recreated the old AD&D2 "goldenrod" character sheets that I got the impetus (and a kind of template) to finish it. By turning on or off layers, you can change from a multi-class friendly layout to one for knights, wizards, rogues, or what have you. You can also get the actual C&C logo, or move the check boxes for primary attributes.

I have a couple of others in mind which would probably be a little easier to work with, but nothing says "old skool" like those old sheets. I eased up on the clutter a little, and spaced a fewthings out a little better, but these sheets should retain the basic organization (and cramped charm!) of that first game we all played back in 1979.


This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License. Character sheet created by Mad Irishman Productions.


After threatening to make one like forever, I finally got around to making a C&C character sheet - the first of what I hope will be several - probably because actually playing some C&C looms on the horizon. I had started making an "old skool" sheet months ago but it wasn't until I recreated the old AD&D2 "goldenrod" character sheets that I got the impetus (and a kind of template) to finish it. By turning on or off layers, you can change from a multi-class friendly layout to one for knights, wizards, rogues, or what have you. You can also get the actual C&C logo, or move the check boxes for primary attributes.

I have a couple of others in mind which would probably be a little easier to work with, but nothing says "old skool" like those old sheets. I eased up on the clutter a little, and spaced a fewthings out a little better, but these sheets should retain the basic organization (and cramped charm!) of that first game we all played back in 1979.


This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License. Character sheet created by Mad Irishman Productions.


After threatening to make one like forever, I finally got around to making a C&C character sheet - the first of what I hope will be several - probably because actually playing some C&C looms on the horizon. I had started making an "old skool" sheet months ago but it wasn't until I recreated the old AD&D2 "goldenrod" character sheets that I got the impetus (and a kind of template) to finish it. By turning on or off layers, you can change from a multi-class friendly layout to one for knights, wizards, rogues, or what have you. You can also get the actual C&C logo, or move the check boxes for primary attributes.

I have a couple of others in mind which would probably be a little easier to work with, but nothing says "old skool" like those old sheets. I eased up on the clutter a little, and spaced a fewthings out a little better, but these sheets should retain the basic organization (and cramped charm!) of that first game we all played back in 1979.


This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License. Character sheet created by Mad Irishman Productions.


After threatening to make one like forever, I finally got around to making a C&C character sheet - the first of what I hope will be several - probably because actually playing some C&C looms on the horizon. I had started making an "old skool" sheet months ago but it wasn't until I recreated the old AD&D2 "goldenrod" character sheets that I got the impetus (and a kind of template) to finish it. By turning on or off layers, you can change from a multi-class friendly layout to one for knights, wizards, rogues, or what have you. You can also get the actual C&C logo, or move the check boxes for primary attributes.

I have a couple of others in mind which would probably be a little easier to work with, but nothing says "old skool" like those old sheets. I eased up on the clutter a little, and spaced a fewthings out a little better, but these sheets should retain the basic organization (and cramped charm!) of that first game we all played back in 1979.


This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License. Character sheet created by Mad Irishman Productions.


After threatening to make one like forever, I finally got around to making a C&C character sheet - the first of what I hope will be several - probably because actually playing some C&C looms on the horizon. I had started making an "old skool" sheet months ago but it wasn't until I recreated the old AD&D2 "goldenrod" character sheets that I got the impetus (and a kind of template) to finish it. By turning on or off layers, you can change from a multi-class friendly layout to one for knights, wizards, rogues, or what have you. You can also get the actual C&C logo, or move the check boxes for primary attributes.

I have a couple of others in mind which would probably be a little easier to work with, but nothing says "old skool" like those old sheets. I eased up on the clutter a little, and spaced a fewthings out a little better, but these sheets should retain the basic organization (and cramped charm!) of that first game we all played back in 1979.


This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License. Character sheet created by Mad Irishman Productions.
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