Thank you for your suggestion. More people have mentioned they would like a dedicated 'loot' page. It is something that I have on my list of 'major features' that I still want to make. My idea is that I'll put it to a vote on my Patreon for what would be the next major addition to the sheet. There is some tough competition with automation support for magic items, a summary sheet for the DM, selection dialogue for skills, and more...MPMB,
VERY cool to see both the latest UA material being added and seeing this sheet backfilled with older UA goodness. Something occurred to me during my game session last night and I'm wondering whether or not it would make for a worthwhile addition to the sheet. I'm playing a Barbarian who just took Aspect Of The Bear, and as such I'm not just the "muscle" of the party, I'm basically the pack mule(although we just found a cart and our Artificer just finished his mechanical Giant Boar, so who knows). As such, I've been paying closer attention to the "party loot" pile. We play on Roll20, and the DM created an extra character sheet called "Group Loot" were we could add all the party's coin & items to the Inventory section. It tracks the weight of everything nicely, like your sheet does, but the Roll20 sheet also adds up the total value of the coinage, so we can see the total value of our coin expressed in gp units. I know on your sheet there's an extra section to list inventory, but how viable would it be to have a separate inventory section that also allowed the listing of coin? I suppose it wouldn't take too much finagling to use that 2nd Inventory section, but would it be a waste of resources to perhaps have one of the "Extra" pages selectable in the Layout menu be a dedicated Party Inventory page, which could be printed separately and thus more easily passed among the players? And possibly include an option to specify whether the weight gets applied to the player's load, or handled via some other method like a cart or a Bag Of Holding? And separate from that, how feasible would it be to have a box by the main inventory(and theoretically on a Party Loot page) that normalizes the value of all the listed coinage, perhaps chipping a way a small part of the space set aside for listing gems. Yes, the conversion math isn't very difficult, but when your trove contains several thousand copper, a few thousand silver, a decent amount of gold AND some platinum, having a box that tells you what it's all worth combined is awfully convenient.
Feel free to tell me I'm being ridiculous, but these things just came to me during my game last night, figured I'd mention them just in case. Thanks for all your continued hard work maintaining and enhancing this sheet, it makes rolling and leveling characters SO much easier!
I personally don't like a normalized box for 'total value' of coins. I tried that before, way back before I had even put the sheet online, but people were quickly dismayed by the fact that it only counted coins and not the value of other treasure like gems. Making something like that would definitely be feasible for the separate loot page, where there would be enough room to have a separate section for 'treasure' that has a special 'value' column. I just don't think I would want to put it in the second page's equipment section (again).