D&D 3E/3.5 Wizards of the Coast releases Deluxe Character Sheets (3.5) for free on DriveThruRPG (Update: this title is no longer free!)


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WotC has released another free-for-download PDF on DriveThruRPG, specifically the Deluxe Character Sheets (affiliate link) for D&D 3.5. From the sales blurb:

Inside the pockets of this protective folder, you’ll find a full set of D&D character record sheets -- and more.

Formatted in a new folio-style layout, each record has plenty of room to keep track of everything that makes each of your characters unique, including extra space for adding new class features and abilities for your multiclass characters.

  • 11 four-page character record sheets, one for each of the character classes in the Player’s Handbook.
  • A four-page generic D&D character record sheet.
  • Quick-reference spell lists for all spellcasting classes in the Player’s Handbook and spellcasting prestige classes in the Dungeon Master’s Guide.
  • A bonus, four-page d20 Modern character record sheet.

Every character record sheet and spell list is designed to be easy to photocopy, so you’ll always have a fresh sheet on hand when you need one.

This marks the latest in a spate of free PDFs of old products that WotC has released recently. Previous ones include the Dungeons & Dragons Adventure Game (AD&D 2E quickstart), the World of Krynn and The Eastern Countries trail maps, Three Dragon Ante and Rob Kuntz's To the City of Brass, and Wrath of the Immortals and The Book of Regency. They also recently released Midnight on Dagger Alley for $9.99.
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UPDATE: The price for this has just jumped up to $12.99! It's not the only product to experience a sudden price jump either, with the Dungeons & Dragons Adventure Game now costing $9.99 as well. So far no other free products have received a price increase, so grab them now if you haven't already!


Hobbit on Quest (he/him)
If the scan's good enough, I can see it not being free. But $12.99 seems a bit pricey for a product this old and a couple of editions ago. Why not price it lower to encourage people to do the right thing or snatch up on impulse?

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