Warning: this post contains math.
At the beginning of my campaign, the PCs get an opportunity to go shopping for equipment and supplies they will need for their first adventure. I’ve been populating the starting city of Saragnor with interesting shops, and I was having difficulty pricing a lot of the unique items. Somehow, my frustration grew and morphed into this big chart full of terrifying numbers. Check it out.
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I’m gearing up to DM (first time) with a group of friends so I’m reading over the rules again and looking for cheat sheets. I ordered a DM screen, and I think maybe I’ll tape them to the inside of it.
The conditions were one thing I wanted to have on hand. 5E’s conditions are a little bit messy, and there’s a lot of different kinds of information involved, so it’s not an easy thing to design a single chart to help a DM quickly find the relevant bits. I ended up making my own, but this guy did a great job, (Thanks R. Donoghue!) I just completely ripped off his chart’s organization. Also, his blog pointed me at game-icons.net, which is just amazing.
I also found this interactive quick-reference guide. It’s fantastic, but I don’t really want to have a laptop open on the table while I’m DMing. It covers a lot more than just conditions, and I might adapt some of it for myself later.
my charts under the jump. Here’s a link to the google doc
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