Thursday, 19 April 2018

Crawl-thulhu Form-fillable Character Sheet

Created by Todd McGowan, with art by Todd McGowan, this item is published by Discerning Dhole Productions.

This is a form-fillable character sheet for Crawl-thulhu.

It has been made available at no cost.

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Night Soil #0

Night Soil #0 was written by bygrinstow and illustrated by Claytonian, realitybreak, and bygrinstow. The publisher is Inner Ham.

Night Soil #0 is the first of what are intended to be eleven issues of a zine inspired by artwork in the 4th printing of the Dungeon Crawl Classics core rulebook. It contains monsters, magic items, spells, and more. Each listing tells you exactly what page to look at for the inspirational artwork.

When I created Pesh Joomang for the Angels, Daemons, and Beings Between Indiegogo campaign, I did something somewhat akin to this. All of the monsters in the first level patron spell, creatures of the visual hieroglyphics, come from DCC illustrations on the pages equal to the spell range. Likewise, the Artefacts of Pesh Joomang were based on items Goodman Games had produced. This patron was printed in the Extended, Otherworldly Edition of that tome.

The only overlap I noticed is that I used an illustration for the  immortal death worm, and bygrinstow was inspired by the same illustration to create the spell shadow blend.

Within this modest-sized zine, you will find three complete spells, at least seven creatures, eleven magic items, and nine other entries that defy easy classification. If is a fountain of creativity. Often, when discussing zines, I have given a list of contents and described each item separately, but that would be a disservice to both writer and reader in this case.

Night Soil is warm and malleable.

It’s made from assorted, random things which have been consumed, digested, and may or may not resemble what they started off as...

Night Soil contains a bunch of grab-and-use elements for your campaigns and one-shot games -- all inspired by the ART in the 4th Printing of your favorite RPG.

Inside you’ll find new magical items, new spells, new threats, and new ideas to push your games into new directions and give your players something to mess with.

Warm up your dice, and maybe set some extra character sheets within arm’s reach...

This is Night Soil.

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Monday, 16 April 2018

Porsaiko's DCC RPG Sheet 1: 0-Level

Porsaiko's DCC RPG Sheet 1: 0-Level are created, illustrated, and published by Bruno Prosaiko.

This item is "A chaotic character sheet for DCC RPG 0-Level characters". Purchase includes options for two or four character sheets per page, in black and white or color formats.

Files are not form-fillable.

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Cyber Sprawl Classics #1

Cyber Sprawl Classics #1 was written by Brent Ault. Art is by Korotitskiy Igor (cover), Mike Jackson, [ tfxr ] 3.0, Simon Cardew, and Victor Marguerite. The publisher is not listed.

Cyber Sprawl Classics is "Corruption & Creds Won by Console & Chrome": a cyberpunk version of Dungeon Crawl Classics that harkens back to the late 80s to the mid 90s. As the other puts it:

"There is a certain aesthetic that comes to mind when I think about cyberpunk. It is not a place of sleek design and Apple minimalism, but flickering LCDs and spraypaint. It has no glitz. No glamour. It is dystopian wreckage to it’s core, riddled with addicts high on second-life wetware, hackers plugging data-cables in their body’s cyberware, Runners disemboweling corporate security on rooftops and in between them all: a high-tech, low-life world colored in overcast grays and neon lights."

Access to The Umerican Survival Guide and Mutant Crawl Classics are specifically called out by the author as being useful. I would suggest that Nowhere City Nights may also supply worthwhile inspiration, especially if you wish "to run the fantasy-cyberpunk mashup of Shadowrun".

Let's look inside.

Introduction: Already quoted from liberally above, the Introduction is standard fare, explaining where the author is coming from and what he's trying to achieve.

Notable is this paragraph:

"Lastly, credit where credit is due: All of this art was found and reappropriated (stolen) from browsing the internet; Many from the old Shadowrun modules of the early 90’s. I’ve done my best to include artist credit. Mechanically, the Street Samurai and Infiltrator are the DCC Warrior and Thief, nearly verbatim, while the Medic is a reworked version of the Healer from Mutant Crawl Classics. The Firearms tables were largely from Crawl! Issue #8 and the Umerican Survival Guide."

What’s New: Training & Armor: Characters in Cyber Sprawl Classics learn to use weapons randomly, rather than by class. The exception is the Street Samurai, who is trained in all weaponry.

Armor is based on general type (Light, Medium, Heavy, or Shield) rather than specific types.

0-Level Occupations: This is a 1d30 table that provides only human characters, in keeping with the general theme of the cyberpunk genre. Your character could be a Musician (Punk), a Scientist, or a Programmer. This table is useful for any sort of "modern characters enter the fantasy world" version of Dungeon Crawl Classics, in addition to its obvious use here.

Luck Augur: Birth Augurs in Cyber Sprawl Classics do not have clever titles. No one is born under the sign of Crossed Computers.

Etiquette: This is knowing how to fit into certain types of society, including understanding the slang and expectations of a group. The types are: Academic, Corporate, Gang, Security, Runner, Socialite, and Street. Street is used by Information Brokers, the Homeless, and Bartenders, as opposed to Gang, which is used by Gang Members.

Classes: Provided herein are the Street Samurai, Medic, Console Cowboy, Infiltrator, Rigger, and Face. A character sheet is available here.

Basic Equipment: Exactly what it sounds like.

Appendix C:\ : An appendix of books, comics, films, videogames, and RPGs for inspirational reading, viewing, and playing.

You're no hero.

You're a Runner: a rigger, an infiltator, a street samurai, a cool-headed hacker executing programs in the metaverse. You seek corruption and creds, winning it with console and chrome, bathed in the blood and filth of the oppresive, the megacorps, the police, and the artificial. There are payloads to be won deep in the Sprawl, and you shall have them.

Return to the glory days of cyberpunk with Cyber Sprawl Classics. Adventure as 1984 intended you to.

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Crawl! fanzine #10 - Character Record Sheets

Crawl! fanzine #10 - Character Record Sheets were created by Richard Smith, and list both Richard Smith and Dak Ultimak as authors. Art is by Richard Smith. The publisher is Straycouches Press.

These are the Official Character Record Sheets for the character classes found in Crawl Fanzine #10, and are included free with the purchase thereof.

Includes record sheets for:

  • Dwarven Priest
  • Elven Rogue
  • Halfling Burglar
  • Halfling Champion


Sheets come in a single pdf file that is not form-fillable.

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Crawl! fanzine #6 - Character Record Sheets

Crawl! fanzine #6 - Character Record Sheets were created by Richard Smith, and list both Richard Smith and Dak Ultimak as authors. Art is by Richard Smith. The publisher is Straycouches Press.

These are the Official Character Record Sheets for the character classes found in Crawl Fanzine #6, and are included free with the purchase thereof.

Includes record sheets for:

  • Bard
  • Gnome
  • Paladin
  • Ranger 


Sheets come in a single pdf file that is not form-fillable.

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AutoFill Dungeon Crawl Classics Character Sheets

Auto-Fill Dungeon Crawl Classics Character Sheets were created by Jason Edwards and published by Horseshark Games.

These are form-fill pdfs with sheets for the Cleric, Dwarf, Elf, Halfling, Thief, Warrior, and Wizard.

The sheets are designed to be easy to use, including:

Auto-Fill Fields: Class Title, Class, Ability Score Modifiers, Speed, Initiative, Armor Class, Action Dice, Attack, Crit Die, Crit Table, Saves, Melee Attack, Missile Attack, Lucky Sign. Crit Threat Range for Warrior. Luck Die & Skills for Thief, Sneak for Halflings.


Multiple Field Synergy: Lucky Sign, Saves, Thief Skills, Ability Modifiers with most auto fill fields.

Drop-downs: Level, Ability Scores, Alignment. Spell Level on the Elf and Wizard, Armor Type, Armor Check Penalty, Armor Speed Check Penalty.

Character Portrait: Upload image file functionality

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