Coolest Character Sheet
Here's the deal: my gaming heritage starts with some early AD&D, then takes a fork to RuneQuest/Call of Cthulhu/Stormbringer, and then spends two decades with the Hero System. You know what those games are all notable for? I'll give you a hint, it's not having characters you can fit on an index card. For most of my gaming career, information overload was the name of the game. As a result, pretty character sheets don't really light my jets. Give me all the information I need, in a format where I can access it when I need it, and I'm happy.
Hmm...by that criteria, I guess Hero Lab's "In Play" feature would qualify. But let's not say that.
Note that I'm not against pretty character sheets out of hand, just that I'm more of a fan of utility. And now that I'm thinking of it, there is one that I find appeals to both my sense of design and efficiency. It's the basic sheet for first edition Legend of the Five Rings. I like it. Let's say that one.
|My opinion might be different had I ever played the game.|