Copyright Kjell Roll Elgsaas ©2002
Edited by Peter Mork for The Guild Companion
(at the bottom) is a summary of containers that are worn or carried:
backpacks, pouches, sacks, etc.
is the container's own weight
is the max load the container can hold
is the current load in the container
+ load" is self-explanatory.
is for highly detailed games, where the GM demands some kind of priority
of how accessible each container is, e.g. a pouch for herbs.
"Content" is for a short description, e.g., herbs, money, food.
- GMC =
GM Code. As GM, I assign a GMC to interesting items that the players find
but can't (or don't, or won't) fully investigate on the spot. I keep a
book with these numbers and the full description of the items. When the
time comes for the PCs to finally attempt that attunement roll or they
find a sage in the next town, I check my book to see what that item is.
The GM must remember to throw in a fair number of "red herring"
GMCs to keep the game interesting.
Perhaps not needed for all players, but if you are a fan of
detail, this is essential.
An original sheet used by the PCs to keep track of group
order & formation" should contain a rough sketch.
routine" is a schedule of who keeps watch when and for how long.
For specialization/generalization of skills, see School
of Hard Knocks: the Skill Companion (SoHK).
Original sheet, but pretty self-explanatory.
- SCM =
Spell Casting Modifier. (Yes, I know
that in the books, SCSM means Spell Casting Static Maneuver. Sorry for any confusion.)
the box behind the type of helmet, if any, the PC wears.
sheet assumes the use of the "pool" rule for EPs (SoHK p.
14). Normal loss of EP should be
recorded with "half" crosses, i.e. an [/]. Pool loss should be recorded with
"full" crosses, i.e. an [X].
- 5 EP
spent = 1 pool loss: The standard rule from SoHK.
- 4 h
walk = 5 pool loss: My own estimate based on the above.
- 1 h
awake = 1 pool loss: My own house rule.
PPs: The standard rule is that all PPs are regained after a full sleep
cycle. I use finer details for this, i.e., 50% PPs regained after 50%
sleep cycle, as shown.
EPs: The "pool" rule from SoHK states that pool loss is
regained after sleep. I have applied this rule to the EP recovery. The
only EPs recovered while active or resting are therefore only the half
crossed boxes. Full crossed boxes are not recovered until sleep.
A table to keep track of all specific injuries, including bleeding,
bleeding wounds: Rules on stitching/cauterizing can be found in SoHK,