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Dungeons & Dragons Character Record Sheets: Roleplaying Game Character Sheets, 4th Edition Paperback – July 15, 2008


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Product Details

  • Series: D& D Accessory
  • Paperback
  • Publisher: Wizards of the Coast; 4th edition (July 15, 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0786948531
  • ISBN-13: 978-0786948536
  • Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 0.1 x 11.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 1.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #660,269 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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120 of 123 people found the following review helpful By ROBERT W. SAINT JOHN VINE VOICE on July 15, 2008
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"Page Count: 32"

Let's examine those "32" pages, shall we?

A Sleeve: Separate full color front and back cover, all about marketing. Blank on the inside. But I guess that's 4 pages, right?

A Folder: Full color front and back cover art. The front art is is the same as on the sleeve, without the text. The back is part of the decorative 4E D&D glyph/mark, and lots of blue. The insides of the folder? A blank space with 7 lines on one side, and the 4E XP table on the other. I guess that's another 4 pages.

The Sheets: 4 two-sided character sheets... 2 portrait style (same as on the WOTC site), and 2 landscape style. Yes, **FOUR** Character Sheets, total. 8 pages.

The Cards: 8 two-sided sheets, lightly perforated, each with 8 cards split between Magic Items, Utility, Daily, Encounter and At-Will Powers. Blank, so you will have to fill in your own details based on your character. So I guess that's arguably another 16 pages.

And there you have it: 4 + 4 + 8 + 16 = 32 pages. Yes, you have to count the disposable cover and its completely blank flipside to get to a 32 page count.

At this rate, I'm surprised they didn't count each of the individual cards as a two-sided page, and jacked the total page count up to 144 pages. Heck, I could get a sharpie and write on the shrinkwrap, and that's another 2 pages right there!

Seriously, 4 two-sided character sheets and 8 two-sided sheets of cards... that's 24 pages and that's being generous, but probably playing by ISBN rules. It's pushing it to throw in each side of the folder as "a page". But it's beyond the pale to count a disposable sleeve that tells me to "Get More at D&D Insider" as another 4 pages.

WOTC, if you were my girlfriend, I'd dump you.
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27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 18, 2008
Ok. I do like, to some extent, the new 4th edition rules. Be that as it may, this suppliment is almost worthless. Yes I do like the Power Cards that you can write various powers on. HOWEVER. If I recall, in the past, Character Record Sheets suppliments would have a pretty decent amount of stuff for you. The first edition CRS has character generation information, along with key definitions of parts on the sheets, along with lists of spells (which, I guess, the Power Cards replace, but still, the original lists were far more specific instead of blank cards you write on). The second edition CRS suppliment also has character generation information, a fairly good amount of sheets (from character sheets forward). The third edition, I could be wrong, had both general character sheets and class specific character sheets (again, I think that is what it held, hadn't used 3rd edition for a while sooo). What do you get here? The product costs roughly 10 dollars. I would consider 65% of what you get with this product is the cost is the artwork. 20% of what you get with the product is the name D&D. 15% of what you get with the product is the actual "character sheets and power cards." That is to say...Yes, you do, as I said before, get blank Power Cards. But. Horrifyingly. You only get a few character sheets. Count them, 4 character sheets. Weee. Do not buy this product. It is this: Worthless. Photocopy the character sheet in the Player's Handbook.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Fred Dailey on July 16, 2008
Pretty much what everybody else is saying. You get 4 character sheets and the power cards. Or you can download the character sheet from the WotC web site and pick up a pack of 100 index cards at your local discount store and write out the same information.

Oh the folder. You can carry you character to the game in it. I think it will really impress your friends, heck your DM might even give you and extra 5 XP because he feels sorry for you.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Joshua Nova on July 15, 2008
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Well... it IS in a folder, so... that's cool, right?

Here's what you get-

A folder with a picture on it, 8 pages with 8 cards each for referencing powers and magic items, 2 horizontal character sheets, and 2 regular sheets. That's it... seriously.

Let me give you some advice. Save your money. Copy the character sheet from the Player's Handbook and copy your powers. Doing that will be much cheaper and look cooler than carrying this piece of crap around.

2 stars because it comes in a folder. I'm being generous.
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34 of 41 people found the following review helpful By John Schultz on July 16, 2008
I have received these with a set of core books from ebay. Had I purchased these outright I would have been outraged! This is one of the sparsest offerings ever! barley enough sheets to start a game!

This is a perfect example of what happens to a company when it makes it big. In the day, WOTC touted themselves as a game company for the player and not the money, citing TSR as the uncontrolled in-passionate corporate entity as the downfall of all gaming as we know it. How the tables have turned! WOTC should be ashamed for offering this! Some folks will buy it simply because they don't know that it is available online at Wizards web site. I have taken the supplied PDF and created a tabloid format that folds in half to 8.5x11 with the inside blank for additional adventure info and they work great! Anybody can do this. you don't need these sheets!

Had they stuffed this with 50 playable sheets it would have been 5 star!

While they are still better than TSR ever was they should should not prey on the uninformed. It seems as if this was created as a cash cow and nothing more. Sad very, very sad!
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