I love the classic Fighting Fantasy RPGs and I love weird fantasy stuff even more. So Troika! is a game after my heart.
And since I’m playing in a Troika game starting next week, I did what I often do when sitting down to play a game… I drew up a new character sheet.
This is the first draft. I’m sure it will go in for a few rounds of editing during the next few weeks of play, and I’ll add a bunch of greebles to it as things settle in.
It is designed to be printed recto-verso, and then cut in half, giving you two half-page sheets.
Yochai Gal said:
Amazing. Any chance you’d release the final product as PDF?
Dyson Logos said:
PDF or jpg or PNG, not much difference really when dealing with a single-page image file.
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Advanced Fighting Fantasy rules the day!
Wayne D Peacock said:
Was there another draft of this sheet? Looks great, but not sure what the 2nd page elements are for…
Dyson Logos said:
This is as far as I got with it so far.
Like my favourite character sheet designs, the second page is meant to be whatever you need it to be. Backstory. Spell Descriptions. Family Tree. Overly wordy description of your shotgun. etc.
Noah Dean Dirkse said:
Hey there! I have some questions about Troika! because I am new to the game. The character sheet can be a bit confusing and somewhat vague on how to fill it out. For example, how would I even go about marking rations? And what if I have more rations than there are ration slots on the sheet? Should I write everything in pencil? What if my character has more skills than there are lines for them? Etc. I just want some clarity I guess. I’m pretty new to tabletop RPG’s but have always loved them. I hope you can answer my question.
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