CALL OF CTHULHU CHARACTER SHEET EDITABLE PDF

Chararacter sheets for Call of Cthulhu 7th Edition. We also have character sheet packs for Gaslight and Dreamlands. Designed for 7th Edition Call of Cthulhu. Get the rulebook here. These PDF files are digitally watermarked to signify that you are the owner.

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The versions of the Pulp Cthulhu character sheets that are available on the Chaosium site have a different design and lack the classic layout for Hit Points, Sanity, Luck and Magic Points.

I prefer the classic layout, where you can mark your current value, instead of having to erase the value every time. I feel that the versions available on the site at the moment are more for when you want to manage your character digitally.

The biggest problem is that there is a grey profile picture in the area where you are supposed to draw your character. Making that area pretty useless. Also the resolution of the sheet seem to be pretty low. This is probably since the whole character sheet is a picture in the PDF and not text. And I would then also like to see the sheet centered, and not as now, where one page is aligned to the right and the other side is aligned to the left.

Perhaps this could be released as a seperate PDF as well? As the guy who designed all the sheets you are speaking about I can safely say that fillable versions of all the different sheet versions you mention certainly exist and are with Chaosium. Which of them have been released via their website and are currently downloadable , I can't really say. I'm sure that, in the fullness of time, Chaosium will get everything up on their site Each will give you a ZIP file containing both the full autocalc and simplifiied autocalc versions of the colour sheet.

It's important to extract the PDFs from the ZIP file somewhere on your hard disk and then open them with Adobe Reader -- opening the full autocalc sheet in a cut-down PDF reader such as browser plugins that show you PDFs inside your web browser or email reader window can cause errors; opening the same files with the full version of Adobe Reader works fine.

Of course, once official links from Chaosium become available you should use those in preference to my "home made" links. And you are correct in pointing out the small error in the way that the character sheets are shown in the Pulp Cthulhu PDF -- in an ideal world the book layout should have used the high-res image-only version of the sheet which doesn't have the silhouette etc.

It seems as though the layout incorporates the fillable PDF instead -- which has all the interactive fields including the placeholder for the character portrait.

It's a small error, but like you said it makes it less useful for anyone who wants to print the sheet and sketch their own portrait. Thanks dce, but those are the versions that are already available from Chaosiums site. It is for the s era, but I would like the same for Pulp Cthulhu and the Modern era. It is that layout that is included in Pulp Cthulhu and the Keeper Rulebook.

As I mentioned in my original post, I prefer that layout as it is easier when you use the sheet in print. No need to erase and replace the value every time, like in the fillable versions. And just like the sheet I linked to above, the versions I'm looking for doesn't have to be fillable or anything. Well, it's easy enough to give you what you want -- but I also think that there's some confusion here as well see below.

As for the confusion: well, you mention a couple of times you don't like having to rub out the values for Sanity, Luck, etc and replace them instead preferring to circle the current value. If you go back and look at the ZIP files linked above, you'll see that they include both the simplified and non-simplified PDFs. You could easily remove that by clicking on it and telling Adobe Reader to load a blank JPG into the portrait box, e.

Anyway, if you grab the PDFs linked at the top of this post you should have pretty much what you're after I hope :. So these new Non-Fillable versions are great. On the first page there is a decoration on the right edge of the page, and on the second page of the sheet there is a decoration on the left edge of the page.

These "decorations" seem to be other "pages" under the sheet. I would just like it to be the nice papertexture as the background for the sheet, just as in the Pulp Cthulhu PDF. However looking in the Pulp Cthulhu PDF again, it just seems like the "decorations" have been cut off there. But there is still the problems of the Portrait picture, the resolution quality and the sheet not being centered.

Hi Elder, it's probably too hard to make a version which has the paper texture but not the ornaments at the side since they're all part of one background texture image. I wondering though, do you have the latest versions of the sheets for the s era, the ones that are included in the back of the Keeper Rulebook?

So if you got a Non Fillable version of the s era sheet that is on pages of the Keeper Rulebook that would be great. And if you have them done, the Simplified and Autocalc versions would be nice too. All the things you ask about do certainly exist and would be in Chaosium's coffers somewhere. I hope that these are useful to you.

These are really great, just what I wanted. Thank you very much for all your help. Thank You for these Dean, for those printing at home with our own Unicorn Tears ink, it's great to have such a clean version :D.

I just got into Call of Cthulhu at GenCon this year, and a week later found out that Pulp Cthulhu is what my players and I are after, but we prefer playing in the Modern Era. Is there any way I could respectfully request such a fillable sheet, please?

Pulp Cthulhu rules could easily be reskinned as Action Flick rules, then you pretty much have the same thing in a modern setting. In my opinion, official Character Sheets that come with games are, generally, a waste of time. They have too much white space, too many fussy graphics and don't group things in sensible ways.

It is much better to do something in Excel, or your Spreadsheet software of choice, but Excel is clearly best for this. That way, you can highlight what counts for more in your game, move things about and get a clearer and better character sheet. You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

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Edited August 24, by Elder Thing. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Posted August 24, Hey Elder, As the guy who designed all the sheets you are speaking about I hope these PDFs will give you what you need for now.

Hey Elder Thing, Well, it's easy enough to give you what you want -- but I also think that there's some confusion here as well see below. Thanks again Dean. Posted August 25, Posted August 29, Thank you Dean! Hey Elder, All the things you ask about do certainly exist and would be in Chaosium's coffers somewhere.

Posted August 1, Posted August 18, I realize that this is an old thread, but does a Pulp Modern sheet exist at all?

Thank you for your time and all of your hard work! Posted August 18, edited. You could easily make a character sheet in Excel and import a 'contemporary' feel to it. I have a sheet that I used, so I'll send you that to see if it is of any use Edited August 19, by Mankcam. You could easily make a character sheet in Excel and import a 'contemporry' feel to it.

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It also had a few autocalculation functions Looking online, it seems that I need Adobe Acrobat Professional in order to add these functions to a PDF file. So my question is Can anyone help? If you have A. I don't know how involved the process is. A simple fillable version would be enormously helpful for my needs. If you can add the autocalc that the original doc had It calculated Movement Rate, Maximum HP, Maximum Sanity, Damage Bonus and Build, as well as the Hard and Extreme percentage values when a skill's base value is entered that would be a super fantastic bonus.

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The versions of the Pulp Cthulhu character sheets that are available on the Chaosium site have a different design and lack the classic layout for Hit Points, Sanity, Luck and Magic Points. I prefer the classic layout, where you can mark your current value, instead of having to erase the value every time. I feel that the versions available on the site at the moment are more for when you want to manage your character digitally. The biggest problem is that there is a grey profile picture in the area where you are supposed to draw your character. Making that area pretty useless. Also the resolution of the sheet seem to be pretty low.

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