Resources: Sheets/Forms

2D6 + 19 Hex Power Flower

A versatile game engine using 2D6 and a 19-Hex Flower (it’s like a random table, but with a memory). This approach is useful for all sorts of semi-random things, from wilderness navigation to weather, from random encounters to NPC reactions, and many more.

Apocalypse World - All Splats & Hacks

Maintained by Patrick Henry Downs, this page lists ALL of the AW Playbooks known to humankind. If you want to share a new playbook, identify a dead link, or find out anything about this page, put "AW page" in the subject heading and send it to nerdwerds AT gmail dot com

Apocalypse World Playbooks - Letter Template (InDesign files by John Harper)

Download the ZIP file for John Harper's original AW playbook templates in letter format.

Apocalypse World Playbooks - Trifold Template (WORD file by Tod Foley)

Hey You! Want to create your own original character classes for the apocalypse? Download the attached legal-sized "WORD" template for trifold Apocalypse World playbooks.

DayTrippers PC Sheet - Fillable PDF

Do you play DayTrippers online? Click here to grab a copy of this PC Sheet in fillable PDF format - now with autocalculation! (This PDF was created by Jef Wilkins, and we thank him very much for it!)

Fiasco Playsets

The Definitive Collection of Playsets for the Fiasco RPG. Over 400 playsets in 8 languages.

Other Borders PC Sheet - Fillable PDF

This free PDF allows you to keep track of all character abilities, skills, relationships and other important data for your Other Borders campaign.

Planet Hexmap Worksheet

For planet-mappers: Here's a layered icosahedron hexmap in PXD format (useable by Two hex layers are included: small hexes and large hexes. Just delete the layer you don't need.

Remember Tomorrow: PDF Forms

Are you a Remember Tomorrow player? You might want to grab a copy of the interactive character and faction sheets here.

Setting Brainstorming Sheet

This aid by Paulo Rivas López is meant to help the players and the Narrator to build the setting of the game together as well as getting to the same page in respect to some of each others expectations. It includes a new trick too: to handle Fronts (that stands for all kind of plot-relevant organizations such as a guild of thieves, a kingdom, a company, a ship, etc), you just roll 6d6 and list those numbers as the Front stats, or place the dice over the hexagons in any order you want.

Threat Map

A cleaned-up PDF version of the Threat Map for use with AW2e, by James Steinberg.