Two New Savage Worlds Character Sheets

After a year of playing Savage Worlds and three iterations of my custom character sheet, I feel qualified to publish it for others to use:

Character Sheet

For historical reasons, here are the sheets that we actually use. When we transitioned from DW to SW, wanted the characters to map approximately with their relative rank without losing too many skills. Because DW uses one attack value to cover SW fighting, shooting and throwing, I condensed them at the d4 and d6 levels. I did the same for a couple of other skills at the same time.

Savage Legend Sheet

Happy gaming!

Addendum: By request – Custom Character Sheet With Alphabetised Skills

About Mike Page

I’m a Christian, a father, a husband, a biochemist (PhD), a photographer, a gardener, a lover of good rock music, food wine and beer, an ex-pat, a lousy pianist and a patent examiner.
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12 Responses to Two New Savage Worlds Character Sheets

  1. dinofreak says:

    these are awesome. what are the colored things in the right corner? anyway of getting an alphabetized skill list on them?

    • Lord Karick says:

      Thank you dinofreak. The coloured markers are for my players to note how many bennies, wounds and fatigue points to carry over between sessions. We work with bead markers during the sessions, and this is the best way to remember what to start with next time.
      Alphabetised list? I’ll see if I can have a go at it over Easter. Remind me in a couple of weeks if you haven’t heard anything from me, and let me know how I can contact you with them.

  2. dinofreak says:

    i’d kiss you but that would be weird. thanx

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  5. Are you able to provide an editable version for a non-fantasy SW setting?

    • Lord Karick says:

      I’d have to look into how to save it as an editable PDF without acrobat writer – I’m using Open Office to create the sheets. If you’re interested, I could let you have a copy of the original Draw document and you could do with it as you wish.

  6. Lord Karick says:

    Sure; can you send your email address to me at: Thanks

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