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Designed by TORG Revised & Expanded and Torg Eternity illustrator, Talon Dunning, this full-color, alternative character sheet takes the official sheet and reworks it with an eye towards easy play and details, as well as improved aesthetics.  The sheet contains two standard pages, plus a multitude of optional pages for listing spells, miracles, powers, vehicles, mounts, and more.  With this download you get:

  • The Torg Eternity Deluxe Character Sheet.  A multi-page, full-color character record ready for printing, that includes a page specific to each cosm, lavishly decorated and providing quick references for Axioms and World Laws as well as cosm-specific details about your character.  
  • A free sample sheet featuring an original Cyberpapacy character 
  • A "printer-friendly' version of the sheet without backgrounds.
  • A FAQ that explains the details and nuances of the sheet's design.
  • A single-page version of the sheet specifically made for NPCs!

Note that this is considered a "living" document, meaning that it will be updated and changed to reflect new, official Torg Eternity material as it is released.  This is the main reason why the PDF is not form-fillable.  The process of making a PDF form-fillable happens after the PDF is created, meaning any changes made to the sheet in Adobe InDesign will result in the creation of a new PDF, resulting in the loss of all previous changes, including fillable forms.  It is simply not practical to repeat the process of making 19 pages of material form-fillable every time a small change is made.

We are always looking for ways to improve our character sheet designs!  Please feel free to provide feedback or make suggestions for improvements in the comments below.  We will consider all reasonable requests.

Version: 1c, November 2018.  Last update: November 26

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FRANCOIS U January 07, 2019 2:32 pm UTC
Hello, great job. Would it be possible to get a new page for those pesky Living Landers that happen to have a mount AND an animal companion or multiple mounts ? That page is half-useless for a Living Lands character :)
Keep up the great job, though, my players are really happy with those sheets. AND I am real happy to have it under my eyes to see those skills to keep them in mind when asking for rolls :)
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Talon Dunning D January 20, 2019 7:57 pm UTC
Let me make sure I'm following you here... You're suggesting that I give mounts/animal companions their own page, separate from vehicles, so that there can be two separate listings for animals? I can see the merits of that. The issue there is that it leaves the vehicle page half-empty with nothing to fill it with. I suppose I could add a box to import a picture of a vehicle, but that's a lot of real-estate to dedicate to something that most people aren't going to use or care about. I suppose I could also just double the vehicle section in case someone happens to have two vehicles. Of course, this would also increases the already bloated page count. Still, it's not a terrible idea in the wake of some of the more recent Living Land options. I'll give it some consideration and see what I can do. Thanks for the suggestion.
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Kevin L September 11, 2018 5:38 pm UTC
I love your character sheets! The Spell/Miracle/Psy pages alone make it worth the purchase.

But if I may humbly submit a request. Would it be possible to get the sheets made fillable? Dont need to try and add in formula logic so it auto calculates skill totals and such but just they ability to type in values. Some of us have horrible hand writing and being able to type in the values would make the sheets so much cleaner and nicer.
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Talon Dunning D September 17, 2018 8:30 pm UTC
Thanks for liking the sheet! Making a document this complicated form-fillable is difficult, mind-numbingly boring work, and as I explain in the basic description above, since this is a "living" document that occasionally gets updated as I make improvements to the design, it's also extremely impractical. Form-filling happens after the PDF is created, so every change made, no matter how small, would result in having to start the form process over again from scratch. At least that's my experience with it.
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Johan O July 07, 2018 9:25 am UTC
This is amazing! There is so much space for cosm-specific background information, world laws, glory record, you name it! And I particularly like the idea of a quick-reference page for spells, miracles and powers and a detailed one for their descriptions.

I have a suggestion and a quick note:
- How about grouping combat skills and defenses? TBH, I don't quite understand why USNA put combat defenses in a separate section, but chose to put attacking stats with the other skills...
- On p. 14, it should read "C:/Le cosm de LA réalité cyber-religieuSE" (changes in capital letters). "Realité" is a feminine word.

Thank you for you work!
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Talon Dunning D July 08, 2018 11:39 pm UTC
Thanks for the comments! Are you suggesting I get rid of the Defenses section and just rely on the totals in the skills section? I'm pretty sure that USNA chose to isolate out the defensive stats as a matter of both convenience and necessity. Since the GM is constantly rolling against those skills, it's helpful to have them in one place, especially since there are items and game effects that can modify those stats outside of their skill adds, both temporarily and permanently. For that reason, it's necessary to have your defenses separate from the skills they are derived from. A power or item that gives a boost to a defense doesn't also add to your ability to hit with the parent combat skill.

Pro Tip: Put your character sheets in plastic sleeves and write on them with wet-erase markers (don't use dry-erase as it comes off too easily). That way, when your party psychic casts Awareness and raises your defenses (but not their parent skills) by +1 or more, you can simply write the new totals on top...See more
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Johan O July 09, 2018 5:43 pm UTC
I wasn't suggesting to get rid of the Defenses section, quite the contrary. As you said, they're really useful. But so are attacking skills. For that reason, I would have put all the combat skills in the same section, in big circles like the Defenses, to use as a quick reference during combat, instead of having to look for them in the table on the left hand side of the page. Some of my players find this very confusing.
Why would you want to highlight Defenses and not attacking skills?
But as you've mentioned, some effects get applied to Defenses only, and not to the parent skills, so it seems that for some reason, USNA considers them as a different thing. So maybe combat skills are just combat skills and then there are defense skills and Defenses. I get it for unarmed combat and unarmed defense, but dodge and... dodge? Whatever.

Nice tip! I hadn't thought about plastic sleeves. We use tokens for buffs/debuffs.

Glad I could contribute. If you need any help for future titles...See more
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Talon Dunning D July 10, 2018 9:19 pm UTC
Yeah, it's a bit of an odd duck. I haven't had any issues myself just going to the skill list for attacks, but now that I understand what you're saying, it's an interesting idea. The question is, is there anything that directly modifies individual attacks that doesn't also alter the combat skill in the same way that certain effects boost defenses? I'm not sure that there is. If not, having the attacks separated out could be a bit redundant, which is bad when you don't have a lot of real estate on the page to play with.

Here's a thought: in my D&D/Pathfinder sheets (I design a LOT of sheets), I have a column for modified attack bonuses listed for each individual weapon. This is because in those games, you can gain bonuses to specific weapons or weapon types that goes beyond just your base attack bonus. While that doesn't appear to be strictly true with TorgE, having the appropriate skill bonus listed next to each weapon could be convenient during play... It'd be one less place to look on...See more
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Talon Dunning D July 12, 2018 12:06 am UTC
I have updated the sheet with your correction and with a change inspired by your suggestion. It may not be exactly what you were going for, but I think it will work in much the same manner, or at the very least ,are it easier to handle attacks during game play. Thanks so much for your feedback. I hope you continue to enjoy the sheet.
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Johan O July 13, 2018 9:58 pm UTC
Thanks! We'll test it out. After reading your updated FAQ, I realized my initial wording may have seemed a bit abrupt. When pointing out my player's confusion about the attack skills, I wasn't referring to your design of the sheet, but to the original one.
Anyway, thanks again. It's actually better this way, since you always generate an attack total with a weapon of some kind. And "unarmed" being already in the Weapons section, everything is where it should be! It'll definitely speed up our attacks rolls.
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Talon Dunning D July 16, 2018 7:55 pm UTC
No worries. I appreciate your feedback. It lead to what I hope will be a small but significant improvement to the sheet. Feel free to to let me know if your group has any other suggestions.
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Alexander B June 08, 2018 1:45 am UTC
So I looked at the quick preview and I am interested in buying this, but I am a little confused. Are there two files after the purchase? Regular AND printer friendly? Because the quick preview shows something that I would not be able or willing to print. Thank you.
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Talon Dunning D June 09, 2018 1:07 am UTC
When you purchase the sheet, you gain access to four files: the main character sheet with the full color backgrounds, the "print-friendly" version (the same sheet with the backgrounds removed), a sample character showing what the sheet looks like fully filled out, and a FAQ that covers the sheet and how to use it. The first two pages are the only pages universal to every character. All other pages are optional.
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Carl M June 04, 2018 10:23 am UTC
This is a stunning piece of work! The website won't let me write a review for some reason (maybe our firewall at work?) but I have rated it 5 stars.

Only one issue for me; any chance of a printer friendly version? At least of the first two pages? I only have a B&W laser printer and those borders are going to absolutely munch my cartridge something awful.
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Talon Dunning D June 05, 2018 5:55 am UTC
Thanks for the positive feedback! While a version sans-backgrounds breaks my artist's heart, I certainly see the need for a more economical, print-friendly version (something I've done for other Fantastic Gallery products in the past). As such, I have created a version of the PDF with the front cover and backgrounds removed and added it to the download files. It's still in color (I can't really change that without significant effort), but if your printer is limited to b/w, then the color in the PDF shouldn't matter anyway. To get the new version, simply go your My Library page and re-download your purchase. The new file should appear as a downloadable link. Thanks for purchasing the Deluxe Character Sheet! I hope you enjoy it!
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Carl M June 05, 2018 6:41 am UTC
Thank you! I really appreciate the quick response! The colour text etc. on the pages is fine. It was only the borders and backgrounds (the solid blocks of colour) that were rinsing my printer cartridge! Thanks again for putting this up! It's really excellent!
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Jason L June 02, 2018 10:38 pm UTC
The full-size preview isn't loading for me. Also, why not just say why you didn't make it form-fillable rather than leave that for the people who decide to buy it? (I didn't see a FAQ in the quick preview.) If this were form-fillable, I'd have bought it on the spot.
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Talon Dunning D June 05, 2018 4:55 am UTC
The preview doesn't load for me, either. In fact, almost no previews load for me anywhere on the site and haven't for a long time. I have no idea why or what to do about it. I didn't say why it's not form-fillable in the description because the explanation is kind of long. There's two reasons. First off, it's a difficult, time-consuming process that is, quite frankly, mind-numbingly boring. Acrobat's auto-fill does a lot of the work, but it also does a lot of it incorrectly as it has trouble identifying what's supposed to be fillable and what isn't on a design this detailed. So basically I have to go through and correct everything it gets wrong and then fill in everything it misses, which is a LOT, by hand, box by box, line by line. But the worst of it is that the entire process is done in Acrobat AFTER the PDF is created. I make these sheets in Adobe InDesign. Any changes I make to the master files results in the creation of a brand new PDF, one that REPLACES the old one... So any changes I make to...See more
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Talon Dunning D June 05, 2018 5:58 am UTC
I've updated the description to explain why the sheet is not form-fillable. Thanks for the feedback!
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