Recently I created some character sheets for a forthcoming Dragon Age game I’ll be running for my game group. These aren’t necessarily meant to be printed up by the players. Instead, I think of these as exceptional digital resources for my players to use. They’re also a great reference I can print every few levels to let my players keep track of their characters’ significant progress.

I have a tendency to go overboard on things. Especially when it comes to my hobbies. I believe that the crate I built for Zombicide: Black Plague and Green Horde demonstrates that. This is another demonstration. 

I know that these break several rules of print and book design. I know this because I took several design courses while I was still in college. Maybe knowing I’m breaking some rules doesn’t excuse me for having done so, but I did so anyway. And since these are solely for my campaign, I made up a version for anyone who enjoys a good Dragon Age game!

Generic Dragon Age Character Records

This is almost identical to the version for Dragon Age: Consequences. All II did was get rid of the tagline. Yep, that’s it. You can get the raw files (including Illustrator, InDesign, PDF, and JPG files) in a .zip archive via my DropBox link. If you just want, you can just get the the PDF by clicking below:

Raw Book Assets

Let’s say that you don’t want to play the Dragon Age RPG, or you just really like the background images I used. Well, you’re in luck. You can get the entire set, including Illustrator, InDesign, and JPG files via my DropBox link.