Posted on February 25, 2010
I was alerted that the PRONE and DOMINATED conditions received a beating with the errata stick, so my original cards are wrong. Here are the corrected cards.
February 25, 2010
I like your condition cards and I’ll give them a try at the game table tomorrow! I just have one request: could you please update the PDF so they are good. I don’t need them for myself, I’m gonna put them through InDesign for a new printout of both, but it would be good to have them for the “future generation”😉
Also, the link in the download section should be updated…
I’ll try to get to it this weekend.
Wow that was a fast answer, I think must of my friends on MSN don’t anser that fast🙂
Looks great. There’s a few extra spaces on both cards and the third paragraph of the prone card has one line with only four words on it, which looks weird. Aside from that, they still look great.
I second a remake of the PDF version with the above fixes. I’d also like to see cards that combine info from other cards. For instance, unconscious says you’re helpless, so I would have to give players both an “Unconscious” card and a “Helpless” card whenever they go down. Why not just have the helpless text repeated on the “Unconscious” card? Same with Restrained-Immobilized.
March 24, 2010
Any word on an update to the PDF version?
honestly, I have to get around to that… haven’t done it… are you using the cards? are they helpful?
We’ve been using them as cheat sheets next to each player and really like them (no more hunting for that page 277 in the Player’s Handbook under the pile of other books).
Just waiting for the revised pages to bury the book even deeper😉
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