Game Aid Downloads

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Over the years there have been many files and programs created to aid Game Masters in creating or maintaining their campaigns. Many of these resources have disappeared as the internet progressed and the hosting sites ceased to exist or transformed into new incarnations. Gathered below is a listing of files that are difficult to find but still useful for Game Masters and Players alike. I claim no ownership of these items and have gathered them here since they appear to have been abandoned to the ashes of the Internet Past.

Gameplay Aids

These files are meant to aid in the creation and maintenance of game sessions or campaigns. These sheets are in PDF format.

Printable Hexagon Page This single page printable document contains large hexagons for an overview map. Created by the people at this page is no longer available on their site.
Herbal Encounter List Created by Frank Helle Hansen (and others) this list is handy for those who have players who like to use Herbs and like to look for them while adventuring.
Male Item Location Sheet
Femlae Item Location Sheet
Ever have a player who tried to carry so many swords they would rival a porcupine? These two sheets were created (male and female) to make your players think about where they are carrying items.
NPC Stat Block This sheet is a handy way to keep track of important NPC information at a glance. It has space to keep relavent stats and combat information for up to four NPCs per page. Have PCs with cohorts or hirlings? This quick reference sheet is a must. This is also useful to have your party members statistics and quick combat information on hand so the Game Master can quickly peruse a character's abilities without asking the player to hand over their sheet.
Pack Mule Sheet Intended to hold the information on the equipment players carry with them on pack mules or wagons. This sheet can be used to keep track of equipment gathered by the party and transported over the course of an adventure. Created by Dakkar Daemor (
Party Inventory Sheet Another inventory sheet meant to keep track of what the players collect, I used this sheet primarily to keep track of equipment, goods, and wealth the party collected over the course of a campaign. At the end of each adventure, I would collect the sheets of "party equipment" gathered but not claimed by any one person and add that to this party sheet. Using this method, players who had an area to store goods would have a quick way to see what they had in storage without having to leaf through multiple adventure sheets.Created by Dakkar Daemor (
Town Forms Created with the intention of keeping information on small towns and hamlets that the PCs would revisit handy, these sheets keep track of 2 settlements and allows the Game Master to note the limits as well as the principle inhabitants of the town.