Maezar's Dungeon World Sheets
Dungeon World Printables with Old-School Fantasy Flair.
Unless you've found this page unintentionally, then like me, you probably have an interest in the Dungeon World game. I think it is wildly creative, innovative, and fantastic. but my friends and I found the design of the character sheets to be a bit "crisp" for our old-school FRPG tastes. I went to work creating some sheets with slightly retro fantasy flair—not "0E" retro, but definitely more mystical and gritty.
More than just doing a simple re-skin, I wanted to present a familiar layout to players of D&D and other systems and make usability tweaks. Moore on that below the downloads.
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CHARACTER SHEETS & MOVES (v0.1)
Here's the current work in process. If you find errors, please email me at email@example.com
GM REFERENCE SCREEN
I'm also working on GM Reference sheets designed to be printed for use as a screen. Here's the work in process.
ABOUT THE SHEETS
I wanted the new sheets to look cool and have a fun, familiar layout-- stats in a column is at the heart of this. I also increased the smallest font size and a presented roll results in a more tabular format. Placing GEAR at the bottom of p.2 means that any extra room can be used for write-ins. Sorry, but I removed the suggested character names. If you can't create a name for your character, ask your GM or another player for help. Sticklers will also notice text tweaks. This was done mostly for layout flow (removing a redundant turn of phrase, etc.)I also added some options where there was obvious space (such as Cleric domains/precepts). Ultimately, I hope that these sheets will be highly customized for my own DW playset, so I couldn't help myself at moments. Everything is designed to be printed double-sided and 3-hole punched.
For those with color printers, text which refers to rule concepts by name is colored (example: "hack and slash", "load".) I found that this helps new players to intentionally pick up game jargon. The sheets are designed for two-sided printing and three-hole punching. Set your printer's margins as wide as possible.