Take a look at the RPG character sheets of famous writers and designers


If you ever wanted to see what the character sheets of people like Mike Mearls, Patrick Rothfuss and Scott Kurtz look like when they play their RPGs, then you might want to swing by The Great Character Project, which just launched on Tumblr.

“I’d like Great Character to continue to grow as a public archive of notable tabletop RPG characters — like Letters of Note, but with more D20s,” says curator Ed.

“If you have a character sheet you’d like to contribute, don’t hesitate to get in touch with me! Every character we add makes Great Character better.”

It’s a very cool-looking project, so do swing by and check it out.

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