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Nyambe Character Sheet 2.25

This is my 4-page D&D character sheet tweaked for Nyambe African Adventures. Like my 2.22 D&D sheet, this sheet requires Acrobat 6 to function properly, because it features layers which can be turned on or off, customizing to some extent the overall layout of the sheet.

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Nyambe Character Sheet 1.5

I have always liked any D&D materials that covered non-Western European settings, and have always had a soft spot for African materials in particular. So I sent words of encouragement to Chris Dolunt when I discovered his Nyambe site, and I was overjoyed to see his work come out in hardback (and published by none other than one of my favorite publishers: Atlas Games). This is my D&D Character Sheet 1.5 tweaked to give it a distinctly Nyambe look.

Thanks to Chris for the great work and Atlas for helping me make the sheet I promised Chris a looong time ago!

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