Tony DiTerlizzi’s 1e AD&D Character Sheets

July 7, 2011 1 Comment [caption id="attachment_4323" align="alignright" width="231" caption="Click to see the full sized image."][/caption] You may know Tony DiTerlizzi as the artist from The Spiderwick Chronicles and older editions of D&D. Well, he just recently posted up on his blog a series of 1st Edition D&D character sheets, which are some of the most gorgeous things I've ever seen (go to the bottom of the page there). I've got one right here for you to look at before you go and download all of them and decide to run a brand new 1e AD&D game. I'm serious. I really want to run a 1e game right now. And I could, now that I have the three core books for it. Hmmm... Perhaps I should... No! No! Focus, Mark. You've got a 4e campaign to run! But how to convert this character sheet over to 4e. Thinking... thinking...1e D&D, 4e D&D, Character Creation
One Comments to “Tony DiTerlizzi’s 1e AD&D Character Sheets”
  1. Monday's Hero says:

    He is a truly amazing artist. And he only gets better. The Spiderwick Bestiary is one of my favorite books for inspiration.

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