Character Sheet Helper 1.05

We have finally wrapped up all the changes and improvements we hoped to make to the Character Sheet Helper. Barring the discovery of any new bugs or serious omissions (knock on wood), it’s ready to go! Feel free to use it, and post any questions you might have to the Kalos Comics mailing list. While I have your attention, please take a look at the Kalos Comics pages on Facebook and Google+.

Bulletproof Blues Character Sheet Helper

Here are the characters we have written up so far using this version of the Character Sheet Helper:

Karen 7
Karen X

More characters will be posted to the Kalos Universe wiki as we write them up.

Update 2013-01-01:

Well, poop. While tinkering with the spreadsheet while on the road, I found a serious bug. The power data for [Attribute] Drain was entirely missing. I have fixed it, and have updated the Character Sheet Helper on DriveThruRPG to version 1.06.

Karen X

Just a quick update. Bulletproof Blues Character Sheet Helper is done, and we have uploaded the first of the sample characters: Karen X, the evil counterpart to the heroic (or at least non-homicidal) android Karen 7.

Karen X (Dan Houser)

Bulletproof Blues progress report

Great news! Artist Dan Houser has completed all of the character illustrations for Bulletproof Blues. This freaked out maniac is TickTockMan, the master of time. Like all of Dan’s artwork in Bulletproof Blues, this illustration of TickTockMan will be available on DriveThruRPG under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license after the book is published.

Speaking of characters, we are currently putting the finishing touches on the Bulletproof Blues Character Sheet Helper. The Character Sheet Helper makes it easier to write up your characters and share them. In addition to just helping you write up your Bulletproof Blues characters, the Character Sheet Helper has outputs for text (to paste into emails), wiki (to paste into articles on the Kalos Universe wiki), and print (to print out your characters for easy use around the game table). And it’s free, of course.

Ticktockman (Dan Houser)