What follows is a step by step guide to creating your character, including links to the various sections of this wiki that hold more elaborate information. The steps are given in the suggested order, but feel free to complete them in any order you wish.
Please get yourself a charactersheet. You can download free charactersheets on Paizo. Also, get a writing implement. Pencil and perhaps an eraser works best as you might need to update things, or in case you make a mistake.
What kind of hero do you want to be. A rough smuggler with a heart of gold, a technomage with powerful spells boosted by magic, a charming negotiator, or a stealthy assassin? The possibilities are endless, but it helps to form at least the basic idea early on. Start by deciding the general idea of your character's personality, the broad lines of their past, and why they adventure. These concepts will be expanded on, or completely changed later on, but they will give you some point of reference.
Decide what you want your character to be good at, what they are like. Then a vesk soldier with the mercenary theme is a perfect choice. If a scrappy bipedal rat who likes to burgle is more your style, a ysoki operative with the outlaw theme could be the way to go. Your character's species is one of their most visible and telling characteristics. Would you like to be an enigmatic liberated Android, a traditionalist four armed Kasatha, or a mutated insectoid Shirren?
Your character's race is more than fluff though. It grants you certain abilities and languages as well as modifications to your ability scores. Lastly, your race gives you a number of starting HP, buit only at first level. There are also six races from old Golarion in the Core rulebook.
These are however rather rare in the world of Starfinder. Check with your GM before choosing one of these. In addition to reflecting a certain background, a theme provides benefits to an appropriate skill or skills at 1st level and also grants 1 extra point to a specific ability score".
Choose which class you want to play. From the tough and dangerous soldier, to the stealthy operative or the diplomatic envoy, each class has its own strengths and each brings something different to the party.
Your class will tell you what ability scores are important. A Solarian requires Charisma, and perhaps Strength, while a Technomancer is better off with Intelligence and Dexterity. Your class also gives you access to certain powers and abilities that will help you on your adventures. This table shows key ability scores for each class.
The most important one is shown first. Those after the slash are suggestions for other abilities the class likely uses a lot. Step 1: Start with a score of 10 in each ability. On your character sheet or a piece of scratch paper, write down all six abilities—Strength, Dexterity, Constitution, Intelligence, Wisdom, and Charisma—and put a 10 next to each of them.
Step 2: Add and subtract points for race. Races in Starfinder are often naturally gifted in some abilities and less so in others. Each race entry lists these advantages and disadvantages in terms of points you add or subtract from specific starting ability scores. Once you know your racial modifiers, add or subtract those points from your starting scores of Step 3: Add points for theme.Home Discussions Workshop Market Broadcasts.
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Can you help me? I've just uploaded a new version that includes the starship sheet.
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Modifiers have been added to the main character sheet. The ship sheet is on the way.
The next update should add in modifiers and the ship sheet. I also want to make a custom deck for weapons, tools, armor, and vehicles. I want to add monster stat blocks too. You're welcome!DnD5e -- Interactive Character Sheet
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Jump to page:. Thread: Third party Starfinder character creation tools? Third party Starfinder character creation tools? The FG character creation capability is not shall we say Is anybody using another third party Character Creation tool for StarFinder that they really like? Has Hero Labs Online improved significantly in the past 30 day?
I have been using PCGen, unfortunately it does not have a export yet for Starfinder for Fantasy Grounds but considering they have it for other rule sets like Pathfinder I expect them to soonish. Gonna research that, maybe a nice project to take on.
Ultimate License Holder - Anyone can play in my games, even using the free version of Fantasy Grounds. I am pretty annoyed with Lone Wolf holding Starfinder hostage in the hopes that it will be the back-bone for some unlikely online subscription scheme. Why-TF they can't just release it for the regular Hero Lab app They've been on a losing streak and are doubling down. Originally Posted by Topdecker. I mean that in order to use Starfinder as a character generator for Hero Lab, you have to go with the new online version and pay a monthly fee.
You don't just buy it. And Starfinder doesn't have a 'normal' set that you can purchase. I own Hero Lab for Savage Worlds and it is pretty cool because I am able to actually add settings and extra rules to the thing.
But online - that customization isn't going to happen. So that is a reduction in capabilities for me. Anyhow, they are using Starfinder to push a new business model. Last edited by Topdecker; March 6th, at Here is what I mean about being able to customize Herolab. The checked items are character generation rules that I created. The others were created by other players. None of that is going to be possible in an online model.
That Lone Wolf decided to make another discrete system is ok, but making exclusive content for it is BS. Last edited by Topdecker; March 3rd, at TopDecker, I am with you on this. I doubt I will continue buying content over there. The delays with RealmWorks are just beyond explanation. Originally Posted by Bidmaron. Thanks for the background. I also backed realmworks to a reasonable level but never ending up using my subscription.We are expressly prohibited from charging you to use or access this content.
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Date uploaded Oct 25, Did you find this document useful? Is this content inappropriate? Report this Document. Description: my sheet. Flag for inappropriate content. Download Now. Related titles. Carousel Previous Carousel Next.I've just started playing Pathfinder after a 10 year hiatus from table top RPGs. I'm going to run my first adventure for a small group soon.
I've got all the maps and tokens setup in RPTool's MapTool, an overhead projector, plenty of dice and pencils. The one recommendation I'm looking for is a good electronic spreadsheet, java app, local app character sheet specifically for Pathfinder which includes all the skills, feats, spells, etc.
There's a lot of recommendations in the forums over the years and I found a treasure trove of options. Unfortunately, I found the CharTool pathfinder v6 config was incomplete or buggy. As far as the best character tool I would honestly recommend Hero Lab. You're going to drop a good chunk of change out it and getting all the books you want to run your campaign, but its the best tool for character creation and has good pdf's generated by the program to use either in print or digitally.
It's not perfect, but does an incredible job. I doubt there is anything better for characters, but as I mentioned it isn't cheap. Aside from the cost, I am in now way disappointed with Hero Lab. I checked out the demo of Hero Lab and I was sold! Thanks for the recommendation.
These tools make RPG'ing fun! BTW, all these tools run great in Linux. Hero Lab uses Wine but otherwise works perfectly. MapTool is java so it just works. The only person who isn't is the person who doesn't have MS Office, as the spreadsheet doesn't work in OpenOffice or its descendants.
The spreadsheet isn't perfect a few bugsbut overall it's quite comprehensive and an impressive piece of engineering. It even caters for a fair amount of customization, such as custom magic items! I just make my own spreadsheet. I'm too cheap to buy hero labs, and all the things people put online for free are never quite what I want.
Either you end up with 6 sheets of mostly irrelevant information, or you end up missing important options. Also, people who make these things tend to get over-enthusiastic with trying to implement all possible features, creating rather complicated equipment and feat sections, while on my own spreadsheet I just need to have options for the feats I actually take.
Also, almost all the tables in the rules in which you look up what you get a what level are just linear functions being rounded down. The fact of the matter is: what you need to have on your character sheet depends on your character build, your GM and yourself.
So instead of running with something overly comprehensive, or something not quite complete. I just make my own simple spreadsheet that has the info that I need during my game.Simply using the original documents available here and adding fillable text. There are some official-sheet-but-fillable around not sure where but the 1.
If you like Excel, I have an excellent excel version over heresomeone else has a google doc one I haven't looked at yet I need to fiddle with mine to make it google docs capable; Docs does not like formulas in named rangesand someone else did another one that I thought was decent.
Never was too keen on Excel, since it doesn't look appealing visaully when printed out for pleasure viewing, especially of characters that have completed adventures and are "retired. Am curious about these official sheets that are fillable, including the broken 1. If anyone else knows where they may be located, by all means You're right that excel sheets aren't very pretty, but I'm very much a fan of function over form.
I like being able to say "new content? Found the link for 1. Yes, this is what I've been seeking. While it's still a small bother that the character sheet should be rotated, the auto-fill and auto-calculating are satisfying, with a good font to make a nice printout.
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