I have been giving a lot of thought on how to best track character progression. I know that there have been several instances while at an event that I have been confused as to what I should have my character get trained in so that he can advance to the next tier. I have my book that I have my trainers sign of on, but I felt that there might be a better way to track the progression.
I automatically thought of the character sheets that are done up for D&D, but nothing I found really worked for what we do at LARP Adventures - so I designed a test character
sheet for the Warrior Path.
I think that this sheet could be either used at home by the player to track their progression, or it could be placed into a plastic report cover, rolled, and stored in a scroll holder on the player's belt. If the player decides to carry the sheet with them, trainers could sign off on it instead of the book that has been traditionally used.
Let me know what you think. Honest criticism welcomed. :)
so currently what I'm seeing in the first section is spot on. But when you get down skills section you have alot of information that needs to be more easily set up. when I was considering my character sheets I was thinking of them as universal. But with the sheets being segmented into class's. I'd suggest that you expand the list of skills to show a line next to it to give a place for the trainer to initial the skill trained. Then once trained they can issue the skill into the tier they are working.
Krow, please don’t wait for others to offer feedback. You may think of something that I have missed and may spawn a synergistic conversation. :)
I like where your going with this as I have been considering this idea myself to help myself and other players in the game. The Scroll idea is by far my favorite concept. I'd Love to hear what other have to say before I post and thoughts that may add changes to this.