D&D Basic (Moldvay) Character Sheets

I made these around the same time as the Aerth map. Astute readers may notice that the halfling shares a sheet with the thief. That's because I had a standing house rule at the time that halflings could use thief skills at one level lower than their class level.


[Edit: I've since made a newer version of the B/X character sheet. You can find it here.]


  1. Nice. I'm going to use it this Dundracon. Now if I can just figure out how to type on it...

  2. Hey, where can I go if I'm a beginner? I have no idea what I'm doing. Is this character sheet useful for the easiest d&d campaign styles?

  3. @Anonymous: this sheet is specifically for the old 1981 D&D Basic rules from TSR, edited by Tom Modlvay. It can be used with other old versions of the rules, as well. But if you're an absolute beginner, I'd start with the current basic set, which is relatively cheap:


    When you're ready to move beyond the Starter Set, you can buy the three core books (Players Handbook, Dungeon Masters Guide, and Monster Manual) and you can download character sheets for the current D&D rule set from Wizard's website:


    I hope this helps!


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