I’ve been running D&D 5E almost twice a week since its release last year. It’s just the nature of writing that when I write my material will come from whatever I’m most interested in at the time. In this case, it’s D&D 5E.
With that being said, my Player Reference Sheets have been very popular for players and DMs. That post remains one of the most popular on my blog. I’ve used those sheets constantly and many of my players refer to them whenever we play.
I recently had a chance to read back through those sheets, and I found several areas where they could be improved. I’ve revised them to make the wording clearer and the information stand out more on the page. I hope you like these improvements.
Also, I would like to thank Mark Merida for taking the time to add page numbers for the D&D 5E Basic Rules to my Player Reference Sheets. Thanks to his work, I can now offer two versions. One has the page numbers for the Player’s Handbook and another includes the page numbers for the Player’s Handbook and free Basic Rules (found here).
If you have any suggestion for improving my Player Reference Sheets, please leave a comment below or contact me via email. I would love to read your feedback and criticism.