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I just got the game last night and haven't even had time to completely read the rules, but I've heard about marking directly on the cards.

I don't sleeve cards and definitely don't want to mark them up. I read somewhere that there is (or will be) some sort of Character Tracker sheet available to download and print, to keep track of your characters' stats, either at the publishers site or here on BGG, but I've looked and cannot find this Tracker. I cannot even find mention of it...

I know about the digital tracker available for Android and I've downloaded it, but haven't got to check it out yet. But I'm still looking for a print version...

Am I imagining things...?

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In case that doesn't work directly, go here and follow the link in the middle of the screen ("The character sheets for the Pathfinder Adventure Card Game are available for download here!"). You have to "purchase" it but it costs nothing.
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Thanks! I followed the link and downloaded the file. Looks great!
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As another option, even if you don't use sleeves for most of the cards, you may want to sleeve the character and role cards. These are the only ones that get written on, and they never get shuffled in with the rest. Then you can write on them with a felt tipped pen (I use a thin Sharpie), and it won't go through to the card itself.
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Fromper wrote:
As another option, even if you don't use sleeves for most of the cards, you may want to sleeve the character and role cards. These are the only ones that get written on, and they never get shuffled in with the rest. Then you can write on them with a felt tipped pen (I use a thin Sharpie), and it won't go through to the card itself.


This. So much easier.
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Smoo wrote:
Fromper wrote:
As another option, even if you don't use sleeves for most of the cards, you may want to sleeve the character and role cards. These are the only ones that get written on, and they never get shuffled in with the rest. Then you can write on them with a felt tipped pen (I use a thin Sharpie), and it won't go through to the card itself.


This. So much easier.


It's easier, but, for people that want to reset and have multiple save-states, the character sheets are a lot better. But if you're only running one game, then the sleeving method is certainly easier.
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Caibre wrote:
Smoo wrote:
Fromper wrote:
As another option, even if you don't use sleeves for most of the cards, you may want to sleeve the character and role cards. These are the only ones that get written on, and they never get shuffled in with the rest. Then you can write on them with a felt tipped pen (I use a thin Sharpie), and it won't go through to the card itself.


This. So much easier.


It's easier, but, for people that want to reset and have multiple save-states, the character sheets are a lot better. But if you're only running one game, then the sleeving method is certainly easier.


Actually, if you use Penny sleeves, you can use permanent marker and keep your sleeves separate. Lot less space for those of us with 1,358,107 different characters.
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Deekow wrote:
Caibre wrote:
Smoo wrote:
Fromper wrote:
As another option, even if you don't use sleeves for most of the cards, you may want to sleeve the character and role cards. These are the only ones that get written on, and they never get shuffled in with the rest. Then you can write on them with a felt tipped pen (I use a thin Sharpie), and it won't go through to the card itself.


This. So much easier.


It's easier, but, for people that want to reset and have multiple save-states, the character sheets are a lot better. But if you're only running one game, then the sleeving method is certainly easier.


Actually, if you use Penny sleeves, you can use permanent marker and keep your sleeves separate. Lot less space for those of us with 1,358,107 different characters.


Ah, but the character sheets let you keep track of the cards that were in your deck.
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Caibre wrote:
Deekow wrote:
Caibre wrote:
Smoo wrote:
Fromper wrote:
As another option, even if you don't use sleeves for most of the cards, you may want to sleeve the character and role cards. These are the only ones that get written on, and they never get shuffled in with the rest. Then you can write on them with a felt tipped pen (I use a thin Sharpie), and it won't go through to the card itself.


This. So much easier.


It's easier, but, for people that want to reset and have multiple save-states, the character sheets are a lot better. But if you're only running one game, then the sleeving method is certainly easier.


Actually, if you use Penny sleeves, you can use permanent marker and keep your sleeves separate. Lot less space for those of us with 1,358,107 different characters.


Ah, but the character sheets let you keep track of the cards that were in your deck.


Yeah, but... then you.... with.... shake Fine.
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Several companies (Pilot is one) make erasable ink pens. That way you can write directly on the cards while maintaining some permanency. You can erase them later if you like.
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Several companies (Pilot is one) make erasable ink pens. That way you can write directly on the cards while maintaining some permanency. You can erase them later if you like.



I've NEVER met a fully erasable pen. The name is a misnomer IMO.
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I printed out the sheets, cut out the basic cards from the sheets, and then laminated them. We use a white board marker to mark the laminated cards. They fit nicely in the box since there are only 2 mini boxes in there. Don't know where I'll put them once the game gets bigger.
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we've been putting tiny little pieces of a post-it note over the boxes we've filled in. Just color the post-it black, and cut out a square from the sticky part.
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kelann08 wrote:
Argenfarkle wrote:
Several companies (Pilot is one) make erasable ink pens. That way you can write directly on the cards while maintaining some permanency. You can erase them later if you like.



I've NEVER met a fully erasable pen. The name is a misnomer IMO.


Plus, a ball-point would leave an impression on the card.
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These character sheets (link) from right here on BGG, are what my group is using. You get all the information Paizo put on 4-5 pieces of paper in one double-sided sheet. Plus you can use them as player mats. Very handy!
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Just wanted do some shameless self promotion here. This character sheet web page will work on Android, iOS, or anything with a browser really. No sleeves, no downloading an app, no printing. Just browsing. :)

http://boardgamegeek.com/thread/1033773/pathfinder-character...
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Snappleman wrote:
Just wanted do some shameless self promotion here. This character sheet web page will work on Android, iOS, or anything with a browser really. No sleeves, no downloading an app, no printing. Just browsing.

http://boardgamegeek.com/thread/1033773/pathfinder-character...



I used to use this website because it was nicely put together, but it's not accessible lately.
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Davedude77 wrote:
Snappleman wrote:
Just wanted do some shameless self promotion here. This character sheet web page will work on Android, iOS, or anything with a browser really. No sleeves, no downloading an app, no printing. Just browsing. :)

http://boardgamegeek.com/thread/1033773/pathfinder-character...



I used to use this website because it was nicely put together, but it's not accessible lately.


Back up!
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Just a quick question on the sheets - why is there one for each character before Hook Mountain and one after ?
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After you complete the third adventure each character gets to pick one of two roles. Valeros can become a Guardian or a Weapons Master. Each role has expanded powers.
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