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Settlement Sheet
This is essentially a character sheet, but it's for towns and other settlements instead of persons. It's intended to help guide the creation process and facilitate reading and organization.

Settlement Sheet (by luckpack)

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“This is essentially a character sheet, but it’s for towns and other settlements instead of persons. It’s intended to help guide the creation process and facilitate reading and organization.

I recommend using it with my [NPC Sheets.]

Below are Google Drive download links. All PDFs have two pages: the first one is the front and the second one is the back. The Form Fillable version has no lines, so you can download and print it without filling the forms if you want.

[Settlement Sheet]

[Settlement Sheet, Form Fillable]

[Settlement Sheet, Printer Friendly]

[Settlement Sheet, Form Fillable, Printer Friendly]

I intentionally left some things out from this sheet:

  • Some DMs like writing down “Notable Items” in their settlement notes, but this has never made sense to me. I view special items as NPC belongings or Quests rewards, not something location specific. 
  • The prices, foods, drinks and services provided by the local inn, as well as the inventories of stores. Rather than writing all this down for every settlement, I prefer having a single document for every store. I recommend checking this [Traders & Merchants homebrew] and this [Shopping Catalog homebrew.] Both can be referred to whenever players visit any and all stores.
  • Town random encounters. I don’t do those, personally.

Of course, if you want to write down any of those you can use the Notes section in the back.

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Great Britain - Staithes, Eilean Donan Castle, Castle Combe, Oxford, Edinburgh, Cadgwith, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Pistyll Rhaedr, Shaftesbury, Isle of Skye

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