So you've decided to join a gaming group for 3.5 edition Dungeons and Dragons. You're new to the game, so you're not entirely sure how to make a character, but you don't want to appear ignorant to your experienced friends, so you're worried to ask for help. Record the traits granted by your race on your character sheet. Be sure to note your starting languages and your base speed as well. BUILDING BRUENOR, STEP 1. Bob is sitting down to create his character. He decides that a gruff mountain dwarf fits the character he wants to play. A handy checklist to help you create a character in 5e. If you haven't made a character before, you may find yourself flipping back and forth through the Player's Handbook or Basic Rules a lot. Chapter 1: Step-by-Step Characters may help you get started, but here is a more explicit checklist that will help you know where to flip and when. Before your group of adventurers can start vanquishing evil and looting the treasure of angry dragons, you first need to fill out your D&D character sheet. The character sheet contains all the relevant information you need to know about your character, such as how strong she is or what magic powers she can use. ... Aug 07, 2018 · DnD without sight – making the character sheet I’ve already written a post about making DND accessible for someone who is blind. Today I thought I’d go in to more detail about how we make the character sheets for my characters.