I spotted a character sheet in someone's character folder, which looked rather interesting. It has a rather interesting cursive script and... I guess it's Art Deco decorative strokes added to it, then some kind of female face in the upper left corner. Luckily, after looking through the game gallery, there was a photo of the sheet on a photo they took, which I liberated from the handwriting so I could show it.

On the sheet:

  • At the top: Name, Race, Bennies, Connections, Languages, Factions
  • "Attributes": Agility, Smarts, Spirit, Strength, Vigor
  • "Skills"
  • "Gear", with total weight, weight limit, and penalty
  • "Power", with PP, range, and duration ("dur.")
  • "Weapons", with range and damage. On one line it says "reach 2, STR+d4" for the range and damage

A snapshot of the sheet

What game does this sheet belong to?


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By the name of the Attributes, the use of Bennies, skills and powers looks like some kind of home made Savage Worlds sheet. Clearly with a Victorian theme so my first guess is the Rippers setting.

  • \$\begingroup\$ It's not the default Rippers one, just checked my copy. \$\endgroup\$
    – D43m0n
    Commented Mar 15, 2022 at 21:34
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    \$\begingroup\$ As I was told by the owner today: Its Rippers Resurrected, and a custom sheet. \$\endgroup\$
    – Trish
    Commented Mar 17, 2022 at 18:32

The game system itself is Savage Worlds

Having attributes of Agility, Smarts, Spirit, Strength, and Vigor, as well as having Bennies, the sheet is definitely from a Savage Worlds system. Compare to this sheet from drivethrurpg.

However, Savage Worlds is a generic system (like Powered by the Apocalypse or Forged in the Dark) and it's unclear what specific Savage Worlds game this is; every one I've seen uses a number of checkboxes (representing the specific die to roll) for the attributes, for instance.


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