We’ll be collecting links to various downloads here as we release them. Enjoy!
- City and Character Sheets for use in your game.
- A shapeshifter character sheet.
- A hunger stress character sheet.
- Spellcasting record sheet.
- Printable background-free quick reference sheets from the back of Your Story
Sneak Peeks, Wallpapers, and Miscellany
- Nevermore. Dresden Files RPG preview
- Harry Dresden’s character sheet. (Read more in our January 2010 Status Update)
- The Baltimore chapter from The Dresden Files RPG: Your Story. All 39 pages of it: PDF Download (Approx 13MB) — you can save us a little bandwidth by downloading it from DriveThruRPG instead! (Read more in our late March sneak peek.)
- If you’re looking for some swanky desktop wallpaper, check out our cover art post.
- Check out the powers list from the game. Or, if you’re looking for that data to be organized differently, check out this post from Four-Color Criticism.
The Magnificent Rick Neal
Rick Neal has written a lot of good, in-depth stuff about the Dresden Files RPG. Here are links to his articles, all of them worth a read.
Power Level and Setting Creation
- Wading In: Power Levels for DFRPG Campaigns
- When Magic Comes to Town: City Creation in DFRPG, Part One
- When Magic Comes to Town: City Creation in DFRPG, Part Two
- Birthing Pains: High Concepts, Templates, and Troubles
- Tell Me A Story: Character Creation Phases in DFRPG
- The Lightning Bug and the Lightning: Aspects in Dresden Files RPG
- Look What I Can Do: Mortal Stunts in DFRPG
- Mystic Theory 101: Magic in DFRPG, Part One
- Evocation, or How to Blow Stuff Up: Magic in DFRPG, Part Two
- Thaumaturgy, or How to Break the Rules: Magic in DFRPG, Part Three
- Getting Ready, or A Thaumaturgic Preperation Cheat Sheet: Magic in DFRPG, Part Four
- How to Build Spells, or A Practical Grimoire: Magic in DFRPG, Part Five
- Math and Miscellany: Magic in DFRPG, Part Six
- The Real Story of the Spell: Cooperative Thaumaturgical Preparation in DFRPG
General and Wide-Ranging Q&A
Not Specific to DFRPG, But Still Maybe Useful
- Let’s See What Happens: Emergent Campaign Storylines
- Let’s See What Happens, Part Two: The Secrets Deck
- Reference sheets for our Spanish speaking players courtesy of Zonk/PJ – Demonio Sonriente
- Two-sheet powers reference handout from Brian Sniffen
- Spellcasting reference sheet from Chris Czerniak
- Spellcasting reference sheets from Shawn Craig: Evocation Sheet and Thaumaturgy Sheet.
- Some German-speaking resources
- Adam McLaughlin’s form-fillable-ified sheets: Dresden files 2 Page, Dresden files 5 Page, City (Locations), City (High Level), City (Faces), Shape Shifter (2 Page), Hunger Track 2 Page, Spellcasting
- Jeff Bradley’s Fate/DFRPG reference sheets
- Wraith808′s FATE Action Cards and Foldable Character Sheets
- Adam Rinehart’s “Sleepy Hollow” DFRPG scenario for Halloween