Scroll down the Everything Else Board a bit, and you'll see a thread called "GnomeBoy's Tribute to Dungeon Crawl Classics", where I posted a homemade sheet in patented "old school" style back in the halcyon days of 3e. That thread has continued to pull in "views" since the dawning of 4e, often a big chunk of hits at a time (gaming groups discovering it?).
But how much interest is there in a 4e sheet? Something with a similar aesthetic sensibility, but with the 4e skill list and room for your powers, path, etc. etc. etc....
Assuming there is at least some interest, I'm interested enough to develop one. Actually, I had been developing one, as my group was dipping our toes in the 4th Edition waters. But most of the group found the waters too cold, so we're not going that way. Myself, I found the game to be fine, but not so hot as to replace anything else.
So, to go forward from here, since I'm not playing 4e for now, I'd like to have some beta-testers who could road test the sheet as I get the layout somewhere that actually works, not just looks pretty.
Anybody want to test a trial version or three on the way to a finished design? Post in this thread if you are, and I'll set up a link for the work-in-progress....
Here's a quick link to the thread with the 3e sheet: http://www.goodman-games.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=17&t=3169
. Yep, that's shameless self-promotion.