Weem’s 4e Condition Cards

  • Posted on: June 20, 2010
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THESE HAVE BEEN UPDATED (CLICK HERE)

Weem's 4e Condition Cards

Weem's 4e Condition Cards

Here they are, 4th Edition D&D Condition Cards by Weem! These cards make not only tracking conditions a breeze, but they help players know what that condition means for their character with brief lists of the mechanics behind the condition!

Below you will find a list of the conditions that can be found on each page. Under those, the links to download the files! Click the image on the left to preview Page 1.

On Page 1

(1) Dominated, (1) Stunned, (1) Dazed, (1) Weakened, (1) Blinded, (1) Prone, (1) Immobilized, (1) Slowed, (1) Marked

On Page 2

(1) Dying, (1) Unconscious, (1) Helpless, (1) Surprised, (1) Petrified, (1) Restrained, (1) Deafened, (2) Ongoing Damage

NOTE: THESE HAVE BEEN UPDATED!!!


Get them here!

Or you can download the previous version here (though I don’t recommend it)…
Download: Page 1 [PDF], Page 2 [PDF]

24 Comments

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  2. Luke Black · June 20, 2010 Reply

    Theses are fantastic and much more convient than the older condition cards I have been using. Thank-you.

  3. Gamecrafters' Guild » Blog Archive » Condition Cards · June 20, 2010 Reply

    [...] condition cards are pretty awesome. They list everything, they’re fun, and they’re a great reminder. I [...]

  4. weem · June 20, 2010 Reply

    Thanks for the message!

  5. satyre · June 20, 2010 Reply

    Great cards! Simple to read & informative too.

  6. Tourq · June 20, 2010 Reply

    Nice cards. Consider them used by me very soon.

    Also, I’m adding your site to my list on Stuffer Shack, and adding a link on the Gaming Tools page to these cards.

    I like the background effect. Keep up the good work!

    -Tourq

  7. infelix · June 21, 2010 Reply

    Excelent design with a touch of industrial srtyle!

    Thanks, I’m gonna print’em for my next campaign!

  8. digitaldraco · June 24, 2010 Reply

    The Ongoing Damage cards would be better if they noted the damage per turn. Otherwise, awesome! Thansk!

  9. Gumbeh · June 25, 2010 Reply

    Sweet! Did you ever make something like this for 3.5?

  10. weem · June 25, 2010 Reply

    Nope, I didn’t :/

  11. Kato · July 25, 2010 Reply

    These are great, thanks! The only issue I’m having with them is the bottom getting off when I go to print. Any suggestions?

  12. weem · July 25, 2010 Reply

    @Kato: Hmmm… these have been downloaded a few thousand times now over the last few months and this is the first time I have heard of this. It does not happen to me either – so no, unfortunately I don’t have any suggestions other than to check your settings? :(

  13. Kato · July 25, 2010 Reply

    I found a work around by loading the PDF in Photoshop instead of Acrobat. The problem looks to be somewhat specific to my color printer–it’s offsetting the PDF by the top margin where it can’t print, so it ends up cutting off the bottom margin. Of course, I could also tell it to shrink to fit the page, but wanted to print it at 100%.

    Anyway, I got it to work, just thought I’d mention it. :)

  14. Rich · August 4, 2010 Reply

    Really, really great and useful! Makes tracking much easier.

    But please make one for “grabbed”! It’s the only thing we ever need to look up since we started using your cards.

  15. drow · August 14, 2010 Reply

    grabbed creatures are immobilized.

  16. James · August 27, 2010 Reply

    These are great! My only comment is that there are some conditions that get used more than others (i.e. Dazed, Stunned, Restrained, Immobilized). Is it possible to create one page for each condition? This will give DMs the ability to select specific pages with more commonly used conditions. For example, a PDF page that just has the Stunned condition? If that’s too much to ask, do you have a quick tip on how to make this page myself? Thanks!

  17. Equipment Best marking & conditions out there - EN World: D&D / RPG News & Reviews · September 19, 2010 Reply

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  18. Matt1mus · September 20, 2010 Reply

    Nice work TheWeem!! Will be very handy for my group of new-to-4E players.

    Also reminds me a bit of the warning notifications from Portal. :)

  19. Gilvan Blight · September 21, 2010 Reply

    Very nice. Sharing these with my local gamers via The Windsor Gaming Resource. I love the way you have highlighted whether or not the character grants combat advantage, can fland and has actions. Those are the most often asked questions at my gaming tables regarding status effects.

    @windsorgaming

  20. Arbanax · September 21, 2010 Reply

    Great stuff, beautifully laid out and worth downloading without hesitation to be printed forthwith. Much obliged.

    Ab

  21. super rats · October 21, 2010 Reply

    I’ve been using these for months and it’s a great thing. Being the size of MtG cards means I can sleeve them, which makes them both easy to sort through and I can write on the sleeve with dry erase markers to note how much ongoing damage, etc.

    The “Helpless” card isn’t accurate though. Helpless doesn’t inherently mean you can’t take actions and it doesn’t prevent you from flanking, since you are able to attack if you are simply helpless. There’s a power or two that makes someone helpless without being unconscious.

    One card I would like if there ever is a third page would be some sort of catch-all Funky Effect card for some of the more unique effects. It’s just a reminder card that some critter has some non-standard mumbo-jumbo on them. I just toss players a blank card for these, but it’d be great to have a card in the same style.

  22. Condition Cards: I made some... - EN World: Your Daily RPG Magazine · April 8, 2011 Reply

    [...] The cards are looking great but I wouldn't print them. I prefer printer-friendly cards, like the ones Weem created. I'm also pretty sure you're going to get into trouble if you keep the official D&D logo on [...]

  23. Condition Cards: I made some! - EN World: Your Daily RPG Magazine · April 8, 2011 Reply

    [...] The cards are looking great but I wouldn't print them. I prefer printer-friendly cards, like the ones Weem created. I'm also pretty sure you're going to get into trouble if you keep the official D&D logo on [...]

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