Weems UPDATED Condition Cards (v2)

  • Posted on: October 25, 2010
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Well, these have been a long time coming (not that they take too long, but that it took me a while to get to them), but here they are!

The changes…

  • Updated to reflect the “Essentials” RULES COMPENDIUM information!
  • Added the regularly requested “Grabbed” AND the new “Removed From Play” card (replacing the two Ongoing Damage cards on page 2)
  • NEW 3rd page containing 9 Ongoing Damage cards (use markers to indicate damage, or write in your own!)

Download links are located under the following screenshot…

Preview Pages 1, 2 and 3

Preview Pages 1, 2 and 3

Download Page 1 [PDF] – (Dominated, Stunned, Dazed, Weakened, Blinded, Prone, Immobilized, Slowed, Marked)

Download Page 2 [PDF] – (Dying, Unconscious, Helpless, Surprised, Petrified, Restrained, Deafened, Grabbed, Removed From Play)

Download Page 3 [PDF] – (9 Ongoing Damage Cards)

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26 Comments

  1. Condition Cards, Part 2 - Page 2 - EN World: D&D / RPG News & Reviews · October 25, 2010 Reply

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  3. badmojojojo · October 26, 2010 Reply

    Sweet. Putting in a new color cartridge onto the printer…

  4. Ghoulglum · October 27, 2010 Reply

    Awesome cards.

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  7. Robert Schwalb · December 29, 2010 Reply

    Excellent stuff. Thanks!

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  9. Christopher Humphries · December 29, 2010 Reply

    Awesome! Thanks, this is helpful :)

  10. Kaz · December 30, 2010 Reply

    I saw the link for these on Robert Schwalb’s site. Great idea, thanks for coming up with them.

  11. Arkhein · January 1, 2011 Reply

    Hey – thanks for making these. They are quite nifty.

    - Ark

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  14. Mike · January 11, 2011 Reply

    Fantastic cards, best I’ve seen.
    Nitpicky things:
    - Would the “Dominated” icon be better served by the black figure having strings extending upward like a marionette?
    - The non-active “granting CA”, etc conditions could be even lighter to make sure that, for example, a new player who’s immobilized knows he’s not granting CA.

  15. frank foulis · January 21, 2011 Reply

    Used these last weekend! They helped out a lot!

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  17. Kilsek · March 9, 2011 Reply

    Weem, this is long overdue – thank you for these truly awesome condition cards.

    I gave yours some props on the Wizard’s D&D General Discussion boards today, because you seriously deserve them!

    “I’ve seen many others, but Weem’s are best I’ve found so far because they have a nice design, some color, a quick, simple visual or icon on them, plus the rules.

    Perfect to put right in front of the player or DM as they happen. Efficient, space-saving, and they don’t get in the way of seeing the battlemap or minis.”

    • weem · March 9, 2011 Reply

      Hey thanks for that, I really appreciate it and am glad they are getting used! Which reminds me…

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  21. Pb · May 1, 2012 Reply

    Thank you so much for this. They are an excellent resource and well made.

  22. Burgonet · July 10, 2012 Reply

    Thanks for these!

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