Below the list of skills there are 4 slots to allow people to add in any custom skills or tools they may want to use (most commonly things like Thieves tools would be put in here). (talk) , 17 December 2015 (EST) This section is simply a lot of space to record as many or as few details about your character as you want.
Specifically it is focused on the roleplaying elements of your character like their traits, bonds, etc....
As an example, you may be under the effects of the Bless spell, in that case you can add "1d4" (without the quotes) to both the melee and spell attack roll fields, as well as the saving throw field.
This will automatically add the 1d4 bonus for those rolls providing you use the in built sheet macros.
Below you should find first an FAQ section, followed by a brief explanation of the various different player and DM sections of the sheet, before finally a section for advanced users listing the available attributes and rolls that can be used by advanced users as part of their own macros.
dan and phil Here are a few things to remember or be aware of when using the sheet - The first section of the sheet provides space to track the core stats and attributes every character has.
I can give everyone free weapon expertise and give out magic items that have combinations of bonuses not found in cannon products, and have the character builder calculate all the math correctly.
If something is not working correctly in the sheet I'd advise that you check the class levels are set correctly before checking anything else!
Secondly, there is a section to record class resources.
You should use this area to record any temporary or long running buffs you have to the categories specified.
Each field will accept any combination of dice rolls and static numbers and will automatically add these bonuses to the appropriate dice rolls made using the built in macro buttons on the sheet.