Player Character Record Sheets
TSR's first set of Character Record Sheets featured a cover by Tom Wham, and came as a pack of 28 sheets, published in 1977 for the basic Dungeons & Dragons game.:137 A second version, title Player Character Record Sheets was printed for the D&D game in 1980, and consisted of a 32-page booklet of 16 character sheets.:146
The first Player Character Record Sheets pack for the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons game, designed by Harold Johnson and featuring a cover by Erol Otus, was produced in 1979 as a 32-page booklet.:110 An updated REF2 Player Character Record Sheets pack for AD&D, with a new cover by Keith Parkinson, was released in 1986 as a 64-page booklet.:112 A simplified and revised 80-page version was printed in 1989 for 2nd edition AD&D.:112
AC5 Player Character Record Sheets was released in 1985 for characters from the Basic, Expert, and Companion boxed sets for the Dungeons & Dragons game. The new rules quickly outdated this character sheet set and AC6 came out almost immediately after this release, now including character sheets for the Master Rules as well.
The 10th Anniversary Dungeons & Dragons Collector's Set boxed set, published by TSR in 1984, included the rulebooks from the Basic, Expert, and Companion sets; modules AC2, AC3, B1, B2, and M1, Blizzard Pass; Player Character Record Sheets; and dice; this set was limited to 1,000 copies, and was sold by mail and at GenCon 17.:147
A set of Deluxe Player Character Record Sheets was published for D&D 3.5, featuring cover art by Wayne Reynolds.
As the title indicates the accessory includes character record sheets.
The 1979 version of Player Character Record Sheets for first edition AD&D features various character record sheets for fighters, clerics, magic-users, thieves, and multiclassed characters.:110
REF2 Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Player Character Record Sheets is a booklet containing 16 characters sheets with spaces for recording information for an AD&D character. This includes check-off boxes for supplies and ammunition, as well as room for brief details of the character's family and followers, as well as a space to record Honor for Oriental Adventures characters. There are also 16 pages of Spell Planner sheets, with lists of every spell available to a particular character class, and three check boxes to cross off a spell when the character selects or uses it; the sheets include 5 sheets of magic-user spells, 4 with cleric spells on one side and illusionist spells on the other, 4 with druid spells on one side and shukenja spells on the other, and 3 with wu jen spells on both sides. Each spell has little symbols that give information for the spell, with a key for the symbols found on inside the back cover. This version takes into account character information from Unearthed Arcana, Oriental Adventures, and Dungeoneer's Survival Guide.:112
AC6 Player Character Record Sheets includes 16 character sheets and 8 spell roster sheets, and allows for all the possibilities from the Basic, Expert, Companion, and Master rules sets.:134
Graeme Davis reviewed the REF2 Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Player Character Record Sheets for White Dwarf #86. Davis quipped that the sheets have "spaces for recording everything you could ever want to record for an AD&D character ... I'm not sure whether there is enough space for things like magic items and weapons, but apart from that everything you'd expect is here." Complimenting the booklet's cover art, Davis said "it's got a very nice cover". He felt that the symbols for each spell were "A nice idea", though he despaired that learning how to use them "could be hard work". He lamented that the brown tone used on the sheets would mean that some parts would come out black when photocopied. Although he felt that 16 character sheets was not a lot for the money, he predicted that "this product will sell well among AD&D players who like using Official character sheets, and not so well among those who don't".