Dungeons & Dragons is at it’s best when enjoyed as an analog experience across the table from a group a friends. While there are many great digital tools & resources for D&D 5e, this list of Dungeon Master Resources features things you can print at home and use right away in your next game session.
Class & Level Specific D&D 5e Character Sheets
Pregen characters are perfect for first time players, impromptu game sessions, one-shots, and NPC’s.
Printable Characters, Heroes, NPCs
Great for Monsters, NPC’s, and even Characters for DM’s who want to provide more visuals for their table.
Printable Fold-Up Paper Models
Many of the buildings listed here created were created by WotC and may not be around forever. If you are into paper modeling, grab the files while you can.
Condition Cards are a fun way for DMs to track conditions on characters at the table. They also help inform and remind the players what condition they are under and how it impacts gameplay. Just print, sleeve, and hand these out at your next session. *Made and tested at our home game table.
Initiative Cards are are a way for DMs to track initiative and have the key stats they need for Monsters, Player Characters, and NPCs at their fingertips. Print these onto card stock paper, cut and fold, then hang over your DM screen in initiative order. Player Side has the names of all the combatants in initiative order. DM Side has all the vital stats in initiative order for every combatant involved. *Made and tested at our home game table.
View from Player Side of Initiative Cards…