As much as I love the original Fear Itself character sheet, I always wanted to create my own version to add a bit of pizzazz. The character sheet is based on inpatient forms and clinical cards used in the now-defunct Rydalmere Psychiatric Hospital on the outskirts of Sydney, Australia. I think with this design, it supports a bit more readability, and opens up space for players to further flesh out their characters with more intangible elements like ‘The Worst Thing I Ever Did’, and so on. There is also an allusion to Invasive Procedures in the hospital’s name on the sheet. Particularly craft GMs may craft a campaign out of the available scenarios, with the big finale being in ‘Our Lady’s Hospital’. The player characters’ final destination has been under their nose all this time!

There are two versions of the character sheet, an immersive one with aged paper textures and blood effects (2.56 MB), and also a more printer friendly one (250 KB). They are both equipped with form-fillable blocks for anyone who wants to play online as well. Enjoy them! If you have any feedback, be sure to leave it in the comments below, or shoot me an email.

Header image created by George Cotronis for the Fear Itself 2nd. Ed. cover art.

This character sheet is for entertainment purposes only. Designed and implemented by Brendan De Pinto © 2021 The Membrane’s Journal for the ‘Fear Itself 2nd. Ed.’ © 2016 Pelgrane Press. All rights reserved. Permission is hereby granted for the user to print copies for their personal use in role-playing games. No other permission is granted unless specified in a relevant document, and any commercial or illegal use of the contents therein is ENTIRELY PROHIBITED. Please do not distribute this resource kit. It is available for free.
This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, business, events and incidents that may pertain to any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental.

© 2021 The Membrane’s Journal.

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