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Share your sample character sheets (4e and others)

I keep wanting to try out the character sheets, but I am lacking inspiration. Anyone care to share some examples/screenshots of what you have done? I am mostly interested in a 4e character sheet, but would also love to see what other creative things people have done with them so far.
Anyone have anything to share?
I started to, but there are just too many attributes to enter that I gave up.
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Axel Castilla
KS Backer
William Young, I need to try this again, because while arranging a character sheet for GURPS I realized I had to do a lot of editing (copy/pasting from PDF books isn't keeping the format very much, and unfortunately this happens for small/simple NPC stats as well), and I must make difficult choices on what to add and what to discard because it seems difficult to me to enter all the required information for a full-character sheet. The current way character sheets seem to work in Roll20 looks to me like a character sheet helper : I mean, you can have there a portrait and the "fluff" aspects of the character (bio and such) along with the most often (or most likely) used "atributes" and "abilities" and their corresponding macros, but not all of them. So, I still use a link inside the Roll20 character sheet for displaying the full PDF character sheet in another Chrome tab.
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Axel Castilla
KS Backer
So, I still use a link inside the Roll20 character sheet for displaying the full PDF character sheet in another Chrome tab. I mean: I realized I had to do a lot of editing (copy/pasting from PDF books isn't keeping the format very much, and unfortunately this happens for small/simple NPC stats as well) (. . .) The current way character sheets seem to work in Roll20 looks to me like a character sheet helper (. . .) with the most often (or most likely) used "atributes" and "abilities" and their corresponding macros, but not all of them. And this would be for an ogre NPC/monster:
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Love these character sheets. Definitely gave me a couple of ideas. One thing I did for D&D Next, was to use the Attributes for the D&D's Abilities. I put the modifiers in the "Current" column and the actual stat in the "Max" column. That way, I could use the modifier in different Macros.
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Axel Castilla
KS Backer
@rickcecil, I'm somewhat interested in D&D Next, but it's a pity that I'm lacking the time for reading the entire playtest packets . . . BTW, good luck with your campaign at the City-State of Limthyre!
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@Axel Thanks! :) Will report back how it goes. Is there a place here where you can talk about on-going campaigns?
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Axel Castilla
KS Backer
You're welcome. You mean a sub-forum? I may be wrong but I think no . . . However for the moment you and the participants can post comments for a given campaign. For this, just click in your campaign and then look for Details/Campaign Discussion. It's also possible to create a Private Mail here with the Roll20 website and to invite your players for creating a conversation with multiple participants, sort of a small mailing list. Both things can work.
Thanks for the examples, that helps. I hope to see more from others. I like the workaround of using the attribute bonus for the minimum and the value for the maximum. While I plan on using these for online play of our normal campaign, I also really like the fact that I can create sheets for an alternate perspective adventure that I can handout to my players just as we are starting that session. Surprise! Here is your new character for today's adventure! Let's be bad for a while :D