Shaun Sunday is a comic and paper mini artist, a game designer and a neurodivergent newcomer to D&D.
In a tweet Shaun describes how they struggle to remember the rules, even as a player and so the screen highlights the important rules without requiring the distraction of flipping through bulky handbooks.
There’s a range of different options over at Shaun’s Etsy. You can start at a 1 panel Player Screen for about AU$20 or £10 and go all the way up buying 5 to give all your players one.
On the left of the screen, there’s essential and universally relevant information for races and classes. In the middle, there’s the experience point table, darkvision, currency conversion and exhaustion rules. Meanwhile, on the right, the rules remind you of the effects like Poisoned, Petrified and Invisible have.
You can check out Shaun Sunday Art on Etsy.
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