Frostgrave Soldier Cards

I’m a big fan of Joe McCullogh’s Frostgrave. I haven’t played as much as I wanted to (mostly because 2020 is a mess), but it’s a fun, swingy skirmish game about wizards getting magic treasures. Have I mentioned it’s about wizards? It also has spells and magic items. And Wizards.

The only issue I found is that during setup and between games the band’s roster changes, and that involves writing the stats of the new members on the army list. My great-grandfather used to say that a lazy person is more industrious than an orchestra director: it goes without saying that to avoid writing soldier stats again and again I made soldier cards.

The PDF has a soldier card per page, following the handbook order. Page 1 is the thug, 2 the thief, etc. The last page is blank, to be filled.

To have a roster page like the one in the photo you need to print pages 1,1,2,2,7,7,3,12 (corresponding to thug, thug, thief, thief, archer, archer, war hound, templar), and print 8 pages in 1.

In Adobe Reader, it looks like this:

Download: Frostgrave soldier Cards (CC BY 3.0)

The icons are by Lorc, Delapouite & contributors

One thought on “Frostgrave Soldier Cards

  1. Nice tool! whenever I introduce someone new to Frostgrave we spent so much time looking up warband member stats. These should save us some time!

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