This is the home of Bad-Ass Bandanna Studios.  This is a non-profit website for hosting and sharing of my form fill-able and auto-calculating Pathfinder Roleplaying Game character sheet.

The character sheet is in PDF format, and you can find it in the downloads section; it is meant to be filled out on a computer.  From there, you can either use it at the table directly from a computer or you can print your data and bring that to the table instead.  I highly recommend using Adobe Reader 7.0 or later to view or maintain the data within this sheet, you can save your character data between sessions as well.  Using a PDF reader like "Preview" on MacOS, or Windows Reader on Windows 8, has been known to stifle the sheet's capabilities.  If you're not interested in using your computer to maintain your character sheet, and prefer the paper and pencil method, I recommend the Dyslexic Studeos sheets (linked below).

In the past, our group had primarily used the SSA-X2 sheets for D&D 3.5 edition, and we all wanted something similar for Pathfinder.  Since Shawn S. Altorio of SSA-X2 shut down his project quite a while ago, I was forced to start coding from the ground up.  When I started, my knowledge of object oriented programming was quite limited, and I was only starting to be exposed to C#.  PDF forms rely on Javascript, which isn't too different.  Over time though, the sheet grew into what is presented to you now.  The appearance and layout of the SSA-X2 sheet didn't quite work well, as it was designed for D&D 3.5 edition.  To address the appearance issues, I used the character sheets by Dyslexic Studeos as my primary inspiration.

My character sheet has been a work-in-progress ever since it began, back in Fall 2010.  The sheet has evolved as my understanding of PDF forms grew.  My current group hasn't had any reason to avoid using it.  With help from various feedback submitted by users, we seem to have found the majority of the bugs related to it thus far.  If you manage to find more, please visit the contact page on this site.

A huge thanks goes out from me to both Shawn and Dyslexic Studeos.  Without them, this project may have never been accomplished.