A turnsheet goes through three phases in its lifespan. These are explained below with links to examples.
New: Turnsheet #
Each Turnsheet is custom configured by the GameMaster for each player. It is sent to the player at the same time as the player’s results for the previous turn.
The above example is set and ready for the Player to fill in his orders immediately after creating their character.
The above example is ready for the Player to fill in his orders after reading the results from turn 1. This turnsheet will have been updated by the GM to set it ready for the Player to fill in his orders.
Orders: Turnsheet #
Once a player has received a ‘new’ turnsheet he is expected to fill in his orders and actions for the new turn. Once completed this turnsheet needs to be submitted to the GM ready for processing.
The above example shows the Player’s set of orders and changes to his ‘standing orders’.
Results: Turnsheet #
The ‘results’ of a Turnsheet concludes the third and final phase of a turn. It includes the GM’s responses, updates to stats and character sheet. The results are generated by the GameMaster and sent to the player in PDF format.
The above example shows the results written by the GM in response to the Player’s turn 1 orders.