Necromunda Fighter Card Photoshop Template: Create Your Own Dramatis Personae!

Necromunda Fighter Card Photoshop Template: Create Your Own Dramatis Personae!

Hey there, fellow Necromunda fans! I’ve got something exciting to share with you today. I’ve taken the time to recreate a Necromunda Fighter card (aka datasheet / blockstats) template in Photoshop, and I’ve made it available here for all of you to use. This is a non-official photoshop template.

Whether you assume the role of player or arbitrator, you’ll appreciate the adaptability afforded by this template for crafting your own Dramatis Personae, Hired Guns, monstrosities, and additional NPCs in the game (up to 4 weapons). Plus, I’m also providing links to the dedicated fonts used in the template, so you can truly customize your characters’ stat cards.

Necromunda Fighter Card Download

To get started, simply download the .psd Photoshop template here (made in Photoshop 2022):

Necromunda Fonts Download

Once you’ve got the file, open it up in Photoshop and if you see that some fonts are missing, download and install the dedicated fonts below:

How to Use This Template

Then, you can edit all the text fields directly with the Text Type Tool.

To choose to display more or fewer weapons, in the list of layers, expand Your Character > List of weapons and tick or untick the relevant groups.

This template is perfect for players who want to bring their unique characters to life. Whether you’ve got a custom-built Hired Gun or a fearsome monster you’ve always wanted to introduce into the game, this template lets you create a datasheet that’s both visually appealing and informative.

Arbitrators, too, shall deem this template indispensable. Creating your own NPCs for Necromunda campaigns is a fun and creative way to keep your players engaged and on their toes. With this template, you can easily whip up a new Dramatis Personae or some random dangerous beasts for your players to face.

If you’re unsure how to use Photoshop… Well, see how you go downloading it, the rest should be very easy to do once the file is open. There are plenty of online tutorials and resources available for learning the basics of the software. And if you have questions or need some inspiration, don’t hesitate to contact me on Instagram. I’d love to hear how you’re using the template anyway and what kind of NPCs you’re creating for your Necromunda games.

Happy customizing, and may your gangs always reign victorious in the Underhive! But if we’re opponents of course.