Spell Slot Cubes
Small tracker is the size of a glue stick. Large one is ... 1.8 glue sticks.
Scale up or down to fit d6s of any common size.
Easy to customize, make, and use.
A keepsake that feelds great in your hand.
Paper cubes are remarkably sturdy. Seriously, squeeze my cubes.
Spell slots are one of the most complicated and tedious mechanics in 5e. A high-level spell caster might need to keep track of as many as nine different counters. That's a lot of scratch paper, or a lot of writing and erasing.
Spell Slot Cubes use a bunch of d6s or paper cubes to keep track of remaining spell slots at each level. When you cast a spell, just twist the die or cube to a lower value. When it's time to pack up, slide on the snug sheath to hold everything as it is until your next session.
Half casters, like paladins or rangers, use the smaller spell tracker with counters for spell levels 1 to 5. Full casters, like high-level clerics and wizards, use the bigger spell tracker with counters for spell levels 1 to 9.
Use some beautiful d6 dice or the paper cubes included in the set. Cubes are numbered 0 to 4 to match possible spell slot capacity.
One side of the tray is marked with the spell levels, and the other has bubbles for spell slot capacity that you fill in as you gain levels.
Parchment, plain, or light-colored cardstock
Scissors, knife, paper cutter, or trimmer
Glue pen or bottle
Use your own d6 dice, or make paper cubes.
How to Make
Paper crafting difficulty: Easy to moderate.
Pay what you want for the templates at DMsGuild.com. You will also gain access to a Google Drawings that you can copy and edit.
Select parchment, plain, or light-colored cardstock.
Choose included art or customize with your own. Print at home. Make as many as you like.
Follow instructions to cut out, fold, and glue.
Game Night Advantages
Keep track of remaining spell slots without scratch paper.
Keep player's hands and minds on the game with a tangible prop that feels good in their hands.
Build group cohesion by customizing them using campaign-themed art or words.
Gift them to your DM or players as unique keepsakes.
For joy in your hand