I was fascinated by the simplicity and straightforwardness of the Frostgrave rules. The flexibility concerning the terrain that until then has been known by much more complex systems also fitted perfectly. Being able to craft your own terrain adds a creative aspect that is the icing on the cake.
Naturally, my small sons have been quite interested in what is going on. Yet playing with painted miniatures and delicate terrain would be a bit ... read more ⇒
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Especially if you are a freelancer who has to calculate the working time for the invoice, or an employee with flexible times, you might want to have a simple spreadsheet where you can just type in
(minus) break (HH:MM)
Total working time of the day (decimal)
It turned out that this wasn't as easy and straightforward as I thought. In fact it was hard to find such a spreadsheet; just some formulars spread over the web.
So, I made one myself some years ago. The sheet is made with OpenOffice for Mac and converted for Excel. You might include a simple multiplication of the total time with your hourly wage. You are welcome to suggest enhancements or report errors, of course.