I wanted a more arcane looking spell slot tracker for D&D 5E, so I thought I'd make one where the pegs are a little more magic-inspired. There are "draconic" and numbered trackers available, as well as a box version. I've added a variety of peg types so you can pick the style you like. There are pegs to indicate the different spell levels (the ones called a variation of "x_curves.stl"), but the column numbers mean that you can just use any peg to for any spell level. My favorite is the gem peg. If you have any suggestions for peg styles, let me know! If you want to make your own peg shapes, the current ones are sized to have a radius of 6.55 mm.
The box versions have three "modes"- one where the slot tracker acts as a lid, one where the slot tracker is in use to track spells slid into the lid position, and one where the slot tracker is propped up at an angle in guided tracks inset in the box interior walls.
Have you made this?! I'd love to see a Make!
A full caster for Druid, Cleric, Wizard, etc
A half-caster version for Paladins, Rangers, etc
A one-third caster version arcane tricksters, eldritch knights, etc
- A warlock-specific version. However, this plate follows a slightly different format. Since warlock spell progression is different from most casters in 5E, instead of tracking the spell slot level the numbers on the warlock plate indicate the level needed for the spell slots to be available. Also indicated is the Mystic Arcanum feature obtained by warlocks at 11th, 13th, 15th, and 17th level.
Now included is a blocker peg to mark off the slots that are yet unavailable to your character as well as a half-caster box (for your paladins and rangers), both as suggested by user Dreadino.
If you have any comments or ways you think this could be improved, feel free to leave a comment or message me directly! Your feedback would be much appreciated.
Most of the pegs print without support, but some of the more delicate ones, like "slot_peg" and "clasper_2_arms" need support.
Most will also print with just a skirt, but if they're getting knocked off a brim will usually do the trick.