Dungeons & Dragons 3.5 Create Characters For Play By Post - Page 92 The Blademaster says...
You need to include your skills somewhere on that sheet. I generally put them in with Stats.
You also should have some basic equipment to start. You get your spellbook for free, and I think you already rolled for some gold to pick up things like a backpack, tent, bedroll, etc. All the inexpensive things you'd want for a trip through lands where there isn't exactly a hotel only an hour away at all times.
Once that's set, I think you're done, at least with the mechanical setup. As an option, you may with to consider taking on a Flaw or two, they add some flavor, and the extra feats they provide can be really tempting.
After that, the main item of concern is making sure you know how to play. Did you have any questions about my last post?
Edited: daishain on 30th Jul, 2017 - 11:02pm