RPG 101 – Organizing Your Stuff: A Questionnaire

RPG 101 – Organizing Your Stuff: A Questionnaire

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Organizing a homebrew used to be easy. One pen. One notebook. But since my groups aren’t local, and my locals aren’t interested, I turn to the Internet with its wealth of online tools. I’m never one to use a shovel when a transdimensional AI-enabled cranial backhoe will do, so I am always on the lookout for tools to help organize my thoughts.

The problem, though, is that nothing feels like a good fit, which is why I turn to you, dear reader, and your friends, dear friends of dear reader, for ideas.

compra coreg What tools do you know of to help organize a world-building exercise for RPGs?

I do have a few requirements for what I’m looking for, although none of these are non-negotiable:

  1. My goal is to have something as full-featured as possible. This means text and visuals under one roof without having to store images with a hosting service and linked to the rest of the content.
  2. Ideally, it will be online. Offline is OK, especially if I can store data files in Dropbox or OneDrive or something.
  3. Ideally, it will be for PC, although if it’s online, something that works well on a tablet browser is also welcome.
  4. I’m really just looking for something that I will use; I don’t need the ability for players to use it since it’s intended to serve as a reference for future campaign designs.
  5. Free is good. Cheap is also good. Expensive one time fees will get a consideration. Subscription is less good, but if it’s the end of the road and that’s the only meal to be had, so be it.

And also to save some folks the trouble:

  1. I know all about pen and paper notebooks. For me, in 2017, they no longer cut it.
  2. I know all about eNotebooks like Evernote and OneNote. I use them frequently, but they are too unstructured for creating a reference manual. Office Online and Google Docs are also known, and also are lacking.
  3. I know about Obsidian Portal, but see item #5 above. I also have RealmWorks from Lone Wolf, but ye gawds it insults my eyes. I also have (and love) Fantasy Grounds, which works, but is rather un-portable.

If you have experience with eTools for organizing your campaigns and general world-building, please let me know. I’m so desperate I’ve started writing something myself, but that takes longer than I’d like to spend building tools to build tools. Also, if you could please share this with folks that you know in RPG communities, I’ll grant you Inspiration, an extra 1d8, or some other boon on your next attempt at success.