Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Looking for Thoughts on RPG Campaign Wiki Website... Thingies

I know of two Campaign Wiki Websites: Obsidian Portal and Epic Worlds.

Do any of you use these for your RPG campaigns? Do you use the free versions or the upgraded versions?

Are there other Campaign Wiki Website thingamawops out there besides these two?

inquiring minds want to know ;)


  1. I think this is my first post here but you asked a question I had an answer for.

    I use Obsidian Portal when I am running campaigns. It takes a little getting used to in order to get the formatting right but it fell together for me after an hour or too.

    My first try at ObP was

    It was basically cut and pasted from a series WotC was doing when 4e came out. I learned about using the different tabs and having trees of pages.

    The second one I did a page for was

    On this one, I had less time so I awarded XP for write ups. They could volunteer to write up the adventure log, a fluff piece, or their character's page, and they received XP. It took a lot of the burden off of my shoulders and I strongly recommend it. I even told them they could send me their write up in e-mail and I would paste it in for them (some of them were intimidated).

    I haven't used any others but maybe that will help you out. =)

  2. I use Google Sites for collaborative campaigns building. it does exactly what I need it to do.

  3. My Mutant Lord Carl uses a blogger-based site as a Mutant Future Campaign Wiki. It works great.



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