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    Barbarian in the Playground
    Ozreth's Avatar

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    Sep 2009
    Brooklyn, NY

    Default Looking for a campaign notebook

    Heya! Starting to develop a new campaign and am looking for something to keep notes/ideas/maps in. Moleskine grid notebooks work well, especially for mapping of course, but I was wondering if anybody knows of a notebook that has paper with grid on one side and lines on the other? Or even blank one one side. Thanks!

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    Ogre in the Playground
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    Feb 2008

    Default Re: Looking for a campaign notebook

    i'm really not sure this is what you're looking for, but my group uses the PBworks to keep info about our campaign. it is mostly updated by me and the DM, but you can get something more collaborative done.

    just google it. it's free, and quite excellent.
    note: there is no grids available, but you can easely scan maps and load them there.

    if you want me to link you to see the site, just IM me with your email.

    again, not really sure if this helps

    1. Special projects:
    Campaign logs archive, Campaign planning log, Tactical mass combat Homebrew, A unique monsters compendium.
    2. My campaign logs:
    Three from a GM's POV, One from a player's POV. Very detailed, including design and GMing discussions.
    3. Various roleplay and real life musings and anecdotes:
    For those interested, from serious to funny!

    Thanks for reading!

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    Ogre in the Playground
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    Jan 2006
    Oxford, England

    Default Re: Looking for a campaign notebook

    Yeah, it's not a notebook but I was going to recommend Obsidian Portal for storing your campaign details.

    When it comes to actually writing stuff down, I just use a pad of 5mm squared paper for everything.
    I write a gaming blog. It also hosts my gaming downloads:

    Fatescape - FATE-based D&D emulator, for when you want D&D flavour but not D&D complexity.
    Exalted Mass Combat Rules - Because the ones in the core book suck.

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