Campaign hosting sites

6 posts / 0 new
Last post
So I've seen obsidian portal

Does anyone have any other suggestions for sites for me to hold my campaign details for my party. 
Welcome to ZomboniLand - My D&D Blog http://zomboniland.blogspot.com/
Wizards of the Coast
Show
I don't have a perfect memory, thus I don't always recall the rules and mechanics perfectly. I also don't usually peruse the book before opening my "mouth", so cut me some slack if I'm little off every now and again. When logic fails to be present, the rational must inject logic into the situation.
Ego pad:
Show
Groveborn: Mesinock, I have been complimented on my ability to convey a message, but I think you are my superior. I haven't noticed you posting much, except when things get very convoluted, but when you do post, it's worth reading.
You could blog/wiki it on here. Ask your group if there's any sites they already use that has something you could use.
I could use this site I suppose, but I have looked at the functionality and while not bad wasn't sure - my friend is also wary about putting anything she makes up here (that whole risk of her posts = WotC property type of deal).
Welcome to ZomboniLand - My D&D Blog http://zomboniland.blogspot.com/
If you all have gmail accounts, try Google Docs.
Thinking about creating a race for 4e? Make things a lil' easier on yourself by reading my Race Mechanic Creation Guide first.

I like obsidian portal.


You could also just set up a wiki at any of the wiki hosting sites.

"In a way, you are worse than Krusk"                               " As usual, Krusk comments with assuredness, but lacks the clarity and awareness of what he's talking about"

"Can't say enough how much I agree with Krusk"        "Wow, thank you very much"

"Your advice is the worst"