I am running a Gamma World Game (based on the D&D 4th ed rule set,) It's been pretty fun what with the crazy character combo's and powers and such.
I took advantage of 'Obsidian Portal' and they 'wiki like' organization format that they have going on. I'm hoping to be able to use that as a place to 'store' a lot of the assets that I can then pull into Epic Table
- as my virtual table top or at least have them handy over there, so that I can reference them while I'm using Epic Table.
You can check out the campaign at:www.obsidianportal.com/campaigns/survive...
>Obsidian Portal - Survive and Conquer - A Gama World Campaign by Wade Hone
there is a lot of latitude as to 'what' can go on when you have a world that allows you to say that any possible 'reality' that you can imagine, may be a part of it.
So the group has been having fun. I'm planning just to run this for about 8 weeks, we are currently doing the missions from the back of the book, and after that, I'll branch out a bit, and pull from content from the 'earlier years' of Gamma world for some scenario ideas for the campaign.
This first game 'Gamma World' really is a 'short term' game that I'll just run for a couple of months... I'm looking forward to doing the same thing with the Pathfinder game that I plan to start in few weeks... THAT game, is the one that I really want to run via Epic Table with some remote friends.
has anyone else used Obsidian Portal or a similar tool to organize their campaigns? I'm pretty interested in what folks do to keep their characters, NPC's, Locations, and adventures / encounters straight. Filing Cabinet? Boxes? Computer folders? what's your system?