Luca Cherstich Posted March 24, 2020 Report Share Posted March 24, 2020 (edited) I have no idea if this is the right place to ask but, since I've seen a recent post on Fantasy Grounds, I'll also ask here. I've noticed that playing in KAP for my group means adding a HUGE amount of background/story information after every session, whether it's feast, a battle or an adventure. NPCs (official or ad--hoc created), Heraldry, geography, history, without considering all the families and related topics, manors, etc....I start feeling that maybe my players will become lost at some point. So, for the first time after 30 years in the RPG world, I start feeling the need of an online Campaign Manager, especially in terms of a Wiki which my players can check. We are playing on Roll20 these days of COVID, but I know there's a limit on what you can put in Roll20 Handouts. I really need a Wiki-style thing! Any suggestion? I've seen there are many KAP campaigns on Obsidian Portal, but there are so many alternatives (LegendKeeper, WorldAnvil, Chronica Ventures, Yarps etc... although some of these are in BETA) and maybe I can even try to create something through Google Sites or maybe some other free Wiki creator... if it is not too much time-consuming/difficult to use or manage. I have absolutely NO IDEA of what would be the best option but I would like to know other people's opinions and real experiences (especially in this forum of KAP experts!). My main doubts are: Something with enough space (maps, Heraldry, maybe some other images), since you always need more! Most of the images can be of low quality/dimensions, but off course there are so many of them! Something which will be safe and which can be trusted (I do not want to play KAP for years....and losing ALL the information/time spent since the website disappears). Related to the above question: any way to download/backup the information? I would also like to have some advice about how to use official Chaosium KAP material (maps, Heraldry, etc.): can they be used online without breaking Copyright? Maybe in a "private-not-public accessible" Wiki? Something affordable, although I've seen that most of these services are relatively cheap if not free, so I can afford them and (related question): something which, if I do not pay my fee for a month, does NOT delete all the information. Any suggestion? Edited March 24, 2020 by Luca Cherstich Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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