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Re: Virtual Tabletops (was Re: (TFT) Cyberboard and Gamebox files)
I've not used Obsidian Portal, but my TFT game does have a wiki -- I
set it up as a quick way to record key information like important
NPCs, religions, etc. I offered bonus experience to any players that
help keep the wiki up to date, added content or created character
A few creative players created a campaign log and a loot log where we
record key events, keep the group loot list, etc.
It's not an exhaustive resource, but I find a lot of it handy to
reference. The loot log is nice as well as it allows players and GM to
both check each other on record keeping. For anyone with the time for
the initial setup, I'd say it's a nice resource and the fact players
can update it helps keep it relevant and useful.
On Thu, Sep 20, 2012 at 9:30 PM, Jay Carlisle <email@example.com> wrote:
> Haven't messed with any of these enough to say much other than it
> looks to require a pretty committed group to make one of these worth
> the effort.
> And as Mr Flynn notes lots of prep work that doesn't seem to transfer
> well... I use Civilization... III & IV mostly but FreeCiv is pretty
> nifty too.
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