Re: [nbos] [NBOS] Campaign Manager"Christopher Rodrigues Macias" Mon Mar 17th, 2008
> I looked into screenplay and other 'writing' software
LOL! You and I both. 'Great minds think alike' I guess. ;-)
I noticed from another post that you're a Mac user who dual boots. So am I.
A year ago I spent ages on the Mac side looking at various software to
assist with my little home projects, including gaming. I ended up falling in
love with Scrivener, which has one of the cleanest and best designed UIs
I've seen in any software program.
Of course, it is only so-so for RPG stuff, since that isn't its intended
use. Hence my interest (like you, again) in something like the Keep.
From: nbossoftware-bounces-at-nbos.com [mailto:nbossoftware-bounces-at-nbos.com]
On Behalf Of Doug Jessee
Sent: Monday, 17 March 2008 1:48 PM
Subject: Re: [nbos] [NBOS] Campaign Manager
On Sat, Mar 15, 2008 at 2:00 AM, Christopher Rodrigues Macias
What I have *not* seen yet (which doesn't mean it does not already exist
somewhere) is a tool that did a good job of supporting the 'creative' side
of GMing, such as constructing (and tracking) interesting NPCs (backstory
and description rather than just stats), and cool locations, and
well-designed adventure settings, and spiffy player handouts, and all that
other stuff that elevates an RPG above being just a ridiculously complex
small unit tactical combat simulator.
Chris, just for that reason, I looked into screenplay and other 'writing'
software that is supposed to help support keeping track of characters,
plotlines and locations.
All of them were to expensive and those that were not did not do a good job,
so I would also be happy with help on the creative side.
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