Based on our record, World Anvil should be more popular than Kanka.io. It has been mentiond 6 times since March 2021. We are tracking product recommendations and mentions on Reddit, HackerNews and some other platforms. They can help you identify which product is more popular and what people think of it.
There is also Kanka which is like WorldAnvil, but you can create secrets (i.e. Wiki entries that you can see but players can't) for free, whereas you need to have a subscription to do that in WorldAnvil. Both Kanka and WA can also support campaign and session notes but I find Notion less cluttered and smoother with more formatting options and works great on mobile too with its own app. - Source: Reddit / 7 days ago
Kanka - The free tier says it has all core features, but their tiers page implies that only paid tiers can have images on pages, which may be a dealbreaker. It also has ads. The paid tiers only give you a limited number of "boosts" that give campaigns the premium features such as no ads and more pictures, so you have to pay more and more for additional campaigns; $5/mo for 3, $10/mo for 6, and $25/mo (!!!) for... - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
Kanka: a (free) wiki-like website for your game/creation, you can see some exemple here. Before that I was using DMmaps + OneNote but with Kanka it's much easier and smoother. - Source: Reddit / 8 months ago
As for my notes, I use a big 9" by 12" spiral bound drawing booklet to scribble all types of notes during play. I eventually go and organize them into something more legible. I recently found Kanka.io which is a wiki designed for RPG's and I'm building out all the characters and notes into that for a database for me and the runners. - Source: Reddit / 8 months ago
I am working on a new work of fiction that started as a fun writing experiment I did creating a small story based around a photo shoot my friend did. For a while the story and world grew in the back of my mind but I never fleshed it out more, until I discovered worldanvil.com. I wanted to use this resource and thought that this story, new as it was, could be a great test for this platform. I started building in... - Source: Reddit / 12 days ago
I've mostly used World Anvil (worldanvil.com) but it's such a good writing tool that sometimes I go down rabbit holes and write too much about one thing lol. In any case in the long run tools are just tools, and nothing beats just sitting down and writing what you need to write. - Source: Reddit / 28 days ago
I do have a website for the project. It's more of a teaser right now as I'm building everything. The project itself is running an ARG so I actually have multiple sites. But I'm trying to avoid having ANOTHER site to build/maintain so thats why I was hoping for a platform to manage that I didn't have to worry about, hence maybe a Twitter/Reddit combo. And good points about Google Docs. I was looking into... - Source: Reddit / 2 months ago
Https://worldanvil.com does this, but it doesn't do a giant web visual. You could create it manually and link out though. - Source: Reddit / 5 months ago
I'm currently using Roll20.com as a virtual table top (VTT) for my Pathfinder RPG and mostly like it, but since I know not to get too invested in any one tool, so I like to investigate other options. I'm using WorldAnvil as my knowledge repository for my campaign and the developers notes show it integrates with Foundry VTT. Yay, bonus! - Source: Reddit / 8 months ago
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