I Wrote a Thing: Bullet Journaling for Gamemasters

Advice on adapting the popular organizational tool for tabletop roleplaying games.

Bullet Journaling for Gamemasters provides you with tips for using the popular dot journal method to organize and run tabletop roleplaying games. Like roleplaying itself, what you get out of it is a matter of how much you put into it. Take what works, ignore the rest, and use the basic principles to create whatever you need to plan and track the information important to your game.

Bullet journaling combines the calendar functions of a day planner, the utility of to-do lists, and the personal touch of a diary. Having everything in one easy-to-use notebook is practical and appealing. I’ve used one for years, and have created dedicated journals for managing major projects, planning a novel, and running a tabletop roleplaying campaign. Now I’m passing my best advice on to you.

Bullet Journaling for Gamemasters includes the following:

  • An overview of the bullet journal method.
  • Advice on setting up a new campaign journal.
  • Creating and using game session logs.
  • Methods of creating various types of campaign logs.
  • Capturing ideas from session in collections.
  • Planning campaigns using collections.

Bullet Journaling for Gamemasters

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Publisher: Dancing Lights Press
Rule System: Any system / system agnostic
Price: $5 Digital
Publication Date: 21 November 2019
Format: 44 pages. 6×9 (digest size). PDF, ePub, Kindle
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