If you have created your own campaign world, you may find this useful. With in you can record world history, house rules, as well as what source books you use and what you allow or do not allow from them. Very usefull if you are unorganized like me.
Another wonderful accessory from Philip J Reed. I'm not just saying that because he prompted me to with an email containing a free PDF because I bought his product in the first week of release (loser that I am).
I say it instead because the Campaign Planner gathers all the loose ends and mechanical changes you want to make together into one packet of forms that you can easily fill out and reference. Ideal for you folks who cobble together bits and pieces from various D20 products.
This is exactly what I've been looking for. A way to organize my various campaigns into some kind of cohesive order. This is great!! If there's any downside at all, it would be the space they give you for maps, but that is easily doable. A definite good buy!!!
This is a good collection of forms for organizing your campaign details. They are print-out and write-on only (no electronic forms at the time of my purchase), and so are of limited use to DMs that prefer to keep information on a computer or laptop (forms may provide inspiration for your campaign). Forms are b&w with no illustrations or decorative touches; I found them a little too basic in appearance for my taste.