DM OrganizationMade Easy
In August 2018 I shared an image of my OneNote DM Bible on Reddit and it was hugely popular.
Because people seemed to like it so much I made a bunch of videos talking about how to use OneNote in tabletop RPGs which quickly became my most watched video(s).
OneNote is a fantastic program to manage tabletop RPG campaigns; it is packed with features, syncs across devices, has a web version so can be used on an platform with access to the internet, and it has sharing features that allow you to share your world with your players.
My OneNote DM Bible is the culmination of more than 18 months of work. It contains everything you need to organize your RPG campaign, including character sheets for the fifth edition of the World's Greatest Role-playing Game.
Inside the OneNote DM Bible you'll also find templates for NPCs, Factions, Locations, Calendars, Pantheons, and much more.
Download the DM Bible using the button above which will download a .zip file containing the Onenote files for the notebook. All you need to do is open the files with OneNote and you'll be ready to go!
Alternatively, get the live version here.
I made these resources freely available and encourage you to take them, use them, and change them to suit your needs.
If you have questions or need some advice, you can find me on Twitter.
Onenote DM Bible
The Onenote DM Bible is unofficial Fan Content permitted under the Fan Content Policy. Not approved/endorsed by Wizards. Portions of the materials used are property of Wizards of the Coast. ©Wizards of the Coast LLC.