^ My two favorites! Real notepads or the program! Microsoft word! It's especially helpful since you can add those tiny numbers for notations in the footer.
lol i figured somebody would say word
Would you rather someone said Microsoft Access? That program prolly wouldn't help you much. I don't think Macs have any dedicated software either... just third party developers...
A brain is a nice asset if you plan on writing anything other than fanfics.
you're planning stories, so you only need something to write on... I'll add OneNote...
A spiral notebook. Some notecards and a corkboard.
...Eschaton, stop watching how I do things! Seriously man, stop going through my stuff! *closes his spiral notebook and puts the notecards away in their box* You're really creeping me out, man.
Articy: Draft if your willing to spend money. The steam Edition is 99 dollars. The one for server use to collab is around 3 grand or so for 3 clients and the server. But it is very powerful
Right now, I'm using Word and Excel. For the next project, I'm giving Articy: Draft a go. The one for server collab is just under 1000 Euros for an indie team (3 clients and the server). For non-indies, it's more expensive, but I don't think any of us would be considered non-indies.
what does Articy do? that others can't... I'm jus curious
I've been using Scrivener to organize my writing and game projects.
If you're needing ideas, I've read that some people have success with this: http://rpggeek.com/rpgitem/47395/mythic-game-master-emulator
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