Chronica includes a growing list of features, perfect for your whole party.
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Chronica is built to be adaptable to many game systems. Track your DnD campaign, manage your PFRPG adventure, build your Homebrew world, and more. Use the features that work for you and your gameplay. Our focus is on a clean, functional UI that provides an organized and usable place for you and your party to manage your campaign online.
Create one account on Chronica, then join or create as many campaigns as you want! From your user dashboard, you can navigate to your campaigns, track your upcoming events, manage your account settings, subscription settings, and more. There is no limit to free-tier campaigns!
At-a-glance campaign overview for you and your party. Write an intro to your campaign, keep a summary of events, and manage campaign and subscription settings. You can also quickly view information such as your campaign tier, storage used, links, and more. Your campaigns are private to you and your party members, even on our free tier!
This acts as a central hub for party information. Track party wealth and inventory. As a GM, manage your players and their individual permissions within the campaign, or assign multiple GMs.
The Quest Log allows you to add, remove, and edit quests to help track every detail for quick reference. Add notes during your progress in case you find a piece of a map or clue, etc.
You can also nest quests to create quest chains or groups. The root quest will appear in the left navigation with small colored counters to denote the nested quests within and their status.
Quests can be marked secret to hide them from players until discovered.
The adventure journal is a blogging feature to record your adventures and personal notes. Try recording from your character's point of view! You can make posts public or private so they will be either visible only to you, or to your whole party. You can also save posts as a draft to finish later.
Add items with as much or little data as you need. Use the tags to denote circumstances like "Identify" or "Quest Item". Sell items with a single click and the value is added to your wealth. Click "Use" and the quantity will be reduced for you. Organize items into containers and drag and drop to sort.
Organized in a streamlined player-card layout, the Codex gives you a catalog of characters you have met during play. Click View to see their full character profile. Use the search bar to find someone fast!
Clicking on a character in either the NPC or Player Codex will bring up the full character profile. Track all sorts of details and keep notes regarding party interaction and a description with a bio. If your character is a staff member in a city, you can link him to your City, or add your own custom links!
We also have Character Stats and Abilities! Everything is customizable to work for your game system. Add custom stat types which group your stats such as Vitals, Skills, Primary, etc. Also add ability types and abilities like Spells, Racials, Feats, etc. Stats and abilities can be set to secret or visible for players.
Use Kinships to link your characters together by creating families, guilds, clubs, squadrons, etc. Include a description, notes, GM secrets and an image, then start adding characters from your Codexes! Each character can have a title and some notes attached to give more background to their position in the kinship.
Campaign shops are available on any paid tier. Create in-game shops with items for your players to browse and purchase. This is useful when you have specific magical items available or limited quantities on supplies. Close the shop to hide the inventory from players.
Players perusing the shop can click the items to view a full description, or hit the Buy button to automatically add it to their inventory and remove funds from their wealth.
A dynamic, updatable regional map of where your party has explored or tiles you have claimed. Make notes, mark areas of interest, add icons to denote farmland or cities, etc. Gone are the days of photoshopping over an image and re-uploading every five minutes.
If you are a GM or Cartographer within your campaign, clicking on a map tile will bring up the tile editor. You can add a label, notes, icons, or color code parts of your map. Marking a tile as Player Visible will show it to your party members, or keep icons and notes hidden until players discover them.
For campaigns that include Kingdom Building, we have a toolset to help. Track City stats and staff. Keep a City Update Log to show changes to your city and whether they have been updated. Create Districts within each city and construct plots. Update the Plot catalog with custom buildings, or use interior images to build out the inside of a base!
Places are available on any paid subscription tier. Create places that are part of your game world in order to track additional story information. Places can be nested in one another, allowing you to track points of interest from whole worlds down to your favorite inn. They can also be marked secret, which will also automatically hide all places nested within from your players, so you can continue world-building behind the scenes.
Add Characters from your codexes with additional notes. This allows you to organize where certain characters may work or live, or characters that your players will encounter when they travel to that area. You can also add Encounters within your place to track possible combat or diplomatic situations while in a game session.
Encounters are available on any paid subscription tier. Create encounters to plan and track combat or diplomatic situations for your party. Replace your current word document with a streamlined and organized view of all your encounter notes.
- Add notes including triggers, traps, or any potential outcomes depending on the actions of your group.
- Track the status of your encounter for quick reference.
- Add items for easy loot dispersement to your players. Simply click the Transfer Item button once a player has looted the item and send it to their inventory.
- Add entities with four quick-track stats, initiative, conditions, and a combat status.
Use the Entities codex similar to your NPC codex, but for generic mobs. Build out a library of monsters or enemies with stats, abilities, and more. Once in your Encounters, you can add "copies" of the entity to quickly build out your encounters.