Wow. I just read the Realm Sheet for Shan. A LOT there. WE certainly did a lot of detail for some of those 3E write-ups.
I am not sure we need to go that overboard these days. Instead, I am thinking we separate things a little (such as separate History and Region pages) like we have, and having separate DM docs (where all extra info can be kept). Actual pages for the players can be a little more limited and not so overwhelming. On my Summer Isle site (and others) I have separated the campaign area into regions and then withing that page, specific areas. I think I might try and maintain such a thing.
What I want to know from others is should we have common headings/items in region descriptions or take a more 5E Races approach and make up each subheading based upon the place?
Or just stick to place names and descriptions like other setting sites anyway? ie most grouped cultural stuff etc will be elsewhere, such as under the race descriptions. Sorry, rambling. I hope someone understood some of this ;)
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