bleak_havenfor "Bleak Haven", and a dash (-) can stand in for a comma or the word “and" (e.g.,
chat-wikifor “Chat and Wiki”).
/adventuers directory is accessible only to DMs. The /adventures page lists all adventures that have occurred in the Aethervane campaign.
/team directory is for Gamekeepers and Dungeon Masters to host any personal information about themselves that they would like to put on the wiki, such as a portrait, a bio, and contact information. The /team page itself lists all active Gamekeepers and Lorekeepers, whether they have a dedicated page for their information or not, and individual's pages are located at
/team/[person's name] (e.g., /team/marty).
/bleak_haven directory is for information regarding Bleak Haven, the focal town and “hub” of the Aethervane campaign. The /bleak_haven page itself contains general information about the town, while /bleak_haven/npcs contains a list of notable Non-Player Characters commonly found in the town and /bleak_haven/places contains a list of notable locations in the town. Individual NPCs are located at
/bleak_haven/npcs/[NPC name] (e.g., /bleak_haven/npcs/klessi) and specific locations are detailed at
/bleak_haven/places/[place name] (e.g., /bleak_haven/places/menagerie). Also in the Bleak Haven directory is the /bleak_haven/calendar page, which details the Bleak Haven calendar.
/homebrew directory is for information regarding homebrew items in the campaign. The /homebrew page itself contains a list of all homebrew items that have been featured in the Aethervane campaign. Individual homebrew items are located at
/homebrew/[item name] (e.g., /homebrew/potion_of_spate). It is not necessary to provide links and pages for standard (non-homebrew) items.
/planes directory is for information regarding the overall metaphysical lore of the campaign. The /planes page itself contains very general information, such as the planes of existence that are featured in the setting and how they're laid out. The /planes/portals page contains information on traveling via planar portals, the /planes/astral page contains information on the metaphysics of the Astral Plane, and the /planes/material page explains the layout of the Material Plane, including the Crystal Spheres, Wildspace, and the Flow.
/rules directory contains all policies, rules, and guidelines for the campaign, as well as pertinent technical and legal information. Each specific set of rules can be found at
/rules/[ruleset name] (e.g. /rules/characters for all of the rules related to creating and progressing characters in the Aethervane campaign).
/spacefarers directory is for information regarding factions and characters whose influence spans multiple planets and/or planes of the Aethervane campaign. The /spacefarers page itself contains a list of such factions and characters. Individual factions and characters are detailed at
/spacefarers/[faction or character name] (e.g., /spacefarers/aetherium). Note that you can add additional pages within those factions and characters. For example, info on an Aetherium captain named Krik could be located at /spacefarers/aetherium/npcs/krik.
/spelljammers directory acts as a hub for all general spelljammer-related information, including mechanics, statblocks, crews, and voyages.
/worlds directory is for information regarding worlds found in the Material Plane in the Aetherium campaign. The /worlds page itself contains a list of crystal spheres. Specific planets are detailed at /worlds/[crystal sphere name]/[planet name] (e.g., /worlds/vekkerspace/vekker for the planet Vekker).
Note that you can add additional pages within those planets. For example, Vekker's main continent is located at /worlds/vekkerspace/vekker/vekker_continent.
The /contact page is meant to be a one-stop shop for anyone quickly looking for who to contact for various types of information and activities, as well as how to do so.
The /player_characters page contains a list of active, retired, and deceased PCs that have played in the Aethervane campaign. There are no pages dedicated to specific PCs on the wiki, but if you would like to link to some other website where you have stored such information, you can include a link to that along with the PC's name on the list.
Each page should have a title. Rather than creating a heading for the title, please simply enter the title name to the “Page" info, using the button found at the top of the screen when in the page editor.
Use headings to organize page content. Below is a demonstration of how the headings of each level appear when the page is complete. Do not use any more than 4 levels of headings, as there is no visual difference between Heading 4 and Heading 5, etc.