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From your heroes to the little guys, each character plays an important role in your story.
From magical mountains to urban modern settings, locations are the lifeblood of worldbuilding.
Books, weapons, artifacts, and other items: track who made them, who owns them, and more.
Your notebook asks you questions about your characters and ideas, then saves your answers on their respective pages.
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Rest easy knowing your notebook is safe and completely private by default, but shareable if you choose.
Get to know your characters. Track every detail of their thoughts, appearance, family, and personality.
Immerse yourself in vibrant worlds with specialized notebook pages for your countries, cities, landmarks, and more.
When every little fact is stored in one place, you can rest easy knowing you won't accidentally contradict yourself.
Quickly find anything, anywhere — even that random thought you jotted down at 3am two years ago.
Focus on one universe at a time and automatically filter everything else out. Reorganize, sort, and write freely.
Grows with you
Plan as much as you want in your notebook — for life. The only limits here are your imagination.
Invite anyone to review any pages you decide to share. Sometimes a second set of eyes makes all the difference.
Use the built-in document editor to reference any aspect of any page in your notebook without losing your momentum.
Analyze your writing with a world-class artificial intelligence that measures readability, style, emotion, and more.
Track multiple stories at once by organizing your ideas into just the universe they belong in.
Your personal bestiary includes the wildlife, critters, merfolk, and other interesting beings of your world.
Paint your landscape with rich flora like plants, flowers, trees, and other nature.
Celestial bodies orbiting through space, carrying a planet's-worth of worldbuilding opportunities.
Underneath our feet, continents form the base and borders our worlds are built upon.
Kingdoms, countries, regions: you decide what international borders look like in your story.
From the smallest statue to the biggest mountain, landmarks can play important roles, too.
Towns can both unite and divide your characters. Keep track of what makes your towns unique.
Fill your towns with stores, offices, historical buildings, and residences for your characters.
From Hogwarts to Walkerville to Brakebills, schools educate every new generation in our worlds.
Jobs build words. How do your characters make a living? What skills are the most in-demand?
Create your gadgets, gizmos, and all kinds of advanced (or primitive) technologies.
Vehicles come in many shapes and sizes: cars, boats, spaceships — or something completely new.
Conditions affect your characters for better or for worse. Create diseases, blessings, and more.
Humans can be joined by elves, orcs, werewolves, vampires, dragons, and many other races.
Gods, goddesses, and other godly beings in your world — every world came from somewhere.
Organizing your world's beliefs into cohesive religions can lead to a more epic world for your readers.
A source of magic often creates a multitude of spells, potions, and occasional trinkets.
The organizations of your world that keep it running smoothly — or not!
Bundle your characters, locations, items, and other ideas into any kind of collection you need.
Language is a bond that weaves a culture together. Are there any new languages in your world?
Everyone has something they celebrate. Honor your characters by detailing their traditions.
People of all kinds eat and drink things of all kinds. Come eat, drink, and be merry!
People are naturally competitive, and sports seem to naturally emerge in almost every world.
Scenes are events that happen in your world, ranging in size from a nice breakfast to entire wars.
"Really clever and beautifully organized way for storytellers to create a world."