I'm new to all of this OP stuff as I just happened to stumble on it about a month ago. "Pretty neat, maybe I'll give it a try and see if I could get out some of these ideas that have been bouncing in my head for a couple of years"
So far I'm sold! Organizing my articles and linking them into new bits of information is just great and really helps me to invent new stuff as I go along. Why didn't I find this sooner!?
So like I said I've been tossing this idea of combining old school 80's d&d (ADD 2nd edition forever, baby!) with the historical celts while using the Pathfinder rules. It's going to be pretty low-fantasy so no dwarves, elves or seven-headed dragons popping from behind every corner. Our gaming group has been kinda dd 3.5 oriented so I want to up the ante by not only upgrading into (most exellent) Pathfinder but creating a very, very detailed world surpasing our former campaigns. I've been creating the Ferdiad Cycle's wiki for about a week now, trying to keep the articles compact but informative and being very careful with the pictures I'm using (Elmore/Easley/Caldwell/McBride all the way!).
I'd very much appreciate any feedback on this (getting that from my players is like getting water from a stone). I should also point that it's far from being even nearly complete, I'm really hopelessly bad with anything computer-related and as English is not my primary language expect some typos and errors in grammar (haven't proofread it yet, sorry!). I intend to give a bareboned version of everything until the PCs explore the world more. The place they start in is called Aenoria so please check out that and Cerns - the local people. If everything goes well every place should get an article as long as those in time.
Well... that's about it I guess. Thanks and can't wait for your comments!