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You're looking for Obsidian Portal. Obsidian Portal is specifically designed to allow tabletop RPG groups to build their own internal wikis. The privacy options are apparently undergoing an upgrade right now, but if nothing else you can set the whole campaign as private, so that nothing is viewable to anyone except people you invite.
It's not exactly a wiki, but we've used Google Docs to similar effect. I'm not 100% sure how we pulled it off, but I think we had a wiki earlier and actually migrated its data into Google docs. That particular group was all programmers, so someone could have done something fancy or someone could have had a copy/paste-fest while watching TV. From our POV ...
Doku Wiki Open source wiki project that has built-in user access control. This option requires that you have server space. All content is stored in text files instead of a database. https://www.dokuwiki.org/dokuwiki Page creation is very intuitive, and the resulting layout is very simple/minimal.
TiddlySpace TiddlySpace.com provides hosting for “TiddlyWikis” which are basically Wikis that are entirely in one page. I’m not super-familiar with the format, but I gather that it is pretty popular for organizing information – which is perfect for you. Google Sites: Project Wiki By going to Google Sites and clicking Create, you ...
There are a few things I found really quick on the internet (also, Google is your friend): For up to 5 users, you can use Wikidot for a free private wiki (though hosting files on it, i.e. images, can be sort of iffy, you get a rather small allowance of space if I recall correctly). Everyone would need to have an account on the site, but to really ensure ...
Epic Words is tailored to this function for your campaign, but has many features otherwise. It is a freemium service, i.e you get certain functionality for free (which seems like it would cover your needs), but you can pay for more features. From the about page: Free Accounts will have access to all of Epic Words original tools including: blogs, ...
Skydrive Skydrive works like Google Drive, but interfaces perfectly with Microsoft office suite and doesn't require a login to edit (you can simply share with view and edit rights by email address or by URL link). Also try WikiMatrix for Wiki comparisons: http://www.wikimatrix.org/
Wordpress I don't really know why people use things other than wordpress.com for campaign sites. It's a blog, sure, but you can also do pages with WYSIWYG editing, making it better than most wikis. Check out the campaign site for our latest campaign on my Wordpress blog. We've done this for like nine long term campaigns and it works great (combined with ...
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