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I've noticed that a nice resource to get inspirations is Scabard. However it is apparently browsable only on a Campaign level, with all the Campaign's assets mixed up (characters+cities+random stuff).

Is there a way to browse only a specific category? (i.e. only the characters, or only the cities, for instance)

Even better if I could browse all characters, irrespective of their campaign, but even an in-campaign sorting would be good.

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Go to the Query Category page on Scabard.

Just enter the category you are interested in and click "Search"

It will return all pages across all campaigns that have that category, sorted by campaign score.

Here is an example searching for 'City':

Searching for City

Full disclosure: I am the developer of Scabard and just created this page in response to this question. I will add auto-complete to the category input field when I get a chance.

Update: You can now pick the type of category (Class, Race, etc) and there is now auto-complete.

Select Category Type and Autocomplete

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    \$\begingroup\$ Wow, you're great! Is there a list of all available categories somewhere? \$\endgroup\$ – o0'. Mar 25 '15 at 8:53
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    \$\begingroup\$ @Loharis - try scabard.com/campaign/121/category. It's paginated, so won't place a big burden on the server. \$\endgroup\$ – E L Mar 25 '15 at 16:32
  • \$\begingroup\$ @Loharis - I was wondering if you have a campaign of your own on Scabard or whether you just use it for inspiration. If you have a campaign, what is the name of it? \$\endgroup\$ – E L Apr 8 '15 at 7:37
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    \$\begingroup\$ Currently I'm just using as a very vague inspiration: basically I look at a character, and I re-create a new character using a few aspects of that one as a source. I considered using it to build my campaign, but currently I opted for using a wiki instead – I don't rule out switching to it in future, though currently I'm a bit unaware of its pros and cons. \$\endgroup\$ – o0'. Apr 8 '15 at 7:44

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