Lots of things happen during an RPG session and it's a good idea to keep notes. And, sure, you can just grab any piece of paper, but with so much going on, it'd be helpful to have a notebook designed specifically for keeping track of your gaming sessions. Thankfully, that's exactly what Dungeon Notes are. The project is up on Kickstarter now.
From the campaign:
Dungeon Notes is a brand new system, for DMs and Players alike, to keep track of their characters and the world around them. Both the journals and sticky notes are designed to enhance your game by making an easy-to-understand system for note-taking, world-building and so much more.
We put countless hours of thought and consideration into the design of our journals and we believe they are the perfect companion for the 5th edition D&D Player. One journal includes everything you would find on a standard character sheet, as well as plenty of room for notes, and so much more.
Of course, we ALL know you can't have just one character. So we have created a high-quality product at a low price point so you don't have to choose which character gets a notebook and which one doesn't.
The Hero's Notes are sold in a bundle of 3. Each journal has 64 pages with 46 pages open for you to notate all of your adventures.
In addition to the Player's Notes, we've designed a pair of journals exclusively for DMs; the Campaign Journal and the Session Journal.
The campaign's more than 2x funded with 28 days left to go.