By default, a campaign has over fifteen types of entities enabled. If your world has no use of calendars or quests, these can be disabled.

From the campaign sidebar, click on Settings, and then go to the Modules subpage. This interface allows you to enable or disable types of entities that the campaign doesn’t need.


Disabling an entity type doesn’t delete the related data from the campaign. Instead, it is simply hidden. Only members of the campaign’s admin role can enable or disable modules.

Modules enabled by default

Campaigns have automatically all modules enabled, except for the deprecated conversations and dice rolls modules.


In the following example, all modules except for characters and locations have been disabled.

Example campaign modules;

Customising module names and icons

If you’d rather the Race module be named Folk throughout your Kanka campaign, you can do so. In the campaign’s module interface, click on the cog wheel in the module’s boy you want to change.

Cog wheel icon

This brings up an interface to update the module’s singular and plural name, as well as its icon. This works well for English and non-gendered languages, but will lead to weird sentences in every other one.

Customise a module

Module icon

The module icon field can be filled out with a FontAwesome or RPGAwesome class.