Final Fantasy

Edward Chris von Muir Requiem - Yes, I shrined the Spoony Bard. Edward Chris von Muir from Final Fantasy IV is universally hated across the Final Fantasy community, but for some reason I like him. I consider this text-based tribute to him a defense. He's weak, he's cowardly, and he just generally sucks when he first appears in the game, but he wants to be stronger and braver, and that makes him fascinating. I focused on his journey when writing the articles for this site. Edward is not a natural hero, but he becomes one. Anna would be proud. Sidenote: I may have focused a little too much on death, but this is Final Fantasy IV, so I think I'm okay.

Sabin Figaro Somewhere Only We Know - Once called Wanderer, my site to Sabin Figaro from Final Fantasy VI is my oldest active site. Remade in February of 2010, it's more in-depth and hopefully more informative than it used to be, but the site's focus is the same it was when I first made it in 2007; Sabin is a character often disliked or overlooked in Final Fantasy VI, and I aspire to show others why he's my favorite character, and why he should be appreciated. He can be one of the strongest characters in the game, and he's interesting. In addition to a variety of analytical and opinionated pieces, this site has a decent-sized media section.

Tidus Poltergeist - If there's one site that represents who I am as a writer, gamer, and web designer, I would hope my Tidus shrine is it. It's different from any site I have created so far because I found myself truly identifying with the character; I was able to empathize with a lot of key details in Tidus' past, and because of that this is my most personal shrine yet. Final Fantasy X stands as one of my favorite games, and Tidus is my favorite character not only from that game, but from any media or book. He's funny, he has flaws and insecurities, and he is the biggest part of one of the coolest stories I've encountered. Poltergeist explores those aspects of him, and by relating to him I hopefully covered his story in a unique and interesting way.