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It was when one of Stefi's layouts combined <em>Final Fantasy VII</em> and <i>Hamlet</i> that I fell in love. All of her sites are wonderful, but I feel I need to single out Antihero, because sites like that turned my Squall hatred to a kind of grudging respect, and later an actual fondness for the character. her Squall shrine has a unique personal perspective into her relationship with the character.
- Flora Fleur
Chloé appreciates irony, consumptives, and Edgar. Those things could almost substitute for the Holy Trinity of Alex. She is also full of interesting stories about Jesuits with gun-arms. Anyway, her sites sparkle with her sense of humor and personality, and therefore you should visit them.
- Limit Break
Tamisa has a strong sense of the centered framey layout that I never quite got the hang of, a real dedication to making quality fanlistings with content, and one of my favorite character shrines in existance, Problematic, which is pretty much a textbook example of what a shrine ought to be.
Nao always makes these elegant, simple-but-not-simplistic layouts, and it is a lot of fun to just and look. But no! Content here is also witty, engaging, and possibly part of a complete breakfast. Also, I have it on good authority that this domain is not wearing any pants.
I think what shines most about Todd's sites is his obvious way with words. His writing style is very inviting, it''s perfectly tailored to the kinds of intimate character tributes that he's both passionate and talented at creating. He does need to say no to Wakka, though.
Emma is a semi-frequent partner in crime. She also happens to have the best taste in game charactes since ever. Kain? The Turks? Jeremy Irons? Oh, wait. He's not fictional, I forgot.
- Venus Gospel
The collective of Linh is a wonderland of games you need to play, games I need to play, and games I really want to play but cannot because Square-Enix is taking its sweet time with the localization. Of course, wordplay is to this one as elaborate hair-styles are to Lea Monde.
Affiliation is on an invite-only, personal basis. I'm not shy about recommending sites I really love, but I'm lucky to be in a position where I can only affiliate with awesome webmasters I'm personally acquainted with and still have a metric expletiveton of affiliates.