Ya, I'm a lazy yarou. Most of this is "under construction" an' will remain so for a while. The link page, on the other hand, is current, if never complete.
- Tasogare: is my personal rant space. Enter only if ya dare.
- That's all. What, ya think I really maintain infinite websites? :P
- Zarla's Den: would be the main page from which many of Zarla's much more infinite than mine sites may be found.
- Shattered: is a shrine devoted to the shounen-ai pairin' of Cid Highwind an' Vincent Valentine, characters from Final Fantasy VII. GO THERE, I COMMAND THEE!!! :P
- My Sweet Passion: BBS: is a artwork bulletin board on a Japanese server. WARNING- Need Japanese text support to read most of the site.
- Neglected Pokémon Lovers Unite! is a series of shrines to lesser-known, often-ignored Pokémon. This site also includes mp3's of various Pokémon songs.
- Warriors Ten: is Soshi's main page. 'Tis mostly devoted to her excellent science-fiction work, a' course named Warriors Ten. GO THERE!!!
- W-10 Chibis: is a rather humourous take on the W-10 gang.
- Hedgehog and Loon BBS: is Soshi's BBS. See also My Sweet Passion BBS above.
This link belongs to both of them, really.
FoFFoS: is THE ultimate "ANTI-SHRINE" to the female charas of Final Fantasy games. Tifa, Aeris, Yufi, Rinoa, they deserve no quarter, and they get none.
Other links, more random than ya'd like.
- WINAMP: Pro'ly the best mp3 player you could get.
- Jpop MP3 searcher: If yer lookin' for Japanese pop/rock music, this'd be a decent start point, yo. :P
- 8-bit theater: A rather funny comic based on Final Fantasy.
- FFRPG at Returner HQ: The homepage of an interestin'-lookin' RPG based on the Final Fantasy series. A bit too mathematical for the average user, but others might find it useful.
- Arcnet Translations: Very useful free translation service, in case ya get lost tryin' to visit Asian sites without knowin' the languages. It's not perfect, but often good enough.
- VGMusic: Amazingly versatile collection of MIDI files from video games. Simply amazing. Submissions there are actually welcome, if ya know anything about sequencin' MIDI files.