Paul le Fou
24/7 lofi hip hop man to study/relax to
You super-duper do.
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C’mon man, she’s the librarian planet’s resident ninja.I'm a few chapters into Nona and liking it so far!
Every time Camilla Hect shows up in one of these books I have to look up which one she was in the first book, I can't keep it straight.
I had read the interview before, but it hadn't clicked on me - no wonder I love these books, we grew up liking the same stuff. And the Nceromancer/Cavalier relationship being similar to the Sorceress/Knight relationship from FFVIII? Might not be a coincidence.I started out in Animorphs fandom (shout-out to TCDB) and spent most of my life in Final Fantasy fandom, although I know I’m very associated with Homestuck! To be honest, it was Final Fantasy that taught me everything I knew, because fandom looked so different there—for one thing there was a much more even spread in terms of gender, and a sense of struggle for who ‘owned’ the fandom (back then it was definitely a kind of touchy ‘GIRLS DON’T PLAY VIDEO GAMES’ so every bedraggled video-gaming girl kind of huddled in one place together, oozing sympathy). The humour side of fandom—and God bless every part of fandom that turns out parodies—was a kind of Venn diagram. I read through Fritz Fraundorf and Uncreativity like my life depended on it. There was this sense you could do anything. Being in Final Fantasy fandom was so weird in the first place that it didn’t matter that you had someone churning out a long, detailed band AU where Cloud Strife was a bassist when on the other hand you had a hard mil-SF take on SeeD and Garden where Squall Leonhart was basically doing Space Vietnam. (And the ship wars happened no matter what. We were all obsessed back then with whose ship had the most EVIDENCE. These scars? *EXHALES* They come from the Cloud/Tifa, Cloud/Aeris wars.)