Birthday 1982-12-21 Gender
Female Location New York Member Since 2004-10-17 Occupation Real Name Lindsey
Achievements Being asked to be a guest artist at the NYAnimeFest and winning a fan manga contest where my entry will be published in the back of a real manga!^_^ Anime Fan Since 2002 when I happened to flick on Cartoon Network and was sucked into Inuyasha and didn't stop watching it till I finished the series Favorite Anime Inuyasha, Rurouni Kenshin, Ouran High School Host Club, Fullmetal Alchemist, Black Cat, Naruto, Fruits Basket, D.N.Angel, Chrno Crusade, Gravitation, Loveless, Code Geass, Soul Eater Goals To become an illustrator Hobbies Drawing, reading, running, skiing, movies, video games...and obviously anime, scuba diving, and belly dancing.^_^ Talents Art! But I can also sing hello in 21 languages, and sing all U.S. presidents in order, thanks to Animaniacs! I also kick butt in video games!^_^
Friday, November 23, 2007
I hope everyone had a nice Thanksgiving! I went to my grandma’s house but had to leave early since I had to work that evening. The casino was a lot busier this year then it was last year on this holiday
When I mentioned Final Fantasy 7: Advent Children in my last couple posts, quite a few mentioned they’ve never played the FF games and a couple others, mentioned they didn’t want to even start it since there’s about 13 released so far and they wouldn’t be able to catch up. Well, for those who don’t know, the Final Fantasy games actually do NOT coincide with one-another. Each game follows different characters and a different story (exception to this would be FFX-2). They just are played the same and tend to have a few similarities like the Chocobos, Moogles, Cid the Airship driver, etc. Advent Children isn’t actually a game, it’s a movie that takes place AFTER Final Fantasy 7.
I like Final Fantasy because it’s more-so about the story then randomly going around killing things. Final Fantasy X was the first of the series I got super-hard-core into and my roomies in college used to watch me play this game because they got really into the story and thought the graphics were really pretty.XD The movie sequences in these games are nothing short of exceptional. I thought I’d share a clip of one of my fave FF scenes. This one is referred to as “Yuna’s Dance” and in this clip, she’s summoning the un-rested spirits of the dead from a village that was attacked. The clip is less then 2:00mins and it always gives me goosebumps to watch it:
Picture of the Day comes from Final Fantasy III, which is the game I’m currently playing on my DS. FF3 is surprisingly hard!