So if the previous blog posts are to be believed, pretty much everyone is headed out of town. I have now joined this mass exodus by flying down to Santa Fe, New Mexico! So now instead of arid plains, i get to enjoy arid hills. Yipee.Read more >
I obviously won't be as active (cause there is next to no internet out here), so I'll see y'all in 10-ish days!
Hello everyone, and welcome to Name That League! This is the third blog, so I won't bother reexplaining it's purpose. If you missed the first blog, you can find it here. (Not really necessary now, but the second one is here, FYI).
There was originally going to be a second round of voting on the favored names, but in the end the winning submission had such a decisive lead I figured it wasn't really necessary. With 5 out of 10 votes, the winner of the Name That League competition is...
With the competition concluded, I've set up the Fantendo Force page. If anyone wants to add their review organization to Fantendo Force, or restart one from the League of Fantendo Critics, follow the link and set up shop!
I hope that this short series helps to r…
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Hello everyone, and welcome to Name That League! This is the second blog, so I won't bother reexplaining it's purpose. If you missed the first blog, you can find it here.
Name That League will have three rounds-
- Round 1- Users may enter a name into the competition; the names will be voted on during the following rounds. Round 1 will last from Saturday to Sunday night (July 8 - 9).
- Round 2 (That's this one)- Users will vote on the submitted names in the first round of voting. This first voting session will last from Monday to Wednesday night (July 10 - 12)
- Round 3- The top names from Round 2 will advance and be voted on again by users in the second round of voting. This second voting session will last from Thursday to Friday Night (July 13 - 14…
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Hello everyone, and welcome to Name That League! This is a competition that was announced during F3 this past week, but in case you weren't there, here's a quick recap:Read more >
The League of Fantendo Critics (as well as its successor, LoFC 2.0) was an organization of Fantendo users that ran review systems to provide feedback for articles that would otherwise be overlooked. The last time I checked (which was just now, because I'm paranoid), most of those review services have been on hiatus for a long time.
A couple of months back, AgentMuffin posted a blog on the current state of Fantendo (you can read it here), which raised a lot of (in my opinion) constructive discussion in the comment section. In that discussion, I suggested that the League of Fa…