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As promised in the last post: new site! I’ve opened a fansite for my favorite Water-type Pokémon, Gyarados, called Level 20. The site itself ended up being as much a reflection about the series itself as it is about Gyarados, and as a result it’s a lot more personal than my other Pokémon sites. Enjoy!
Rare Candy and my other Pokémon sites have been updated to reflect the new site.
I’ve also edited the sites section on the main network a little, although I’m planning on revamping it with the next layout. The coming soon section features my overall plans for 2016 in rough order of when I’d like to get them done. (Now that I’ve said that it’ll never happen that way, but oh well.)
A few minor updates at Class Select today; I went through the member list and removed members who weren’t linking back, and tidied up the coding. There are also a number of new link buttons available.
I’m hoping to make more such “housekeeping” updates to the network in the coming weeks. Watch this space.
Happy new year! Have a site for one of my favorite legendary Pokémon, Latias: Soul Dew. I had a lot of fun building it; I haven’t worked on any new Pokémon sites since last May and I’d forgotten how enjoyable they are. Rare Candy and my other two Pokémon sites have been updated to reflect the new site.
I’m working on a couple of different site projects right now; my inspiration is kind of all over the place at the moment (as it does). This was just something fun that I could get done quickly in between working on big stuff.
There are also new button donations at Fury Cutter, Imprison, and DIVIDE from Megan of like-knives.org ♥ I am super late in adding them, but thank you again! I also have a new layout for redcrown.net to put up from my Amassment Secret Santa, but I need to do some recoding first; it’ll be up soon.
Productivity continues! Fury Cutter, my Scyther fanlisting, has now been converted into a fansite and moved over to the pkmn subdomain. Like Ninetales, it features several information pages and an expansive picdex covering every game Scyther’s been in. These were really fun projects, and I’m glad I took the time to do them — I had a blast building both sites. Back to the to-do list now!