Affiliates

My affiliates are quality sites dedicated to characters from Final Fantasy X and X-2 (…and Squall). They are some of the first sites I’d like to send you to after you’re done surfing through my site, as they will help give you a greater understanding of Tidus and Final Fantasy X. I hope you check them out.

Interested? I’m no longer actively looking for affiliates, but if you’re interested in affiliating with Poltergeist, shoot me an e-mail.

 AntiheroDedicated to another Final Fantasy lead, Squall Leonhart of FF8, Antihero is Poltergeist’s brother site. Stefi and I like to make up reasons to affiliate our various sites, and this totally makes sense to us. Recently revamped, Antihero is home to tons of media and a variety of unique analytical essays that will make you view Squall in a new light.

The Foundational Elements of SpiraThe Foundational Elements of Spira is Snow’s unique site to the aeons of Final Fantasy X. The site is highly speculative, but that is what is so amazing about it. It’s also grounded and supported with fact. I found Snow’s thoughts on the aeons, the four elements, the fayth, and sacrifice in Final Fantasy X incredibly interesting and thought-provoking. I also enjoyed her unique view of Tidus and his determination to stop the sacrifices. Great stuff and an awesome read. A+.

 Lunar ShadowBrittany’s Lunar Shadow was this site’s very first affiliate in 2007. Although it’s now somewhat inactive and incomplete, don’t discount it; there’s a lot of interesting stuff here to see. The biography, the page on Tidus, and the in-game guides are particularly interesting reads. Brittany says she plans to come back to this site, and I can’t wait. She really loves Yuna, and I know she’ll do something great.

 NocturneNocturne is Sofia’s in-depth tribute to Shuyin, Tidus’s look-alike of Final Fantasy X-2 fame. The shrine is one of a kind from its unique layout to its engaging essays – Check out Contrast for a particularly compelling read. What’s so cool about the shrine though is Sofia’s personal touches; she even interjected famous quotes above her menus from people like Shakespeare and Aristotle.

 PearlI love Janice’s shrine to Lenne from FFX-2. It has everything from interesting reads in a unique group of essays to a gallery and a jukebox. Pearl is what Janice calls a product of speculation, as Lenne’s story isn’t really told. That’s what makes this site so interesting, though. I can really tell Janice loves Lenne and spent a lot of time thinking about her. That’s something awesome to find in a shrine.

 Roses Have ThornsWhat I love about Ava’s shrine to Lightning from Final Fantasy XIII is her obvious understanding and appreciation of the character. Ava knocks down common misconceptions about Lightning, and highlights Lightning’s character in informative and engaging articles. I enjoyed reading her thoughts and theories about Lightning and the game, particularly those brought up in Societal Subtext, where Final Fantasy X gets a mention. The whole site is a great read. Check it out!

 Sen no KotobaA lot of great sites are dedicated to FFX-2’s Lenne. It’s weird to think she’s only an NPC. Sen no Kotoba is Stefi’s nostalgic tribute. It breaks down Lenne’s character in a clear and thorough way. Though Stefi has plans to revamp this site in the future, there’s a lot to be seen and enjoyed, like the large media section.

 Song of PrayerSheila is more known for her Rinoa fansite, but her Yunalesca site is a great read that should definitely not be overlooked. It was written years ago, but it stands strong today, delving into the Japanese version of the game, covering Yunalesca and the mythology of Final Fantasy X. It’s interesting to say the least. In addition to essays, there’s a wealth of media to be viewed.

 WillWill, Chrissy’s shrine to Yuna, is Poltergeist’s wife. Chrissy is my FFX buddy, and I was ecstatic when she told me she was making a Yuna shrine. I proposed marriage almost right away, haha. Chrissy loves Yuna as much as I love Tidus, and it shows in her shrine; she puts so much of herself in her writing. The sections I enjoyed most were Smile, Moon, and Stereotype, but read the entire shrine. It’s awesome.

Woman in Black Woman in Black is Cherri’s shrine to Lulu, FFX’s resident black mage. Lulu is a character that never really got a lot of love online, so I was ecstatic when Cherri announced her shrine. Cherri look at her shrines as character studies; it’s always interesting to see what she will decide to write about. The Symbolism pages on this site really stand out as great and interesting reads.

The Sent

Poltergeist has been affiliated with many great Final Fantasy X sites over the years. Although the following sites are no longer online, I want to pay them a small tribute, as many were made by friends, and these sites motivated and inspired me to make this site what it is today.

 Bewitching Dream Image Faith Imperator Ligne De Vie Overdrive Solaria Upbeat Soul

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