The staff of Final Fantasy Forums are pleased to at last announce that Issue 1 of our very own magazine, 'Timber Maniacs', is finally live and ready to be accessed.
Final Fantasy fans are accustomed to waiting. At this very moment, you are likely all waiting for the elusive Final Fantasy VII Remake. Patiently waiting is part and parcel of our very existence. We live for the announcements, we live through the long waits and the many delays but typically the goods are finally delivered. In many respects, we are like a miniature Square-Enix. We announce an ambitious new project and after a protracted period of time we are pleased to present to you the final product, albeit with far fewer DLCs and season passes.
To access the magazine, simply follow the link provided above or you can alternatively click on Laguna's face. Please avoid hugging Laguna all at once. The man is delicate, frail and may come down with very inconvenient leg cramps.
'Timber Maniacs' is the brainchild of namely one of our site administrators, @Dionysos. While at this juncture we cannot say for sure whether or not the initial idea was conceived in a drunken state of stupor, an overwhelming collaborative effort across the board, from intense graphical design work to attaining content contributions from members of this community, successfully forged ahead over the course of months to produce a digital magazine with a clear mission statement. We cannot thank all contributors and project leaders enough for making this collective effort possible.
We aspire for 'Timber Maniacs' to be a seminal project where we can both discuss many facets of the Final Fantasy franchise as well as communicate our forums' very own unique culture to readers and other Final Fantasy fans out there not yet accustomed to our little madhouse. In essence, this is part of the forums' way to say hello to the rest of the internet before we inundate innocent eyes with the veritable joy of our de-facto mascot, Timmy the Turtle, and our abundant treasure trove of fanart and GFX galleries. Final Fantasy Forums after all is more than simply a message board. We are first and foremost a community and this magazine seeks to convey to the internet who we are.
Standout contributions and must-read articles include:
- Mythology Manual; The Carbuncle - exploring Final Fantasy's cute gemstone critter
- Shakespeare in Final Fantasy - come read the Spoony Bard's influence on Final Fantasy
- KupoCon - including all the fun, the laughs, the madness and what to expect on the horizon
- Moogle Murder Mystery - the grisly tale of murder, severed pom-poms and selfies
- Fashion Critic - the chronicle of some of Final Fantasy's worst dressed fools
- FFF Mascots; Timmy the Turtle - the story of how FFF's most cherished mascot character came to be
- and more!
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