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Hello. Welcome to Final Fantasy Classic. This web site is all about the original Final Fantasy game for the NES, and its endless stream of spinoffs and remakes.

I'm Dr. Unne. I'll be your sarcastic guide. Never compare me to Clippy, or I'll eat your face.

If you're unsure what you're doing here, pick a game in the menu on the left. Please note, the NES section is more complete than the others, and much of the information in the NES section is applicable to all the remakes also.

News
Changes
Aug 26, 2007 03:45 PM PDT, Posted by Brian
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You may have noticed a few changes. I have been working for the past couple months on a redo of the site, to better incorporate the remakes as well as expand the NES info. After yet another change of hosts for my site I decided to go ahead and deploy this new version.

You'll notice many broken links, as usual. But many other things work. For example you can leave comments on any page. Be sure also to check out the NES parties page, I think you'll find it better than before.

Also newly completed is Chapter 2 of the Dawn of Souls walkthrough, taking you through Pravoka.

Leave me a comment if you have any idea or feedback. I'll be working on the site more in the days and weeks and months to come. In the meantime, enjoy.

Testing 1 2 3
Aug 18, 2007 02:07 PM PDT, Posted by Brian
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I am now testing the news posting script I wrote.

Part of the testing of this script requires that I type a large amount of text, so as to test the stretching of the layout tables downward.

To that end, I am continuing to type things beyond what is strictly necessary to indicate that this is a test post.

Eventually I will have reached a suitable amount of text, at which time I can cease typing. In fact that time is fast approaching. Almost here. OK done.

EDIT: OK, now I'm testing whether my script gives me suitable ability to edit news postings. If this text appears, it indicates success. If it does not appear, I have failed at my task. Actually I'm typing more here to stretch the tables further, because the text I typed the first time was not sufficiently long as to properly stretch my news-containing table cells downward. Here's hoping this further addition will suffice.

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