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    Default archive of late 90s/00s JRPG/anime fansites?

    I really miss visiting a lot of shrine sites. Or reading about the stories of people who made/moderated/contributed to them. Or even the random drama that could unfold www.lunarthreads.com/viewtopic.php?t=255&start=0

    I realize there's the waybackmachine but is there a broader compendium of these sites from back in the day?

    Something like this would be awesome https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OyTPAN7uvoU&t=12s

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    What a great reply

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    I was always sad that I missed the... what was it, Fool's Gold era of EoFF?

    Turn of the millennia had some really great internet chat and forum moments.

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    It really was great. The Wild West era of the internet where forums were king. I still cling to the old ways but most everyone has moved on.

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    Whatever mod deleted the original bot reply is a scoundrel and a coward

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    Oh my god, I knew so many people like that. What the hell was it about the early 00 era anime/video game fan that made people so catty? People were just discovering the tsundare trope and decided to wholeheartedly absorb its essence even when the behavior makes no sense



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    I'm afraid I don't know of any compendium but I share the nostalgia for the humble (yet often very ambitious) fan site of that era.

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