First I want to thank everyone for the support and the great site!
I am a long time user of the forums and as a newcomer to the wiki I'm happy to be able to post this.
I am a college student from the Fall of 2011 and I am a big fan of Final Fantasy XII. I started gaming back in 2003, with games such as Half-Life 2 and Starcraft. I have slowly been getting into more and more Final Fantasy games, especially VIII and IX. The completion of the remaster has made it so much better, and I am so glad that A Realm Reborn is coming out. I really enjoy the game style and the story, and I really hope that it proves to be a success. I am glad that I am able to make a small contribution to the wiki, and I hope that others are able to find this wiki.
Final Fantasy has been a big part of my life for many years now. I started on a PS1, and have progressed to a PS3 and now a PS4. I found the wiki a few years ago, and I've been lurking around ever since.
I have been playing the game Final Fantasy X for over a year now. I really love the story and the characters that you can meet and the world that you can explore. I really enjoy the combat and the interesting battle system. I'm trying to learn more about Final Fantasy and the wiki has been a great resource for me. I'm hoping that I can continue to contribute to the wiki!
I have been playing Final Fantasy IX for a few years now. I've been wondering if it was time to start posting, so this seemed like a good place to start. I really enjoy the writing style, the story, the characters, the music, the environments... I've been playing Final Fantasy for a long time, and I have been looking forward to this game for a long time.
I would like to contribute to the wiki by writing something about Final Fantasy IX. I really like the game, and I think that writing about it will be a fun experience! I've been looking around the wiki a little bit, and I think that I'd like to use this as a resource.
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