I finished my homework early today (at least, what’s due tomorrow) so I decided to log back in and rack my brain of all those Fantage blogs that I used to follow. The blog that I have vivid memories of is probably FantageVille.
I decided to visit the site again, and saw Princess MooMoo’s Last Post before she quit blogging, and I realized that it’s been just over 3 years since it was posted.
It’s been three years already? Honestly, it feels like it hasn’t been that long. I remember stumbling across her blog in late 2013, and I followed it all the way until its end. It’s crazy to think that countless others have left after her, and all of them were people who loved blogging just as much as she did.
She inspired me to blog, too. I thought it was cool how she made posts about Fantage events not to gain attention, but to help others simply because that was what she wanted to do.
I was a lonely kid who didn’t have much friends in real life, so I isolated myself, stayed in my room and played Fantage all day
and did movie tryouts.
I figured out a considerable amount of things on my own during events, and I decided to post them because hey, maybe someone would look at them. Even thought only a handful of people liked the post, it gave me a feeling of satisfaction that I helped someone. I began to immerse myself more into the community and met lots of people who were like me, and I even began applying to other blogs, if not to talk about Fantage then to talk about other things in pop culture, or even life.
Then, an “epidemic” came over the community, and Fantage bloggers seemed to slowly disappear one after another. Some of them announced that they were leaving, but some simply just vanished.
Readers became emptier and emptier, which leads me to now.
The only blogs I see posts from (out of the 39 that I’m following) are this blog, Seasons Memories, Plants n Tea, and occasionally Fantage Spy.
Shout outs to @Moonshinezodiac, @Mangos, and @Cloud82 for still being decently active in this community, honestly. I enjoy hearing from you guys!
I mean, hopefully you see this post LOL
On another note, Fantage has reached ten years! It’s kind of crazy to think that I’ve been registered since March 1, 2012, and I still log on every few months. Honestly, I would probably log on every day if I had a better computer…
Just because I don’t really like what they’re doing right now, they still have my support. Fantage was such a big part of my life, even though I shed a few tears from it. I hope they’ll have a game-changing event soon 🙂
In the meantime, I’ll drown myself in Nintendo, Voltage Inc., and arithmetic games :3
and studying ahahahaaaa
See you around!