Do you know someone who loves Final Fantasy? Who is absolutely obsessed with it? Who has “Final Fantasy is my special interest” on their gift guide for the holidays?
Hi, I’m Ennis, and I love Final Fantasy XIV, the award-winning MMO with a free trial up to level 60, including the heartbreakingly good Heavensward expansion. I also read a frankly unhinged amount of Final Fantasy XV fanfiction because Prompto is the goodest boy. I’m here with my Etsy wishlist to tell you what gifts you should get for your obsessed friend. (more…)
Ennis Rook Bashe is a nonbinary romance novelist, social worker, and cat dad. If you want to read books with badass queer and disabled characters who take care of each other, you can check out their Amazon author page or sign up for their newsletter. For more information about their series following disabled trans people with magical powers, you can follow them on TikTok at @RookTheBird.
If you’re anything like me, there’s less than a week until Christmas and you’ve purchased exactly one gift. Good news! We here at Sidequest have rounded up some fantastic gift guides for the gamers in your life, and none of that boring “top games of the year” or “Best Buy gift card” stuff. Let our staff show you how to really impress this holiday season! (more…)
Madison Butler is Sidequest’s self-proclaimed jock editor. She co-founded the blog Critsumption and once got really into powerlifting via Fitness Boxing for the Nintendo Switch. She tweets at @_maddilo.
Every year the holidays are a struggle for those looking to buy gifts for the gamers in their lives. After all, gamers tend to be very specific about what they enjoy and it can be risky trying to introduce them to new things. Lucky for all of us, here is a list of great gaming gift ideas. (more…)
Melissa Brinks is Sidequest’s editor in chief, co-creator of the Fake Geek Girls podcast, author of The Compendium of Magical Beasts, and an aspiring beekeeper. She once won an argument on the internet, and tweets at @MelissaBrinks.
Struggling with what to get the gamer in your life for Christmas? Have no fear! WWAC Games Editor, Al Rosenberg, is here to help!