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Patrigan
07-25-2013, 10:45 PM
You can always find an updated list of fansites on the wiki:

http://hextcg.gamepedia.com/list_of_fansites


To Fansite owners:
A wiki is free to update by anyone. This makes it ideal for a list of fansites. You don't have to hope that the OP will update soon.
You are advised to register/log in before you make any changes.
Rules

Site must provide regular Hex content
Site may NOT break any rules set by CZE.
Site must be active. Sites are deemed active if a post has been made within the past 2 months.
Inactive sites must be moved to List of inactive fansites.


You can find more information on the bottom of the wiki page.

Alzorath
07-26-2013, 05:35 PM
Kinda disappointed by the "Site must provide only Hex Content" - its pretty suicidal for a youtube channel to rely solely on one game or specific content subset unless it ends up being a 'sole provider' of the content. (for blogs and such, I can understand, but yea)

Patrigan
07-27-2013, 02:08 PM
Kinda disappointed by the "Site must provide only Hex Content" - its pretty suicidal for a youtube channel to rely solely on one game or specific content subset unless it ends up being a 'sole provider' of the content. (for blogs and such, I can understand, but yea)

"Only" might be a bit too strict, however, sites that once in a lifetime provide a single article on hex can't be regarded as a fansite. How about "Primarily"? Or better yet "have a big focus on"?

You must understand that this can't be a vehicle for a random gaming site that just once every two months says a word or two on Hex, right? There must be a subnstantial focus. In the case of a Youtube channel, for example, it could be a recurring thing, perhaps even with a set schedule?

What is your opinion?

Alzorath
07-28-2013, 05:49 AM
"Site must provide regular Hex content" would probably be adequate (though then you'd have people stretching the definition of "regular"... but saying "at least weekly Hex Content" might be setting an awkward state where people scratch out the bare minimum just to be on the list)

Patrigan
07-28-2013, 09:31 PM
"Site must provide regular Hex content" would probably be adequate (though then you'd have people stretching the definition of "regular"... but saying "at least weekly Hex Content" might be setting an awkward state where people scratch out the bare minimum just to be on the list)

Fixed that :)

OutlandishMatt
08-05-2013, 10:31 PM
How would I go about adding another category? I would like our site, http://www.thresholdpodcast.com to be added but would like it added under the category, Podcast.

Patrigan
08-06-2013, 09:27 PM
How would I go about adding another category? I would like our site, http://www.thresholdpodcast.com to be added but would like it added under the category, Podcast.

Added the category. Feel free to fill in the rest of your info :)