Sorry! You won't find a myth or legend about pages from a sacred tome hidden away by priests fleeing before a marauding dragon-led army of black-hearted mercenaries while always spouting a prophecy of a mortal destined to slay the serpent.
What you will find here is a key to the graphics I'll use to help navigate through my pages. I'll list and define the various animations I'll be using to indicate page status and genre affiliation.
Still confused? Well, just keep reading and hopefully we'll all understand each other by the time you reach the bottom of the page.
Here are the graphics indicating new and updated information.
identifies new reviews or interviews from the first half of the month.
identifies new reviews or interviews from the second half of the month.
identifies new additions to the pages.
indicates updated pages.
The last animation will not appear in connection to Starfire Reviews because all updates will follow a set schedule: the first and sixteenth of every month.
Each of the review pages will have animations doing their things in the top corners, framing the page titles and content descriptions. For the sake of loading efficiency, I'll define the animations on the Starfire Reviews page, but to see the actual graphics you'll need to visit the different reviews.
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