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The Purifiers

September 05, 2015

demoIn the Millennium of Purification, a group of Elves and Dwarves join forces to purge the world of the dark magicks they themselves once helped unleash. Is there a chance to make up for their sins of the past and restore order to the world? Find out in the serial fan fic: The Purifiers.

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Reference Scrolls

May 05, 2015

demoSome of the most viewed pages on this site are the O.C.C. List, Race List, and Skills List, all for Palladium Fantasy. This includes material from the various books, along with which book they're located in. This is an invaluable resource for new and experienced gamers alike.

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September 05, 2015

demoWhether you're new to the site or a long time fan but can't find an old favorite, feel free to check out the Sitemap. This is a list of all the pages on this site to help navigate you through your trip into the fantasy.

Site Credits

There's no way I could've made this site all on my own. This contains all the information on the wonderful people and groups who helped make this site possible including artists, fonts, site designers, and more.


Special Thanks

Before I thank anyone else, I need to thank Palladium Books, as this site is dedicated to the wonderful worlds they've designed. Without the hard work they put into creating such imaginative settings, this site would not exist.


Website Template

Versatility Web Template by i3dTHEMES is a major part of this site. Not only has their template made it possible for me to host such a wonderful design, but their technical support was pivotal when I hit a roadblock. The current version of this site wouldn't be possible without their help. This template is pay for use (which I have done).


The Logo

The Living the Fantasy logo is thanks to the following:

1001 Fonts: Camelot Caps for the "L." This is designed by "Lime" and Free For Personal Use (FFP), which includes fan sites.

1001 Fonts: Metal Macabre for the rest of the text. This is designed by "BoltCutterDesign" and Free For Commercial Use (FFC), though this is not a commercial website.

Palladium Books: The knight fighting the dragon logo is from the original The Palladium Role-Playing Game (sometimes referred to as Palladium Fantasy 1st Edition). While some digital editing was required to make it work for the logo, this is NOT my picture. The picture is property of Palladium Books. I'm merely using it here to help capture the feel and to help promote their products. The image can also be found used here.


Flash Images

There are 8 flash images on a few of the pages. The artwork used is thanks to:

Image One: These are the official Palladium Bookmarks, Set One and Palladium Bookmarks, Set Two. While I edited the images to make them the desired size, these images belong to Palladium Books.

Images Two & Five: Thanks to the MadManMike who gave his permission, as well as Jerell who commissioned the second image and also gave his permission for its use here. Note: I edited/cropped images only to make them fit.

Images Three, Four, Six, & Seven: Thanks to el magico -- darklorddc from the Forums of the Megaverse, who offered a series of "unofficial and free" desktops. Note: I only edited/cropped images to make them fit.


Zoom Menu Icons

Artua on IconArchive: The six icons that make up the Zoom Menu, the treasure chest that makes up several headings on the page, and a few other icons (located in the panels to the left) are courtesy of Artua. The icons are free for non-commercial use.


Background Image

Planets (Joomla template): The background image for the entire site is taken from the Planets template for a different web design program, Joomla. The template falls under the GNU License, which (to my understanding) allows me to modify it and such. So I've used the one background and altered the color scheme to help give different pages their own unique look while keeping a singular theme to the site as a whole.


Guest Book

Smart Guestbook: I wasn't happy with my old guest book, so I looked into new options. This one seemed to have both the features I wanted and free! Granted, I do pay the yearly fee to remove ads, but that is a personal preference and a nominal charge (in my opinion), which I gladly pay so you're not disturbed by annoying ads.