Site Credits

There are a few people I'd like to thank for their assistance and general niftiness, which helped in the production of this site.

Webmistress Lizzard, of, for her friendship, great practical assistance (particularly with CSS) and generosity with all sorts of stuff.

Kevin Pezzano, for his patience and also for his impatience. *^.^* Not to mention for being my best bearded friend since about 1995. (I use this category so as not to hurt the feelings of my other best friends, who fall into such categories as 'feline,' 'related to me' and 'hard-drinking Scottish-accent-feigning lapsed Wiccan priestess.')

Syrena Doné, of Dilandau's Lair, who supplied me with the character model sheets used in the site's graphics. She's Keeper of Dilandau's Shiny Trenchcoat and a proud Dragonslayer. Go Slayers!

Serena190 of the Shrine of Childhood Evil, who has the best Dilandau image collection and is nice enough to share it.

Mara K. of Team Venus Design, for tutorials and inspiration for graphics.

The fine people of the Senshi Battle Zone, which inspired the Battle Arena. If you've ever wanted to read a bunch of flamboyantly daft fights between the Sailor Senshi and anyone else who comes along, go there! (Minako vs. Buffy the Vampire Slayer is one of my favourites.)

A note on images
Most of the images in this site, mainly the Gallery, were collected before I had any plan to make a Dilandau shrine and just wanted nice pictures to look at, display on my desktop, print out and stick on my university folders like a seven-year-old - in short, I neglected to keep a record of where I got what, because I didn't know it would ever matter.

Personally, I don't believe anyone owns any images for which they do not own the copyright. The vast majority of anime images on the Internet belong to this sorta-public domain. (In other words, they're rip-offs.) If you scanned an image or edited it, though, you put some work into it and deserve credit. If you see an image in this shrine which you feel is yours in this way, please let me know and I will be happy to give you the appropriate acknowledgement, or, if you're really unhappy about me displaying it, remove it.

As for you, my visitors, you are welcome to download any of the images in the Gallery and use them for whatever you like, just so long as you don't direct link to my copies. Please do not take my edited graphics (the layout elements of the pages) as I put hours into their design. (It may not look like it, but I really did!)

Construction Notes
For those interested in such things: this website was designed in the excellent and easy-to-use editor, Claris HomePage 3.0, on an Apple Power Macintosh G3. It has been tested in Netscape Navigator 4.7 and Microsoft Explorer 5.0, and should look okay in both (although I personally prefer Netscape). The graphics were created and/or edited using Adobe Photoshop 6.0, with supplemental use of the shareware application Graphic Converter (whose browser is really useful for when you remember what a picture looks like but can't for the life of you remember the name you saved it under). Opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not necessarily those of Dilandau Albatou; any resemblance to persons living or dead would be really cool. Send pictures.

The starry font in the title graphics is 'Queer,' from Fontalicious Fonts.