After coming across the phrase ‘imaginary battles’, I immediately registered this .com address. I had absolutely no clue what I was going to do with it. A personal site? No; been there, done that. A portfolio? No; forgot all of my coding and design skills. A gaming forum? Very close to being a yes, but I figured that I didn’t want to put all of my time and energy into making the forum popular. The domain had been idle for nearly a year, and I still didn’t know what to do. Simply put: Imaginary Battles began on a whim with no particular reason, or direction. I kept contemplating each and every idea that ran through my mind—Imaginary Battles can be this, can be that, can be all of this and that and more! But alas, nada. Then from out of the blue it came to me: Imaginary Battles should be a blog! I, along with several others, could write about any and all things that interest us. And thus, Imaginary Battles was born. —Jenny Volcaer
Name: Jenny Volcaer
Bio: Jenny is a dabbler of sorts with too many interests to boot. She is all Californian, inside and out, but knows next to nothing about her own state. She is a photography major (Brooks Institute of Photography) turned multimedia design major (Academy of Art University) turned literary arts major (San Francisco State University). She is the originating owner of KungFuGirl.com, which was a fairly popular site until it was taken over by dot-com vampires. She spontaneously breaks into song in real life, because she believes that life should be just like a musical. She loves all things Star Wars & Doctor Who, as well as indulging herself in graphically beautiful video games.
Bio: The Fleece is a galactic wanderer originally from New York City. He enjoys Psychedelic Music, secret art, Handheld games and being King of Cats.
Name: Therese Bataclan
Bio: The Giddy Biddy is a disillusioned English major, botany dabbler and writer. She enjoys cats, movies about ghosts, and embroidered cardigan sweaters.
Name: Nina Penalosa
Bio: Nina is a quasi-narcisstic-twenty-something that loves fashion and all things nerdy. She often blends the two together and writes about them in her blog Le Fancy Geek. Nina also loves to destroy cookies, talk like a lolcat, all things pop culture, and knows Disneyland better than the back of her hand. Nina is a self-professed Disney Dork, Potterhead, and Whovian. She
secretly hopes that one day a big blue box will land in front of her house and a time traveler will pop out and ask her to follow him throughout all of space and time, and she’s still waiting for that damn letter from Hogwarts.