HOW TO USE THE UBER-XENA FF CONTENTS GUIDE
Reviewer can be reached at email@example.com
Last modified: November 03 2012 12:33:13
The tables use the following classifications and symbols:
[Alt] - alternative story.
[MJ] - Story features Melinda Pappas and Janice Covington from the episode THE XENA SCROLLS.
[LS] - Lost story no longer available on the web. Review is in the Lost Stories Index.
N/A - Not available - used when something like the time or location isn't clear from the story.
? - A question mark after an entry indicates that this is a guess.
CONTENT NOTE: The tables include information ONLY for the uber stories I've reviewed. For other uber tales check out the various Xena fan fiction indexes. The tables also include information for the original online fiction I've reviewed. These are stories which may or may not be considered uber-Xena by their authors.
TITLE FIELD: Uber titles I've reviewed are listed in alphabetical order with any leading articles at the end of the field. The titles are linked to the corresponding reviews.
AUTHOR FIELD: Author names are listed in alphabetical order. In cases where there are two or more authors the entry will appear multiple times once for each of the authors in the appropriate alphabetical locations for each author. For instance, the title WESTERN CHRONICLES (THE) written by B.L. Miller and Vada Foster appears twice in the author column - once under the name B.L. Miller and once under Vada Foster. Author names are linked to the Author pages except in cases where the author's stories have all been removed from the web and I'm no longer maintaining an author page for that bard.
TYPE FIELD: Alternative stories are indicated by an "A" in this column. General stories will have a "G".
MJ FIELD: The MJ field is used to identify Mel/Janice stories. Clicking on this column will display a list of the Mel/Janice stories I've reviewed.
UBER-XENA FIELD: This field describes who the uber-Xena is or what she does in the story.
UBER-GAB FIELD: This field describes who the uber-Gab is or what she does in the story.
TIME FIELD: This field indicates the approximate time period in which a story takes place. Whenever possible I tried to provide a specific time period here. If the story kept this vague then I used the terms "Ancient" to refer to a period dating back to Ancient Greece or before, "Dark Ages" to refer to the Dark Ages, "Medieval" to refer to the Middle Ages, "Modern" to refer to a period within the last couple of decades and "Future" to refer to a time any number of years in the future. In this column, if a story takes place in more than one time period, you'll find a title repeated. The story will appear under one time period and will then be listed again under the second time period.
LOCATION FIELD: This field indicates the geographical location of a story. Whenever possible I tried to provide a specific location. If the story contained no geographical references then I listed the setting here (i.e. a city, jungle, room, school, etc.). In this column, if a story is set in more than one location, you'll find a title repeated. The story will appear under one location and will then be listed again under the second location.
Copyright © 1997-2010 Lunacy - All rights reserved.
The contents of this Web document may not be used or reproduced in any form
or by any means, or stored in a public database retrieval system, without prior
written or electronic permission of the author.