MMO Fashion is a network of visual databases for massively multiplayer online (MMO) games where the game community helps populate the database by uploading images. In addition, the sites maintain a character gallery of user-generated fashion and creations. The main page, MMO Fashion, is a blog that covers information about each of the other sites.
We created the sites because we enjoy playing MMOs and want to help out the various gaming communities. We’ve continued to add additional games even though we don’t have the time to keep up with every game because we believe these sites are useful to the community. Unfortunately, that means we must rely on user submissions to help keep the sites updated.
Please note the game companies do not give us any special access to items or test servers. We pay for our own subscriptions and all in-game shop purchases. We have the same access to live and public test servers as any other fan site. All images available on the network are taken in-game by Exile, Dulfy, or users who have submitted them to the site.
The MMO Fashion network is separate from Dulfy.net and does not share resources or ad revenue/donations.
These are the games we currently cover:
|Star Wars: The Old Republic||TOR Fashion||20120501|
|Star Wars: The Old Republic||TOR Decorating||20140518||20140613|
|Elder Scrolls Online||ESO Fashion||20140130||20140227|
|Guild Wars 2||GW2 Fashion||20140130||20140527|
|Blade and Soul||BNS Fashion||20150707||20150802|
|Black Desert Online||BDO Fashion||20150616||20160202|
These games we may or may not cover in the future:
|City of Titans||COT Fashion||20150821||Fall 2018|
|Destiny 2||Destiny Fashion||20170502||September 2017|
|Moonlight Blade||MBO Fashion||20170105|
|Soul Worker||SW Fashion||20161220|
These games we took a look at and decided not to cover:
- Devilian – Devilian Fashion
- Final Fantasy XIV (FFXIV) – FFXIV Fashion
- H1Z1 – H1Z1 Fashion
- Revelation Online – RO Fashion
- Riders of Icarus – RoI Fashion
- Skyforge – Skyforge Fashion
- Star Citizen – Star Citizen Fashion
- Tom Clancy’s The Division – Division Fashion
Lite sites were a failed experiment of character gallery only sites that we started to fill a gap in that particular gaming community. These were games that have been around for awhile and we either missed the opportunity to cover them as full sites or decided not to. Unfortunately, the lack of a visual database doomed these to failure and we deleted the sites to save resources.
|DC Universe Online||DCUO Fashion||20160223||20160223|