AdmralCleo's Xena and Ares Page

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Name: AdmralCleo's Xena and Ares Page
Owner/Maintainer: AdmralCleo
Dates: 1998 or earlier to 1999 (active)
2000 to 2009 (inactive but online)
Type: fansite, Ares/Xena
Fandom: Xena: Warrior Princess
URL: http://geocities.com/Area51/Crater/8193/xenaandares.html (Wayback link)
AdmralCleo's Xena and Ares Page as it appeared on October 19, 2009.
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AdmralCleo's Xena and Ares Page was reputedly the second page ever dedicated to the Ares/Xena pairing in the Xena: Warrior Princess fandom.

Welcome to my Xena Warrior Princess and Ares God of War page. The second page ever dedicated completely to the two characters and their relationship, mainly because I love the show. I also found that there was only one other page out there dedicated to the subject. I know there are other Xena and Ares fans out there so I just had to put a page up. I hope you enjoy my page, it is always under construction so please be patient and thank you for visiting! [1]

The site included commentary, fan fiction, art, photos, quotes, and links, and was notably subtext-friendly during a time when many het websites were not.

[...] I may have left some of you subtext-starved, so I decided to put up a few links for you. These sights are jammed packed with alternative fanfiction. If you have a site you think I should put up here go ahead and suggest it to me. [2]

Although the date the site was originally created is unknown, the main page included a counter that showed the number of visitors since November 11, 1998.

The site was a member of The Ares and Xena Have a 'Thing' Webring and the Science Fiction Creators webring.

Though AdmralCleo's Xena and Ares Page remained online until Geocities closed in 2009, the final site update occurred a decade earlier on March 4, 1999.

References

  1. "AdmralCleo's Xena and Ares Page (Wayback mirror)". 
  2. The Xena and Ares Fanfiction (Wayback mirror) subpage of AdmralCleo's Xena and Ares Page, November 1999. Accessed February 2017.