A Twitch Streamer who likes to draw, sing and just about anything that allows them to give their creativity an outlet.
Dedicated healer active in FFXIV, Destiny 2, Warframe, and occasionally SWL.
Hello, I’m Epic42. You can just call me E. I write, stream, and draw Shadowlings.
Neph is a writer, designer, and streamer. She also likes to design escape rooms, especially the kind that reinforce educational concepts. She’s friendly and probably won’t bite, if you see her roaming the internet feel free to say hi!
Hello! Do you like meticulously personalizing your in-game wardrobe? Want to learn more about Fashion Check and its members? Have you ever wished you had the powers to summon an army of shadows to do your bidding?
Well, I might not be able to help with that last one, but if you said yes to the first two questions I have great news! Fashion Check Gaming now has their very own website! With it you can look up where and when you can get your fix of fashionable hijinks.
Whether it be where members are on Twitter or Twitch, what other talents members of Fashion Check have, or just Shadow’s favorite cookie recipe… The website is live for you to explore.
We are Fashion Check.
The resident crazy dragon lady.
Hi there! I’m Violet and I’m the one of the purple loving menaces that plagues FC! I do a lot of FC’s Secret World Legends events and I try to show up in everyone’s stream chats when I can. I love to make puns and have fun, but I’ll do my part for the group when it’s time.
I may be learning, but I’m a proud member of Fashion Check.
Fashion Check Gaming started as a joke between four friends playing The Secret World. When gearing up for a dungeon run, someone would inevitably be taking forever, only to admit they were holding up the group to change their character’s outfit. It became a running joke to call for a “Fashion Check” before entering a dungeon, because what good was fighting monsters if your outfit didn’t look appropriate for the situation?
Over time the small cabal grew to include more people, bonding over the fact that, while your character’s stats might fluctuate, your fashion could be whatever you wanted it to be without combat repercussion. Fashion Check began to group up in more games, such as Destiny 2 and Conan Exiles. Many members have some sort of creative pursuit, whether that is in Twitch streaming, art, writing, or coding. One thing remained constant across mediums: the Fashion Check crew will always cover each others’ backs when someone needs to stop and do something for the aesthetic.
Mochi does streams, and other things too. Usually tired, always glittery, often to be found yelling about queer indie games.