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A series of posts critiquing AE’s management style (anonymous writers).

Is There Anybody Out There?

Posted by Chickencowlord on June 30, 2013

I have returned, a much changed man of course. The years have been kind to me, and I find myself now in the midst of one of the most exciting moments of my life. However, throughout the years I was never able to forget this small, I supposed ultimately unimportant blog. United Lore as it is has become obsolete. Many blogs have gone above and beyond the goals we had once originally thought. Furthermore, sites like Tumblr, promoting user accessibility as opposed to having greater control of your content. Nonetheless, United Lore was a dream that in my opinion does not deserve to die. What exactly it is that we shall become is uncertain, but it is my hope that this blog may indeed be resurrected. Any who have interest in joining me in this project should email me at chickencowlord42@gmail.com. I pray that this blog will again see the light of day and provide honest, accurate feedback on games, be them Artix games or games of every other sort.

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AE – A Collaborative Critique: Part 4

Posted by Zeke on November 10, 2009

These are written by anonymous writers, who choose to remain so. I am merely a messenger of sorts. If any of the following posts offend you, please do not place the blame on United Lore, for it may be us hosting the post, but it is not necessarily our own thoughts.

These posts are basically critiques on AE; be it the games they host, their management, etc. It can be seen as a type of “shout out” to AE, an attempt to try and improve the status quo where it need be improved.

The 4th writer is, again, writing about MQ.

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MechQuest – Lacking the “Mech”?

Posted by Zeke on November 9, 2009

We all know how MechQuest came to be: Artix always wanted a game based on giant, armed-to-the-teeth mecha. What we see today as MQ fufills that.

At least, only to the bare minimum.

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AE – A Collaborative Critique: Part 3

Posted by Zeke on November 7, 2009

These are written by anonymous writers, who choose to remain so. I am merely a messenger of sorts. If any of the following posts offend you, please do not place the blame on United Lore, for it may be us hosting the post, but it is not necessarily our own thoughts.

These posts are basically critiques on AE; be it the games they host, their management, etc. It can be seen as a type of “shout out” to AE, an attempt to try and improve the status quo where it need be improved.

This next writer, under the alias of Rayne Mysthawk, is talking about AE’s moderation system.

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AE – A Collaborative Critique: Part 2

Posted by Zeke on November 5, 2009

These are written by anonymous writers, who choose to remain so. I am merely a messenger of sorts. If any of the following posts offend you, please do not place the blame on United Lore, for it may be us hosting the post, but it is not necessarily our own thoughts.

These posts are basically critiques on AE; be it the games they host, their management, etc. It can be seen as a type of “shout out” to AE, an attempt to try and improve the status quo where it need be improved.

This second episode brings yet another analysis of MechQuest; in particular, Westion.

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AE – A Collaborative Critique: Part 1

Posted by Zeke on November 4, 2009

A note about the following “episodes”:

These are written by anonymous writers, who choose to remain so. I am merely a messenger of sorts. If any of the following posts offend you, please do not place the blame on United Lore, for it may be us hosting the post, but it is not necessarily our own thoughts.

These posts are basically critiques on AE; be it the games they host, their management, etc. It can be seen as a type of “shout out” to AE, an attempt to try and improve the status quo where it need be improved.

This first writer is criticizing the current state of MechQuest as a whole.

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