Welcome to Librarium Online!
I have been here at LO for a little while now, and i feel that i should contribute some feedback regarding my personal unbiased opinion regarding LO.
LO looks suburb graphic wise. It is clean, and looks very professional, and coming from a graphics art background, is one of the main reasons why i decided to register in the first place. The forum layout is generally very effective and well thought out, yet i am not a fan of the Log-in feature along with Inbox notices being shoved on the left hand side instead of thier old place on top. But i am sure there is a good reason for this. There are of course some clipping issues regarding posted pictures and the Affiliates Tab on the left, but most of them have been fixed.
LO Magazine is in my opinion, better reading than the now cheesy, glossed up billboard that is White Dwarf. I enjoy reading the articles and i would like to thank the LO Magazine team for their constant quality work.
The general population here at LO is amazing. You can post army lists, and within minutes get detailed comments from experienced veterans who genuinely want to help you. You can post questions regarding painting or converting, and get helpful advice from professionals and links to great articles. You can kick back and enjoy some relaxed chat in general forums, or detailed intellectual discussions and debates in the enhanced forum. The mods and admins are not power-hungry tyrants as some are in other forums, and for that i am thankful.
Thank you guys for making this site what it is, i enjoy spending time here, and if it continues the way it is going, i will be here for a very long time.
"In dedicato imperatum ultra articulo mortis"
Thanks We really appreciate feedback like this and we wil always continue to make LO the best choice for tabletop gaming
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Thats nice to hear, Legionanaire, really great :yes: Thanks :lol:
But we aren't going to rest on our laurels, there are still things we can improve, and right now its feedback we need. So guys, if there is anything that is 'bust' let us know so we can fix it.
Ryan Dancey, Vice President of Wizards of the Coast, believed that TSR failed because of "...a near total inability to listen to its customers, hear what they were saying, and make changes to make those customers happy." Are you listening, Games Workshop ?