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Camelot Unchained Revealed

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Author: gylnne

Camelot Unchained: The Gamer's Bill of Rights

Posted by gylnne Friday April 19 2013 at 6:46PM
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The folks over at Zam had a nice write up on CSE's recently released Gamer's Bill of Rights.


City State Entertainment has made a bold move, yesterday they released the "Gamer's Bill of Rights" where the company made quite a few promises to its fans and followers. This is labeled as the first draft, but it seems safe to say that the "Gamer's Bill of Rights" is a code of conduct for the team behind the coming Realm vs. Realm-centric MMO, Camelot Unchained.

Something like this demands a little respect for the company, it is obviously yet to be seen if they will be able to uphold their promises, but showing that they care is something not many people seem to do anymore. In all, the document has eleven promises; my favorite is promise #3, death to the gold sellers! Okay so it didn't say that, but we all know that's what they meant, right?

City State Entertainment is still a collection of humans, they are going to make mistakes, they are going to be wrong at times, but they are not going to lie. This is rule #1 of the Bill of Rights, so far so good.

Rule #2 and #4 sort of go hand in hand. #2 states that CSE will always be responsive, this appears to be referring to their customer service. Although they are limited by their puny, mortal bodies, CSE will make sure that its staff is always large enough to answer you as quickly as their fingers will allow. #4 explains that the staff at CSE will be playing Camelot Unchained, even if they suck. They hope this will keep their team connected with the game, and the players that make that game worthwhile.

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