The time has come for The Group to find a better name, preferably one that is more descriptive of its duties and/or more creative.
So post your suggestions here! Serious or silly. No inappropriate content, though. Remember, this site is called Royal Road Legends, and we are the tribe of flying penguins.
Nit Pic Tribe
The Review Group/Tribe/Colony
(Note: I've gotten both 'raft' and 'colony' as a reference from penguins)
(I'm just going to add to this list.)
8/15/2015 6:04:37 PMmbrock Wrote: [ -> ]8/14/2015 1:30:13 AMunice5656 Wrote: [ -> ]Haha, my idea was The Royal Review.
Oh snap. I like that one. It's logical, catchy, and it parodies the names of professional editorials. The Royal Review has my vote (thus far).
I've been informed that we're to avoid the word "royal" in the name because it's frowned upon by actual monarchies :(
So vote again. My alternate suggestion is The Penguin Review.
8/15/2015 9:05:07 PMunice5656 Wrote: [ -> ]I think it's serious? I'm Canadian, and I've never heard of that rule, but I don't know anything about law, so...
They can't stop you from including 'Royal' in the title. It's too vague a word for them to monopolise. It's like saying 'you can't include president'.
Besides, even if they do put a bounty on your head, You're in Canada. Canada doesn't care.
But seriously, royal should be completely fine. Even if such a law/rule existed, it wouldn't be able to be enforced online.
8/16/2015 3:41:02 AMunice5656 Wrote: [ -> ]Haha, Royal Road is a problem, but it's kind of too late to rename the site.
It's never too late to change name, although getting that around will take a while. Sadly, we had it coming....
It seems to be a big thing in the british monarchy. So all the british "commonwealth realms" may also be subject to the rule.
United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Antigua and Barbuda, The Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Grenada, Jamaica, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Solomon Islands and Tuvalu
Basically the idea is they don't want people to think we have some relation to the royal family.