Realistically, it looks like the AMAs are only open for a couple days at most, usually they're only open for a few hours ...
Creative answers many questions, but they can't answer all of them. They'd never get anything done. So ... any lore that is being produced is really not visible.
If you feel like prying for answers though, all the members of Riot have in game accounts you can try to pester. You could test your luck and send a friend request.
I ... don't understand your post, but maybe I can help.
You have mischaracterized the point I was attempting to make ThorRush, allow me to elucidate what I have written in my last post more clearly for you
- There are generally two types of question asked in a lore revision AMA thread by players, externalized questions that touch upon aspects of a character that has nothing to do with its story or revisions ("How does Soraka feel about the color purple?" or "Does Soraka like Icecream?" or "Would Soraka rather go sailboating with Twisted Fate or General Darius?") and secondly internalized questions raising praise or concern with the actual crafting of the story, as we see a lot of in past pages of this conversation ("Have you considered that the way you now portray Soraka will negatively alter the ability of players to connect with her, or preserve a suspension of disbelief?").
- While there is a potentially unbound number of externalized questions from players seeking fanfiction opportunities or to draw attention for themselves as job candidates, there are a limited number of internalized story issues brought forward as important problems by players worrying about the fidelity of the game universe. These issues being brought forward by players are overwhelmingly ignored in favor of focusing on externalized questions in the AMA for the half hour or so the lore team deigns to skim the comments.
- The players seeking injunction upon bad inclusions into the storyline are not "forced to" participate in the thread, but are led to doing this out of a love of the gameworld and a desire to see the lore progression succeed where often in modern television, cinema, and games the story fails during rewrites or sequels under the weight of hasty and bad craftsmanship (The Star Wars prequels being an excellent example). The new Warwick and Soraka lore contains obvious logical holes and does not combine well with inalterable aspects of other characters.
- When challenged in the past with dramatic story problems by players it has been the lore team's response to ignore the criticism and release the lore unchanged anyway, as will likely happen with the lore of Warwick and Soraka despite an outcry by several players who will never be answered in their feedback. The concerned players use their spare time to attempt to stop bad decisions from being made, the lore team uses its spare time to play "happy wolfpeople lovetime quest". The idea of failing to deliver in their duties to form a compelling story is clearly not keeping the lore team up at night, which is a pity because in fact in the opinion of many players they are failing. I further went on to suggest in deeper illustration of this idea that member of the lore team are goofing-off on different internet outlets, by this I did not mean that they were rapt and waiting for valuable interaction with the players on the subject of doing high-quality work. I mean that they are watching the intellectual equivalent of stupid cat videos. What gives credence to this idea? Economic productivity reports on what sites employees commonly waste time on, secondly the poor quality of the lore output clearly lacking foresight or care recently (as well as flow or musicality), and thirdly the past instances where champion designers have felt the need to create lore themselves for champions as a primary director, like Leona and Diana, in what is in effect a no-confidence vote for the resident lore experts of the company. Fourthly in some cases we actually have access to viewing the pages of the lore team on time-wasting sites and it would seem that they mainly seek to capitalize on the name-recognition brought by their titles to gain a wider attention for their own personal musings on subjects non-related to the game League of Legends, and fifth-ly Zileas has mentioned that Hollywood television writers were recently brought in for Project X, where, as we know, all the previous lore team besides Babaganoush remains intact and has had several months without producing anything publicly to either work or "explore the concepts" of lore improvements, which again doesn't seem to place confidence in the abilities of the lore team.
- This thread is the designated and public discussion space for players to talk about and give feedback to the lore alterations with credible response, and to suggest all players take their concerns privately to back-channels to replicate the same queries over and over again is neither efficient for the players or the members of the lore team, nor is it realistic in assuming any response where individuals working for RIOT will not answer on the record in the forums.
- Lastly as some AMAs exist where every question is answered, it seems rather rude and disrespectful to both those with externalized and internalized contributions to suddenly and invisibly leave-off response so players are left waiting for the rest of their lives for answers. I doubt there are enough users of the lore forum to keep a thread going at the length you suggest is possible, but if true that champion AMA's could span months they could easily be closed to further interaction with the lore writers with an announcement post.
- For these reasons I dispute this thread being called an "AMA", what the lore team now offers are "AMANIWASAUTP's (Ask Me Anything Non-Important Within a Short and Undefined Time Period). For the level of exchange possible these threads are not worth participating in for those with story-relating concerns.
... Well, I guess I'll try to respond. Your largest point is hard to read though, it should have been several points. Here we go ...
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