Ludonarr joined the USWP fairly quickly in his career, having remembered them from his youth. "I faintly recalled them being top dogs when I tried eRep before." He was, however, most impressed with their current recruitment efforts: "However, when I joined they were the ones that messaged me with more than just, 'Hey join us, we're fun.' They answered my questions and helped me learn how to play the game the right way."
He got some good reviews of his first few articles, then became very active in the USWP. Party President Othere took notice and found Ludonarr a job as soon as an opening popped up. It wasn't long before Ludonarr was a member of the USWP inner circle, and he served as USWP member of Congress and as USWP Spokesman.
The Unbroken Circle began publication titled "Dissonance". The first few articles were very much a role-play narrative of Ludonarr's first steps in the game. He says that he did this to gloss over his lack of knowledge starting out, and that some readers seemed disappointed when he moved away from that format, but he feels that it is for the best. He focused on writing opinions on issues of the day and also using his paper to publish USWP articles. His paper was noted for liberal use of Calvin & Hobbes comic strips.