I chose my username b/c I wanted to come up with a cool username when the name-change update came, and I came up with TheeDeathCaster; thought it was cool.
Although, I miss my old username: stormdragon23
That came from when I played W101, b/c the Thunder/ Lighting class - there was a dragon spell - looked awesome to me, and was the most powerful when I played, so I went with stormdragon on R, but it was already taken, so I chose to add 23 at the end, thus how I came to stormdragon23.
(I miss my original acc name. T-T If I had the R currency, I'd change it back. Ah well.)
@ChipioIndustries I've played that game. Obbies are my favorite on ROBLOX, and all I'll really play anymore. I never truly got into it though, but I think I remember playing it when I was younger in 2012. If it wasn't that game, it was a game that reminds me of it.
The auto-generated images are free. In this event, to prevent people from flooding Roblox's image moderation queue it was necessary for them to set a limit. It's rather disappointing, however, seeing auto generated images entering moderation queues, but I can somewhat understand Roblox's stance on the issue.
As before with the auto generated images, a user may make a rather inappropriate place and the thumbnail clearly presents that. In fact, this exact issue occurred on mother's day (of 2014 I believe it was). Since the good chunk of the people that would play those games were young immature boys, those games made it to the front page rather quickly. As many can tell Roblox's moderation team did not appreciate this and took them down. Personally, though, I believe Roblox should have implemented the auto generated image moderation within days of the event but some other event may have lead to the institution of this feature.
From a parent's perspective, the website might be seen as a place with relaxed guidelines on user creation and try to prevent their younger children from playing. Additionally, parents, people in general, want to see what they are paying for. If a parent were to go to the front games page and, like the issue I just described, saw the content of that nature, they likely would keep their child off of Roblox and not purchase Builders Club or Robux.
There also comes into account the legal aspects as "adult content" isn't supposed to be easily accessible to minors. For a website designed for kids, there is that chance of legal issues and the possibility of lawsuits.
The topic may go more in depth and there may be other reasons behind the regulation of auto generated images but these are some key points I believe seem logical. I am not a Roblox employee myself and I certainly am not speaking on behalf of the corporation. I am simply expressing my insight on the topic and welcome anyone to provide their opinions on the matter.