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From an interview with PC Gamer..
"At this point in the evolution of MMOs, every MMO has tried something at one point or another that you're going to do in your game. There aren't any more truly innovative features." ~Firor
Anyone who feels that way should get out of any sort entertainment industry. They should realize they have no place doing anything remotely creative. From this quote alone, I would say that any MMO he's in charge of will be worthless. He should just be an accountant or something, not making games.
Also, practically answers my question as to how much creative power he had over DAOC, during most of its core development. I'd guess close to none, but that he probably did have a lot to do with TOA and the less catastrophic but just derivitively lame Catacombs.
When I want a single-player story, I'll play a single-player game. When I play an MMO, I want a massively multiplayer world.