Aren't humans capable of doing other things besides killing each other (or monsters or demi-humans or robots or whatever)? Isn't killing normally the last resort in any given situation for most reasonable human beings? Just saying.
EDIT (5/3/2017) - Here's a list of what I've accomplished in MMORPGs:
2009 - level 55/55 knight/warrior in Runes of Magic (first mmorpg to which I devoted myself)
2010-2011 - level 60 paladin in World of Warcraft (I was too bored to continue) 2015 - level 50 warrior in WoW (I was too bored to continue)
2013-2014 - level 95/95 paladin/weaponsmith and level 95/95 troubadour/I forget which craft. Level 50 something berserker. Had level 95s in most crafts also. (First mmorg to which I subscribed)
2014-2017 (on and off) 9 multiple level 70 characters in Neverwinter (I got 4 of them to level 70 through mostly just invoking and leadership). 3 I invoked from 60 to 70. Only played all the way through Elemental Evil with 2. My rogue went back and did it after he was 2.5 IL for the boons. level 70 3.6k IL Guardian Fighter, over 4k if you count his legendary Black Dragon Ioun Stone Augment companion. 2.5 IL Trickster Rogue. I only spent around $170-180 on that pile of trash game.
I've tried or sampled many other mmorpgs, but none of them were fun enough for me to devote myself to them.
So, I think I've killed enough in mmorpgs. I want to be able to do something else most of the time (or at least some of the time). But not just as some distracting side activity placed there to try to delude me into believing I'm actually playing a role-playing game.
Or think about this way. What sort of role-playing games and activities did we enjoy or at least participate in as children?
Playing House/Doing Chores (Inside or Outside)/Helping w/Cooking/Feeding the Pet - Peasants/Food and Raw Material Gatherers/Producers
Doing Crafts - Tradesmen
Playing with Blocks/Lincoln Logs/Legos - Builders (Architects and Engineers)
Taking Things Apart and (Hopefully) Putting Them Back Together - Fixers (Repairers and Mechanics)
Playing Monopoly - Bankers/Investors
Wandering around the Neighborhood/Playing Hide-and-Seek - Explorers/Survivalists
Operating Lemonade Stands - Merchants
Music Lessons/Dance Lessons/Choir/Plays - Entertainers
Riding Bicycles and Go-carts - Pilots/Drivers
Playing Cops and Robbers/Voluntary Physical Exercise - Soldiers
Going to Church/Temple/Some Sort of Religious Service - Priests
Playing Operation, Putting Bandages on Booboos - Doctor/Physician
Going to School/Learning Academics - Scholars (Historians, Mages or Scientists/Inventors)
Telling Other People What to Do - Rulers/Nobility
Getting in Trouble - Criminals
Putting Up Posters or Stickers on Walls - Decorators