if you want danger, try proly eve or archeage
if you want exploring, try maybe eso, lotro or gw2
if you want atmosphere and interesting quest, try secret world
edit: if you want interesting crafting, try ffxiv, istaria, ryzom, haven & hearth …
for me that "feature" would be ever-changing world, in all senses of that word.
terrain would be reshaped by players and events, mobs/npcs would have their own goal they would try to achieve "independently" of players, players (overall) would try t…
Originally posted by KaitarBesh EQ2 Crafting is one of the more advanced I've found. It's sort of like a mini-game and can be pretty challenging to make mastercrafted items. You -have- to pay attention to what you're doing or you'll "fail" and end u…
it depends how you define cheating - if simply by breaking rules then yes, if by trying to gain unfair advantage over others then no.
for example when i used to play muds, it was on most of them forbidden to multiplay, but since it was sometimes ha…
Originally posted by Azaron_Nightblade 7 Days to Die.
It's not an MMO, but it has far more good stuff than the ones you mentioned above. And you can find a server to play on with other people (or make one yourself for you and your friends).
if your main interest is in "harvest, hunting gather and building things" and you are not hanging on graphics too much, you can take a look at the following games too:
haven & hearth
Originally posted by ReallyNow10
Vanguard had the quest hubs leading you about with trivial quests. That's what kept it from being an EQ successor for me.
actually he didnt, at first, they added them later trying to get more subscribers