I finally have to post here. I been having my account for 122 months. I have never missed a payment. I have not played in over 4 years but i still kept my account up. I do remember the old days. It sucked. I hated it and lost a lot of friends due to them getting killed every time they walked out of town. Still to this day no one ever PK's alone. Always get ganked. Why would someone want to go to fel? Think people like getting ganked. There is no one going there for a reason. 1. Well lets see. You want a old rule set so they made Siege(still not happy) but still you cry because there is no one for you to gank on your shard. 2. Devs gave you power scrolls (still not happy) to try to help you guys get more people to gank but still no one going there because it is not worth it. You can not even find people to do pearless bosses but you want them to go to fel? Yeah right. 3. Devs gave you The Harrower (still not happy) 4. Factions (still not happy) Just what i can think of on the top of my list. I am sure other people can add to it. You think people enjoy that they want to work magery skill to 120 but the only way they are going to get the scroll is to pay 18 million gold for it. How are they ever going to make that? Same as taming (6 million) and other skills. I play this game for housing, crafting and killing monsters with friends. I do go to fel but when i go i am always alone. Can never find a buddy that wants to go there. But you have to if you want power scrolls. It is not fun doing a spawn in fel with 4 people and the boss is 2 minutes from death then 30 reds come and kill you take loot and scrolls ( but yet you still complain) like people enjoy that. Is there a problem with people playing on the shard made for them (Siege). Why can you not just kill each other. Why do you have to kill some one that is walking around with a flute and nothing else. Wonder what you will get next/ Seems like Devs bend over backwards for you people but you are never happy. I think Tram?fel was screwed up also but it is better than what it was.