Okay, as I understand, Bioware Mythic is planning on selling the new Britannian ship. Now, yes, you will be able to get it via Community Collection (ie: the one part of the game that cries "Please script me!") if you're willing to put a LOT of time into it, or you can spend real money on a limited time purchase. I have several issues with this... First, it's the Britannian ship. Why in the name of Britannia would THAT be the most difficult to obtain ship from an in-game standpoint? Most of us would consider ourselves Britannians over Gargoyles or Tokunese. Second, Bioware Mythic, just barely more than 45 days ago, sold us the High Seas Booster Pack, and now they want MORE money out of it? I mean, I suppose you could equate it to "regular version" and "collector's edition," but this sort of seems to be a two-fisted punch. Third, obtainable through the Community Collections? Really? I mean, again, no offense, but what casual player has a chance in hell of getting anything worthwhile from the system? Sure, you can argue that someone else could script it, put it up for sale, and then the "casual" player could buy it for tons of gold, but again, it becomes an issue of "casual" players don't have that kind of gold. I don't know... there just seems something bass ackwards about this approach to keeping UO afloat.