I am tired of being told (not in these specific words) that my gripes are not worth the devs' time, and that my opinions of terminology and accuracy are not worthy of attention. Inaccuracy leads to confusion. Veteran players are the only ones listened to, and I am not one of them. This game seems to be all about vanity of the players, and not about much else. The graphics are great, and the "Virtues" are great, (if only people would live them in RL), but games are supposed to be something people can turn to to relax/escape the burdens of everyday life. This one does not do that for me. The music feature is really cool, but tedious. I found myself logging in, getting the 3 day blessings, then baffled what to do next. I'm not a min/maxer that can go solo everything, and while I enjoy group play, I am not good at gathering others. I already know my social limitations. Wondering what to do all the time is not entertainment, escape, or relaxation, just monotony. I have discontinued my sub, put my homes in storage, and will most likely never return. I have found another game that while does have some frustrations, provides a soothing environment (sailing to other lands). Episode 2 is supposed to have ships and mounts and other lands, and supposedly will come out by the end of the year, but here's November, and how much of it is out? (I payed for early access, so what exactly did I pay for? Nothing worth my $20, that's for sure.) Some friendly (hopefully constructive) advice to the devs: There is a reason the big game companies are big. Less than 20 people attempting to support hundreds doesn't work well, but I'm sure your bottom line doesn't mind it. Rather than suggesting a feature, then taking 6 months for it to come out, try developing a feature first, QA the hell out of it (this is where you need to hire play testers like most other companies have), and then release it as a working surprise. It's great that you take player suggestions, but this too can be done by QA testers/community managers. Also, your patch notes with almost every release describe features already in the game that the players have noticed (maybe save releasing them until the actual patch day?). Advice to the other players: Be well, be prosperous, and listen to each other. Live the virtues that are portrayed. Even though some of you don't need help with anything, check your friends list and send a tell inviting someone along. They will love you for it. Fare thee well to all. Edit: I will not be reading or responding to any replies posted here, so don't waste your time with them.