I know this post is going to offend some people out there but that is not the intention of this post. With that being said, am I missing something? All throughout these boards I'm reading over and over again about people not wanting PvP, lobbying to get the devs to focus more on in depth PvE. While I understand Role Playing in an depth virtual world can be a fun and exciting endeavor, the community must realize there are literally hundreds, if not thousands, of great non PvP games out there waiting for you to play. Unfortunately, this day of age gaming involves farmville and WoW carebears. Being a long time fan of the Ultima series and having been a devoted player of Ultima Online, I think it's egregious how many "Trammel" players are pouring out of the woodwork. Myself and others like me having been waiting for a game worthy of our time since UO implemented Trammel for the children of gaming. The only game to come close since is DAoC (Dark Ages of Camelot). I understand this is not designed as a MMO but the single advantage UO had over all it's successors pre Trammel was that the game was set in a dangerous world. Other players could and would kill you and rob you for your gear. Why are so many people in the gaming world afraid of a dangerous realm in which we can play? Why are players so afraid of dying? No one should be running around full time with their best gear. I didn't take my Silver Katana of Vanquishing to go kills skeletons by myself. That would be ignorant and if I lost a great piece of gear that way, you learn to be smarter. You use gear like that when in a group with people you trust. Learn to be responsible, it's a role playing game and dying should have severe consequences. Why do players insist time and time again to be coddled and protected? WE, the community, the players, we should be the ones defending our realm. I am just so tired of games being "dumbed-down" for the masses. If you want someone to hold your hand through an entire game, stop wasting Lord British's time and register on facebook. I would love to hear feed back on why it is so many gamers are afraid of a challenge. Personally, I'm through with the kiddy games that have been shoved down our throats for the past 15 years.