I remember how in awe I was when I first logged into EQ. The idea of a gigantic persistent world where you could interact in real-time with other people was so ridiculous of a concept that I didn't believe it at first. I kept checking if the characters I ran into were actually real people and not NPC by hailing everyone. EQ is crazy. It is one of the cheapest forms of entertainment I can think of. $15 per month to have a gigantic world to play in, with almost limitless content. But people are so focused on beating each other and being ahead of each other that they complain when they can't log into a specific server for 20 minutes. There are countless other servers. There are countless other games. You can get hundreds of games for a few bucks on steam. It's so ridiculous to see people demand things and threaten if they can't log into this specific server right this minute. Especially when the queues happen with almost every TLP launch. I actually get the boxing and botting complaints. I complain about them, they actively ruin the experience on the whole servers. But the complaints that one can't log in for a day, in a game that is over a decade old, is so ridiculous.