Calebrus here. You can call me Cale, that's what friends and guildies have always done. I'm a gamer from the Midwest. I like long walks to the gas station, vanilla ice cream, and pie. I love RPGs, but I despise the traditional tab target style games and the rotation style gameplay (ala WoW, SWTOR, etc), so I was never a fan of many of the big name MMOs. They're just too boring. Recently the market is getting more into active combat styles, and as such my enjoyment of MMOs has grown. I've tried many different MMOs over the years, but the only ones that I really enjoyed were the following: DDO - played back at launch for year or so, came back after f2p for a couple more years - probably te closest thing to a traditional MMO that I actually enjoyed playing, it was a fantastic game until TR and Epic Levels ruined it Tera - if it weren't for the rotation style inherent in their combat system, I would probably still be playing from time to time Gw2 - a great game until you got to cap and realized that it wasn't nearly as deep as it seemed at first glance DCUO - I still play this a bit, but only because it's so easy to jump back in As a huge fan of RPGs in general and of the Elder Scrolls series in particular, I was uber-stoked for ESO. Until I got into the beta. After three BWEs, I will not be buying the game upon release. This saddens me. I really *really* REALLY wanted to like ESO. That left me with a void to fill. When I first heard about WildStar a little over a year ago, the little I saw left me with zero enthusiasm for the game. I just wasn't interested in WildStar at all. But while looking for a new game I came across WS again, and now that there was more info out there about the game, the more I saw, the more I liked what I saw. What originally looked to me like a boring system now appears, upon closer inspection, to have everything I am looking for in a game. I am now comlpetely sold. I generally like small to medium sized guilds, because I'd rather find a good group of people that I like to play with rather than a huge group of people that all want/need the best gear immediately and would stab each other through the heart to get it.... and I've generally found large guilds more likely to contain the latter.