It's generally one of the terms I use when talking to people on the internet.
It's apparent by their choices that they don't have a great deal of knowledge concerning MMO design or the distinct dislike for subscription methods by the MMO community.
Foxes don't bark up trees.
What donors? What marketing team? There are no links, no endorsements, no names. Just the term "marketing team."
I never said you shouldn't. Hold out hope until the Titans rise from their watery graves and return to purge the world and rebuild it in their image. Hope isn't a bad thing and certainly isn't something I'm discouraging.
What I am encouraging is for the developers not to screw this up.
Then a game that has the potential to teach kids biblical truth in a fun, creative, and incredible way crashes and burns. I'd rather not see that happen and neither should you.
And sitting on your cushiony chair, sipping your tea, wearing your comfy sweater, and typing away on your latest novel idea isn't helping either.
Not even a little bit.