Long ago in 1993, I decided to buy a game called "Final Fantasy III" for my Super Nintendo. I had played Mystic Quest when I was about 4 or 5, but couldn't quite understand it. Now, I was 9 and my brain was developed enough to take part in the many wonders made available by a lovely company called Squaresoft. The music, the story, the characters, the bosses, all perfect. To think I thought RPGs sucked, I only bought it because the moogle on the front looked rad. So glad it did. From there, it was Chrono Trigger, Final Fantasy 7-9, at which point I bought the collection with previous games unreleased in the states at the time for my PS. Then X, and Chrono Cross, and every other in between. I can still see my little room around me, like a cacoon of imagination drawing me toward the screen. FFXI was no different, it relit my imagination at an age I thought it could not. I was already out of high school. My close friends even decided to give it a shot. It was my first MMO and I loved it. . . now I'm 25, married, busy.. my imagination is withering. WoW just doesn't seem to do it for me and FFXI has become too time consuming. The little free time I have to play, I just read a book and have a smoke instead. Please Square, free me from this world of subpar story lines and madden games. Allow me to hear Kefka's laugh once again.