- For your reference, I played World of Warcraft from beta pretty much until December 2011, though I had a couple of breaks and at the end, I wasn't playing much at all. I also played SWTOR for a couple of months.
- Bartle: EASK. That's somewhat unfortunately since PvP is probably the easiest way to have fun in short spurts, but it's just not my style. Exploring, crafting, and questing are what I've spent most of my time on. I've done dungeons and raiding, but they will be very limited (if at all) when you only have one night a week.
- I can afford a monthly subscription game, but with such limited play time, it seems wasteful, particularly when there are so many Free-to-play (in name, anyway) games out there. I'll have no problem paying for additional content, but since I won't be playing that much, it shouldn't be difficult to end up paying less than $15 a month on some games out there and still have fun.
- However, I am open to a limited subscription. There is appeal in starting a WoW trial account and getting a bunch of Horde alts up to 20 since I played Horde very little in all the time I played.
- No (or at least very limited) huge grinds when on such limited time, but I don't find crafting or harvesting to be a grind (even though I know others do).
- I'm hoping part of the fun of this will see how different games that might play great when you have a lot of time might not work on limited time. For instance, I enjoyed SWTOR at first when I put some hours in during beta and at the beginning, but once I limited my time, I found it was difficult to pick up the story where I had left it, though I guess the story had lagged some at the same time, too.
I'll appreciate any help I can get and feel free to ask questions that you think will help you figure out what I might like!