Early Runescape has an WOW TBC Gold amazing community where just traveling through Varrock or Falador You'd observe so many people doing various things (or going to world 2 to find the places crowded with traders). A lot of people "wasted" time playing many mini-games but now , everyone breaks each game down into gold/hour or the equivalent of xp/hour.
When gearscores started to rise when I was a player, I joined WoW. Prior to when LFG was launched, dps meters were a common practice. I noticed a shift in community that would allow you to avoid toxic people to do dungeons using a simple method of kicking low dps and receiving the replacement in just a few seconds. The problem is even more apparent in WoW in which the "interview process" to cheap Burning Crusade Classic Gold join a group is now a matter of taking a look at their gear, to looking through their entire history. It is now expected to have an experience of four years to be considered for an entry-level position.