Developers love to talk about how the worlds of their mmo games are vibrant and packed full of exciting events. On the flip side, players love to have something exciting to do and taking part in dynamic events or other global actions serves to immerse the player more fully in the game and ramp up the excitement level. The focus today seems to be on having a game start various dynamic events when certain triggers are hit, such as is the case in Guild Wars 2. While such events are enjoyable, they are quite predictable. While online games have progressed in terms of technology, sound, and graphics, they have actually fallen behind in the sense of connectivity between developers and players in terms of in-game events. MMO-Play explain why players miss developer-run mmo events.