Well, full honesty up front: I hit the prime of my MMORPG activity several years ago in World of Warcraft and I will probably never return to that level again. But casual to moderate activity is possible, & having a group to play with is probably the incentive I need to seriously try another MMO and actually level a character.
I rolled one character earlier in the year, I have no idea how I designed it anymore. But I stopped immediately after the starting area, so adjusting or rerolling to suit any role would be no problem. In Warcraft I do nothing but DPS specs, so I could try for being a controller or a tank for something different. But anything would be fine depending on others' preferences.
To those reading this that are on the fence on giving it a shot, I'd just say...hey, what's to lose? It's free. It's got superheroes. What the heck. That's the conclusion I came to after kicking this around for a bit.
I would suggest that it's not the medium, but the quality of perception and expression, that determines the significance of art. But what would a cartoonist know? -Bill Watterson