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Last time I played a MMORPG (not counting Legends of Equestria which isn't publicly open yet), it was Onigiri, it looks pretty nice, there's cute stuff and you can run around.Warning: may contain cute fox girls who may or may not be barely clothed
I've heard good things about Aion - but I wouldn't have had anywhere near enough time to try it myself.
FFXIV is the first one that comes to mind, I really enjoy it (although there is a monthly fee).
Guild Wars 2 always good, and there's a free version now. If you want to upgrade, it's a one time payment instead of a monthly fee, so that's a plus.
And finally, EVE went free to play recently. While I haven't played much, I know a lot of people who have a lot of fun with it. Just make sure you follow the subreddit and find a good corp to join once you're done with the tutorials. I can link you to an anime-related EVE discord server (warning: I'm not active/I only lurk on it, so no one would really know me (also I don't go by pimath on discord)) if you think you'd be interested. There are several corps that have a userbase there.
On a side note, I think I remember around 2007 that there was a way to make RPG Maker games into MMORPGs. A plugin allowed you to mod the RPG Maker launcher or software to add online capabilities. I dunno if it's outdated for today connectivity standards and if it's safe, though. On top of that it was on a French RPG Maker site that no longer exists since long ago IIRC. Had it been for RM2K3, maybe I could have made Illusiat Online
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