As I've been reading through some posts a couple topics always had me bringing up the options we could have to alter our characters after the creation screen. Months or even a year down the road we may get kind of bored with the way our favorite character's hair looks, or the color the of Mechari crystal in their head, or we think our Draken needs bigger horns. We may even decided that we really didn't like the name we picked out. There hasn't been much information from Carbine about it. So, some things I would like to see...... Changing Names It would be nice if we could change our character's name. Even if it's as a microtransaction in a cashshop. Many people will probably take advantage of it. It can be a easy to implement source of income for Carbine as well. Changing Appearance There should be an option somewhere in the world where we can alter our character's appearance after the character creation screen. Anything from changing the color or style of hair to giving our draken longer horns. Guild Wars 2 kind of went the "Give us more money!" route by selling total makeover kits in their cash store, but I think most people prefer some kind of "Tailor" in the world. It could act as a gold sink this way to help balance economy. We could even have a tailor type piece of furniture for player houses. Changing Paths I kind of have my doubts that this will ever be implemented, but it doesn't hurt to think about it. A lot of new players will pick a path and, after half a dozen levels, may decide that it's just not for them. I like the idea of the Explorer path, but I never liked jumping puzzles. At the same time, a high level character may have completely reached the apex of their path and want to try a new one on that character without making a new character. Likewise someone could reach a certain level and discover there's just way too many settlers running around. It would be nice if they had an option to retrain into another path from an NPC in world. Switching paths would lose all progress on the old path. None of these things would have to be in launch. They could be saved as an update months afterward. For the most part they're just little quality of life things.