I'm curious about the kid-friendliness of Everquest II Extended. Let me explain the situation.
My wife and I are casual gamers, as is our ten-year-old daughter. The three of us often explore virtual worlds as a family. Collectively, we've spent time in Club Penguin (so so) and Wizard 101 (awesome). More recently, my wife and I have started playing a bit in EQ II Extended after our daughter goes to sleep.
At first glance, the game seems very kid friendly. The gendered representations are refreshingly non-sexualized, the violence is strategic but not gruesome, and the quests are cleverly worded. In the free-to-play extended version, general chat is locked down but we can communicate when we group up together. Considering the fact that we always game as a family -- and she never explores the virtual world alone -- it seems like a safe and positive environment for family play.
What do others think about this? Are there other families who have experience with EQ 2?