Allow me to do a quick off-topic, as I would like to respond to this part of the message above. I definitely agree with you! But from a more realistic point of view, there's a close-to-none playerbase that would actually like to cooperate on Metin2.
The mindset is quite simple: why would I wait for someone to help me if I can do it alone, without sharing any possible profit I can get from playing the game?
Let me reference again that I do concur with what you just said, and between playing alone or with somebody else, I would pick the latter option. However not you, nor me, nor any of us here are the ones who make the difference on our possible servers, but the ones who actually play them, and have been playing all of these years.
As the private scene of Metin2 grown up, several QoL modifications have been seeing the light. Changes the community seems to like, some of them are, indeed, great and a must have. However, these have gone a bit too far, though, apparently, they defined a new standard on the scene.