these days? I'm generally logging into neverwinter for about 10 minutes a day to pray on my various characters and set up their crafting. I've successfully leveled a guardian fighter from 8 to 30 with just praying and crafting, while I've gotten probably about 20 of my 60 levels on my wizard from praying and crafting...and I stopped actively leveling my cleric at 36, he's now, like...52, 54? just on praying and crafting. It's slow going, but hilarious for how bad my gear is for my level.
Other than that, I'll play Rift, sometimes hop on Star Trek Online for space battles, and if I'm ever in the mood for truely mass combat I'll jump into planetside 2.
Oh, and over this weekend I was in the Arche Age beta. Fun game, I'd love to play it after release (because they're going to wipe the beta progress). My main gripe with it is that it uses a labor points system for...well, everything related to crafting. chop trees for logs? labor points. Mine ore? labor points. Refine ore? labor points. make things from ingots? labor points. break down items for magical crafting mats? labor points and item (which can be bought from a blacksmith). So, you know...you want to build a harpoon ship and go land boating? You're going to probably need to grow the trees, chop the logs, refine it to lumber, mine the ore, smelt the ore, get enough gilda stars (different in game currency than normal cash) to buy the blueprint, build the trade packs for the materials (the ore, the lumber, and the cloth for the sail) and blow out yet more labor points to apply each labor pack.
That said...once you have a harpoon ship, you can beach it on a shore, then aim the harpoon at the land and start reeling your ship onto the ground...and across it...and up mountains. And if you're really good with your aim, you can harpoon one of the air ships that automatically transits across the world to drag your ship through the skyish. But if you want to be really industrious, you would build the harpoon ship, have someone else build a car, and then get your ship onto land, harpoon the car, and have them drag you to your land based destination. The advantage being that you can fit more people onto the boat than the car.