Just with anyone, in real life or online, you can't expect to join and be the closest of friends with everyone, where everyone knows your name. It takes time, and effort from your part. Especially your part. I think your issue here isn't this community - RPG Maker Web is one of the more inclusive communities there is. Your issue seems to stem from yourself. I remember a darker period of my life where I'd play MMORPGs, and even though I saw other people play, I felt lonely. I wasn't talking to them, I was too scared to ask them to join my party, because it felt like I was bothering them. So essentially, I made zero friends in an environment that made it all too easy to make friends. I even stopped playing some of them simply because I just couldn't make any friends on them. I played World of Warcraft fro two weeks, and didn't make a single friend. It left me with bitter memories. But of course, the fault lied with me. Not the community. I was the shy wallflower hoping someone would drop out of the sky and befriend me. I expected friends, and was sorely disappointed when it didn't happen. When I saw everyone around me having fun playing with friends, I still couldn't get a single person on my friendlist. Of course, luckily, I changed I made the effort to go to popular hang out spots in games, and I'd talk in allchat. I'd involve anyone around me, I'd crack jokes, i'd ask questions, and simply have a lot of fun. Soon, I was dragging people to go along with me to 'glitch hunt', and I was known for the "tree girl" because I liked glitching myself onto the top of a tree, and made it a challenge to see if anyone could do it as well. We'd spent hours trying to get on top of a dayum 3D tree in a game. I made friends, I'd ask them about their life and their day, and we got close. Now years later when I'm 26, I still play online games, and my friend lists are so full I need to kick people off of it. I have a pretty wide circle of friends who enjoy talking to me and playing with me. But I didn't get those friends sitting on my butt hoping someone would recognize me as this awesome person. I put myself out there and became a friend first and foremost, before I could call someone else my friend. I'm still meeting new people each day, but that's because I make the effort to do so. I'm moving to a new city in a few weeks. I'm going to see if there's a D&D group that's active that I can join, and take some sewing lessons just for the heck of it. Friends don't fall from the sky, and loneliness doesn't cure itself. Only you can make friends. And hey this is an awesome community, stick around, help some people, post in discussions to get people to remember your name, I promise this isn't as hard as it seems.