You know what would make FF so much better? A save file system. Its not anything complicated (Or so I think), and you can find it in a lot of other games on Roblox. Dark Blox, Retail Simulator, you name it. The concept is pretty straight-forward too, if you don't know what I'm ranting about. Start off the game playing in one save file, then when you re-open the game some other day, you have the option to continue on that file or start a brand new one. This could really help end-game players who've explored the Frontier through and through, and experience the reward in completing the game (for the time-being, before a new update comes crashing in).
In addition, it could save people from making multiple accounts in order to play a different 'Class'. I was reading some comments on the Wiki today, and noticed someone who made an entirely new Roblox account just to play as a Ranger. I myself, did the same. I made 2 other accounts to play as a Mage, and a Melee. It was so annoying having to switch between accounts, that I burned the paper that had their username and password. Talk about true rage.
If you haven't noticed already, Fantastic Frontier is losing players. In its peak time, it used to have around 700 ~ 800 players grinding away day and night. Now? Around 150, and it doesn't change. Though the dedicated community have stood with this gem of a game through all its tough times, (lag spikes, I'm talking to you. Even though you haven't been fixed, and probably never will), most casual players dropped the game when they met an issue.
So, why not reward the vets? (And maybe reel in curious players with a new feature?). Let the vets feel that sense of rewarding once again. The save-file system, the update of the ages. Hey, why not?
Uh, I didn't read this over so its probably littered with mistakes and errors. Sorry.
And finally, this is my own opinion. (I couldn't find the underline). If a rant like this offends you (Somehow, no idea), sorry, but.. eh.