Adventure games and isometric RPGs are doing rather well at the moment, thanks to the nostalgia-tinged Kickstarter explosion. MMOs, on the other hand, cost loads of money, which might make you think they're unsuitable for the relatively low budgets of crowdfunding. Camelot Unchained disagrees. It's a planned MMO from City State Entertainment - a studio founded by the ex-Mythic dev Mark Jacobs, lead designer of Dark Age of Camelot and Warhammer Online. It's set in a post-apocalyptic fantasy world, hence the "Unchained". Good job they didn't call it Camelot Uncut. That would be a very different game.
Dark Age of Camelot
Mark Jacobs, the former longtime boss for Mythic Entertainment and designer of Dark Age of Camelot, is picking up a fight against predictability by arguing for the merits of increased randomness in MMOs, including his upcoming PVP-centric project Camelot Unchained.