Life is Feudal: Your Own
That said, although it does distinguish itself by focusing on a specific historical period and its limitations, Life is Feudal has characteristics shared by many of the so-called “realistic” sandbox survival games: progression is slow, it's a challenge to learn, and finally, the endgame is simply a more elaborate and protracted version of the rest of the experience. Maybe in the end your community -- if it can somehow survive the raids and attacks from others and finds a way to really communicate and cooperate -- evolves into the Renaissance. I know that I will probably never see it, because I don’t have the time or commitment to find out. Life is Feudal -- like many of its peers in the genre -- is not enough fun or rewarding in the short term, and the long game is only for true devotees.