I'm not but still, there's another similar game, and considering Disney beign a big company, and likes to keep a reputation with being kid friendly and family safe, I don't know how good they can do it.
Lets look at it this way.
Things that might hold PotC MMORPG back:
1: It's a brand, it's restricted by the movies.
2: Disney likes to keep a family friendly image.
3: Disney isn't exactly good at video games. Ok, they suck at video games.
4: Big company's are more careful, they don't like risking something as possibly offensive(even if it's an accident that noone noticed happened) so that may limit content. They have a time limit and inspecting so much takes time from programming new things.
5:This is only Disney's second MMORPG, and so far it's MMO's are it's best games. Toontown is extremely glitchy and things jump around and such.
6: Social Interaction may be limited. Lets face it, Disney, to keep things "safe"for everyone may limit speech, or other social interactions such as crews or grouping. Toontown had the world's dumbest system of chat. Even freinds talking to one another via freind codes had text filtering. WTF?
It looked good at first, but the more you look atr it you realize that any other pirate game is probably going to beat it, so long as the other place has a clue what they are doing.
best thing Disney did, ever? The dubs of the Miyazaki films.