Like I said I want to jump, run, climb, fight on walls, swim, whatever.
You can do most of those in city of heroes/villains.
Run...and super run
Climb...I think you can use ladders, it's been a while since I played it
Jump...and super jump...and fly even.
swim...you can do that
You can even teleport if you want to.
Yeah, I've played a lot of mmo's and they all do seem to be the same. With the exception of city of heroes/villains. It uses some of the same concepts, but presents them in an interesting and unique fashion.
For instance, there is no real inventory. You get items that are attached to your powers to augment them (Reduce mana, increase effect, long DOT, so on and so forth)
This changes the gameplay up more than you would expect. It is all about what power to use, and when depending on how your chosen powers are set up, not who has the better sword. I've seen the blaster archetype (basic ranged) be played intirely differently with the same powers. One player basically maxed damage, so it only took them two hits to bring something down, but they would have to wait for things to recharge and run out of mana. The other reduced mana cost and cooldown as much as possible and basically kept up a constant barrage of attacks that brought enemies down quickly.
Most MMO's don't really let you customize how the powers work, only the ones you can use.
Grinding is also a little different in city of heroes/villains. It's not so much about camping a spawn, as it is clearing a dungeon. You basically get a randomized mission from a cantact, and go complete it in a dungeon somewhere. If it's a hunting quest and not a dungeon quest, hook up with another player that is headed to a dungeon that contains what you need. You will both complete your individual quests at the same time.
These games also weren't filled with jackasses from what I remember of it. If you asked for help you usually got it, because the other players directly benefit from helping you. Hell, if you are short on money you can hook up with a lower level character (temporaraly lowering your level to theirs) and trade all xp gain for cash. A lower level can also hook up with a higher level as a side kick (their stats are raised to the one level less than the level of the mentor) and they gain extra xp while the mentor is close by.
I thik city of heroes/villains is probably what you are looking for. The only reason I no longer play it is because of the monthly fee.