Despite not being a pure PvE player, I have accumulated some advanced characters in guildwars. Something that all have in common is the lack of "vanity items" or titles. My main goal is to try out and master every possible part of the guildwars campaigns - not to look good while doing it.
Take a closer look at my characters and some of the builds they run.
Guild Wars Wiki
On the Guild Wars Wiki, my edits are all over the place, but there is a concentration on policy talk pages. More people should take part in designing those policies, since they can have a huge impact on the wiki.
Some more detail about my stances on policy issues is here.
The old ANet namespace suggestions are archived in my userspace.
Fully hooked on GW2 now. If I ever log into GW1 again, it will probably be to give a guild mate materials to upgrade his HoM. It has been a good run! --Xeeron 16:33, 4 December 2012 (UTC)
GW in its umptheens year and I finally am the first to get a new weapon. Yay. Notice I don't understand the weapon info box. qq. --Xeeron 12:19, 1 October 2011 (UTC)
Last DoA run, Mallyx's Reaver dropped. Inventory full, where to store? How about putting it on an unused hero? Yes, my Dervish's Jora is ideal. Never used. In fact, still has starting skill set. Lets put it there ... err, already wearing Kanaxai's Edge. Too many greens! --Xeeron 22:58, 3 February 2011 (UTC)
I thought my GW character's titles were awesome. Dude, was I wrong. --Xeeron 13:44, 31 October 2010 (UTC)
"Enforcer of centimeters"
The martial name might suggest otherwise, but Strike Force is a very social guild. We are around since the last millenium now - an incredibly long time in the internet. The main reason being that we are not a group of players bound together by the will to succeed in any given game. We are a group of friends bound together by our interest in each other. I have no doubt that SF will survive long after Guild Wars is only a memory.