User:Dr ishmael

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This user "Dr ishmael" prefers to use the enhanced profile.

User Dr ishmael icon.png Dr Ishmael

Elementalist Takashi Kimura

Mesmer Mazda Roxananov

Warrior Pedro Smashalot

Ritualist Suzume Kimura

Assassin Yuuri Masuda

Necromancer Mototaka Segawa

Dervish Laughing Kookaburra

Paragon Scion Of Longinus

Ranger Im Not Tamit Dammit

Monk Minty Pumpkin

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Graaagh[edit | edit source]

Admin This user is an Administrator.

Yep, I'm an admin here, as well as one of the main go-to people for wikicode issues (templates, DPL, etc.). I have a shoepuppet account, Dr Ishmael, that I sometimes use for testing stuff. I also have a bot account, Bot ishmael, used to perform Bot tasks and various maintenance duties as necessary.

Credit[edit | edit source]

The layout of this page and the basic design of the navigation tabs were inspired by User:Ereanor.

Parts of the character template were inspired by Cavalier's and Lensor's templates.

About me[edit | edit source]

Male.png Tony, age 39

Conway, Arkansas
Solutions Developer - Sort of a jack-of-all-trades programmer.
Delivery Expert - You give me a tip, or I feed your pizza to my cats.
Chicken. Not because I am a chicken, but because I command an army of chickens. Don't ask, it's a long story.

I have been playing Guild Wars since my then-girlfriend (now wife) told me about it after the first Beta Weekend Event back in October 2004. The feature that hooked me was that it was free, but the reason I kept playing is because it's fun. I don't play as much anymore, but I still hop on for most special events (I'm also part of Nick's voluntary slave labor force). My wife Jink is the leader and I am an officer of a small RP guild called the Wind Riders [WIND].

In-game[edit | edit source]

See the tabs to the left for articles on my characters, including background, armor, builds, titles, etc.

Technical stuffs[edit | edit source]

Yes, I know how to extract most textures and some text from Gw.dat. Click here to learn more.

The best tool I've found for running multiple instances of GW is here. Works flawlessly with the new -character command-line switch, unlike the tool I'd been using previously.

Randomness[edit | edit source]