Greetings, and welcome to my little corner of this vast repository of knowledge. I've been active in the Guild Wiki community for almost 3 years now. My involvement here is mainly of the "clean up typos and formatting" nature, as I can't be bothered to actually design new pages.
My various characters have unlocked every item and acquired all Core/Prophecies/Factions skills (and all but 3 ritualist skills from Nightfall). People in my alliance have dubbed me the "Ultimate Explorer of Everything", which isn't all that much of a stretch since I have 15 Grandmaster Cartographer titles and 3 Legendary Cartographer titles. I occupy something of a "revered guru" status in my alliance. One guildmate has actually created a mock religion around things I've said (At least, I hope it's just a mock religion).
I'm a bit of a pack rat/philanthropist with a love/hate relationship regarding my stuff. I come to loathe everything I've deemed too good to sell (Read: Anything you'd hesitate to sell straight to a merchant) that sits unused in my inventory, until one fateful day where somebody takes it from me! I'm free, free at last! Free to....find something else to gather virtual dust in its slot until somebody else does me the immense favor of taking it. Thus the great cycle of loot continues. Huzzah!
Using an extremely casual system I've determined the cost of replicating me is well over 3,085k. Apparently I'm fantastically wealthy (I consider myself merely "Well off"). I mention this mainly because I don't farm and I've never charged people for anything from day 1 (be it items, assistance, etc). Farming is boring, and asking people for money just rankles me for some reason (in game anyway, I'm an avid capitalist in real life). Apparently nonstop farming/trading isn't the only way to succeed at Guild Wars: Playing it like a game instead of a job works wonders.
Now feast your eyes on formatting I (mostly) didn't create!
This user is an officer in Shatner's New Order of Borealis guild.