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User:Sabardeyn

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Personal Blurb[edit | edit source]

Ok, their is no "ifs", "ands" or "buts".... brevity is not my forte. However, with that in mind my concept of using this wiki is one of "paying forward" the good work and assistance of other GW players and wiki users who have helped me. I am neither the brightest, best or most perfect character, player or person. I do try, and on occasion, succeed.

On Playing GW1, et al.[edit | edit source]

I don't bot, barely manage accomplishing anything with my 55 Monk as far as farming, and it's taken me over a year to finish Prophecies - and I own all 4 products! Builds are a complex and arcane science that I dare not try to dabble in. Otherwise my mathematical ineptitude will become obvious.

Protagonist For...[edit | edit source]

I am a user and believer in the following:

  • GuildWars: I do hope that I don't have to explain this one.
  • TexMod: I'm sorry, but GW is not 100% perfect. I particularly like:
    • Cartography Made Easy: IMO, the current cartography title implementation is way too inaccurate when revealing map sections in comparison to points earned toward the title.
    • Spirit Radar - Cthon: I just like to know.
    • Improved Hero Flags: Much more accurate hero location.
  • GWFreaks: Nice program, but it's starting to show it's age. Needs more updating to include EotN. In the interests of full disclosure, I wrote the first draft of the incomplete manual. I guess you would have to say my opinion is biased.
  • MappingOut: Great resource, plain and simple. Just wish Aylee would update it to include all of the EotN stuff.

Real Life[edit | edit source]

With all due respect, my real life is private. I generally do not provide any identifiable information about myself online. I always wonder at what intensely inappropriate moment anything done online can come back to haunt me. So please accept and respect the ambiguity offered in response to some questions.