I'm 35 yo married man from Poland, not much time on my hands, but after returning to GW2 after long break I'm trying to play as much as I can.
I'd like to speak of myself as casual player, but a good one. I'm MMO veteran, i was leader, officer, tactician or simply member of some well designed, progressing groups/guilds in L2 and MU Online at start, and later (more importantly) in WoW and GW1. I'm playing mostly PvE, but also some PvP with my ranger.
My goals are simple: level up all my characters, complete story mission and complete every map with each of them, equip them all with Ascended gear, farm fractals, get some gold, hunt some achievements.... and that's the plan for at least a year :)
When I was younger (about 10 years ago) I started playing MU Online and later L2 on private servers where I was leader of medium, but progressing guilds, nothing unusual, just a leader, just a guild.
Later I bought GW1 and stared guild The True Mayhem [MHM] in (with my brother and friends at first), still young, but we tried to progress in GvG a little, and we even got to top100 in GvG ladder, after about an year or maybe more I took a break, and a month (or so) before Factions release I resumed playing with top ten GW1 PvP players in Polish community.
After GW I started playing World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade (work = more cash = more payed games...) and i joined guild where my brother was member quite some time - Caern Morghen [CM] on Wildhammer (EU) server where after leveling and quick gearing up I joined progressing group in [CM].
Few raids later I stared writing boss tactics for progress team and we had some successes in downing bosses (for example Kael'thas Sunstrider just before big nerf). I was playing about two years, but before taking down Illidan I left and then came back when Wrath of the Lich King was released when I decided to create smaller group (10-ppl) and play more casually as I did not have so much free time like I used to. And to be honest it was one of best MMO periods for me, I was leader of a group where we had some triumphs and we had fun while progressing steadily.
After few years in WoW I decided to stop playing at all, and maybe thanks to that I got married!
And that's it for my MMO adventure, at the end of 2012 I started playing GW2, stopped after about an year, and started again in the beginning of 2018 and I'm loving it!