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I am Ash Legion. I charge straight into battle. The Ash Legion pushes to the front line in any combat. We're powerful and bold, and none can match our prowess on the field. This user is proud to be an Ash Legion soldier.
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I'm Asia.

I'm a freelance illustrator. Born and raised in the SF Bay Area, I currently live with my significant other and Pembroke Welsh Corgi in New England. I play a lot of video games (proof), drink way too much coffee, have a penchant for wine and do a lot of cooking or otherwise having gastronomic adventures.

I've been playing Guild Wars since summer of 2005, with occasional hiatuses. I was the leader of a guild called Aether Aura from 2005 to 2012. I got an honorable mention for my entry in the 2007 Wintersday Art Contest.

I participated in the Beta Weekend Events and stress tests for Guild Wars 2 from April through to release. I currently play on Fort Aspenwood and run a small but active guild called Hole in the Wall [Gang]


  • Votive - Charr engineer (This is my main)
  • Chaparral - Sylvari ranger
  • Rowzdower - Norn guardian
  • Roux Paul - Human mesmer
  • Xiakai - Asura thief


In GW1, my guild was called Aether Aura, but in GW2 my guild is known as Hole in the Wall [Gang]. The function remains the same: a guild for people who enjoy having a good time, regardless of whether it's PvE or PvP (we do both), free from drama and petty squabbles that are so common in gaming communities nowadays. We accept any and all members from any server, even if you're already in a guild. As long as you're mature enough not to talk shit, but immature enough to enjoy a lighthearted conversation that may or may not involve some toilet humor, you're welcome to join us.