He is resident of Wales, although he has lived in many countries like Germany, Portugal and Philippines. He once represented the region of North West of England as congressman during 25th December of 2010 until 13th January of 2011.
He is known as one of the few Icelandic players, he defends the creation of Iceland as a country.
The earliest days
Sthanley started playing during a peaceful time for UK, but after some weeks, Ireland launched an attack to Sthanley homeland, Northern Ireland. Sthanley was a weak soldier and very inactive, he found himself at Ireland few days after the first strike. After a day he managed to get back to UK, moving to London. Then he meet helia14, GGRyan and Temujin94. The last one helped Sthanley to get used with the basic things of the game, forums, IRC. At this time Sthanley was a member of the Radical Freethinkers Alliance. He eventually joined army, where he met Artela and Diakun.
Vacation at Philippines and war against Canada
Life in UK was hard, with all those Canadians trying to conquer the British isles and take over Heykel's beloved country. The day has come that Canada tried to conquer UK finest capital, London, there an epic struggle begun. Many people lost their sleep and fine relatives to fight in this battle that culminated with a glorious British victory.
With his homeland secured, it was time to take a break, move for a place where things are calmer and the possibility of grown higher. For a month, Heykel stood in the Philippines, getting to known about the country culture and community and also learning important lessons on politics and economics.
Back at UK, political conflicts and an Iberian hope
Time has come for him to return, it wasn't hard to see that even with the Canadian menace under control, the country was passing by an internal dispute for power and money. Unsatisfied with the many political decisions of his government, such as selling most productive lands in exchange for gold without consulting the citizens, Heykel sailed to an Iberian country, known as Portugal.