|Written by||Joe Raposo|
An instrumental version of the song accompanied a montage of scenes with Grover and some kids in the video, A Celebration of Me, Grover.
Cookie Monster and Maria's version
Gordon and Maria's version
The Mesmer is an expert in indirect damage and subtle magic, focusing on manipulation of the target to sway the events of battle to its favor. Mesmers are considered by some to be a unique profession in many aspects, not only in terms of looks. They are a profession with a steep learning curve - to become a talented Mesmer, it is important to know not only your own skills and abilities, but those of every other profession in the game. This is perhaps why Mesmers are generally one of the least used characters in PvE. Thus, it can also be difficult for players who create PvE Mesmers to be accepted into PUGs due to a somewhat common misconception of their PvP-orientation - though GvG teams will nearly always have at least one Mesmer in their ranks. Mesmers are best suited in preventing their opponent from achieving their goals, whether it be to heal, cast spells, or attack. In order to do this they make use of a multitude of spells, hexes, and enchantments. Unlike other professions, such as Elementalists, skills within a Mesmer attribute are not always related to each other by any easily defined barriers. Because skills within an attribute can focus on many and very different goals, you will often see Mesmers utilizing all four attributes at once. The patron goddess of Mesmers is Lyssa.
|Warrior • Ranger • Monk • Necromancer • Mesmer • Elementalist • Assassin • Ritualist • Paragon • Dervish|
|Release date||24 July 2006 (Update)|
|Hitpoints||Player's Hitpoints level|
|Slayer level||Not Assigned|
|Slayer XP||Not Assigned|
|Immune to poison?||No|
|Max hit||Player's max hit|
|Examine text||It's like looking into the mirror.|
Me is a foe encountered during the quest Lunar Diplomacy in the Dream World. He/she is only fought during the quest, and "Me" is an exact copy of the player wearing full armour, only inversed in colour.
"Me" only attacks by attacking the player with the Lunar staff. If runes are brought to cast Magic spells (i. e. Fire Blast), "Me" will not cast the spells, but will just continue to attack the player with the Lunar staff.
The player phrase "Stop hitting yourself, stop hitting yourself!" should be familiar to any person with older siblings. It may also be a reference to the famous phrase used by Nelson, the bully in the popular television show The Simpsons.
When teleporting around the arena, 'Me' will use the old Teleport animation, one of the few NPCs still to do so. This is particularly noticeable since the real you will use the updated teleport animation, hence this is no longer a strict mirror image.