I'm a soldier at the Uruguayan Army working with computers, I also fix computers. My main goal is to become an English-to-Spanish-and-viceversa translator. I'm a tall and skinny guy (sack o' bones), being 176cm tall and 67 kg I'm a calm guy for most Bulbagarden-related issues, so fear not to talk to me, I will not bite (At least, not strongly, a tender nibble, if you ask...) you.
I joined in February 16, 2010 while being drawn closer due to the pretty templates over here (over 4 years ago) in the midst of the HeartGold and SoulSilver hype and my first day editing here was in March 7, 2010; while adding the Spanish variations for Who's That Pokémon? and fixing a typo in Recurring wild Pokémon in the anime. However, I didn't get to edit more often as I didn't see what else to help the wiki on. Months passed by while trying to do some grunt work, with unsuccessful attempts until January 2011, when I started updating the TCG articles with the new templates.
A few days later, I offer myself to help with the new naming convention in Archives, updating the sprites' filenames to what they are now. The event lasted throughout the month of February, during which I was temporarily promoted to Junior Administrator.
In March, on the verge of the English releases of Black and White, the wiki was locked down and I was promoted to Junior Administrator in Bulbapedia.
After months of fluctuating activity (mostly based in mass edits), I was promoted to Administrator in December 14, 2011. Not too long afterwards, I became a Senior Administrator, and due to my continuous efforts to help during a massive update, I was promoted to Bureaucrat in Bulbapedia on February 26, 2014. Currently, due to work, studies and future work, my activity has decreased but am still available for minor edits, but watching over the Recent Changes and ensuring that Bulbapedia remains to be the best Pokémon-related wiki there is. That's all I have to say about that. *steps off the podium*