Luke Weber (Stickmasterluke) is one of the most iconic developers on Roblox. He is the first user to achieve over 10 million place visits and is the third user to achieve 30 million place visits (after Pieperson50). He has lots of well-known games, but his most visited place is Natural Disaster Survival. Despite being years old, Natural Disaster Survival has stood the test of time and is frequently on the front page. He became a Roblox administrator when he turned 18 on August 31, 2011.
Here is a list of some of his most known games on Roblox:
- He became an OBC member on his 18th birthday.
- He also attended the ROBLOX Rally, an event hosted by Roblox.
- He has been featured in NBC Bay Area News, revealing what he looks like in real life by Roblox users. 
- He had 3 test zones, which are titled Test Zone, Construction Zone, and Halo Testing.
- He is known to be a hat collector and a gear collector with 184 pages of hats as of May 23, 2019 (including all of the purchasable Dominus hoods) and over 63 pages of gear items.
- He has several abandoned or unfinished projects on ROBLOX that he never finished.
- In a server on The Roblox Easter Egg Hunt 2013, he spoiled how to get the iEgg.
- Stickmasterluke was given the "C:" face during the 2012 April Fools Hack.
- On his YouTube account, he is quoted saying "I don't play on my main account often I actually do play on my main account but I prefer my alternative account" which implies he plays on a secretive account.
- He joined Roblox 4 years before he was made a Roblox administrator.
- He is also the leader of the clan Feral Nation and is rivals with the SandStorm Clan.
- On June 30, 2017, Stickmasterluke changed his name to Stickmasterwho, probably for the fact that the Doctor Who Season 10 finale would air the following day.
- Stickmasterluke's YouTube video 'Roblox Television' has gotten over 1 million views.
- Although Luke doesn't have a visible Administrator badge on his profile, he still works at Roblox. Policy explaining that can be found here .
- Stickmasterluke was one of the first users to own (and test) Roblox Premium.
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