|Hello everyone! I’m the creator of Pocket Myriad. I go by the names Cirian and Tilveran, depending on the community.
I created Pocket Myriad to talk about my interests. I try to live smart, drink a lot of tea and have an enduring fascination with humanity. People are really weird so it’s little surprise.
Guild Wars 2
I currently cover the Guild Wars franchise that I’ve played consistently since the beginning in 2005. Since moving across to the sequel during the early access period, I play a main collection of norn with a side selection of sylvari. I’ve been active that whole time, accruing all sorts of knowledge that I now want to share on Pocket Myriad.
One of my inspirations for sharing is the guild that I belong to, The Amazon Basin. Our motto is “A community of friends playing games”, and we have lots of great leaders and community members who make things work. While I am often in guild chat dispensing a bit of knowledge here or there, I really wanted something cohesive like a website to share what I believe to be the most useful knowledge that I have picked up.
Specifically I am heavily into crafting, exploring, fashion, jumping puzzles, lore and massively multiplayer content. That last one mainly means World vs. World and Open World PvE, which is extremely diverse in Guild Wars 2.
My favourite Open World PvE has a bit of difficulty to it, such as Season 1’s massive events, Triple Trouble, Tequatl the Sunless, the Silverwastes, Dry Top t6 maps and so on. I want to see as many people as possible having a good time, improving their gameplay and feeling rewarded, and if there is witty banter on TeamSpeak as well then all the better!
All-in-all I have been a part of the Guild Wars community for over 10 years, long may that continue and I hope you will find my knowledge useful.
I’ve had many inspirations and a few transformative experiences to boot. One reason I went with the name Pocket Myriad was because I wanted to share some diverse experiences that might help other people too, not just concentrate on gaming. A bit like many traditional print magazines, it’s nice to diversify.
Additional sections will appear over time as I see fit. Check out the menu across for quick access to everything. Have fun!
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In addition to WA’s own courses, many of the members share their knowledge through tutorials, blogs and webinars of their own creation, on top of the vibrant chats around the site. If there’s a particular something you’re looking to find out, there’s an excellent search function and the ability to post questions to the community. Responses from someone are typically fast, because this community is global. Hey if you know a lot yourself, why not join in and share? If you are starting out or just curious, this is also the perfect community with which to get your feet wet.
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Wealthy Affiliate has been around since 2005 and I joined it in 2015 in pursuit of my dreams. It was a great, great decision and I’m now part of a vibrant network of amazing people. There’s everything from total newbies to seasoned veterans here and the community is very well run. If you have any interest at all in running a website or online business, come check them out. If you want to hook up on WA, I’m known as Cirian over there as well.
Around the site I use affiliate links to refer interested visitors to parties who pay me a small tip to refer traffic to their sites. This does not cost you, the visitor, anything extra. All it does is help me to earn a living. Note that you will typically end up with a “cookie” on your browser when you follow a link, that gives me the credit for sending you.
I will only ever send you, the visitor, to sites that I know and trust myself. If I do not earn your trust then I do not deserve your business.
You can get in touch either by posting a comment or emailing me using the address below. I don’t usually read my emails every day but I do read them all. Thanks for your visit and enjoy your stay.
Founder of Pocket Myriad.