About the Pocket Myriad
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.
And now a little about each section of the magazine :
Turns out, I write a bit.
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 topics will appear over time as I see fit. Check out the category to see what I’ve written about and have fun looking around.
My coverage on ASMR originally began as a subsection to Eureka!
I’ve experienced ASMR since childhood and the ASMR community is one that I’m only getting more and more involved in. I love that it’s gone mainstream. Personally I get it from sights, sounds, smells, touch and mental stimuli. I think it must be to do with the brain’s empathic qualities.
Entering a trance through ASMR is also possible. When it’s strong I can also experience a “jump” into other people, although that can happen in non-ASMR circumstances too. I can only describe it as transcendental.
ASMR is weird and wonderful. I hope people explore it and study it more.
Games: Guild Wars 2, Pimander, Unreal 3
I cover a slice of the Guild Wars franchise that I started playing in 2005, until I fully retired in 2019. I wrote a few guides from 2015 to 2017 that I share on Pocket Myriad. Perhaps they are still useful?
Pimander is a fantasy game I developed by myself over a 5-year fit of insanity (joking about the insanity). And then I had to market it, which I didn’t know anything about. I didn’t make much money, but I learned a lot.
I also once made Unreal 3 maps. Unofficially, as a modder. At the very least they look good, and I was proud of how well they played with bots too. Epic’s software was a joy to use – good times.
Finally, some other information :
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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.
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Thanks for your visit and enjoy your stay.
Founder of Pocket Myriad.