The Adventure Begins

Hello, friends! I’ve been hanging around Tyria for several years now, and I’ve been interested in starting a blog to share guides and random musings about my adventures. I tend to do a bit of everything: raids, PvP, story mode, achievements, etc. As such, expect me to touch on a pretty good variety of topics here!

So let’s get you caught up to where I’m at now. I’ve been playing Guild Wars 2 for about 3 years with a short break that sent me back to Azeroth between the releases of Heart of Thorns and Path of Fire. Most of my time was spent as a solo adventurer. I’d finish the story modes, do map completion, solo queue PvP, solo roam in WvW, and just barely dip into other things like Fractals of the Mists. I’ve also invested time into crafting and achievements to collect ascended gear.

Since returning for Path of Fire, I wanted to get more involved. I searched for a guild and found a home, and now I’m enjoying the game more than ever. My guild currently has two scheduled raid nights: one progression night with a static, more-experienced group and another training night focused on introducing new guildmates to raids and mechanics. There’s a slew of other scheduled activities, too: meta night, fractals, PvP, WvW, guild missions, dungeons, and RP. The people are great, and everything’s so organized; it’s too much to do it all every week, but it’s all so much fun!

When I’m not raiding, I’m all over the place with all the other things mentioned above. I’ve got a handful of characters that still don’t have all their elite specializations fully unlocked. I’ve got a laundry list of gear to collect for different classes and builds. There are some weapon and armor skins I’d like to obtain. I like to compete in PvP during the active seasons. I’ve got so much to do, and I can’t wait to start sharing these adventures!

Published by Adam Prescott

I'm enthusiastic and passionate about creating intuitive, great-looking software. I strive to find the simplest solutions to complex problems, and I embrace agile principles and test-driven development.

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