Learning How To DM I – Recognizing Player Intent

I promise, I’m going to go back to our regularly scheduled MGTOW & Philosophy programming soon, but D&D is still dominating my creative focus, so I’m making back-to-back content for it. If you don’t know what the hell these acronyms are, D&D = the tabletop fantasy RPG game Dungeons & Dragons, and a DM isContinue reading “Learning How To DM I – Recognizing Player Intent”

Aerois, High Rollers D&D Campaign (Three Episode Rule)

I’m so into Dungeons and Dragons right now that I nearly announced going on hiatus so I can focus on world building and DMing for my campaign. But, I’ve developed a knack for writing about whatever I’m doing, thus I will write about D&D. The Beginning Yes, I did attend a university that had anContinue reading “Aerois, High Rollers D&D Campaign (Three Episode Rule)”

Dissolving The Ego: Ben Greenfield/Anti-Psychedelic Response

“Beware of unearned wisdom.” – Carl Jung Unearned wisdom is exactly what I consider any delusions of enlightenment from drug use to be. “Plant medicine” advocates such as Joe Rogan, Graham Hancock, and Ben Greenfield have gone so far to encourage even the harder hallucinogens, specifically ones that contain DMT or mescaline chemical compounds. HancockContinue reading “Dissolving The Ego: Ben Greenfield/Anti-Psychedelic Response”

5 Tips for Starting and Surviving No Fap [100 Days Update]

I realized my previous No-Fap updates might have been too advanced, so I have reflected on these past 100 days to offer some useful advice for the No-Fap newbies out there, and a new perspective for current practitioners to reach new heights. Tip #1: The Zenkai Boost I’ve used this analogy before, but a lotContinue reading “5 Tips for Starting and Surviving No Fap [100 Days Update]”

Celebrating 10 Videos, 25 Articles – Responding to Comments!

I appreciate every follow and view count I receive on my content, but as I said in my previous Personal Milestone Goals article, I can’t rely on numbers like that to gauge my success, fore those numbers are mostly out of my control. The numbers I do control, however, are the amount of videos andContinue reading “Celebrating 10 Videos, 25 Articles – Responding to Comments!”

How I Used Vegeta Going Super Saiyan For Life + Fitness Inspiration

Another Anime/Dragon Ball article?! I know, I know, but trust me, this one’s good. But first, some build-up: I’ve started the Athlean-X “22 Day” Ab Workout challenge: On Day 3 I found myself quite lethargic, as there was just no sense of urgency for it, and I had to dig deep. I used to haveContinue reading “How I Used Vegeta Going Super Saiyan For Life + Fitness Inspiration”

Response to the Regretful Valedictorian: Relationships, Potential, and MGTOW Monk Mode

Congratulations. If you haven’t watched his speech, in essence, he regretted sacrificing his relationships and social life in order to earn his status as Valedictorian. He was elated for all but 15 seconds when it was confirmed, but arrived at the 16th second with emptiness “Relationships are where we get to influence, impact, and changeContinue reading “Response to the Regretful Valedictorian: Relationships, Potential, and MGTOW Monk Mode”

How Dragon Ball Super Should Have Ended + Improvements To Tournament of Power

This article contains spoilers for the series. Leave it to a Dragon Ball series to stretch a 48-minute tournament over 30+ episodes. Right off the bat, the first improvement would be to cut the arc down by at least 10 episodes. I started jumping ahead after 120 (the one where all the robots combine), thenContinue reading “How Dragon Ball Super Should Have Ended + Improvements To Tournament of Power”

My Personal Milestone Goals (Being A New Content Creator Feels Like The Chunin Exams)

Although I’m not completely dependent on validation from other content creators, I do regularly compare my skills against theirs, and derive inspiration and new skills from studying their methods. Thus, I have came up with some important benchmarks for myself that I would consider a promotion through my content.

The Way of The Sword: Part I

This story is titled part one because The Way of the Sword is something not readily apparent and required my meditation for some time. But perhaps I have scratched the surface now for some scraps to mull over today. I know a little bit about Miyamoto Musashi, Japan’s all-time greatest swordsman, and desire to readContinue reading “The Way of The Sword: Part I”