Tag: advice

Eight Reasons Why Wrestlers Should Not Sign with WWE

So being a wrestling fan, I tend to enjoy watching other promotions beyond the mainstay here in the United States, the WWE. Nothing really against the WWE. I can understand the appeal and I do enjoy watching it on the occasions. But given the chance, I tend to want to watch Lucha Underground, AAA, ROH, NJWP, and so forth. I find Mexican Lucha Libre, Japanese style, and the pure style of Ring of Honor over the family friendly material in the WWE. That is just how I roll as a person. However… What I do have a typical issue with is the idea that the WWE is the pinnacle that every wrestler should achieve to reach. I do understand how WWE made themselves the sole franchise in US wrestling with Vince McMahon’s cut throat tactics. But I refuse to believe that all roads in professional wrestling lead to World Wrestling Entertainment. All things considered, I would even say that WWE could potentially be a detriment to any young up and coming pro wrestling. So with that being said, let me take a crack at one of the biggest industries in the United States. This is the Ten Reasons Why Wrestlers Should Not Sign with WWE! Continue reading “Eight Reasons Why Wrestlers Should Not Sign with WWE”

6 Easy Tips to Being a Great Dungeon Master

In my experience groups start as a Monty Python skit and end with us all drinking beer and making crude jokes about medieval sex toys.
In my experience groups start as a Monty Python skit and end with us all drinking beer and making crude jokes about medieval sex toys.

I am a complete nerd. I’m not sure I made that obvious yet or not, but it is true. I love classic tabletop RPGs and play them every chance I get. Naturally when you play a good amount of games, you do your share of being a player and being the ‘game master’ or ‘dungeon master’ whichever you prefer. Both aspects of the game are fun and challenging in their own ways. Personally I am a fan of being the DM/GM. I am the creative sort who likes to create big bold adventures and test my friends skills in different environments and settings. Continue reading “6 Easy Tips to Being a Great Dungeon Master”