Showing posts from September, 2016

Irreplaceable Specimens

It's been a while since I've had a good nightmare worthy of writing. If it's got something to do with some sci-fi, horror or fantasy universe that I love, then sure yeah I'll definitely write about it!

However, if I had a nightmare about something representing what's going on in real life, I'd keep that to myself.

Nothing is more horrifying than being chased around by weird creatures that are very hard to kill. They were in cryo-stasis for a long time after studies on them were terminated. They were monitored as they grew, so they could learn the effects of imulsion in hopes of achieving a way to perhaps resist mutation from it.

The first of Lambent humans studied during the Pendulum Wars said to be the forefathers of the Locust they say.

If you don't know what this is, you're living under a rock......just kidding! No, I'm serious you are!

Every time I have dreams related to Gears of War, it's always something life-threatening, terrifying, and m…

3 Fictional Characters That Describe Me

This trend on the Internet has been going on for about a week now and I kept telling myself, "What are those three characters that describe you the most?" I delayed in sharing my own results because I thought that I would never be able to pick three.

Finally I have my results based how I am. Behold:

So why did I go with Optimus Prime, the Didact, and Atomic Betty? Well at first I didn't think I was going to be able to do this one right since part of me just wanted to choose characters I am in love with. That of course wouldn't do because what if the character's personality is nothing like my own?
So first off, no surprise it's Optimus. I'm compassionate to living things, I want peace in this world, and I believe in diversity. Optimus no doubt believes that as well, he doesn't want war no matter what kind of war that is. War doesn't always mean shooting and killing; it can also mean discrimination and harassment to a specific race or group with cer…

Creeping By

Ever since the semester started, there's been quite a big lack of posts here from me. It's always such a big surprise because when you have a long period of time off, you have so much time to write, you just want to write your daily life all on your HQ on the Internet.

I used to keep a diary for my daily life but when I looked back at it 95% of it was just complaining about school and classmates I had issues with, and family drama.

Anyway, just wanted to let you know I'm still alive and well two weeks into the semester. I'll probably check up with a post like this again later on.

I spend most of my school work time committed to entering hospital prescription orders at any free computer I can find on campus. You have no idea how much I wish I could just use the software to enter these orders at home, it would make my life so much easier since the campus is a 2 hour bus ride away.

When I'm not doing that, I'm doing work in my online course and every semester so f…

Breach the Darkness

Continuing on with the ME3 DLC's, up next is Leviathan.

I was really excited to play this one when it was released because I knew that it would reveal to us more about the Reapers and the kind that came before them.
They considered themselves to be the only apex race in the galaxy; seeing themselves as more superior than other races. Eventually they hid and preserved themselves deep underwater to observe the Reapers' harvest cycle. They would also erase all evidence of their existence too and even brainwash people to prevent anyone from discovering them.
There's so much deep lore in here and since I'm juggling my writing and school, I don't have much time to go deep into all of it, so just my own thoughts of the story will have to do.

Upon first playing this DLC I was a bit confused with the story because anything to do with Reapers is very deep and sometimes hard to follow. I had to read articles and watch videos just to understand what. I wasn't expecting Bry…

Girlie Side Unleashed!

Okay so I'm doing a bit of multitasking here because I want to get some homework out of the way so I can work on The Warlord's Prize tonight. I'm due to start another chapter and my readers are already pumped as hell for the next because they know what's going to happen!

But I really felt the need to squeeze in this quick post before I forget so...boom here it goes.

Today while I was reviewing the work for my online course, my mom wanted to go shopping to get some things she needed so I accompanied her to the mall to get out for a bit.

After wandering around Hudson's Bay and unfortunately returning a dress there I liked but was mom said she had to get something at Sephora. She read my mind!

I remember the first time I walked into that massive cosmetic store a month ago with her, and there were so many makeup brands to choose from; it was overwhelming. More than half of these brands I had never heard of! Then a few days ago I wandered back into the st…

One Step Outside and You're Mine

Well I managed to squeeze in the time to write this dream article after settling into my workload for this semester. I felt like I had to share it because this dream was a big one and the big dreams always have a great story behind them!

I don't know why I have dreamed this again, only this time from another one's perspective but I can't tell if it's a sign of something or not.

In the dream, my friend Brayden and I were staying in Paris for a couple of weeks, and after we got unpacked we decided to explore the streets. There was lots of music playing as crowds were gathering in the town square near Notre Dame for the annual festival.

Sound familiar? Oh yeah it should.

We wandered into the center of the festival and I caught glimpse of gypsies practicing for their performance. I applauded and gave them some money; in fact they seemed so grateful that they offered to have me perform with them on stage. I accepted the offer and decided that I would sing.

Hold The Line

So I woke up this morning and had an anxiety attack because this is what Blackboard does; posts all my courses three days before the semester starts.

As soon as I see what the passing grade requirement is, that's when I feel like I'm about to reach the point of no return. This feeling is normal and will usually subside once I get myself organized such as write all the important deadlines and shit.

That being said, for educational commitments this semester, all Metal Monday posts will be temporarily postponed starting on Labor Day. I don't know for how long; but I hope to resume them in December or earlier depending on how well things are going as the semester progresses.

Last semester I felt like some things didn't go as planned because I felt so rushed to get things done just so I could come here and write. Well, that lesson's been learned and I am putting my college work as my #1 priority from now on. So you won't be seeing too many posts from me for the next…