One day when the then King Uther happened nearing the concluding part of his destruction against magic, it is assumed that a dragonlord called Balinor was asked by Uther to draw Kilgharrah. Who at that point was the last dragon, in reality, to go to Camelot so that he was ready to make peace with him? But both he and Balinor were deceived. Instead, Uther confined him underneath the castle in a cave where he continued to stand as an example to all mystic beings what would appear to them. He was confined by being chained in a cave underneath Camelot and had little communication with others for 22 cycles. Until his last year of incarceration, there was not much hope that he would ever break free. He saved Merlin repeatedly when he was being pursued by supernatural beings called the Dorocha, where he would face the knight, Lancelot who would help him clean them up like  Continue reading

God of The Arena


One person who embodies the idea that we are the decisions we make in our everyday lives if Gannicus the god of the arena, being enslaved for decades he fights for a chance to be free. Over his time, he makes many friends and lovers until he finally wins a battle that allows him to leave bondage behind which leads him to some old friends who eventually rebel against the Rome empire. Preparations for the final battle start. Spartacus and Gannicus discuss the coming confrontation with Gannicus regarding that the odds are against them. He suggests that he would offer the drink to lift spirits, but lately, he has turned from it. Spartacus acknowledges that he has noticed the difference in Gannicus and states that he also turned from wild chases when he fell in love. He describes to Gannicus that their victory in this battle will be not be defined by the number of Roman lives or the lives of people who follow them but the lives their fight will help save, comprising Sibyl’s life, Laeta’s, the mother and the child, and so many others. Gannicus finally says that this has now become a cause he can embrace. Spartacus suddenly asks that Gannicus to take rightful place as a leader. At Spartacus’ insistence, Gannicus ultimately agrees to do as requested and Spartacus then gives him a vital task. When the final battle begins, Gannicus is not near. As catapult and ballista fire from Crassus’ rear position, Gannicus appears leading a whole cavalry and infantry unit upon the Romans. Only if you could plan to get rid of people like unwanted things but they don’t have to remove their problems. Continue reading

The Choice of Today

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One thing most people have trouble with is the choices in everyday life, and since most people don’t take the time to value all options I am going to show the importance of this gift. The average functioning adult performs about 12 options in the morning an hour before the sun actually rises. Obviously, this amount changes on an individualized basis, but a subject by one of my own measures, from continuing current career paths, asserts that an adult makes about 70+- decisions a day even if they are just repeats. Once one begins to utilize his/her perceptions, the 1st judgments made are; to sleep or not to sleep, which side of the bed to go off of, what will I wear today, and maybe, will I go to practice? It’s component of our typical human response to making conscious and subconscious decisions continuously on a daily basis. Continue reading


We are the moments we live in, and that is how we are measured by in the end no matter circumstance or ill-gotten fate. Choice involves determination making. It can include judging the advantages of multiple options and deciding one or more of them. One can make a decision between perceived options (“what would I do if …?”) or among real options supported by the equal action. For example, a traveller might choose a plan for a journey based on the inclination of succeeding at a given destination as soon as possible. The favoured (and therefore preferred) route can then follow from knowledge such as the time of each of the possible routes, traffic limitations, etc.. If the meeting at a choice involves more complex motivators, cognition, instinct and awareness can become more intertwined. Simple choices sway include what to eat for dinner or what to dress in on a Saturday morning – choices that should relatively low-impact on the chooser’s life overall. More multiple options might involve (for example) what candidate to vote for in an election, what role to pursue, a life partner, etc. – choices based on multiple influences and having larger consequences. Most people[quantify] consider having choices as a good thing, though a severely limited or artificially limited choice can lead to discomfort with choosing, and possibly an undesirable outcome. In contrast, a choice with excessively various options may lead to confusion, regret of the alternatives not taken, and alienation in an unstructured existence; and the illusion that choosing an object or a path leads necessarily to control of that object or course can cause psychological problems. No matter the reasons we must not regret the decisions made in a time of need is what most people agree, but we must change in life so further reflection on deeds is good for developing your personality.