How often do you look up the fastest way to grind for a goal in an
RPG? Isn't that the normal way to go about doing things? If I go pick up
an RPG from the past ten years and want to buy a sword in the game,
then I look up how to best farm that gold quickly. Usually it's some
obscure monster in a corner of the map that gives the best gold for your
time. With this knowledge, I then proceed to take the quickest path to
wasting my time for the item.
The solutions I provide on this website and my other blogs focus in
on non-grinding methods. Instead of the quickest path to wasting time,
I'm finding ways to play smarter with smaller investments of effort.
Gone are the days of grinding away for a goal. Now I try to be as
efficient as possible when moving towards a destination.
This mentality has led me to absolutely despise grinding of any kind.
I don't pay money for games to mindlessly click the same keys until
things drop a small fraction of my target goal.
Many people buy my guides and expect some secret knowledge about an
enemy that they can grind for hours on end. Please, do not buy my
products hoping for such nonsense. Often, that kind of information is
available for free. What I try to teach is something far more cunning;
how to play smarter.