Someone mentioned in the comments the other day about how there are so many quality articles that were published well before many of you were regularly following us. With the suggestion of pulling some of our older posts from the archives, I present you dear readers with a few of my favorite posts from the 12 Levels of Dread series along with a quick description of each to give you an idea of the topics covered in each article.
Writing about the 12 Levels of Dread in detail was an enjoyable experience as I felt there was much left unsaid in the original Reddit post on the subject.
For those of you who are new and are still navigating through the hundreds of posts on A King’s Castle, I hope you glean something of value from these articles.
12 Levels of Dread Introduction – The very first entry into the series, this article covers what exactly Dread Game is and why it’s not as dreadful as the name implies. As with everything else, Dread Game is a tool and can be wielded to cause great destruction or new growth in a relationship. How you choose to wield it is up to you along with the repercussions/benefits.
Why Do Men Need Dread Game? – This article digs deeper into the why behind implementing Dread Game. Many men have been indoctrinated into a mindset that is counterproductive towards building a harmonious marriage. Dread Game isn’t about becoming domineering. Rather, it is about realigning the scales of power to where they ought to be.
Level 1: Passing Shit Test – This is the first and one of the most important levels of implementing Dread Game. You can be financially well off, dress nice, and be fit, but if you crumble to every shit test your wife throws your way, she’s going to lord over you for your entire marriage which probably won’t last long.
Level 3: New Life – This is arguably the most transformative stage of the 12 Levels of Dread as you begin building a life outside of your family. This doesn’t mean you abandon your wife and kids. This is about rebuilding your sense of independence and self-reliance. Men need time away from the family to hang out with other men and engage in hobbies and pastimes they enjoy. This is how you continue to grow as a well-rounded man.