Player Supreme - Female Mind Seduction ((TOP))
To narcissists, relationships are transactional, like buying and selling. The goal is to get what you want at the lowest price. It's a self-centered, business mindset. Emotions don't intrude. In relationships, narcissists focus on their goal. For a male narcissist, that's usually sex or to have a beautiful woman (or man) at his side. A female narcissist may be looking for material gifts, sex, acts of service, and/or an extravagant courtship.
Player Supreme - Female Mind Seduction
As I said, if you are new to this, then this movie is basically what you need along with the book (The Game). It is OK to use some of the lines and follow some of the techniques in there to start off your path into supreme seduction, but this should only be the first step of the journey, regardless of how much success it will bring you, you should grow out of it at some point and incorporate who you truly are more into the picture.
Of course, players looking to make a Bard in D&D 5e should keep in mind that a Bard's best party contribution in combat, regardless of their build, is as a supporting character. In dialogue, the natural charm of the Bard means they're probably the leader or the face of the group. In combat, they're best suited to buffing up allies and hobbling enemies with spells, so that another member of the group can go in for the kill.
While there are numerous mantras in the Vedic Tradition, there is none greater than the Gayatri Mantra. The Gayatri is dedicated to the aspect of the sun just before sunrise so that all the potential energy emanating from the entire cosmos is contained within Gayatri. It is said that meditation with the Gayatri Mantra burns away all the layers of impurities covering the mind, accumulated through countless births, and bestows upon you the vision of supreme consciousness.
As players try to snag potential love interests, La Ruina's character provides feedback, "delving into the psychology and the hundreds of hidden secrets that separate seduction masters from everybody else."
The fuses took a while to run in, when first installed ('upgrade' from Supreme silver-gold) the sound was a bit 'splashy' in the treble region. After about a 100 hours the sound has richer bass and increased detail in the treble. Only issue I have is on some CDs the treble is still a little bright, hopefully with a few more hours of run-in this will disappear.Also surprising is the fact these fuses appear to be a significant upgrade from the silver-gold supremes, it could be that age has caught up with my silver-gold supremes(more than 5 years old).I still have not installed the fuses for my power amp, only upgraded my disk player, subby and power regenerator.
Others with systems 'on a knife edge' will know that otherwise small changes can be rather large. So, fuses. These are good; excellent, in fact. Kind of like AMR (which I rate), but with more focus. IMO, better than the supremes: copper just sounds more like neutral than anything with silver. Took about 100 hours to settle down, mind.
I have heard about after market fuses for a while now but was a bit skeptical,After a few tweaks to my set up i thought id give it a try,to my surprise the system now sounds smoother, more effortless and more dynamic ,no it is not a laid back smoothness more one of less distortion and edge to music,i wont talk about texture of bass etc all i can say is compared to stock fuse these supreme 3 copper definitely makes an improvement to what was already there,more musical,better air and more detail ,highly recommended ,thanks you analogue seduction for sharing these
Not an example, a reminder that looks will neither make or break your chances at seduction success. Although he's also a good example, listing him as an example is a bad idea, as it makes people think "well, then you need to be rich and famous," while disregarding everything else mentioned.