CONTENTS I. Introduction II. The Good Samaritan Award III. The Art of Writing IV. The Top 5 Reasons To Love The RSTL V. The Five Fan Favorites VI. Q’s Top 3 Verses VII. The Cover Story VIII. Beauty of the Week IX. Headliners X. The Official Rankings XI. Q’s Predictions XII. Q’s Top 5 Competitors XIII. In The Mind Of Got Life? XIV. Conclusion FEATURES The Art Of Writing | III The thin line between good and great. –Of course we have all written great stories [in our own opinions] throughout our individual stints in the RSTL. But what is it that draws the line between a good writer and a great writer. The Top 5 Reasons To Love The RSTL | IV You want a plot twist? –Who would have guessed that Got Life? would be such a valuable asset to this league. To be honest, he is one of the top 3 reasons for you to love this league. Believe it or not, but read on to find out my top 5 reasons to love the RSTL. The Cover Story | VII Bitching in the league –Where do we draw the line between a legitimate complaint and a bitch? Also, the problem with hate voting will be discussed. Is there evidence to hate voting in the league today? And how do we determine the difference between hate voting and honest voting? Beauty of the Week | VIII In The Mind Of Got Life? | XIV Got Life's interpretation of last week's match ups. We'll see how the Champion views his pool of challengers as he breaks down each individual battle. I | INTRODUCTION Although this past week was filled with irrelevant chatter, immaturity, and useless trash talk, it has actually made for an exiting week in the RSTL. The championship match proved to be the biggest plot twist as of yet, with Got Life? being dubbed [or crowned] the new Champion of the RSTL. Also, the contender match was heavily slept on, with Cane and Eye-Rime tying in score, due to technicalities, in what seemed to be a great match up; and Cane signing out, leaving Eye-Rime the sole challenger for the title. These were only two of the battles among our exciting repertoire of match ups last week. In other news, if you read my letter addressing the league this past week, then you may already know that in eight months I will be the proud parent of a baby boy [or girl, but I’m praying for a boy]. This has had an enormous impact on my outlook on life, and hopefully it will reflect in all areas [including the internet]. I will strive to play more of a leadership role amongst this community of writers, meaning that I will abstain from involvement in beef between myself and other members of this league. Also, I will no longer defend my opinions [nor do I feel the need to do so] in this magazine and in my voting. I am, and will always be, an honest man. Hopefully you all can respect my opinions and understand the fact that I, myself, represent only a fraction of the opinions of this league and its participants. At this time, I would like to extend a warm invitation to those who disagree with the way I write my magazines, or to those who may disagree with my views or the way I express my opinions, or simply to those whom may just want to help out and have a sincere concern for the future of this league. Please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I am always open to suggestions and help from those who are truly interested. I have duly noted the fact that the majority of the league’s participants feel that my power rankings and individual breakdowns of battles are an ineffective way of showcasing the views of this league. I understand, and I also sympathize with this unfortunate matter. In an attempt to show my willingness to change and listen to the blood cells of this league’s body, I have devised a new way to structure my magazine, along with new articles, new breakdowns, and new power rankings. Hopefully, this will suit your interest.