So guys I thought since I was going to GM my parry I would just make a quick how to for anyone else if they needed / wanted to follow the same technique I used. Materials I used to GM my parry: 8 foot stools ~25 Bucklers (Any type of Shield will work, bucklers have a faster block rate so therefore i picked that shield type.) ~30 Fish Steaks (any food will suffice) 4,000 Gold (this gold will be used for buying rats / cats from the 3 stable vendors you've chosen) 3 Runes marked to 3 separate Stables ~1000 Bandaids ( I used less than this. But having extra is always better than not enough) A mage that can gate. A Healer. A mass curse scroll (if you can already cast mass curse with the character training up parry without the scroll that's even better) When preparing to start your Parry you will need to have everything I already listed above at your disposal to make this painless and quick to setup. Ok first thing you do is spread your stools out in a square, this is where you'll be gating all of your rats / cats that you buy. Make sure you DO NOT lock them down. If you lock them down the pets you release in the confined area will simply walk over the stools and go all over your house. First lock down a single corner stool. Position your character working Parry on the corner like you see me doing and unlock the stool once he's standing on the same tile as the stool. Release the stool once in position so it prevents critters from escaping. Ok now start gating in rats / cats you buy with your Mage from the stables. Don't let the gate close without getting back in because it's going to be annoying if you have to start over! Once you gate in all of your critters and you have your healer in place to keep you alive, simply cast mass curse with your Character that is about to GM parry. Make sure you tab out of combat so you do not start killing off rats / cats... This method only took me about 2 hours (if that) to GM parry. I'm not declaring this as the best possible way to GM Parry, but it's fast and cheap. I hope this guide will be helpful to others in the future.