Written during a 1+ year celibacy vow, MOON BASE MGTOW uses Jordan Peterson's classic 12 Rules for Life as a template, and reworks some of the early chapters to fit a more MGTOW perspective. Philosophical debate ensues between Peterson's views on culture, and the significance of suffering go against Moon Base's never-before-seen interpretations of Nihilism. Along with covering the basics of MGTOW, (marriage, fatherhood, red-pill rage) the community itself is also critiqued for where it falls short (along with the Incel/Black Pill circles, and even the gaming community). The book also explores theories for a virtuous society, fundamental truths, family trauma, consciousness, and the nature of the self and reality. But most importantly, 13 Chambers for Monk Mode is a guide for implementing the "Monk Mode" strategy, which is a temporary withdrawal from social interactions and other debilitating consumptions for the purpose of achieving worthwhile external goals. However, Moon Base's contribution to the field is a focus on Monk Mode as an internal practice, for success should not come through arduous effort and excessive instruction, but should be a natural byproduct for the individual who has resolved all of their emotional hindrances and unconscious blockages.