This is a quote from The Ferret's interview of Randy Buehler, posted on www.starcitygames.com yesterday: "Keep in mind that the portion of the audience that plays to win, period, is actually quite small. Something like 90% of our audience cares more about winning in a cool way, or in some cases just having fun playing regardless of the outcome." I don't get it. I always play to win. In fact, what is the point of playing any game if you aren't playing to win? Play to lose? Play to tie? And I most certainly find winning to be quite fun, and a helluva lot more fun then loosing or drawing, which just pisses me off (Especially drawing. You can't help but think you could have/should have won.) And what is the definition of "winning in a cool way"? I personally think that winning with Squandered Resources and Cadaverous Bloom is pretty cool. So is winning with a hoard of weennies, or with Enduring Renewal/Goblin Bombardment/ 0cc Creature. Does he mean "They like to win with Goblin Game." or "They want to break Pale Moon"? Is it true that 90% of you don't care? ...maybe I'm reading too much into this. ...maybe I should get back to work.