if we, representing jagex interest posture, stare at some nim players replicating for the next 20 years fantasizing about their downfall, do you think runescape would even have any leverage whatsoever? or do you think that nim really is what it was about... i mean let's say we had only, 1 second of nims, and let's say a lax 270,000 hours of combined RS (60,000 times 300 hours yearly played as just one small little estimate) could one ounce of physical equivalent of being busy playing rs be the same amount of the weight as one ounce of nim matches? it ties someone up to describe a game, i understand that. But the way people describe RS to the public from the getgo is like it takes forever to explain, yet can be done so in a convenient package which contains inconvenience.... I never could teach a noob how to begin and enjoy the game who in the end wasn't prepared, so I knew if 1 ounce or pound of time is the same as the other ounce or pound of time, that it would be fair to say it would be understandable, the same level, but when someone seems to take 300,000 put together hours of playing nims, how there are definite better benefits than RS is still there, without RS beforehand? how?. Another comparison, 100000 hours of being fooled by card tricks, and 1 hour of runescape... How are they gonna even this stuff out, do you all ever study things like this or am i the only one?