... and get off my lawn, you young whippersnappers. Hi there. I realize I'm mostly preaching to the choir by writing this - most of you guys are veteran RTS players, with a history not only in TA and SupCom, but also in WarCraft, AoE, StarCraft and all the other great games of the genre. Still, there's something that's been bothering me, and the forum is the only channel there is to spread the word - so here it goes: I rarely see "gg" used properly in Planetary Annihilation. GG - short for "good game" - has traditionally been used as an acknowledgement of defeat in RTS titles, most prominently in StarCraft, SC:BW and SC2. It's basically only typed by the loser of a game at a point where defeat is inevitable, and the winner usually responds in kind - with a "gg" of his/her own. This tradition was/is so ingrained in the (professional) StarCraft scene that it's considered rude of the winner to preemptively "gg", and korean SC progamers even faced disqualifications / losses / fines upon improper use of "gg". Now obviously PA isn't StarCraft, and traditions always evolve and change. But so far in PA, I have almost never seen "gg" used the "right" way. It's become more of a mechanical motion upon victory, most often used by the winners of a match / fight (the chat system doesn't help, btw, immediately placing the loser in the separate spectator chat). Worse, though, is that it's often used as a taunt, where the superior player will "gg" the moment before a planet collides or an SSX salvo finishes the game. So ... I'm hoping to see "gg" used properly more often, as a show of sportsmanship, and a way for the losers of matches to properly and gracefully end a match. Thanks for reading.