@Azzagtot He just explained to you why your screenshot was basically a moot point. The wins required are different from what is shown. The Orkz were more around 3-4k wins, Chaos was like 5k, Eldar will probably be 3k ish, and LSM needed 6k. And of course a more concentrated higher skill playerbase will have more wins than one watered down with so many newbies. Especially if you count the fact that LSM had more trouble getting matches than the other factions, because they themselves are the highest pop faction bloated even more by faction hoppers to the campaign. Forget the whole bit about idiots calling out sabotage and cheating. Let's even forget some try hard guilds suddenly showing up on the last day and stomping games. Who cares, that doesn't even factor into the basic common sense hard math equation of how things turned out. Besides, just as ridiculous as blaming all that conspiracy shit for an LSM possible loss (sabotage and shit), is just as ridiculous as blaming the Devs for an LSM win. Hypocritical a bit there. Perhaps less illuminati memes will do us some good? And last but not least, even if the Devs did help LSM along, which no one will ever know. What the flipping fuck does it matter? Who the hell cares? It isn't like the LSM faction didn't bust their ass for this campaign. And even if it wasn't the newbies, us Vets basically killed ourselves just to get this far. It'd be really douchey of the developers, and you as a person, to insist that even after all that work (and notice not fun, but work), they don't win. LSM won that campaign, if not by numbers (which they got anyways), then by effort alone. At the very least, the effort of Vets dragging the rest kicking and screaming to the finish line.