Well, I guess I'm going to have to find a use for Xatu now.
Now, we know the obvious mistakes, and they do detract from the warstory, but when I look at the bigger picture, I see some great commentary. In reality, that's all that matters. I don't care how close the ending result is as long as the road to get there was good. In this story, it was. A warstory exists purely to show thought processes of intelligent players in a competitive environment. Sometimes we need to be reminded of that. Nice warstory guys.