Coach Sestonn arrives with a smile and seems all laughs as the first question arrives.
Q: Coach Sestonn, things really didn’t go your way this afternoon. Do you have any comments?
A: I was frustrated at first, for sure. But then I settled in, joined the Jester in his box, and just let Eternal Goodnight do their thing. It was fun to watch. They followed the same basic strategy I started them with. Stab here. Smash Griff there. You know, all the very same stuff that wasn’t working in the first place.
Q: What does this loss mean for Eternal Goodnight?
A: They will head to the farm where hopefully they can find a few good matches, just for the fun of it.
Q: So you have no intention of bringing Eternal Goodnight to the pros for Season 4?
A: Oh no. That honor goes to Dignity, the High Elf team I have been working on. Unfortunately, Dignity has become a little too developed, but I am still confident that with a cut here or there Dignity will be able to slip under the Farm-to-Pro rating.
Q: Let’s not change the subject, Coach. What do you have to say about the Misbegot Canting Crew’s Star Peasant player, Sid….
A: And since Dignity will have to make a few cuts, I want all of the High Elf Teams to know that a few of Dignity’s Star Players will be on the table for Transfer week.
Q: Coach Sestonn, please….
A: Possibly even Simenion “Physique” IF the price is right.
Q: Don’t you think peasant player Sid….
Coach Sestonn walks out as the crowd’s chant becomes a deafening roar. DIG-NI-TY! DIG-NI-TY! DIG-NI-TY! ((11 Fan factor, as of the writing of this article.))