sooooo, your analogy with a lottery draw is a poor one. Yes, the odds of any one person winning the lottery are miniscule, but the odds of someone winning, out of millions of iterations (sold tickets) are nothing special. By making the analogy to "a lottery winner in the dock", you're already admitting that SANTCA has "won the lottery" with regards to combat luck. That makes sense if there are millions of teams playing the game at once, not so much in this singular case. If (in order to prove your case), you already have to assume one-in-a-million odds, that doesn't exactly dispel suspicion! What we have here is more akin to someone purchasing several dozen lottery scratch-offs and winning on every single one of them. I think anyone in their right mind would find that pretty fishy. That's not going to happen in a truly random situation. Whomp, I have no idea how one would cheat; I don't know anything about that. Nor do I have a quick and easy solution to this situation. I really, really didn't want to raise this issue at all. I simply don't believe that it's possible for all of the random battles to swing in one team's favor, over and over again, across such a lengthy period of time. I'm a little surprised that no one on SANTCA seems to find any of this even the slightest bit suspicious. Since Memphus seems to control 99% of what goes on with SANCTA, one possible solution would be to have someone else assume the reigns of the team and have Memphus recede into the background for a while, at least until the current war ends. Of course, that's no easy fix either, since Memphus is virtually the sole person running the team right now. I think that might be the best option, however.