Kia: So it’s like a 10-man raid?
Kia’s Brain: Well, 11 men, but sure, something like that.
Kia: And you’re playing against, like, another 10-man raid? There’s no boss? No trash?
Kia’s Brain: 11 men. And, well… something like that.
Kia: So then… it’s actually PvP. Like Warsong Gulch. I hate PvP with all the fiery passion of a thousand burning suns.
Kia’s Brain: Yes, but there’s no death in football. We hope.
Kia: Still. So, the guy with the flag…
Kia’s Brain: … ball…
Kia: Fine, the guy with the BALL tries to get to base…
Kia’s Brain: …the endzone…
Kia: Fine, the endzone, in order to score a point.
Kia’s Brain: Six points.
Kia: …six points. Okay. And the other team is trying to take the ball away and take it to their own base.
Kia’s Brain: Endzone. But that is essentially correct.
Kia: Look, a yellow flag! Someone threw it on the ground! Pick it up and run, guys, you can score!
Kia’s Brain: That is not the ball, that is a penalty marker. It means someone did something wrong.
Kia: What, like leaving the flag carrier alone?
Kia’s Brain: BALL carrier, ball. And no, more like unnecessary roughness or intentional grounding or holding or a false start.
Kia: Oh. So, the one team carries the flag…
Kia’s Brain: …ball…
Kia: …ball, until the other team stops them and then the other team gets to carry the flag. I mean, ball. And the flags are irrelevant to scoring.
Kia’s Brain: Well, not irrelevant, but not helpful either. Unless it’s thrown on the other team.
Kia: Like a stunlock or a root or something like that.
Kia’s Brain: Not even a little bit. But close enough.
Kia: Right. So then, after four 15-minute games…
Kia’s Brain: Oh my god, QUARTERS. Four QUARTERS.
Kia: Right, QUARTERS, after four QUARTERS, the team with the most flags wins?
Kia’s Brain: /headdesk
Kia: This isn’t really anything at all like Warsong Gulch.
Kia’s Brain: I hate you so much.