I'm not sure if you noticed this or not but you're opponent chose not to use any cheesy tactics vs you whatsoever. He didn't use a single return of any sort, nor like the hand of god, nor any grim whatsoever while you spammed grims constantly. He also seemed to only have one Verlaat in his file, maybe two, but by putting him in the back I think he definately didn't have 3. You're cutter of the chord didn't do anything at all. I'm not sure what the point of choosing him was. To show that if you play against a falkow sphere with no returns in it, that you can get a random kill when you were already at an advantage and on your way to a win anyway?
Show him doing something useful, or making a difference.
I liked the rival iczer's style of play. You're was cool too, but playing a cutter of the chord when you are already on the way to winning only because he didn't return a single unit of yours when it would have been easy for him to do so, is almost like you justifying to the world why falkow and everyone else should always bring returns so they don't get slapped in the face with the big smelly fish known as cutter of the chord. He could have owned you so easy with 2 returns.
But anyway well played. Just, it was more of a measured victory I don't see how it's a moral one.
@LoneKnight - not epic fail - he was trying not to be a cheesy noob. I respect him for trying to battle without returns.
I can only use Bringer, BKR Jack, and returns cuz I'm a free player. It's my best shot at winning!