This was a predictable reaction to a stealth delegate strategy. Having a public stealth delegate strategy was a big mistake in hindsight, and it should have been obvious without the advantage of hindsight (it was to some people, but not to everyone). If stealth was the plan, then it should have remained stealth in execution. You don't tell the opponent about a sneak attack unless there is nothing they can do to stop it. In this case, the numbers just weren't even close to making it work. Yet, the sneak attack was still announced to the world. Now, you can't use the same sneak attack next time. Shouldn't have wasted this weapon.
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