I can indeed....But everything must end at some point...and although you believe the end wasn't as good as the story as a whole I have to disagree. The poignancy of Hitchcock leaving the game and yet knowing that at any time he 'could' pick it up again is delightful. Knowing that he may be tempted but will not return to play after all the blood, sweat, and tears he expended is quite heartful in my opinion. He is sad, tired, and yet in a way relieved that he survived the 'ordeal' of guiding Wallachia into an empire that will likely last forever and keeping balance in a Europe that will likely never see a WWI or a WWII, for that matter. At least in game terms and time, anyway. He has much to be proud of, and I think later on he would realize this and be proud of the job he did.