Okay guys, time to get my monthly post out of the way now. I intend to change that to once a week.
The term WAAC (win at all costs) is thrown around a lot these days. Generally it's used to describe someone who brought a good list and knows how to use it. In other words, a competitive gamer.
But let's take a closer look at the acronym. Win at all costs (with emphasis on all) should mean that someone will literally do anything if it gets them closer to a win, and they'll do everything they can to get that W. So, by definition a WAAC gamer is someone who slips cocaine into their opponents' water bottles and cheats. Their army must also be painted by the best painter in the world, and have a full-length movie directed by James Cameron to explain the fluff (this will gain points from fluff bunnies).
If they don't do these things, they do not fit the definition of "win at all costs".
I am going to start calling people out on this whenever I see them use the term WAAC because it's annoying.