the mechanics - I think that's a good way to think about it. Is just the kind of, like, lower level verbs. You know, shoot, drive, stuff like that. One of the things that I really try to focus on, of course, is verbs as a way to understand mechanics. What, oh, my wife and I do this workshop, where, um, we - we call it the world building workshop. And, the only way we, uh, approach the idea of mechanics - we don't even say the word mechanics, we just say verbs. So, one of the things we do, is we try to show that you can make a dramatic set of mechanics out of any kind of story, no matter how much you think the story isn't conducive to a video game, or to a game in general. So, what we do is, we write down all these movies that people have seen recently. We just say, like, oh, what movie have you seen recently. And, then people are like, oh, I saw, The Imitation Game, or whatever. And, then they put it - we write them up on the wall. And, then we say, okay. Well, now we're going to go through these movies. And, we're going to write down all the verbs you can think of to describe what's happening in the story. But, the only rule is, you can only say verbs. Um, and then we go through the verbs. And, then we try - and then we tell them, you have to choose four that you feel embody the dramatic center of the story. So, if you - if you're doing, I don’t know, um. I mean, if you were doing something like Brokeback Mountain, you can't just do cattle rustling. Because, then it's the cattle rustling game. It's not - that's not just what Brokeback Mountain is about. So, um, it has to be about, like you know, a longing, or sneaking, right. I mean, uh, the game of Brokeback Mountain is basically a stealth dating game. Um, with some cattle rustling in the middle of it. So, uh, but you know, and we've - we've done this workshop many, many times. And, I think that we do, yes, think about, uh, mechanics as the verbs. But, for us, it's about what mechanics do you choose? What mechanics do you choose to combine? So, shoot and jump is one game. Shoot and apologize is a really different game. And, one of those games is actually dramatically engaged with what shooting means. And, the other game is, you know, some kind of a Rambo game.