In the game Dragon Escape, at the beginning of the game the brief message that tells new players how to play says, "Last player alive wins!" I consider this to be untrue, and mildly misleading. For those of you that don't know, you can win Dragon Escape in 2 different ways: 1. When all players have died, and no one has reached the finish, the player who has ran the farthest distance is the winner 2. The player that is first to make it to the end of the course wins That being said, the statement that the last player alive wins is inaccurate. The last player alive still has a chance to either overtake the person who made it the farthest before they died or make it to the end. This means that although the last player alive could win, they will not always win and sometimes it could be the person who died first, or second, or any other place who had the biggest lead that could win the game. Because of these reasons, I think that the statement should be changed to some variation of this: "The player that makes it farthest or to the end first wins!" Thanks for reading and contributing to this thread!