"We don't have an 'agenda,' we just play." "Playing is its own reward."
I call bullshit. If the group is getting something they really like and want out of play, it's because they're doing something to make that happen. If they play in such a way that
Dysfunctional version: someone's receiving some Railroading, either most everyone by one person or everyone on everyone else, and no one can admit it. In this case, play typically devolves into Zilchplay.
A form of Illusionism practiced among all the participants upon one another to conceal both Step On Up and Story Now priorities from one another. Term coined by Ron Edwards; see Narrativism: Story Now.