Bringing up the question of 'What comes after the donkament?'
Blindstealingament? ICMament ? Stopn'goament ? And I'd wager that the only portion(s) of a tournament that isn't (aren't) a donkament is when multiple people have an M in excess of 30 at the same table and shorstacks aren't present, wich means that many, if not most, tournaments never stop to be donkaments before the final 3-4 people are left. Donkaments usually require mostly preflop skills for the good players ot survive/thrive.
This also means that SNG's are another good example of donkaments, especially turbos (this doesn't mean that skilled players cannot win, but it explains the variance and the swings). They are on a much smaller scale, and need a lot less luck since you don't have to take coinflips as often, but still contain what makes a donkament a donkament:
a) No room for postflop play after a while since everyone shoves/fold
b) Donks playing in them