Friday, February 16, 2018

Blood Bowl League, Post Season Analysis

The Blood Bowl league at Aetherstorm Gaming came to a close recently. So here's a look at the Zharr-Angkor Immortals, a Chaos Dwarf team, at the end of the season. 

The team ended with 9 wins, 2 draws, and 3 losses. It wasn't enough to score them the top spot, but enough to place them high in the league's standings.

The overall idea for each of the team's positionals are pretty obvious. The Chaos Dwarf Blockers took the brunt of the fighting, which was made easier thanks to judicious amounts of Mighty Blow and Guard (and one Claw, which was the first skill roll I made for the team!). The Bull Centaurs did most of the legwork, scoring touchdowns and dealing out the pain. And the Hobgoblins, while not spectacular, helped to add a little variety to the team with a more diverse range of skills.

I had fun with the Chaos Dwarves. They're a team that can developed into a really nasty bash team, but still have some vulnerabilties that other teams can exploit; chiefly, their lack of ball handling skills and the squishy Hobgoblins.

I'll be moving on to another team for whatever league I participate in next; maybe Undead, or Underworld for a real change-up.

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