This Blood Bowl topic is going to be a lengthy one. It’s also my perspective. This is my opinion and not everyone is going to agree on the best way to handle team management. Ultimately it’s a subjective area but hopefully you find this useful. What I’ll discuss is the… Read More »15 Blood Bowl Team Management Tips to Maximize Your Team Value
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Overall, we’re not competitive gamers, however we do also cover some army specific strategies and tactics, as well as unit reviews. There are sites dedicated to such things, so usually we’re covering our own experiences, and less about what you should be doing. Play your army however you want, we just may have some insights.
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These are Blood Bowl tips that I’ve learned through years of gaming, be it online or tabletop. These tips are applicable to both versions of the game, however, I am discussing tabletop today. I want to share with you all those things I’ve learned from hundreds of games of Blood… Read More »12 Blood Bowl Tips to Become a Better Player Today
A common problem with new players in Blood Bowl is choosing a team that’s not beginner friendly. There’s a lot of teams, a lot of unique playstyles, and a lot of great looking models. It can be hard to nail down what team you want to play. I would suggest… Read More »Blood Bowl Beginner Teams for New Players (Tips & Advice)
Right now the shop I play at is in its 5th season for the Blood Bowl league I run. The league started in 2016 and it has only gotten progressively better each and every season since it began. This lead me to think it might be worthwhile to write about… Read More »How to Setup a Successful Blood Bowl League for Tabletop
I was thinking about Gaslands and how it shares similarities with the Grand Prix. You have a pole position, teams, and hazards to deal with.
Once cars changed tires, several times, on a regular good drive. But problems would spoil it! They could get stuck. Worse, there were times they fell over. Even much worse was when a head on collision smacked into both cars caught in the same rut and they couldn’t avoid it.… Read More »Cars of Course (Gaslands) with Jerry Mandering