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What is Blood Bowl?

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BOARD GAME GEEK SUMMARY

It has been given a rating of 8.6 on BoardGameGeek from 400+ ratings.

The latest in a long and glorious line of Blood Bowl seasons, this represents the next step in three decades of evolution. With new and improved rules, streamlined gameplay, and a refined campaign system, everyone’s favourite game of fantasy football is back and better than ever.

Play as the coach for a team of Imperial Nobility or Black Orc Blood Bowl players who battle it out on the gridiron in great arenas. Play riches, pride and to entertain hordes of your team’s devoted fans. You decide the line-up and choose the tactics, but remember …. “It’s not the winning or losing that matters, it’s the mayhem and violence that count!”

Games Workshop has produced a number of videos explaining how to play Blood Bowl.

1. Introduction

2. The Basics

3. Setting Up Your Game

4. The Pre-Game Sequence and Kicking Off

5. Player Profiles and Status

6. Moving and Dodging

7. Passing the Ball

8. Blocking, Armour and Injury

9. Playing Dirty with Fouls

10. Star Players

11. The Big Picture

If you’re interested in getting into Blood Bowl. I can’t suggest you start anywhere else but these excellent collection of videos.

— Peter

Woehammer Facebook Group

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Did you know that Woehammer have a Facebook group? Why not head over there and post some pictures of your miniatures, we’ll include them in monthly hobby summary alongside our own.

#ArmiesonParade2021

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I’ve been obsessed with looking through the hashtag for Armies on Parade in 2021 and I thought I would share some of my favourites.

Woehammer Roundup 26/09/21

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This is the very first outing for the hobby roundup and I’m starting as we mean to go on!

Wilbur the Red on Twitter (@Mr_Whateley)

Wilbur’s Chaos Renegades

Wilbur has done a spectacular job on this Blood Bowl team to make them truly stand out from the crowd. With Skaven, Dark Elves, Orcs and Goblins all involved in the lineup it’s no mean feat to give them all a coherency. Wilbur has done this with a fantastic pink, using it to pick out the armour details. Using a darker tone may have meant losing that coherency, so this was an excellent choice in my opinion.

The models are painted to an exquisite standard and the subtle basing really finished them off nicely.

Wilbur wrote about finishing this team along with some great artwork his friend completed to go with them on his blog.

Remember to include #woehammer on your future tweets if you would like us to show off your work!

The Woeful Brush Painting Competition Sponsored by SCN Hobby World

Closing date for entries 30th November. £1 entry, win your choice of a Start Collecting or Combat Patrol box set!

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