Let the bodies hit the floor, Let the bodies hit the floor, Let the bodies hit the floor, Let the bodies hit the floor! Please as I need some players…
Welcome to the Kansas City Cadavers my first ever BB team as we run a league down at Leodis Games for all the fun times.
Now some of you may know is I like to convert things to make them more my own, I cant help myself. So when the chance to give BB a go and after deciding on Undead as a team I had to go all in.
So Elves and Orcs may I present to you the Kansas City Cadavers.
First up the Ghoultastic running corps, they will glide through team like they werent there.Crinkleberry, W.W.Winkle, L. Durrix
Next we have the Bashiest of Bash Brothers, the Brothers B’Ash (points if you know what model they are based from)J.
Next the backbone of the team the linemen, they can shackle any opposing player with their bone-jangling blocks..
Here be zombies, we dont get attached to them
Finally we have the players with the Wight stuff and always deliver when its needed.
So there is the starting 11 plus some zombies (and extra Ghoul) ready for the Leodis league, in which the undead hope to find some new team members ready to make an assault on the bottom of the table..
While on the Shellcase Forums I had pestered Von to give me some more beginners tips on bloodbowl as alas I never played it when it was available as the box.
Not sure why who knows ANYWAY I have suddenly developed a possible taste for it 😀 so without further ado I shall pass you onto Von for those who like me have sinned and never played BB before..
Blood Bowl is a board game which very approximately simulates American football gone Warhammer. Heaven alone knows why. It’s presented as a ‘beer and pretzels’ game and it’s certainly fun to play that way, but it also rewards the cruel, relentless tactical-mechanics approach (rather better than most of Games Workshop’s systems do).