Monday, April 7, 2014

Blood Bowl Game 1 Report

Four Feet of Chaos V.S. The Hellburgh Squeakers
(The results from the Chaos Dwarf point of view)

The team so far
The height depraved players of Four Feet of Chaos served their chaotic patrons well in the great bloody ritual that is Blood Bowl and brought glory to themselves winning 3-0 against the Hellburgh Squeakers who squeaked their painful death cries from under their stocky boots. The day was temperate and cool, a good day for killing in the name of the great unholy ones and at the start of the second half Tzeentch decided to part the clouds and bless us with a bright sun to keep the vile skaven rats from making a sneaky come-back. (Which they're known for doing.)
In the first half on the first turn of the game, the Hellburgh Squeakers took the ball. Their Rat Ogre, Phillip, with much enthusiasm and ferocity, smacked the Chaos Dwarf team leader, The Chaos Dwarf Blocker Gharzhakh Bloodhammer, an especially menacing dwarf who earned his name from permanently staining his hammer red with the blood of countless elves in a great war, on the head leaving him unconscious in the pits until the start of the next half in which he made a come-back and scored a touchdown on the last turn of the game.
The Rat Ogre's arrogance was repaid in double when the Chaos Dwarf Blocker Khatan Ogreslayer badly injured Phillip on the first turn of the second half, sending him to the apothecaries to miss the next game.
Khatan Ogreslayer smacking a gutterrunner
Rhalkos The Destroyer, a great black bull centaur who once stomped an entire halfling village flat beneath his hooves, caused so much terror in That One Rat that That One Rat tried to flee but was ultimately stomped flat and crushed dead. (Sadly it was from a dodge roll, not a block, so the gods did not bestow any star player points on Rhalkos for this.)
Shazhakh Ironhoof, The reddish brown Bull Centaur and apprentice to Rhalkos proved himself to Khorne by spilling the blood of a rat named Scoob, crushing him beneath his iron hooves and giving him a serious concussion, causing him to miss the next game and have a permanent -1 to armour value. Shazhakh Ironhoof also scored a touchdown for the game, leveling him up.
The Hobgoblin player, Nottan Orc, who is a rather skinny orc disguised as a hobgoblin to get back at his old team who fired him for being too weak, with the bludgeoning fists of his team mates was able to score a touchdown in the first drive.
Złakoza The Hooved, named so for his cloven hooves mutation he received for some deed involving goats and unspeakable things only he and Slaanesh are aware of, was awarded the MVP, causing him to level up!
In the end, this spectacle of blood and gore in the name of the chaotic gods was greatly enjoyed by the fans and Four Feet of Chaos became a little more famous, earning almost enough gold to hire their sixth Chaos Dwarf player but not quite enough.
Their next opponent will be next weekend (after this because I will be in Las Vegas from Thursday to Wednesday) against Jeremy Ford and his Imhotep's Legion of Khemri!


One extra photo of models for the team.
These two models will be used for the star players Nobbla Blackwart and Rashnak Backstabber. I also need to get a 6th chaos dwarf blocker painted for the team and the minotaur pretty soon.

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