Didn’t we just go over a bunch of juicy news and previews? Oh wait that was over a week ago. Still, a week?! Slow down, GW, we can’t keep up! Alright, guys lets gather back ’round the round table to go over what was shown off.
So word must have gotten out at work that I had a few minutes of spare time in the evening as it seems since my last update my work load has been grown exponentially. Despite the lame hours away from home and family I have been slowly chipping away at my undead team and have a status update for everybody. Continue reading
Recently I did a review of the Vortice Undead team and named them as my go-to undead team for Blood Bowl. Originally my plan had been to finish the team out by the years end. Under a normal work schedule combined with my generally sloth painting speed that would have been a tough challenge for me to accomplish. Alas, work decided to move me across country with a good three week notice and also decided to place me in an new organization that has the work tempo set to 11. As you can imagine this has thrown a wrench in my dreams of have having the team painted by years end but I have made some progress and now is my time to show off what I have finished.
Over the years my collection of Blood Bowl teams has waxed and waned in direct correlation to my time available to game and my economic standing. Despite the fluctuations the one team I never pulled the trigger on was the Undead team. I’ve always liked the idea of an Undead team ever since I read about the Champions of Death and their coach Tomolandry the Undying. Despite the interest in the team I was never truly satisfied with the team options out there. GWs Undead had good components but the Zombies where weakly done and I also felt like the Ghouls looked like they were in need of a sports bra. What I longed for was an Undead team that had a consistent sports team look that still offered great details and a lot of character.
For those that are new to Blood Bowl, it might come as a surprise that there is a thriving independent market for “Fantasy Football” minis from various third party companies. During the years when Games Workshop halted production, and in some cases even sent Cease and Desist letters to players who even mentioned the words Blood and Bowl on their websites, these small operations kept the Blood Bowl community up to its collective eyeballs in new minis. If you think that trend has halted… or even slowed a hair since Games Workshop has put the game back into print, you are very wrong.