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 Post subject: The Aftermath......
 Post Posted: Sun May 14, 2006 10:12 pm 
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after a grueling 2 days i the" Bad Bay Hackers" finished 15th in the blood bowl (well chuffed)

the Grand Prize was Taken by Chris Blair ( and he didnt shut up all the way home)

Thanks to all my opponents for a great weekend

See you all at The spiky Open

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 Post Posted: Sun May 14, 2006 10:38 pm 
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I finished 69th (with ticket 69). :wink: :smoking:

With Da Smarteez, my multi-coloured Goblins-of-insanity :o

I made it to table 14 for the fifth game (and Lycos whooped me 4-0 :roll: ) so I was very happy with my first Bloodbowl major.

Some great memories (including playing an identical Gobbo line-up in a greenskin-stunty-derby and winning 4-0).

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 Post subject: Re: The Aftermath......
 Post Posted: Sun May 14, 2006 10:41 pm 
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ace2k00 wrote:
after a grueling 2 days i the" Bad Bay Hackers" finished 15th in the blood bowl (well chuffed)

the Grand Prize was Taken by Chris Blair ( and he didnt shut up all the way home)

Thanks to all my opponents for a great weekend

See you all at The spiky Open

Dave


a well deserved win by the norse


"its comming home its comming home bloodbowls comming home"


but spanish team in the final again!!!

well done boys

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 Post Posted: Sun May 14, 2006 10:42 pm 
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but who won all the prizes is what i wanna know! :P

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 Post Posted: Sun May 14, 2006 11:27 pm 
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well i know who won the coveted 'Mr Blood Bowl' award 8)

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 Post Posted: Mon May 15, 2006 12:00 am 
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I want to see a pic of your team!

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 Post Posted: Mon May 15, 2006 12:27 am 
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A Quick overview

Winner - Chris Blair (not often found here on TBB) Norse
Finalist - Grotuk, from Spain Necro
Warhammer World winner - Farina (Italy) (well done Gianluca)Dwarves

Most Cas: Ithiker (again I fairly sure) 31
Most TDs - Oriel (Spain) 19

Great fun, 180 coaches. Nobody won all 6 games...... Geggster was 5th with 5 wins 1 draw so you can figure how close the top 5 were.....


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 Post Posted: Mon May 15, 2006 9:09 am 
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Hey you forgot the coveted Game Ball award which went to Ben Hamond and his Bugmans Brawlerz team

on a side note over the course of the weekend I managed to get every sing Halfling on my team sent off at least once (there's 14 of em) with the most on one game being 5.

Also please note that I had the biggest losing margin for a game with a 7-0 brawl in game 6 (why wouldn't those skinks stay still)

Anyways I had a great weekend and I hope everyone else did

Next year its gona be The Little Chefs for the Blood Bowl

Complete Res

Game One Vs Lizardmen
Result 3-0 Loss
Cas 4-2 Loss

Game Two Vs Dwarfs
Result 3-1 Loss
Cas 4-2 Loss

Game Three Vs High Elves
Result 5-0 Loss
Cas 0-0 Draw

Game Four Vs Goblins
Result: Opponent Forced to Conseed (look at the Announcmets thread for better details)
Cas 4-1 Win

Game Five Vs Skaven
Result 5-0 Loss
Cas 3-0 Win

Game Six Vs Lizardmen
Result 7-0 Loss
Cas 5-0 Win

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 Post Posted: Mon May 15, 2006 10:18 am 
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POsting in this thread as it seems more appropriate....This was my first UK Blood Bowl.

Very happy with my results 3 Wins & 3 Draws...Came in 23rd of 180 on my first showing and against some tough opposition! (12 Cas, 10 TD's)

Probably could have score higher if GW gave us all the full 4 minute allowance rather than shorting us 8 minutes a game! I also let an opponent finish his turn on a 'time called' which allowed him to equalize. but thats all in spirit of the game!

I played a Human Team: The Blood Strip Cavaliers:

4 Blitzers
2 Catchers,
2 Throwers,
3 Linemen
4 x RR

And I was put up against:

Necro
Necro
Ogre
Undead
Amazon
Khmri

Not an easy match in there!!

I Skilled up with Guard on 3 Blitzers & Block on 2 Catchers. Seemed a safe option and kept me kicking to the end.

Overall a great couple of days.
Amazed and dissapointed GW didn't have more BB stock even at an event like this but their loss is my gain as I sorted a few peolple out for some mini's for their collection! 8)

Great stuff!!

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 Post Posted: Mon May 15, 2006 11:46 am 
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Hi mates! anybody knows the winner of painting prize?? thx
I`m not sure but the next year don´t miss this GT 8)

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 Post Posted: Mon May 15, 2006 2:13 pm 
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Excellent tournament. Great to see everyone again and well done to all the winners especially Chris Blair (who has obviously improved a huge amount since I last played him :wink: - well done mate)

I think GW are learning and have got the rules and organisation just about right now. Possibly still lacks the character of some of the other tourneys on the circuit but it was still a lot of fun.

Thanks to all my opponents:

Amazon (lycos)
Dark Elves (carl)
Wood Elves (kerrunch)
Skaven (lupus)
Amazon (thomas)
Skaven (pulpo_fiction)

11th place with a 4/1/1 breakdown in the end, which I was pretty happy with but hoped for more :-? :D

See you all next year...

Brendan 8)

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Thanks to the Nothern Scum for the Call and The Song 'Frere Jacques'
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Even as the guest ref, I got 5 games in, as odd man out.
2 wins and a draw on the first day. :D
2 losses on the second. :oops:

But I had a great time.

I'm playing next year - the trophys mine (notice I don't say which ;)).

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Great Weekend! As always brilliant to meat up with old friends, make new ones and put faces to names, especially the euro guys.

6 top games against 6 top blokes.

Game 1 (Guy who’s name I cant remember) Orcs. 2 – 1 Victory.
Apologies for not remembering your name mate. Really enjoyed the game Nice team with “chavâ€

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Lycos wrote:
Most Cas: Ithiker (again I fairly sure) 31
32 ;) Defended the trophy... just...

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