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Blood Bowl: Gutterbowl Pitch & Rules


Blood Bowl: Gutterbowl Pitch & Rules

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Gutter Bowl is an exciting expansion to Blood Bowl that takes the action off the professional pitch – and into the streets and sewers of the Old World! You'll coach a team of enthusiastic – if inexperienced – players as they settle their differences in brutal street sports. What Gutter Bowl lacks in showmanship, sponsorships, and sporting competence compared to its big brother, Blood Bowl, it more than makes up for in violence and near-complete disregard for the rules!
 
Join the fast-paced tactical fantasy football game in a new urban setting, as your amateur players weave between obstacles, beat up opponents, and score those all-important touchdowns. This expansion includes a double-sided Gutter Bowl pitch – one side depicting a crowded marketplace packed with stalls, the other depicting a foul sewer – as well as a pair of matching double-sided dugouts. There's also rulebook featuring the gritty backstreets history of Gutter Bowl, plus new rules for playing games and leagues on (and underneath) the mean streets of the Old World.
 
This set contains:
– 1x 36-page Blood Bowl: Gutter Bowl rulebook
– 1x Double-sided fold-out Gutter Bowl pitch
– 2x Matching double-sided dugouts
 
You will need a copy of Blood Bowl – The Official Rules to play Gutter Bowl.
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