Skavenblight Scramblers Blood Bowl Team box contains twelve Skaven team members, warpstone balls and Skaven specific counters. The miniatures are snap fit and made out of grey plastic. The box also contains an assembly guide and decals and an out of the box team roster. For the full rules, the customers will need the Death Zone Season One book.
The Athelorn Avengers exemplify everything that makes Wood Elves some of the best teams in Blood Bowl: stunning speed and agility, unexpected savagery and natural talent. Star Players like Jordell Freshbreeze and Gloriel Summerbloom have become household names for Blood Bowl fans everywhere. Wood Elf teams are incredibly popular, as they're known to put on an impressive show – they're just as likely to (literally) dance circles around their rivals as they are to get smashed in (literally) spectacular fashion. They play the game better than just about anyone else, and they look stunning while they're at it.
Wood Elves hit hard and fast, but they're not known for their endurance and resilience, alas. They’re the proverbial glass dagger, but in the hands of a skilled coach they can produce impressive results. If you're content to scrape by with minimal effort, this isn't the team for you – it takes finesse and skill to win games, but when you succeed, you know you've earned it. For their part, Wardancers are amongst the most impressive starting players in the game, all your Wood Elf players start with at least 7 Movement, and they have access to one of the wildest collections of Star Players to be found anywhere.
This multipart plastic kit contains all the components you need to assemble the Athelorn Avengers, a Wood Elf team for use in games of Blood Bowl, containing 2 Catchers, 2 Throwers, 2 Wardancers and 6 Line Elves, plus a roster sheet. Also included are a transfer sheet, 2 turn markers featuring a Wood Elf motif, 3 thematic balls, and 14 Citadel 32mm Round bases featuring holes in which to place the ball.
The rules to use Wood Elf teams in your games of Blood Bowl can be found in Spike! Journal 6.
The Destroyer Cults think nothing of sacrificing their physical forms to optimise themselves for slaughter. Lokhust Heavy Destroyers skim to battle upon repulsor-sled bodies, their upper limbs bound into gauss destructors or enmitic exterminators with which they decimate their foes with devastating blasts from afar.
Whether you're looking to scythe through infantry or crack your enemy's biggest tanks with ease, you'll want a Lokhust Heavy Destroyer. This fast-moving gun platform pairs superbly with other Destroyer units or as a standalone for an army which just needs a little extra firepower.
This kit builds one Lokhust Heavy Destroyer. Push-fit construction means you won't need any glue to build it, and the set comes with your choice of heads and deadly weapons. It is supplied in 33 plastic components and comes with a 60mm round base.
Terminator Chaplain Tarentus
Contains 1 push-fit, push-off frame plastic Citadel Miniature
Equipped with a combi-flamer, this miniature is a HQ choice for Space Marine armies
This exclusive Commemorative Series miniature is only available for a short period of time
Launch stock released on 31st October 2020
Treemen have become a fixture of modern Blood Bowl, playing for a variety of teams. They hold down the Line of Scrimmage as the ultimate defensive players, adding staying power to some of the squishier teams like Halflings and Wood Elves.
This fantastic kit will build one of two different types of Treemen. The Altern Forest version blends in nicely with your Halflings (including the infamous Akhorne the Squirrel), while the Loren Forest Treeman features an ornate face mask that looks right at home in a Wood Elf team. Their slow speed is balanced by high strength and resilience, both sorely needed on those teams…
This plastic model is supplied in 13 components, including a 40mm round base. Treemen are available to play for Wood Elf, Halfling, and Old World Alliance teams. You can find all the rules you need to use them in your games of Blood Bowl in the Second Season Official Rules.
This deck of 64 cards contains all of the universal Special Plays available to every team as inducements in the new edition of Blood Bowl, broken down into handy categories. You’ll also find reminder cards for the results of the Prayers to Nuffle table from the book.
You won’t find these Special Plays anywhere else, so make sure you secure a copy of this deck if you want to take advantage of these strategic inducements to help even the odds.
– 8 Benefits of Training Special Play cards
– 8 Dirty Tricks Special Play cards
– 8 Heroic Feats Special Play cards
– 8 Magical Memorabilia Special Play cards
– 8 Miscellaneous Mayhem Special Play cards
– 8 Random Events Special Play cards
– 16 Prayers to Nuffle reminder cards
You’ll need a copy of Blood Bowl: The Official Rules to make full use of these cards.
Join our esteemed guest editor Jacques O’Lanterne as we dig in to what makes Necromantic Horror teams tick. You’ll thrill to hear how Necromancers put together their teams (literally, in the case of Flesh Golems), as well as the sordid history of some infamous Sylvanian teams.
The 36 pages of this dusty tome are stuffed with all manner of dark humour, rules to raise your team (from the grave), and advice to guide them to victory. As the first Spike! Journal to be published after the new edition of Blood Bowl, the content has been adjusted ever so slightly, but it will feel quite familiar to long-time sports fans. It includes:
- Things That Go Bump in the Night: covers where Necromantic Horror teams arise from, as well as an overview of each position – Zombie Linemen, Ghoul Runners, Wraiths, Werewolves, and Flesh Golems.
- Famous Necromantic Horror teams, including the Wolfenburg Crypt-stealers, Bruendar Grimjacks, and Pumpkin Patch Petrifiers, plus full profiles for the Star Players that can be hired.
- Star Player Spotlight: Frank ’n’ Stein – the Flesh Golem that combined the brains and brawn of two decent players to become something greater than the sum of his parts.
- Dirt From the Dugout: Mindy Piewhistle returns with the graveyard dirt on rumours of a Star Player's potential retirement – could he have a life after the gridiron?
- Star Player Spotlight: Wilhelm ‘the Wolfman’ Chaney – growing up as an outcast from Human society has made Wilhelm a somewhat eccentric personality, but his savagery in the field more than make up for it.
- Sylvanian Night-time Leagues: Custom rules for running a league season as the Spooky Skull Cup, as well as special rules to represent games played in Sylvania.
- Chat with the Rat: Hackspit sits down with the coach of the Bruendar Grimjacks about scouting and recruiting new players for Necromantic Horror teams.
- Trick or Treat: the pro playbook for new Necromantic Horror coaches, including advice on raising a solid roster, developing their skills, and running effective plays.
- Star Player Spotlight: Bryce ‘the Slice’ Cambuel – after a premature and self-inflicted end to his career as a living player, this chainsaw-wielding Blocker was revived to give it another go in the afterlife.
- Eerie Inducements: hire some of the unsavoury characters that abound in these dark and dismal lands.
- A new episode of Mighty Blow!
Any Necromancer worth their staff knows that image is everything. This set of orange dice features a mysterious ectoplasmic swirl and black markings – perfectly complementing the Wolfenburg Crypt-stealers team.
This set includes all of the dice you need to play:
- 3x Blood Bowl Block dice
- 2x 6-sided dice with the Necromantic Horror icon in place of the ‘6’
- 1x 8-sided dice Blood Bowl Scatter Dice
- 1x 16-sided dice
Blood Bowl is a gloriously violent game, but the best players don't let anything as pedestrian as death keep them down. The Necromancers of Sylvania discovered some time ago that their magical talents made for a viable career as a coach. They soon began making dark pacts with Ghouls, Wraiths, and even Werewolves – or simply stitching together Flesh Golems from the beefiest body parts they could scare up.
Slow but durable Zombies flesh out your lineup. Combined with a variety of specialised players to choose from, a savvy Necromancer can tailor the team to a variety of play styles. Ghouls and Werewolves bring speed, Wraiths are slippery, and Flesh Golems are strong and tough. And as the dead don't rest easy, they'll always be up for more, win or lose.
This multipart plastic kit contains all the components you'll need to build the Wolfenburg Crypt-Stealers, a Necromantic Horror team for use in games of Blood Bowl. It contains 14 players:
– 6 Zombie Linemen
– 2 Ghoul Runners
– 2 Wraiths
– 2 Werewolves
– 2 Flesh Golems
You'll also find 2 turn counters, 2 coins, 4 spooky balls, 14 32mm round slotta bases, and a transfer sheet.
The rules to use Necromantic Horror teams in your games of Blood Bowl can be found in Spike! Journal Issue 11.