Shambling Undead teams are drawn from a mix of vicious undead creatures and former Blood Bowl players that died on the pitch and – through the art of necromancy – have been given the chance of a second career! Most famous of all the Shambling Undead teams that have graced (or stained) the pitch over the years are the mighty Champions of Death.
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Wulfrik the Wanderer travels the four corners of the world and beyond to seek out and challenge the champions of every race and creed; for as punishment for his hubris, Wulfrik is bound to a lifetime of constant duelling and violent death.
A broad and bearded miniature, Wulfrik the Wanderer is caked in trophies from his various adventures. Over a layer of armour and chainmail, several skulls are strapped to his torso, and a half-skeleton rises up from over his shoulder. He sports heavy pauldrons, one of which has yet another skull trophy fixed to it. He also carries a thick sword and a giant, spiked shield. Wulfrik would make an excellent addition to any Warhammer collection.
This is a finely detailed resin cast kit, and contains 6 components and a 25mm square base with which to make one Wulfrik the Wanderer.
This kit is supplied unpainted and requires assembly - we recommend using Citadel Super Glue and Citadel Paints.
Ogres are natural Blood Bowl players, with a long tradition of playing for other teams who can afford to feed them (woe betide the coach who fails to account for their appetite). Ogre teams, however, bring a new level of violence to the game, as their rosters feature not just one or two of these massive brutes, but often 4 of them! Of course, they're also accompanied by a veritable swarm of Gnoblars, tiny greenskin runts who have no natural athletic ability, but enough cunning and wit to know they're supposed to grab the ball from time to time whilst the Ogres are busy pummeling their opponents. Once in a while, the Ogres will give the ball-holders a little kick towards the End Zone, thus scoring some points with a bit of luck.
Snotlings have long admired the game of Blood Bowl from the sidelines, but rarely have they taken to the pitch for… obvious reasons. Well all that’s about to change, as the “Mighty” Crud Creek Nosepickers have blasted down the barriers to bravely (or foolishly) pave the way for their diminutive kin. They're ready to flood the gridiron with a squirming, stinking wave of pint-sized players, along with all the zany contraptions and silly tricks they could dream up in their mushroom-addled brains.
Blood Bowl is the classic game of fantasy football. It’s all about strategy, grit, and – above all – heinous violence. Two players coach their teams to victory on the pitch, utilising every natural advantage, dirty trick, and cheap shot they can come up with to get the ball into the End Zone, or take out the entire opposing team.
The Greenfield Grasshuggers are one of the most esteemed teams in the game. After all, who doesn't love an underdog? Formed back in 2418, these eager and earnest Halflings have had to fight twice as hard to make a name for themselves. They're full of heart, determination, and enough sausage and ale to choke a troll. They’re a joy to face off against on the pitch, not least of which because you might be able to nick one of the best mince pies you've ever had when they're not looking.
Mixed hybrid teams are legal again under NAF rules, formed from a mix of different races and cultures. Skaven and Goblin teams are affectionately called the Underworld Denizens, and the Underworld Creepers are one of the most popular examples. The combination of players from both races joins the best of both worlds, spawning new strengths and eliminating old weaknesses to create something greater than the sum of its parts.
Mixed hybrid teams are legal again under NAF rules, formed from a mix of different races and cultures. The great cities of the Old World have produced some fantastic teams, and the Middenheim Marauders are an excellent example. The combination of Human, Dwarf and Halfling players creates new strengths and eliminates old weaknesses to forge something greater than the sum of its parts.
Snotlings have a… unique aesthetic. These translucent yellow-green dice look just like the substance that gave rise to the Crud Creek Nosepickers’ name! If you’re going to play Snotlings, you may as well go all in on the theme with this set of matching dice.