That moment when you open your copy of Blood Bowl after almost 4 1/2 years and realise you’d completely forgotten painting three entire teams and some special players.
I don’t think I’ll bother with the Games Workshop re-release later this year…
Blood Bowl was often on my ‘should I buy it list’, but I never did.
Closest I came was the cardboard standees of Skaven from a very old copy of White Dwarf magazine.
Was never sure how a turn based game would work for a sport.
How does it play and how long for a match on average?
Like that “base slot” storage solution. 🙂
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