Showing posts from February, 2010

February 12th, 2010: Wolfenburg Warherd at Grunge's Goons

Welcome again, sports fans! Today saw the Chaos team, the Wolfenburg Warherd, take on the dwarves, Grunge’s Goons. Amazingly, 26,000 fans showed up to watch this match between two new team in the league. As with everywhere else in the Old World, the beastmen in the stands seemed to outnumber the dwarves. There was a blizzard here today. I am getting thoroughly sick of working in the cold snow. The only thing that kept me warm was the high level of violence in today’s game. There weren’t many notable plays, but both teams spent a fair amount of time on the ground. As a matter of fact, the Warherd ended the game with only one player on his…uhh…her…uhh…its feet…uhh…hoofs. Here were today’s highlights: First Half Upon opening kickoff, someone threw a rock from the stands and hit the Goons’ Blitzer Doknox. The dwarf spent the next two turns wandering the board aimlessly. Turn 4: Fang (Warherd) got a casualty on George Blitzer (Goons), sending him off the pitch for the rest

February 6th, 2010: Hobbly's Heroes at Hell's Pit Warplocks

Hello, sports fans, and welcome to today’s matchup! Today we get to see the humans, Hobbly’s Heroes take on the skaven , Hell’s Pit Warplocks. There are reportedly 31,000 fans taking in today’s game, with skaven fans slightly outnumbering the human fans. In the past, we’ve noticed that the human fans don’t like getting gnawed on every time the skaven score. The weather is fine, though there are reports of a storm heading this way. Hobbly has won the coin toss and has elected to kick off. One person conspicuously absent at the moment is Hobbly’s rookie catcher, Jimmy Fisher. The correspondent on the sideline says that Jimmy hasn’t come out of the bathroom yet. It must be a case of rookie jitters. Coach Roger is pounding on the bathroom door now while his team lines up to kick. The kick is a touchback and the Warplocks will start with the ball in the hands of a fast gutter runner. Oooo! Skaven Skreet, the one who may or may not have scored that touchdown last game, dependi