Why guard first? Because you want to hit with your Blitzers. Guard is the single best assist-giver in the game, and having it on hard-to-shift ST4 players is a godsend. So why the bit about "once one has block give them all block?
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Are you just starting to play? Try some of these: Make sure you have read the rules! With the current edition of the game being over 20 years old, a few people have learned to play it pretty well!
Learn from their experience: A treasure trove of old-skool BB goodness can be found at Midgardbb. Fumbbl coaches have played s of games, in a way that is not possible on tabletop.
Read their distilled wisdom on the racial breakdown page and tactics page. BBtactics is a treasure trove of Blood Bowl wisdom, as you would expect from the name! If you would rather watch or listen than read, then YouTube is your friend. Choose your favourite from the below, watch all of them, or just search YouTube for Blood Bowl! CKnoor streams a lot of Cyanide Blood Bowl, which people chat about in-game sann has done a few Fumbbl commentaries, including how to get started Kharkidevil streams BB among other games Ehlers has done some Fumbbl in his time The intriguingly named GNUOrderSA is worth a look You can see the live streamed tabletop games from Eurobowl X via Tom Pellecom TheSage has a load of good stuff As well as all that, people have also learned to make some amazing models and scenery, and paint them so they look nice!
Here are a few useful tutorials: Nazgob paints the 3rd Edition plastic orcs step by step in his Painting by numbers tutorial. If you want to illustrate a playbook, you can use a Blood Bowl play creator.
These are some of the best:.
Blood Bowl PlayBook :: Orcs