Blood Bowl remember .pdf
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Bloodbowl Important Things : During and After the Match
If the players’ strengths are EQUAL, one dice is rolled.
If one player is STRONGER, two dice are rolled and the stronger player may
choose which one is used.
If one player is MORE THAN TWICE AS STRONG, three dice are rolled and
the stronger player may choose which is used.
** Remember that assisting player give +1 Strenght.
Bloodbowl Important Things : Before the Match and Kick-Off
Sequence of Play
Kick-Off and Set-Up
1. The kicking team always sets up first.
2. No more than two players may be set up in
each wide zone (i.e., a maximum of four players
may be split wide, two on each flank).
3. At least three players must be set up next to
the half way line, on the line of scrimmage.
After both teams have set up, the coach of the
kicking team places the ball in any square in the
opponent’s half of the pitch, including the
opponent’s End Zone if he likes. The ball will
then scatter in a random direction. Using the
Scatter template, roll the eight-sided dice once
for the direction of scatter, and then roll a D6 to
see how many squares the ball will go.
The number supporting one team compared to the other can have a
big effect on the outcome of the game. To determine how many fans
turn up to support your team, roll 2D6 and add your Fan Factor to the
total. Multiply the score by 1,000 to find the number of fans that have
turned up to support your team.
To represent the effect the fans have on a match, each team has a
Fan Advantage ModifiEr (abbreviated to FAME) that can affect some
of the results on the Kick-Off table and your winnings in the Postgame. If the roll for the gate means that your team is being supported
by an equal number or fewer fans than the opposition, then your
FAME for the match is zero. If you have more fans attending the
match than your opponent, your FAME is +1 for the match. In the
exceptional case that your team has drawn in twice as many or more
fans than your opponent, your FAME for the match will be +2 instead.