As you take the first steps to establishing your own championship-winning Blood Bowl franchise, there are a few things every new coach should know.
The Blood Bowl boxed-set is your ticket to the gridiron. With two complete teams and all the additional kit necessary to play (there's even a pitch!), it's hands-down the best way to get started. Below you'll find a great unboxing video with the game's designers and a photo-guide to the contents of the Blood Bowl game, essential resources for any aspiring coach.
Two blue plastic frames of push-fit Human players, with six miniatures on each frame as well as additional balls and tokens.
One side of the fold out pitch shows this well-tended, grass-covered playing field that could belong to any Human team.
In the stone-lined dugout of a Human team, the replacements wait for their turn to play while the injured and incapacitated await treatment… or burial.
A full set of blue Blood Bowl dice for the Human team, including 2x standard 6-sided dice, 3x 6-sided block dice, an 8-sided dice and a 16-sided dice, for all your randomising needs.
Two green plastic frames of push-fit Orc players, with six miniatures on each frame as well as additional balls and tokens.
One side of the fold-out pitch depicts an Orc team’s barren, dirt-covered pitch, carved into a section of dried river bed.
This mud-walled pit is where the Orc replacement players wait to join the game and where injured players are taken when removed from the pitch.
A full set of green Blood Bowl dice for the Orc team, including 2x standard 6-sided dice, 3x 6-sided block dice, an 8-sided dice and a 16-sided dice, for all your randomising needs.
The rulebook has everything you need to know about how to play a game of Blood Bowl, as well as handy assembly and painting guides for the players, and a short history of the greatest sport the Old World has ever seen.
These handy cards have all the stats for each type of player.
Anything can happen in a game of Blood Bowl, and this deck of cards is used to ensure that it does.
This deck of cards guarantees that no two games of Blood Bowl are ever the same, or ever boring.
The range ruler is used to determine how difficult a pass is to make.
When someone drops the ball, there’s no telling which way it will bounce… unless you have one of these handy templates.
Sometimes the ball, or other items from the stands, will need to be thrown onto the field. This template is used to determine where the projectile ends up. Also, it looks like a Blood Bowl helmet.
These decals include all the iconography needed to kit out the Reikland Reavers and the Gouged Eye, as well as more general-use numbers and labels that can be used on any team.