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Re: Nuns with balls

From: Allan Goodall <awg@s...>
Date: Sun, 28 Oct 2001 21:25:35 -0500
Subject: Re: Nuns with balls

On Sun, 28 Oct 2001 10:18:38 -0000, "Bif Smith"

>Ah, bloodbowl, probably the only good game to come from games crapshop.
>game I loved, due to going out and trying to kill the ref (well, I
>lost, but my goal was the number of casualties I could cause, not
>the game <G>).

It was an okay game. I remember playing someone who was doing a bunch of
games at a store. He took what he thought was a hot team. I had played
perhaps twice. I ended up whipping him with a Dwarf team that formed a
around the ball carrier. It seemed pretty hard to beat.

I thought _Space Hulk_ was a better game, though both had flaws. 

To pull this into something a little bit more on topic, I bought the Pig
Ticklers rules from GZG (originally from Eureka), and painted up the
lancers, ref, stokers, and steam pig. Our group had a good time with it.
game represents a military sport in a Victorian steampunk universe.
lancers on unicycles try to stick it to a steam driven pig, while
native "stokers" throwing hot coals! 

I'm planning to tweak it, as I found the tables had too many "nothing
happens" results. It's fun, though, and eminently tweakable. I'm trying
figue out how to use Penny Farthing riders in the same game, as an

Allan Goodall
Goodall's Grotto:

"Now, see, if you combine different colours of light,
 you get white! Try that with Play-Doh and you get
 brown! How come?" - Alan Moore & Kevin Nolan, 

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