The mummy Ramtut, star player of the Champions of Death, already disgusted by what he perceives as the sad decline of the game since his days among the living, is further dismayed by the atmosphere surrounding the Dungeonbowl. Against all expectations, the sickeningly moral Bright Crusaders have reached this championship, and the overwhelmingly human audience is cheering a match promoted as a mythical clash between Good and Evil. But unknown to either team, a group of disaffected greenskin supporters have plans of their own for the outcome of the game.
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It's packed with your recommended daily intake of anarchic Blood Bowl mayhem, but with a distinctly horror-themed flavour (dungeons and mummies – totally counts).
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Can we get authors who care?
I mean, the stories are fine, but so many Blood Bowl e-books can’t even keep the continuity of characters’ names! And I am speaking of main characters! Is it Dirk Gallant or Guy Gallant? Arik Sternguard or Arik Sternright? It’s a short story at best, not a George R.R. Martin novel. If you’re writing for the paycheck, I get it. But care just enough for characters’ names. C’mon.