A day after I left Chicago, enough perspective to write it up… I have a theory that Blood Bowl doesn’t bring out the best in people. It brings out the most, the essential part of[…]
I woke a little hungover this morning from a couple of glasses of wine, and went off to play in the Chaos Cup. The format is four games on the Saturday, followed by two more[…]
Today I played in a Blood Bowl Sevens tournament in Chicago, the warm up to the main tournament happening tomorrow and Sunday. As the name suggests, Sevens plays with smaller teams – no more than[…]
Today I got up early and walked to thr inaugural New Scotland Blood Bowl tournament, stopping on the way to buy a doughnut and a cup of dreadful coffee from Tim Horton’s. The tournament was[…]
Today a parcel arrived at my parents’ house, containing the picture I’d commissioned from Pete Knifton, the original artist on Blood Bowl. It had taken a while to arrive, but it was just what I[…]
On Friday, my manager wished me safe travels, hoping I wouldn’t miss my flight because I was too busy playing Blood Bowl. Obviously, the first thing I did on waking this morning was to carefully[…]
I went to bed late last night, having had to cross town in a panic to get my dice from where I’d left them in the office. My dice. My super hot dice.
After work today I went over to Bellevue and met a school principal in the worryingly named MOX Boarding House, a gaming cafe. I’ve joined a tabletop Blood Bowl league in Northern Seattle, and this[…]