It is not only man that can be corrupted and twisted by the taint of chaos. A
  long time ago, in the distant past some Dwarfs moved northwards into the Great Skull Lands and then south along the Mountains of Mourn. These
  explorers were undoubtedly the ancestors of the Chaos Dwarfs. The great influx of Chaos has since worked terrifying changes on their bodies
  and souls, turning them into evil, self-centered creatures. In one way, however, they haven't changed at all - Chaos Dwarfs still love playing Blood

  Chaos Dwarfs worship the great bull god - Hashut. Many believe he is a minor chaos power, others believe he is a corrupted Dwarven god.
  Whatever his origins, though, the Chaos Dwarfs are his favourite worshipers. The greatest blessing Hashut can bestow on his followers is the
  form of the bull as Dwarven bodies are twisted and ripped open to form the fearsome Bull Centaurs or to become a terrifying Minotaur, both of
  which are frequently seen on the Chaos Dwarf teams. It is not unknown for those Dwarfs or Minotaurs who appease Hashut to find themselves
  waking up with tentacles, extra arms or heads. This never happens to the Bull Centaurs, though, as Hashut considers this form already his
  ultimate blessing.

  As Chaos Dwarfs are not very numerous so they make use of Hobgoblin slaves to fill out their teams. These nasty creatures are taller than normal
  Goblins, with thin and sneaky features. Although Chaos Dwarfs don't really trust hobgoblins very much, having a sneaky, evil git in your team can
  come in handy for those plays which require a bit more dexterity and speed.

  Under the years of the NAF, Chaos Dwarf teams didn't feature in the league and they were often found in the minor competitions that were running
  throughout the Old World. However, with the collapse of the NAF, the Chaos Dwarfs took to the open style favourably and have come close to
  winning majors on a few occasions. A Chaos Dwarf team even made it into the Blood Bowl final a couple of years back! With Bull Centaurs and
  Minotaurs featuring more commonly on the teams, and with the dangerous mutations of the Chaos Dwarfs and the sneakiness of the
  Hobgoblins, the future is looking bright for those following Hashut.

  Team Roster

Qty   Title   Cost  
  Skills   Normal   Double
0-16   Hobgoblins   40,000  
  None   G   ASP
0-5   Chaos Dwarf
  Block, Tackle, Thick Skull   GS   APM
0-2   Bull Centaurs   130,000  
  Sprint, Sure Feet, Thick Skull   GS   AP
0-1   Minotaur   150,000  
  Loner, Frenzy, Horns, Mighty
Blow, Thick Skull, Wild
  S   GAPM

  0-8 Re-roll counters: 70,000 gold pieces each
  Official Star Players available for Inducement: Grashnak Blackhoof, Hthark the Unstoppable, Morg ‘n’ Thorg, Nobbla Blackwart, Rashnak   Backstabber, Zzharg Madeye

  Unofficial Star Players available for inducment: Jeffery Butcher, Crowbar Legbreak, Zakarth
  Click on star Player name to see more details on player

  Qty indicates the number of that position that you may have on your team. Double indicates the additional skill categories to those in the Normal   column available to choose a skill from on a double skill roll.
  For the Normal and Double column, G = General skills, A = Agility skills, S = Strength skills, P = Passing skills, and M = Mutation skills.



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