In the Old World, the dead and the damned do not rest easy. Werewolves prowl the dark forests
  waiting to strike out at a villager straying too far. Necromancers seek to escape their mortality by searching for forbidden knowledge within the
  pages of accursed books. Ghouls slink about the graveyards, their insatiable hunger for the flesh of the dead turning them into abominations
  against nature. Wights guard the tombs of those they served thousands of years ago, an eternal vigil in the darkness. And on the Blood Bowl pitch,
  players who died long ago return to the scenes of the their former glory and play Blood Bowl once again...

  While necromancy is outlawed everywhere in the Old World, the actual teams of the dead are a welcome sight to many Blood Bowl stadiums
  throughout the world. After all why pay to see old CabalVision footage of those greats when you can pop along and see them in the (rotten,
  decaying, worm infested) flesh! Undead teams are a haven for many of the damned as well as the dead, Werewolves and Ghouls are well known
  to take the pitch for the Undead to prey on some poor victim holding a pigskin. For many of the damned, the glory of the game is a way to escape   the curse they hold, while a Werewolf that hunts and kills a villager to eat will be stalked and killed, the Werewolf that kills on the Blood Bowl pitch
  will be showered in glory and praise.. Plus he gets a free meal!

  However, there's not a lot going for the average Undead players, they tend to be slow, they throw poorly and the skeletons are habitually carried off
  the pitch in batches of threes and fours while the zombies can often find themselves literally falling to pieces when the going gets tough. To make
  up for this many Necromancers have added Mummies, Flesh Golems and Wights to (ahem) flesh out the team. However, this hasn't always
  proven to be very effective as Mummies and Flesh Golems generally take so long to get kitted up that having more than two on the team means
  you have to arrive four days early and Werewolves tend to get distracted if playing with Skeletal players. Generally Undead teams are split into two
  types, those that have Weres and Flesh Golems, and those that have Mummies and Skeletons.

  Team Roster

Qty   Title   Cost  
  Skills   Normal   Double
0-16   Skeletons   40,000  
  Regeneration, Thick Skull   G   ASP
0-16   Zombies   40,000  
  Regeneration   G   ASP
0-4   Ghouls   70,000  
  Dodge   GA   SP
0-2   Wights   90,000  
  Block, Regeneration   GS   AP
0-2   Mummies   120,000  
  Mighty Blow, Regeneration   S   GAP

  0-8 Re-roll counters: 70,000 gold pieces each
  Official Star Players available for Inducement: Count Luthor von Drakenborg, Hack Enslash, Ramtut III, Setekh, J Earlice, Sinnebad

  Unofficial Star Players available for inducment: Frank 'N' Stein, Jeffery Butcher, Crowbar Legbreak
  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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Cyanide Intro Video

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