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Blood Bowl Six Nations – Les Escargots Putrides (France/Nurgle)

Towards the end of last year I was invited to participate in a Rugby Six Nations themed Blood Bowl tournament.  For those of you who don’t know what the Six Nations are, it’s an annual Rugby Union competition featuring England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales that’s played in February and March.

It was determined that the following BB races would represent the teams:

  • England – Skaven
  • France – Chaos
  • Ireland – Orcs
  • Italy – Humans
  • Scotland – Dwarves
  • Wales – Elves

I drew France so I had the option of a basic Chaos or a Nurgle team and given my recent hobby track record, I went for the latter 🙂

And with one notable exception* here they are!

Nurgle 01 - Whole Team

Nurgle 04 - Pestigors Front

Nurgle 05 - Pestigors Side

Nurgle 06 - Pestigors Rear

Nurgle 02 - Bloaters Front

Nurgle 03 - Bloaters Rear

Nurgle 07- Rotters Front

Nurgle 08 - Rotters Side

Nurgle 09 - Rotters Rear

Nurgle 10 - Game Aids and Balls

*I’m sure you’ve noticed the absence of player number one.  I’m saving that for a Rotspawn, assuming that FW ever release it 😦

The tournament’s currently underway, the first two games have been played and the next are scheduled for the middle of March.  I’ll do a write-up once its over.

I also hope to persuade the other participants to share their teams here, watch this space!

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