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    Newbie questions about bloodbowl one and two

    Hello, I never played this game (actually I did play the board version 20 years ago :-) but unfortunately it was just before my rave party stage so I just remember the box. I probably chewed the cardboard figurines soon after).

    A friend of mine does play this game extensively. He is an old chessgame partner and I really trust his judgment. If he likes this game there must be something.
    I saw some let's play, have read some stuff and I thought it looks fun. And my doctor said I need to practice a sport.

    But besides the fact that I'm not rich enough to buy a game just for the joy of lining it up on a shelf I really start to wonder if it is worth buying it now, just when the second edition is about to come.
    Btw when is it supposed to be out exactly ?
    Do you think it will immediatly make the first edition obsolete or will the fans continue with the first for a while ?
    Last edited by Tevildo; 26-09-2014 at 06:28 PM.

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    Blood Bowl's on sale (Steam etc) for ~5 pretty often, I'd wait for that. BB2 is the same game but with better graphics and a smaller selection of teams, so I don't see us moving to that for quite a while (until the race selection is better).

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    I see... And they will probably enlarge this selection will various dlc.

    Thanks for the advice. I will try to get BB for a cheap price, then.

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    If you would like to get an impression of the game before buying, you could also try FUMBBL, which is a web-based client version of Blood Bowl. FUMBBL has a more complete implementation of the game rules, all the races and Star Players (not all inducement options of the board game but still more than Cyanide's version) and gives - in my eyes - a better view of the pitch. It's also easy to quickly find games, something which might be regarded as a weak spot of RPS Blood Bowl - we usually don't manage to get in more than one game per league per 10 days on a regular basis. That's cool for running week-to-week leagues but it makes the learning progress quite slow (and given the wild mix of TV in the leagues sometimes also pretty daunting).
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    That's even better ! Thx Squiz !

    EDIT : About the pitch, I understand you have a more global view, but it somehow feels less natural. It reminds me chess and the difference between seing the board in 3D or on a book or a web site.
    Last edited by Tevildo; 29-09-2014 at 06:57 PM.

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