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Champions

The champion coach has a game timing bordering on perfection. His positioning is impeccable and constantly seeks to cover a maximum of useful play space. He masters when to hold back his players and when to send them to the assault. Complex chain push sequences has no secrets for him. His team is the leanest meat possible with, sometimes, a modest candy that reflects his playing personality.

Yet, despite all these good qualities worthy of a champion, he still lacks this little something to sneak in among the best. Call it “instinct”, “creativity”, “connectivity” or “the touch”. Many coaches stagnate for a very long time at this level and, tragically, many will never manage to crack the code leading to Legendary coaching.

Legendary Secrets

We all know the drill. I will not mention the game's probabilities, skill choices, positioning, common sense and all these run-of-the-mill but very important Blood Bowl aspects. Here are some theoretical and philosophical leads to explore…
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Draws for Dummies

There are three kind of draws: the good, the bad and the boring. A good draw is when you coached your team out of the jaws of defeat. A bad draw is when a victory slipped from between your claws. A boring draw is when a game leaves you with…
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