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Klazam



Joined: Aug 01, 2015

Post   Posted: Jan 20, 2019 - 22:23 Reply with quote Back to top

Hello all! Welcome to our special program!

While the draft is happening, we'll be inviting the LEGENDS of the NBFL to share this stage with us!

Who can name all of them? There must be a LOT of them, this is season 22 after all! Well, in fact, there actually aren't that many still playing, only FOURTEEN of them.

Well, without further ado- Let's talk about them!

We'll be discussing them in order of Star Player Points (A measure gifted to us by our sponsor, Bloodweiser, measuring relative experience and play-making ability.)

#14: R. Gradishar | Orc Blitzer | Destroyt Ork City | 176 SPP

Our newest legend, this Orc Blitzer walked on the team as a Undrafted Free Agent On the first day, and he has been playing ever since, finally becoming a legend against the Khleveland Khrowns. His highlight reel showcases him as a hard hitter, killing and maiming players left and right, which puts him in good company with the other two legends on his team. His rare talent of Piling On, is shared with a few others in this legend list.

#13: Jon "Brazilian Duck" Thompson | Slann Catcher | Green Ball Attackers | 183 SPP

This unassuming frog became a legend in season 21, coming from Oregon as a 31st pick, becoming a great playmaker, retrieving the ball, distributing the ball among teammates, and running it in himself. He has been a key player on the Green Ball Attackers' Super Bowl run last season, and he promises to be a key player in this season, attempting to secure the very first back to back Super Bowl win for the Green Ball Attackers.

#12 M.D. Punisher | Undead Mummy | Carolina Reapers | 192 SPP

This mummy is the third player on this show that became a legend in season 21. The fearsome Punisher has been around the league for a long time, hailing from Clemson. Giving Carolina some much needed veteran league experience, he serves as the anchor of Carolina's offense, along with the other Mummy. He was instrumental to taking down Krox Matthews, putting a ding in his armor and allowing his team to take home a hard fought draw against the Super Bowl winning Green Ball Attackers.

#11 Justin Conzemius | Pro Elf Catcher | Weaklington Frailskins | 208 SPP

Yet another newly risen legend in season 21, Justin hails from Minnhee, as a player who is excellent at both sides of the ball, with a bunch of blocks, and insane scoring ability. He fired off a three-touchdown game against the Foullas Foulboys, showing he is a threat to be reckoned with, and we look forward to what he'll accomplish in the future!

#10 Des Troy Hill | High Elf Catcher | Los Angeles Glams | 210 SPP

We finally come to a legend who has been legendary since before season 21. Des Troy has been a remarkably unelflike player, ever since walking on as a Undrafted Free Agent, living up to his name and racking up staggering casualty numbers, and ignoring the hard hits that slowed him down and making him less agile. He popped off a incredible 4 casualty game against the New York Deviants just last season, singlehandely breaking two superstar witch elves.

Let us take a commercial break to appreciate the draft picks made so far. Who are the top 9 legends in the NBFL? STAY TUNED!
robocoyote



Joined: Oct 19, 2010

Post   Posted: Jan 21, 2019 - 08:02 Reply with quote Back to top

Nice looks like Joe is closer to the top then bottom
Klazam



Joined: Aug 01, 2015

Post   Posted: Jan 21, 2019 - 19:26 Reply with quote Back to top

Good Morning! (And evening to our European brethren)

Welcome back to our LEGENDS of the NBFL programming. Today we'll be discussing LEGENDS #9 through #5!

Please come on up,

#9: Rhys Llyod | High Elf Catcher | Jakesonville Jortles | 220 SPP

Rhys is another legend elf hailing from Minnhee. He started his career as a one-turn specialist at Jakesonville, but has developed in a player who stays on the field to threaten the touchdown from anywhere with his astounding speed. Season 21 wasn't a great season for him, with only four touchdowns all season. Will this legend find his groove again in season 22?

#8: Toady Nelson | Slann Blitzer | Green Ball Attackers | 228 SPP

The myth, the frog, the LEGEND of the Green Ball Attackers! This ridiculous stat freak is the lynchpin of the Green Ball Attackers, forcing every opponents to always account for him as a sacking and hitting threat. One of the most amazing things about him? He was a Undrafted Free Agent! With this frog at the helm, and Jon "Brazilian Duck" Thompson at his back, it is little wonder Green Ball Attackers picked up the Super Bowl win in Season 21.

#7: Broadway Joe Bryant | Beastman | New York Wrecks | 233 SPP

Whoo boy, these legends just get crazier as we go on. This is BROADWAY JOE, the biggest show in New York. Hailing from Hawaii, this hard-hitting runner scored 12 touchdowns in Season 21. He runs fast, hits hard, and is incredibly agile. Some attribute this to the fact he has two heads, but hey, who are we to judge?

#6: Wilma Wildpuss | Pro Elf Blitzer | Weaklington Frailskins | 249 SPP

This legend elf is anything but frail! Hailing from Arizona, Wilma is capable of dealing out some serious carnage, including three casualties against the Baltimore Mavens just last season. Her skillset is truly unique for an elf, being muscular and capable of laying out devastating hits.

#5: Hendrik "Hi-C" Scott | High Elf Thrower | Los Angeles Glams | 261 SPP

Hendrik is at the core of the Glams' offense, being able to run and gun. He has phenomenal speed, undoubtedly from Western Illinois' training program. He put up numbers in nearly every game last season, and he promises to deliver far more next season!

It's time for another commercial break! Who are the TOP 4 active legends in the NBFL? Stay tuned to find out!


Last edited by Klazam on Jan 23, 2019 - 04:33; edited 1 time in total
FRSHMN



Joined: Feb 25, 2013

Post   Posted: Jan 22, 2019 - 22:12 Reply with quote Back to top

That's something that really makes me want to be a part of NBFL again. Great work!
razmus



Joined: Jun 23, 2017

Post   Posted: Jan 22, 2019 - 22:28 Reply with quote Back to top

(Hmm... Looks like the link for Rhys Lloyd goes to Toady Nelson. That's some froggy shadow there, overwhelming the elf.)

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Klazam



Joined: Aug 01, 2015

Post   Posted: Jan 22, 2019 - 22:40 Reply with quote Back to top

Oops, will fix that in a few hours
Jeffro



Joined: Jan 22, 2009

Post   Posted: Jan 23, 2019 - 00:08 Reply with quote Back to top

Rhys Lloyd and Justin Conzemious... graduates of the famed Mihn’eeSOH’tah Goblen Gogres. Truly as proud a franchise as there ever was in the NCBB.
Klazam



Joined: Aug 01, 2015

Post   Posted: Jan 23, 2019 - 05:33 Reply with quote Back to top

Good evening, ladies, gents, and trolls!

Welcome back to the LEGENDS of the NBFL, where we talk about phenomenal players all post long!

Tonight, we're inviting the BEST of the BEST, the TOP 4 LEGENDS playing in the NBFL today!

At number four...

#4: J. Fonoti | Orc Blitzer | Destroyt Ork City | 262 SPP

This Orc is an alumni of Hawaii, standing alongside fellow legend and alumni of Hawaii, Broadway Joe, and they share the same role on their respective teams. They both carry the ball and slam it down the field. Fonoti holds the distinction of being the number one active touchdown scorer and rusher in the NBFL. He turned in an astounding 16 touchdown season in the last season. Will he crush this number in his new division?

#3: Teresa "Aladdin Sane" Gervase | Necromantic Werewolf | Kaepsburg Kneelers | 274 SPP

Another speedy product of the Western Illinois NCBB program, Teresa is the most athletic legend on this list, with some serious legs on her. Her prowess in the scrum is sort of lacking, but considering she's able to run the length of the field with one touch of the ball, that makes her a real threat to be reckoned with no matter what. She turned in 13 blisteringly fast touchdowns last season!

#2: J. Anderson | Orc Blitzer | Destroyt Ork City | 331 SPP

The third legend standing in the Destroyt lineup, J. Anderson is an alum of Texas Christian University. Although he's second on this list, his penchant for carnage is second to none! Possessing no unusual athletic ability, this hard worker has cut a massive swath of causalities through the NBFL. The trio of Legends on the Destroyt Ork City team will be looking to take on one of the most skilled teams in NBFL history in their division, in a bid for the championship in Season 22.

AND THAT BRINGS US TO THE MOST LEGENDARY NBFL PLAYER AT NUMBER ONE!

WITH A STAGGERING AMOUNT OF SPPs AT 341, WE HAVE....

#1: Karst Hadl | Human Blitzer | San Dogo Chompers | 341 SPP

One of the oldest players, if not THE oldest, at 210 games played, we have Karst, who was a midseason walk-on. He distinguished himself as one of the premier hitters in the NBFL, with no unusual skills or rare abilities whatsoever, just good old fashioned piling on with mighty hits. Over his long career, he has lost the spring in his step, and lost some agility...

<A aide runs up on the stage, and whispers in the announcer's ear>

WHAT

<More whispering>

That's an outrage!

Okay, give me a second to gather myself here.

News has just come in. During this program, in the draft, San Dogo's legendary coach, Kryten has decided to cut Karst Hadl, in favor of a wet-behind-the-ears upcomer named, uh, let me check...

<Whisper>

Jared "Freighttrain" Hassin? Such a egostical name for such a nobody, hmph!

We will be watching his career closely, to see if his selection justifies the retirement of the ABSOLUTE TOP DOG OF THE NBFL!

That's all the time we have tonight, folks! Thanks for tuning in. Watch this channel, we'll be showcasing some departed LEGENDS in NBFL history throughout the season.
Klazam



Joined: Aug 01, 2015

Post   Posted: Jan 23, 2019 - 09:42 Reply with quote Back to top

Was kind of neat to see that minnhee, Western Ill, and Hawaii produced 2 legends each, with them being the same or nearly the same role for each pair from each school.

Minn: blodger catcher that racks up scores
Hawaii: hard hitting agile runners
Western Ill: +MA speedsters
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