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Cloggy
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Chaos Dwarf
[R]
Legend
Chaos Dwarf
Record
506/173/208
Win Percentage
67%
Chaos Dwarf
[B]
Legend
Chaos Dwarf
Record
29/12/9
Win Percentage
70%
Overall
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Star
Overall
Record
3384/880/1168
Win Percentage
70%
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2020

2020-06-29 11:46:53
rating 5.7

2017

2017-12-03 10:36:33
rating 5.4
2017-03-20 11:25:03
rating 6

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2015-09-09 12:16:35
rating 5.7
2015-08-21 12:48:09
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2015-02-17 22:38:55
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2014-05-13 17:18:21
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2013-12-20 02:22:26
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2013-08-24 03:59:38
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2013-04-17 08:49:44
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2013-03-04 17:17:03
rating 4.1

2012

2012-09-06 14:23:15
rating 5.5
2012-09-01 00:55:51
rating 4.5
2012-03-21 17:26:13
rating 5
2012-02-28 13:27:15
rating 5.5

2009

2009-02-19 08:42:02
rating 4.9

2008

2008-07-13 10:33:33
rating 4.9
2008-07-11 09:21:30
rating 5
2013-11-27 12:46:27
6 votes, rating 4.5
Record (well, just great it seems) run ended
I'm a complete sucker for silly meaningless records, and to have such a run ended is worthy of a short mention.

My Underworld Troll Andy Warhol recently did the unthinkable by surpassing the record for the longest streak without a single MVP held (to my knowledge) by the great and unforgettable Lutz Milch, whose record is amittedly still way cooler because of the 0 SPP thing and all the injuries.

Stil, we managed to make it through 74 games of Andy Warhol totally sucking and getting his just reward when disaster struck today. He was on fine form as usual, failing Really Stupid at important times and preventing only a single elf dodge all game. Somehow it seems the committee responsible for awarding the MVP's felt such a crap player didn't deserve to hold any record, but rather should even come second in a "worst player" contest and gave him one just out of spite.

Will the MVP give Andy to confidence to finally start earning his keep, or will losing the only thing that made him great send him into yet unexplored depths? The Velvet Underworld coaching staff eagerly awaits the next couple of games, perhaps if only out of morbid curiosity.

Edit: so it wasn't even a record. That fits his life story even better :D
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Posted by Kelkka on 2013-11-27 13:20:32
This wolf went 83 games w/o mvp apparently.
https://fumbbl.com/p/player?player_id=9075988
Posted by the_Sage on 2013-11-27 14:56:07
That may be, but the wolf is dead! So he's still the gone-longest-before-getting-his-first-MVP-but-still-alive-player.
Posted by Mihme on 2013-11-27 15:52:32
Actualy that wolf is very much alive still :)