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-Erengrad Vikings-
P [L] Erengrad Vikings

Location: Erengrad
Nickname: Erengrad Luckers
Stadium: The Low City Compound
Surface: Grass and Bricks

Colors: Yellow and blue
Sponsor: The Cannoneers' Guild
Nemesis: Bilbali Rangers and Grenzburg Greenskins


A hard playing team from SHC North. Has one of the top 5 best win ratios in the league, but has never been in a conference final.


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Erengrad Vikings has been part of DLE since it's inception. During season 1 they had a coach that then left, and main coach since then has been Spelledaren.

Plays in Sigmar Heldenhammer Conference, North Division.
Divison rivals are:
Carroburg Crimson Cascade. Coached by ttorvatn.
Praag Grizzlies. Coached by AutoAxpert, earlier coach sonrises.
Wolfenburg Wolfskins. Currently coached by ChrisRatbane, earlier coaches Laskas and Danish_Dan.

Season 2:
Division winner. Beaten out by Kemperbad Knights in first play off game. Knights went on to win the Super bowl.

Season 3:
Division winner. Cascade also made play off as a wild card. Beaten out by... Kemperbad Knights.

Season 4:
19 points ends up being not enough, as Vikings lose the play off spot on conference percentage to...Kemperbad Knights. New division coach Laskas takes Wolfskins to play off.

Season 5:
An almost magical season, where Vikings weighed in as one of the top teams in the tournament. Only 1 loss in the regular season was still not enough for division victory and a bye, as Laskas took Wolfskins to an undefeated run. Lost first play off game vs Buccaneers despite being heavily ahead in TW.

Season 6:
Vikings suffer several losses, and all but one of the old guard leave the team. Final score is 17 points, Vikings' lowest score so far. Praag Grizzlies rise to power and make it all the way to Super Bowl.

Season 7:
Division winner. Vikings use skilling and the draft to load up on Dodge, having no less than 9 blodge players available a short while into the season. It ends up being the most successful season yet, despite not having any mega stars. 11 victories and 24 points ends up being just not enough again, as the bye is lost to Rangers on head to head in the final game of the season. Play off saw Vikings take out Avalanche, and then fall to Rangers, barely. Grizzlies had a horrible season where several stars were maimed and killed.

Past stars

Franchise player Eric Kendricks
Never reached star status of SPP, ending at 33 after 27 games, but was instrumental in many games, with superb sacking skills.

Ogre Cyrus Kouandijo
Came as a first round pick of the first draft, bringing ST6 Guard to help focus the team. Played 69 games and behaved like a true star, but never learned Block. Scored a TD once after catching a desperate pass and running for it.

Zach Fulton
Zach started as a lineman with +ST and played 40 games with Vikings before being traded to Thunder. He brought an edge that helped us win the division twice, and the trade got us both Parker and Lipican, almost.

Stephen Hill
Hill is the most successful star of the Vikings to date, gaining 147 spp in our uniform, scoring 40 touchdowns. His career was ended by Grizzlies when he daringly went ahead without protection to try and bring in another TD. He is seldom seen at Vikings games these days, maybe due to the rumours about him and coach spelledaren never really getting along after season 3.

Robert Griffin III
Griffin was a gamble that paid off. Traded in from White Wolves with busted armour and no block, his life on the field wasn't expected to last long. He played 36 games and was the brighest shining star through those games. He gained 93 spp, and made game deciding plays on many occasions. In season 4 he was a top runner and passer in the league, and he singlehandedly brought a victory against Patriots when he brought down Bortles in a daring blitz. Career also ended by Grizzlies.

Juqua Parker
Vikings traded for a killer at mid season 4, and he turned out to be the most vicious killer one could have asked for. Coming from Avalanche he already had all the skills needed to maim, and he went on to produce 12 casualties in that half season. He continued this path in season 5, finally being sold after season 6 with 33 cas for the Vikings. He now plays for Sluggers, where he went to play off in season 7. His current cas total for all teams, as of August, is 66 - impressive!

Cornelius Washington
Unlike the many others on this list who have been 1st or 2nd round picks, Cornelius was chosen next to last in draft 5. He played far beyond expectations, making star quality plays on several occasions. He grew into the kind of blitzer that makes a team strong. In season 7 he was killed and saved twice, but finally not saved when his strength was broken vs Rangers.

Christine Michael
Christine was also a 4th round pick from draft 5, and another one that shined. Her speed gave her a chance to score, and she ended up being the best non-catcher scorer of the Vikings ever with 10 touchdowns over 47 games. When her speed was reduced she learned mighty blow and became a main hitter for a while. She was sold in exchange for Dominic Toretto (plus a 1st) before season 8, and now plays for the Knights, where she has made a solid debut.

David Brown
Brown joined the team from the pick gained on selling Parker. He played 52 games and always added great value. The team now lacks his frenzy, which was very good on AG4 and dodge. His strength was broken right at the start of season 8. He was one of few Vikings with a DA medal, a silver one.

Clayton Geathers
Another 4th round blitzer, joined the team in draft 6 and soon became an important part. Had the brightest time in season 7, dominating the blocking game for Vikings many times. Taylor of Patriots ended the career.

IK Enemkpali
A season 1 player from the first draft, IK has played the most games of any Vikings player. He passed 100 games in the uniform by season 8, and is the top fouler in DLE history. There was an outrage when he was traded away as part of a deal to bring on Joe Doe, a super star from Remas Eagles. Some say IK was valued too low. He still carries "Viking" on his back in the new team, and will hopefully live on as a DLE legendary player.

Kayvon Webster
Kayvon was traded in before season 6 from the 49ers, and turned out to be a very valuable asset. In season 7 he was a solid player who helped the team bring in 24 points, his dauntless skill giving us some surprising knock downs and opening up holes. He is the first star of the Vikings to die on the pitch, he had just picked up the ball and was going to dodge away and hand it over for 2-0 vs Cascade when he fell over and didn't get up again. His loss is mourned, and also remembered for being the same game where Nadja K├╝mmel of Cascade died in a similar manner.

Honourable mention:
Sully Johnson
Sully was the best rookie ever hired by the Vikings. He played one shining, brilliant season 2, and was then killed at the very end. 46 spp in 19 games, he was everything you can hope for in a growing star.

*** Did you know...

Matt McCants was a valuable Viking for more than 60 games. When he was let go due to injury and chance to pick up a Block ogre as free agent, he joined the coaching staff of the Grizzlies, reportedly stealing the Vikings' playbook as he went. Grizzlies made it to Super Bowl soon after that...

..That Kayvon Webster is the first player to amass star status SPP while playing for Vikings and to die on the pitch? He dodged while holding the ball and couldn't get up again...

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Progression: Standard
# Name Position Ma St Ag Av Skills Inj G Cp Td It Cs vp Sp Cost  
1 Arie Kouandjio1Ogre5528Mighty Blow, Thick Skull, Bone-head, Loner, Throw Team-Mate, Block, Guard, Stand Firm-av2900185430k (0+70k) 
2 Stipe Lipican2Thrower6438Sure Hands, Pass, Block, Accurate, Leader, Tackle, +ST 693190119125+470k (0+130k) 
3 Maertin Douglas1Lineman6338Block 100001170k (0+20k) 
4 Joe Doe2Blitzer6449Block, +AV, +ST, +AG, Guard, Mighty Blow-ma30301011+1010k (0+160k) 
5 B.J. Dubose2Lineman4448Block, Mighty Blow, +AG, +ST-ma, -ma3000102+530k (0+140k) 
6 Mark Sztyndera3Lineman6337Guard-av3000000+150k (0+30k) 
7 Corey Fuller2Catcher9236Catch, Dodge, +MA, Sprint, Sure Feet, Side Step-av340501017+520k (0+90k) 
8 Amanda Locos7Lineman6338  20000000k (0+0k) 
9 Rhett Ellison4Lineman6338Block, Nerves Of Steel, Catch, Dodge, Fend 12000000+850k (0+130k) 
10 Mannert Mannheim1Thrower6338Sure Hands, Pass 10000000k (0+0k) 
11 Harry Bellower4Blitzer5337Block, Mighty Blow, Guard, Piling On, Tackle, Jump Up-ma, -ma, -av1000010020+740k (0+110k) 
12 Aline Danford5Lineman6338Block 61100190k (0+20k) 
13 Simon Baker1Catcher8237Catch, Dodge, Wrestle, Strip Ball, Dauntless, Side Step 100100030k (0+80k) 
14 Jerome Cherry6Lineman6338Dirty Player 3000000+100k (0+20k) 
15 Josef Alimnes3Blitzer7338Block, Guard 31000160k (0+20k) 
16 Dominic Toretto1Blitzer7437Block, +ST, Sure Hands, Dodge, Mighty Blow, Tackle-av111404021+900k (0+140k) 
16 players  
Coach: spelledaren Re-Rolls (100k): 3  
Race: Erengrad Vikings Fan Factor: 11  
Team Value: 1470k Assistant Coaches: 0  
Treasury: 12830000 Cheerleaders: 0  
Tournament Weight: 1470k Apothecary: Yes  

Games Played:105 (50/30/25) |TD Diff:49 (183 - 134) |Cas Diff:-73 (133/73/29 - 175/112/21)
Last Opponent: -Praag Grizzlies-