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Post   Posted: Dec 14, 2020 - 16:50 Reply with quote Back to top

A report of great shock, brutality, and infamy. The Mountain has been killed.
Yes, you are right. The Strength 7, Block, superstar monstrosity. The player that gave The Forgotten Villains some menace and stability. Who after a recent flurry of matches, and an 8 year career, was seemingly on his way to legend (165 spps!).

A sorry death. After being a bit reckless with him for some matches in crowds of opposition coach Gary even had to use a long kept magic sponge on him in his previous match against BigPoppaben's Montgomery Mutations. If anyone was going to get the Mountain it would be one of this guy's Claw teams as they had also made him miss another match quite recently as they looked for those 2DB claw hits. So when facing his Nurgle side I was careful to make sure that wouldn't happen. The match wasn't going well but The Mountain had the better of a Rotspawn it seemed. But when it stood firm to his pushes it then bravely/recklessly responded with a 1DB block. Without block or claw... but it pow'd... and killed him! No regen. A titanic blow. A healing scroll was available for use but there was too damage for even such magic to be attempted. Fellow superstar "Mumm-ra the Everliving" later furiously tried to foul out the Rotspawn but could not kick it hard enough.

The Mountain had taken out star Treemen, Ogres, Trolls, Minos, Rotspawn, Werewolves, Orcs, Elves, Dwarfs, Lizards and even snotlings etc.. 70 casualties total. Although less than a cas per game average, he did make some dominating performances and often astonished opposing coaches.

The Mountain:

Last match:

Notable match v Wood Elves

Notable match v Orcs

Notable match v Nurgle

RIP The Mountain. Always a legend to the Forgotten Villains fans.

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