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Recruiting: Throne of Blood Season II metagame


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Greetings stunty coaches everywhere!

After a first season with 72 stunty teams playing at least one game (and 58 scoring at least one kill), the second season started at midnight on May 1st and runs for the duration of the month.

Background

We all come to the game with our own goals, our own dreams, and our own aspirations. For some it’s the friendly banter of a tight-knit league, and for others the knife’s edge of competitive play in the Blackbox or the majors.

And then there’s the coaches who prefer stunties. Life for the stunty coach flows at a different pace than for those who run with elves or bash with the Undead. We relish in the simple pleasures of landing a thrown team-mate for a game-changing touchdown as much as we cheer when our big guys smash a hapless lineman into a pool of gore on the line of scrimmage.

Death is ever present for the stunty coach. We smell it when we take to the pitch, see it in the gleaming eyes of a charging opponent blitzer, and hear the sickening crunch of stunty bones breaking. It is our curse, but also our blessing.

But if Nuffle gave the stunty players paper-thin armor to protect them on the field, he also gave them the determination to fight back, the ferocity to punch above their weight, and the mobility to swarm around immobilized opponents for vicious, head-splitting gang fouls. Many a coach has seen their fully grown players taken off the field one by one by a determined stunty team—in body bags or on stretchers—and walked away in abject horror, having won the game but lost their team.

For some, the trophy hunting takes on a life of its own. We seek out the strongest, most experienced players facing us and target them for elimination. On good days we bring a cadre of dedicated foulers who know every dirty trick in the book. Our big guys hone their blocking skills to perfection to lay waste to the line of scrimmage after the obligatory touchdowns scored by our opponents, and the crowd cheers as they water the grass with bright red blood.

The competition

TOB is a meta-group open to the traditional stunty teams (Ogres, Goblins, and Halflings) and Underworld teams that have never rostered a Skaven player from Ranked, Box, and League. Each season runs for one month, and teams collect points for every opponent player that is dead at the end of the game. The fans don’t care if it’s a wardancer leaping to his death, a mummy failing a dodge, or even a thrown rock from an enraged audience member, they all count. At the end of the season, prizes will be given to the highest scoring teams, and the greatest of them all will ascend the fabled Throne of Blood.

Scoring, updated as of season II

Every opponent death during the season is scored as follows: Score = ST * ST + SppCategory * SppCategory + Bonus.

SppCategory follows the progression from Rookie to Legend as (0,1,2,4,6,8,10).

Bonus points are given for Draws (+1) and Wins (+2).

The season score is the sum of the highest scoring opponent deaths during the season, but only counting one death per opponent roster. For example, if you've killed a Star Wardancer (9+36 points) and a rookie Wood Elf Treeman (36+0 points), only the Wardancer counts towards the season total.

Dwarfs count double.

Side bets for having the highest score in your race or division. Awards for the most kills in a single game, for the most kills during the season, for the longest kill streak (consecutive games with at least a single kill), and for the most valuable kill of the season.

During the season the leaderboard for the metagroup will be updated through PM's. Contestants are encouraged to chat about their stunty feats of brutality in the metagame Discord channel.

Scoring is automated by a Java program. If you find something that doesn’t look right, please alert the group administrator.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do foul kills count?
Yes.

Do deaths from tripping / failed dodges / failed leaps count?
Yes.

Do deaths from rocks thrown by the crowd count?
Yes.

Do deaths of players count if the player regenerated after the fact?
No.

Do chaos dwarfs count double?
The actual chaos dwarfs do. Hobgoblins, bull centaurs, and minotaurs do not.

Do dwarf star players count double?
Barik Farblast, Boomer Eziasson, Flint Churnblade, Grim Ironjaw, and Zzharg Madeye all count double.

Is "ST" in the formula above the base strength or the strength after +ST or -ST modifiers have been applied?
It's strength after modifiers have been applied.

Why did the scoring rules change in season II?
To make the game more fun and emphasize the high value target kill over winning games. All kills still count towards the "tallest stack" award, but the singular scoring kill per roster rewards playing all kinds of opponents.

If I killed Morg when he was playing both for a Halfling team and for a Human team, does he count for both of those rosters (assuming he was the highest valued player?)
Star players count as having a separate roster called "Star Player", so only one of those kills will count.

Can my stunty unofficial team join the group?
Initially we're sticking with the four rosters listed above.

This is terrible! You're reveling in other coaches' misfortunes! It's unsportsmanlike, malicious, and encourages bad styles of play!
That's not a question.

Is the name of the group a film reference?
Yes.

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Posted by Midas_Touch on 2020-05-01 17:04:39
Seriously if there is one group you want to join on fumbbl its this one, so much fun and you just play as usual but using stunties.
Posted by Bluegill87 on 2020-05-01 22:24:09
We have cake too!!

Well not really, but do bring some if you like!