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Stimme
Last seen 15 hours ago
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Super Star
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27/12/18
Win Percentage
58%
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2023

2023-01-18 00:24:57
rating 5.9

2022

2022-05-08 11:53:11
rating 5.7

2021

2021-08-06 18:12:25
rating 5.4

2020

2020-05-29 16:34:52
rating 4.8
2020-03-15 13:53:14
rating 4.8
2020-02-28 16:36:45
rating 5.4

2019

2019-05-06 13:41:29
rating 6

2018

2018-06-14 22:14:10
rating 6

2016

2016-03-24 04:29:11
rating 5.3
2016-01-03 03:36:34
rating 5.9

2015

2015-05-30 05:17:37
rating 5.3
2015-04-11 06:47:10
rating 5.6
2015-02-01 19:08:13
rating 5.5

2014

2014-11-26 06:05:37
rating 5.6
2014-08-03 08:32:52
rating 5.9
2014-05-17 22:01:26
rating 4.8
2014-04-26 20:48:51
rating 5.7
2014-04-13 07:26:56
rating 6
2014-03-16 23:14:56
rating 5.7

2013

2013-10-30 22:51:09
rating 6
2016-01-03 03:36:34
42 votes, rating 5.9
Unhappy new year
Dear friends, dear Chaos Dwarf coaches,

it is with great sorrow that CTGFM announce the passing of another great Blood Bowl player. Yesterday, at the dawn of the new year 2516, Stick Steve ended both his life and career.

The beloved goblin, who became a super star under most difficult circumstances, died doing what he loved most - playing against an ultraviolent Orc team. His prophecy finally became true: Live by the Orc, die by the Orc, as he used to answer the questions of reporters who wondered why he wouldn't retreat to playing show matches against poorly coached Halfling teams, like so many other legends.

Breaking one record after the other, but never his trustworthy broom stick, Steve had become a role model for a whole generation of underdogs. Legions of towel boys and meat-on-a-stick vendors chanted his name and cheered for him, when he finally was announced the greatest goblin player alive.

Steve survived hundreds of his less fortunate team mates whose bodies literally paved his road to success (critics often pointed out that his private apothecary might have saved a decent number of them). More than 180 matches, in which he scored 750 SPPs, had left countless scars on his body. To his initial concussion, which nearly kept him from entering a career as a blood bowl player, a niggling injury and a significant loss of strength had been added. But even his most passionate fans agreed that one particular event had the most immense and lasting impact on his performance: the tragic passing of his best bud and team mate Groucho. A legend himself, troll Groucho provided the muscles to Steve's stick. Not a few think Steve could still be alive if Groucho had been there for him that horrible moment, when the apothecary could only confirm that the broom was not the only thing that snapped after the vicious Orc hit.

The team management of CTGFM officially announced that - to honor Stick Steve's memory - no other player will wear the #4 on his jersey in the near future and at the same time rejected allegations that this was only due to the lack of funding to hire a successor.

The greatest goblin player of all times leaves behind a wife and several sons. His family suggested to direct any donations to the newly founded Pan-Amorican Goblin Pension Fund, in the hope that any goblin player will survive long enough to benefit from it.

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Posted by grant85 on 2016-01-03 03:45:24
rated 6 for best dead gobbo write up!

well done alex
Posted by WhatBall on 2016-01-03 03:49:18
Rated 6 for that crazy shrine!
Posted by happygrue on 2016-01-03 04:00:05
Rated 6 for all of the above!
Posted by Jeffro on 2016-01-03 04:05:07
I am trying very hard to live by my motto to "Never Be Sorry For Killing a Player"...

If anything, I don't regret the blitz (as it was a nifty little move to get him). I do regret not chasing down and curb-stomping CTGFM's quack of an apothecary that basically only gave Coach Stimme the choice of two ways Stick Steve would die.

RIP, lil' buddy. The biggest piece.
Posted by Cavetroll on 2016-01-03 04:18:34
ha ha ha. RIP, Steve.
Posted by thoralf on 2016-01-03 04:21:16
Touching.

Let's hope there won't be 15 others Gobbo like him, otherwise CTGFM will have to think of another way to posthumely celebrate its legendary players.
Posted by Kryten on 2016-01-03 05:07:44
Steve!
Posted by harvestmouse on 2016-01-03 07:13:29
I was holding it together until I saw him in his coffin...(sniff).
Posted by bghandras on 2016-01-03 09:58:14
Awesome.
Posted by mubo on 2016-01-03 10:51:14
Sorry for your loss.
Posted by Badoek on 2016-01-03 12:55:38
/aah
Posted by PaddyMick on 2016-01-03 14:35:17
RIP. A true great of the game.
Posted by FRSHMN on 2016-01-03 17:26:44
He looks so young and innocent... Why him... OH WHY?!?!? ;(


Great way to honor your pixels though. :D
Posted by akaRenton on 2016-01-03 18:57:53
A true great, although on a slightly selfish level I@m glad he didn't pass Howie's TD tally :D
Posted by OTS on 2016-01-03 19:37:51
I was the lone spectator of that match and no way did I think an open casket would be possible. Truly bang up job by the mortician.
Posted by DarkOrk20 on 2016-01-04 08:03:55
Live hard and die free. RIP.