|Quick Fynn||#7|| |
*Hired Game 119*
The only remaining player to have taken to the field alongside the legendary Max Schmerz. Fynn has held together a determined core to further the slow rebuilding process of the team, reluctantly taking the responsibilities of the captain's armband. Once immature and mischievous in the extreme, time and duty have calmed his bright soul to a degree...though when the topic of switching captaincy to newly distinguished blitzer Dieter Macht was broached, that old shark-toothed grin has rarely left the receiver's face...
At 60+ games, Fynn is the 4th longest serving player with the Bengals, though time has taken it's toll on this exuberant jokestar. Suffering a smashed ankle in game 174 certainly hasn't helped matters and while he makes all the right moves a certain spark has left his A-game. After the team's most recent hiatus and a break from the game however, that could be about to change.
Game 185 Fynn took another dent to his speed as a viscous foul from human side Blckbox SWAT broke his other ankle. Sadly this was an injury too far and the decision was made to cut him from the team. Upon hearing the news Fynn's weak protestations gave way to a calm, as if a weight had been lifted from his shoulders.
The Bengals salute farewell to a solid player, the first star in some time to retire with his life and the last to still remember playing behind Max Schmerz's leadership.
Game 124: Coach MVP vs Rimti Vyrai
Game 134: Coach MVP vs Memes' Madness - After a shocking end of half display of blocking that was all but set to thwart the Bengals' chance of a TD, Fynn put his game face on. Rolling through the crowd of dorfs to snatch up the marked ball, dodging once more to make the hand off to team mate (4,4,3) Klaus Cruger (joint MVP) who miraculously made the subsequent catch and dodge to put our brave boys into the lead.
Game 142: Coach MVP vs Demolition Crew - Fynn really showed his worth forming a tag team with Captain Max to close down *3* chaos offences, allowing the team to score in each. Ducking, diving and weaving, Fynn stood dauntless against minotaur and beastman alike, refusing to hit the dirt.
Game 148: Coach MVP vs Dwarven Slayers
Game 155: Coach MVP vs Micro-economics