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|Marillion Fisch||#14|| |
*Hired Game 143*
Often overlooked in the glory listings in favour of his better paid brothers in uniform, Marillion is never-the-less a core member of the new Bayernhoff Bengal model. Showing immense agility from the early days of his training, utilizing it has become a key part of his game. A humble chap with a great sense of duty, never shirking when his official role as lineman dictates that frenzied chaos warrior could do with marking, actually, please.
With 5 CMVPs in just 11 games Marillion is making quite the name for himself. These things aren't expected of linemen but with his unique skill set providing him great versatility and being the most experienced player on the team, it's increasingly Herr Fisch's name plastered on the advertisement billboards (particularly since the recent demise of play-maker Maverick Constantine).
Game 166: Coach MVP vs Gamurri - Justified his pay with 2 touchdowns and a fantastic pass that secured the 4:0 victory against the hated chaos champions.
Game 185: Narrowly missed the coveted Coach MVP as his clumsy dodging didn't quite make up for the 3 spot on sacks on the ball carrier.
Game 186: Coach MVP vs Pain Investors - Played a cracking double team passing game with team-mate Maverick Constantine that saw the undoing of the ungainly orc team. Catching the long bomb and sprinting unopposed for the TD line Herr Fisch narrowly scooped the award off his passing partner who's disastrous fall at the same place at the end of the earlier half almost cost the Bengals the game.
Game 191: Coach MVP vs Punji Stakes - In an epic performance Marillion teeters along the back of the scoreline, dodging under the arms of the beastman to nail the much larger insanely agile ball carrier, knocking him out cold for the rest of the game. Utterly undaunted, he takes the hit flying into the crowd as the rest of the team complete one of the most epic touchdowns in Bengal history that would prove crucial in determining the game.
Game 195: Coach MVP vs Punji Stakes - Rematch against the brutal chaos side where Marillion gave another top class showing, his unshakeable attitude and wrestling techniques again overcoming the huge beastman ball carrier. Smashes the skull of a hulking warrior of chaos subsequently to sweeten the deal, retiring the clawPOMBer-to-be. However, speculation is rife that Marillion's heroic actions have earned him the attentions of a deamonic entity or two who is somewhat displeased with his continued existence...
Game 196: Coach MVP vs Spartak Woodland
Game 200: Coach MVP vs Hanson's Roughriders - Played another textbook Marillion 'Banzai' move in a game where the team stood little chance against the scaley bruisers and early mess ups.
Game 206: Coach MVP vs Wild Dragons
Game 208: Coach MVP vs Effronatus Destroyers
Game 212: Coach MVP vs Black Caimans
Game 213: Coach MVP vs Assipack
Game 214: Coach MVP vs Iammobbello
Game 216: Coach MVP vs Claw in - Claw out